YEMA ELECTRIC CAR STRATEGY
Sichuan Mustang Automobile Co, named Yema Auto, a Fulin Group company, is based in Chengdu. The company, founded in the 80’s started producing vehicles in 2002 and enter the new energy vehicle business in 2014 by establishing a manufacturing base for vehicle production lines. YEMA electric cars entered the market in 2017 with the Yema EC70 SUV to be followed by the M70EV in 2018. The Chinese auto maker is set to unveil its electric vehicle strategy in August 2017. Sichuan Mustang Automobile Co sued Ford in 2016 for trademark infringement in 2016 for the use of the Mustang brand name, suing the American company for RMB 1000 Million yuan.
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