China EV Daily (Sep 14): Nio tests dealership model for Alps, Geely in talks for Indonesia factory, Changan starts pre-sale of new sedan with 1,200km range

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[Nio] On September 14, according to LatePost, in the first half of this year, Nio proactively approached a leading domestic dealership group to conduct some “experiments” to explore the dealership model for its sub-brand, Alps. Insiders mentioned that Nio plans to hand over the after-sales service and delivery centers for Alps to national dealership groups. Still, the commercial stores will remain directly operated by Nio. Alps is Nio’s sub-brand, expected to launch its first electric sedan in 2024. — LatePost

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[Geely] Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, stated that the Indonesian government hopes to attract Geely to build an electric vehicle factory in Indonesia. Luhut revealed that the government has offered to Geely to supply nickel ore, a crucial raw material for electric vehicle batteries. Geely has shown “great interest” in establishing a factory in Indonesia. Luhut also mentioned that Indonesian President Joko Widodo supports this plan. — Jiemian

[Changan] On September 14, Changan started the pre-sale for its new Qiyuan A07 sedan. Priced at a starting 21,700 USD, the sedan is making headlines for its impressive, comprehensive range of 1,200 km. Changan aims to set a new standard for range and affordability in the electric vehicle market. — CarNewsChina

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[Livan] On September 14, Livan announced the upcoming market release of its new model, the Livan 7, set for September 21. The vehicle is currently available for pre-sales, boasting a starting price of 18,400 USD. Livan aims to capture a segment of the market looking for affordable yet well-equipped vehicles. — CarNewsChina

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