Geely to launch new cars as sales recover

Automaker says order backlog will also be dealt with as it seeks to boost second-quarter performance

by Nadeem Xu
Geely to launch new cars as sales recover
Geely says April sales showed the company is on the road to recovery. Photo: Geely

(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.

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