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Zeekr 001’s price tag sliced 10% as the price war continuous in China

Thanks to the price cut, the entry-level Zeekr 001 with 544 hp and 546 km of CLTC range costs 269,000 yuan (37,180 USD) in China.

China EV Daily (Aug 10): Baojun launches Cloud, Geely’s Galaxy E8 spied, Zeekr reveals 001 FR, Neta enters Indonesian market

Baojun launches new Cloud model, Geely's all-electric Galaxy E8 leaked, Zeekr reveals 001 FR images, Geely and Baidu set up new automotive tech company, Neta Automobile enters Indonesian market.

Zeekr 001 FR unveiled with adjusted exterior and interior design

The Zeekr 001 FR is a sporty version of the current model. It has a sporty exterior and reworked interior. Let's get to it.

Zeekr launched in Kazakhstan. Sales will start in November

Zeekr will start deliveries of 001 and X electric vehicles in Kazakhstan in November this year. Another overseas market for Zeekr.

Geely’s Zeekr 001 for Europe rolled off production line in China, price starts at 59,490 euros

Zeekr 001 will first launch in Sweden and the Netherlands, then Norway, Germany, Denmark, and France in Europe.

Zeekr CS1E sedan interior exposed with three screens. One of them can move

The CS1E EV sedan will be the first Zeekr's car with three screens. It will launch this year with 544 hp.

Zeekr CS1E from Geely was spotted in China with 3 LiDAR sensors. To debut in August

The Zeekr CS1E will debut in China in August with 544 hp, three LiDARs and distinguishing Zeekr design language.

How do Chinese EV makers roll out new products so quickly?

How did a brand-new Chinese EV maker produce 3 new models in two years and sell a hundred thousand?

Zeekr delivered 10,620 EVs in June, up 124% than June 2022

In the first half of this year, Zeekr sold 42,633 units, an increase of 122% over the same period last year, achieving growth for five consecutive months.

Geely’s Zeekr 001 & Zeekr X entered European market, price starts at 44,990 euros

In Europe, Zeekr's first official brand stores will open in Stockholm and Amsterdam before the end of this year, then subsequently throughout Western Europe by 2026.