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GWM confirmed its big Indian debut at next week's Auto Expo 2020. Now, for the series, the Chinese brand revealed its spotlight. Haval Design H SUV will be displayed by the maker–marking its global debut in India. Along with the world premiere. GWM is also debuting the project car Vision 2025.
Great Wall Motor Co Ltd (GWM) commands a strong position in China as the biggest producer of SUVs in the world. The company will also detail its ambitions for India with their entry here. The Auto Expo portfolio will include a number of Haval SUVs, GWM electrical goods and Smart Security, Connectivity and Advanced Autonomous Systems technologies.
The Haval marque, owned by GWM, is best known for its wide range of SUVs. Although negotiations had been pending, GWM's entrance into India was confirmed as recently as January 17, 2020 following an agreement on January 17, 2020 to purchase the General Motor Talegaon plant. This is a significant step forward given that the manufacturer will not have to wait for the stipulated time it takes to construct a modern factory. A critical stepping stone is the purchase of the GM factory.
As the business awaits its grand entrance into the Indian automotive market, it looks forward to' unlimited prospects' and sees this as an important market. GWM expects to set new benchmarks in the Indian automotive industry. The R&D department at GWM is based in Bangalore. Great Wall Motor currently operates its distribution network in over 60 nations, as well as five national communication hubs in Europe, Asia, South Africa, South America and the Middle East.
India's biggest car exhibition, this year's Auto Expo will have its maximum attendance ever from Chinese companies. With a large number of well-established Indian car and bike brands opting not to join, Chinese companies such as Great Wall Motors, BYD Motors, FAW Haima, Changan Automobile and SAIC Motors Corporation came to rescue.
At India Expo Mart in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, these Chinese automakers have claimed approximately 20 percent of floor space, occupying 8,000 sq meters of a total of 40,000 sq metres. In addition to seeing India as a potential market for sales growth, analysts note the growing involvement of Chinese companies in India as a way to combat lower sales in their own country; which plummeted in November 2019 for the 17th month in a row.