Chery Scheduled to Present at 2024 Beijing Auto Show with Emphasis on Ecological Themes

Matt Brand
April 9, 2024
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Chery has announced its attendance at the Beijing Auto Show, taking place from April 25th to 30th, 2024, where it will also hold its annual Global Dealer Conference.

The focus for this year’s participation is themed "New Eco," aimed at highlighting Chery’s initiatives in ecological and environmental protection.

The company’s approach involves developing a user-centric ecosystem intended to support more environmentally friendly, intelligent, and enjoyable travel options for its customers globally.

Part of Chery’s strategy includes a dedication to sustainability, evident in its approach to design, manufacturing, and the solutions it offers, all geared towards minimising carbon emissions.

In line with advancements in technology, Chery’s product development efforts are aligned with the adoption of electric vehicles and the integration of smart, interconnected transportation systems.

The company is working on enhancing user experience through features that simplify the process of using its vehicles, including booking, pickup, driving, and vehicle return functionalities.

Chery is also focused on establishing a green industry chain that spans procurement, design, production, and consumption, with an emphasis on pollution prevention, energy efficiency, and clean production practices.

The company identifies energy saving and emission reduction as key aspects of its commitment to fostering a low carbon economy.

To further these goals, Chery is leveraging industrial internet platforms to develop what it describes as intelligent connected "super factories."

These facilities are characterised by their use of green manufacturing techniques and digital technologies, aiming for efficient, high-quality production that adheres to environmental protection standards.

Furthermore, Chery is exploring developments in green and intelligent transportation, with a focus on technologies that support intelligent autonomous driving and new energy vehicles. This includes efforts to advance the development of new energy technologies and products.

Matt Brand
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