GREENWHEEL ELECTRIC VEHICLE
In May 2017 Guangdong GreenWheel Electric Vehicle Co. Ltd received approval to develop a 50,000 unit plant in Mingcheng Industrial Park in Foshan, Guangdong Province. Greenwheel indicated that the plant would be developed at a cost of $267 million ( RMB 1.783b ). GreenWheel tried to bring a Chinese version of the Renault Zoe into the country in early 2012 but was not successful. From 2012 to 2017 the company focussed on developing neighborhood electric vehicles. Now that GreenWheel has qualified for EV production it aims to start production of the small crossover V5, which is an electric version of the Weichai Enranger G3.
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SHENZHEN GREEN WHEEL ELECTRIC CARS IN THE NEWS
Week 20 2017 - Greenwheel gets production permit
Chinese automaker Shenzhen Greenwheel received the 14th electric vehicle production certificate, allowing the company to produce 50,000 electric vehicles per year. Greenwheel is the only Neighbourhood Electric Vehicle maker to qualify for the permit. The company is expected to upgrade to highway capable vehicles now that it qualified for the production permit.
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