CH-Auto Technology founded in 2010, the Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer branded as Qiantu Qiche (前途汽车), meaning Future Auto in 2015. The 50,000 unit production facility is being built in Suzhou; construction started in February 2016. The production company is branded as. The company designed its battery and drive train technologies and is headquartered in Beijing. Qiantu Motors unveiled its first vehicles, the Hong Xie, a roadster, and predecessor to the Qiantu K50 Event! and the Tianzhi minicar during the 2012 Beijing Motor Show. The company plans to build six models over the next five years. Qiantu is setting its sights on the USA market and compete directly with Tesla through the introduction of a mass market Electric Vehicle.
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