Automaker says order backlog will also be dealt with as it seeks to boost second-quarter performance
by Nadeem Xu
(ATF) Geely Auto will launch more new cars as the manufacturer emerges from the coronavirus fallout, company president An Conghui said, adding that the delivery of pent-up orders will also contribute to the company's market performance in May and the second quarter.
The carmaker said its sold 105,500 vehicles in April, soaring 44 % from the previous month. Year on year, its sales volume edged up 2% in April, according to the company.
Geely sold 311,500 cars in the first four months, completing 22% of its annual sales target.
The firm said it has further promoted the upgrade of its product structure, boasting a 7.2% market share in the first quarter.