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Geely recently revealed a set of photos of its all-new all-electric sedan model code-named GE11. As the automaker's first BEV model targeting global market, the new model is expected to go on sale in the first quarter this year. According to the published photos, the GE11 adopts a trendy closed-off grille, which is typically used for all-electric models. Both high beam and dipped headlights are integrated into headlamps. The sleek LED daytime running lights coupled with three paralleled light bars look quite futuristic. Besides, on the hood is a protruding U-shaped line that is able to lower the air resistance by directing air to both sides of the vehicle body, therefore elevate the battery range.
On the evening of December 6, Geely announced its November sales report. According to the report, Geely's sales in November totaled 141,661 vehicles, which further narrowed to 0.3% year-on-year growth and increased by about 10% year-on-year. Combined with previous data, Geely's cumulative sales in January-November 2018 reached 1,407,505 vehicles, an increase of 29% over the same period last year, and 89% of its annual sales target of 1.58 million vehicles in 2018. Specifically, Geely Imperial's sales in November were still more than 20,000 vehicles, reaching 20,514 vehicles, a slight increase compared with the previous month, but showed a 25.9% decline year-on-year, a further increase compared with the previous month. The cumulative sales in the first 11 months were 231,783 vehicles, a 3% decline compared with the same period last year. Since the launch of the market, Geely Imperial's monthly sales are basically at the level of about 20,000 vehicles, which has been tested by the market. Although in recent months, affected by fluctuations in the overall car market and other aspects, Geely Imperial's performance has declined year on year, it is still commendable compared with other similar models. In October, Geely Imperial's top 10 car sales in the car market are still commendable. Imperial heroes are still on the list. Geely's brand-new vision for another sedan also showed a year-on-year decline in November, but even so, given its good performance in the previous month, especially its sales of more than 20,000 cars in January, the cumulative sales of the car in the first 11 months still reached 140,131, up 7% from the same period last year. When the cumulative sales of Dihao, Boyue and other vehicles declined, it was already good to be able to achieve such a performance. As an excellent supplier of automotive parts in China, Chongqing Feilong Jiangli hopes to cooperate with Geely to develop competitive products, develop new products in the field of new energy vehicles in line with industry trends, and provide better services to consumers.