Sitech Electric Vehicles

wattEV2buy explores the SiTech electric car strategy and list the SiTech EV models, news, and sales as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The EV-startup SiTech introduced at CES 2018 to the US market is a brand by Trible Inc. in Gui’an New Area, Guizhou and partnered with the Chinese state-owned auto manufacturer FAW to assemble its cars. SiTech opened offices in Silicon Valley in 2018 and plans to start delivery on its first EV in Q4 2018. SiTech partnered with Beijing Mobike, a bike-sharing company, to develop its EV sharing program. SiTech is backed by Guian New District Development and Investment Co., Ltd and invested ¥7 billion in an highly automated plant which will become operational in 2019. The plant is said to have an automation rate of over 90%. SiTech’s is starting out as a global enterprise; in addition to its Silicon Valley offices, it has a style center in Europe, R&D center in Hangzhou with Beijing its brand offices. SiTech plans to launch one new EV every year up to 2021 covering all classes of passenger cars.

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Week 30 2018 SiTech launching its luxury EV brand in LA

EV start-up SiTech is launching its luxury electric vehicle brand in Los Angeles on the 8th of August. The new brand is named Gyon and collaborates with design house Gaffoglio Family Metalcrafters (GFMI). The Chinese luxury EV brand will also unveil its first model teased in the image below. The Gyon EV is equipped with self-driving capabilities based on the G-OS intelligent vehicle operating system but at this stage, it’s not known which level of autonomous driving is supported. The Gyuon EV has a range of up to 450 miles (700km) and accelerates to 62 mph (100km/h) in less than 4 seconds.

Week 16 2018 SiTech launching its luxury EV brand in LA

Chinese EV start-up SiTech unveiled the first of its range of connected EVs, the DEV1, this week. The DEV1 offers an impressive range and lots of tech at a low price. Like most new Chinese EVs of late, the DEV1 also comes with face recognition for keyless entry. The car will be presented in Beijing this week.


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