ZINORO ELECTRIC VEHICLES
The BWM Brilliance Joint Venture created the Zinoro premier car brand in 2013 to deepen the localization of BMW. Zinoro assembles its vehicles at the BMW Brilliance plant in Tiexi, near Shenyang in Liaoning Province north-east China. The brand unveiled its first vehicle, the Zinoro 1E electric vehicle, at the Guangzhou Auto Show in 2014. Zinoro introduced its latest concept, the CONCEPT NEXT, at the Shanghai International Auto Show in 2015, showcasing the brand’s direction towards connected autonomous vehicles.
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