GWM to make its India debut at Auto Expo 2020 – Welcome to India!
Great Wall Motor Co Ltd (GWM), China’s largest SUV manufacturer, today announced that it will make its debut in India on 5th February 2020, at the Auto Expo 2020 in Greater Noida, which will be its brand premier in India along with announcement of its India plans.
At the Auto Expo – The Motor Show 2020, GWM will undertake the global premier of Haval Concept H and the Indian debut of Concept vehicle Vision 2025. Apart from this GWM will also showcase its excellence and strength in automotive technology with its range of Haval SUVs, GWM EV products, and innovations in the area of intelligent safety, connectivity and advanced autonomous systems. The GWM brand is built on the philosophy of innovation, sustainability & smart mobility. Haval is an automotive marque owned by GWM that specializes in full range of SUV’s.
GWM has made strides in setting the grounds for its exhilarating entry in India by signing an agreement to acquire the General Motor India’s Talegaon factory on January 17, 2020. This is a significant step forward for GWM and reinforces the commitment of the brand for Indian market.
Since 1997, GWM has continuously accelerated global market expansion along with its brand awareness and international reputation. At present, GWM has sales network in more than 60 countries and regions with the support of five regional marketing centers in Russia, Australia, South Africa, South America, and the Middle East.
About Great Wall Motor
Founded in 1984, GWM is the largest SUV manufacturer in China. Currently, it owns Haval, Great Wall EV and Great Wall Pickup brands. The products cover traditional fuel-powered, pure electric, hybrid and other new energy models, and now GWM is actively developing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. At present, GWM has more than 70 holding subsidiaries worldwide and employs nearly 70,000 people. It has R&D centers in China, India, the United States, Germany, Japan, South Korea, and Austria. GWM has formed a “9 +5” global production system, including 9 manufacturing facilities and 5 KD plants.