China News Agency, Bangkok, December 4 (Reporter Wang Guoan) At the 39th Thailand International Auto Show being held in Bangkok, Chinese brand new energy vehicles have become a "landscape" and attracted the attention of the audience.
A total of 35 automobile brands from 10 countries, 17 motorcycle brands from 8 countries and many auto parts manufacturers participated in this auto show.
Among them, the participating Chinese car brands are basically electric vehicles or hybrid models.
Great Wall Motors unveiled seven models at the auto show, including the production version of the SUV Tank 500 HEV and the Euler Lightning Cat.
At the same time, taking advantage of the auto show, Great Wall Motors held the 2022 Overseas Dealers Conference in Thailand. More than 200 overseas dealers from more than 50 countries and regions around the world gathered at the Great Wall booth.
Zhang Jiaming, President of Great Wall Motors ASEAN Region, said that Great Wall Motors has always adhered to the new energy leading brand positioning, adhered to the differentiation strategy, and continued to bring high-quality products and services, new experiences and cutting-edge technologies to Thai consumers.
In the past two years since the establishment of the factory in Thailand, Great Wall has launched a total of 5 new energy models and has more than 13,000 users.
BYD also brought 7 models headed by Yuan PLUS to participate in the exhibition, showing its rich and diverse product matrix and profound innovative technology to Thai consumers.
In September this year, BYD signed a land purchase agreement with relevant parties in Thailand and announced the construction of BYD's first overseas passenger car factory in Thailand.
A total of 9 models of the MG brand of SAIC Motor participated in the exhibition.
As a brand that has been deeply involved in the Thai market for many years, MG ranked among the top ten mainstream auto brands in Thailand last year.
In addition, Nezha Automobile and Punk Automobile also appeared at the auto show, showing their new energy vehicles.
Thailand is an important automobile production and export base in Southeast Asia, and its annual international auto show is becoming more and more influential.
The country is vigorously promoting the development of the new energy vehicle industry, and has set a target that electric vehicle production will account for at least 30% of the country's vehicle production by 2030.
The auto show will last until December 12th.
The organizers expect that the auto show will attract more than 1 million visitors.