By Mark Andrews
China Automotive Review.
On March 1, the Aion S went on pre-sale with both prices and the interior revealed. Yet while it provided some answers it almost created as many new questions.
Compared to fellow state-owned OEMs BAIC and SAIC there is no denying that GAC is behind when it comes to new energy vehicles (NEVs) but it has very publicly linked its future to them. In 2017 it created GAC New Energy (GAC NE) with a mission to become a world class electric car maker over the next three to five years.
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