Great Wall Motor

 Model Launch Schedules
 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Great Wall

WEY P8

2018 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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CHN


Great Wall

Ora iQ

2018 A compact electric crossover SUV
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CHN


Great Wall

Ora R1 image

2018 A subcompact electric crossover SUV
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CHN


Great Wall

C30 EV

2017 A compact electric sedan
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 News
Apr 12, 2019

On April 11, Great Wall Motor-Haval revealed its lineups to be showcased at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. The next-generation Haval vision2025 global concept SUV will make its global debut at the show. The SUV will come with ID identification, multi-screen interaction, a panoramic imaging system, autonomous driving technologies, gesture recognition, and AR-HUD head-up display function.
The automaker will also showcase the 3 millionth anniversary version of the Haval H6 SUV developed by Haval and Baidu, Haval F7 crossover SUV, and Haval F7x (Haval’s first coupe SUV).
From a Haval press release

Apr 10, 2019

On April 8, Great Wall Motor released a sales and production report for March.
Overall production in March totaled 104,447 units, reflecting a 16.2% y/y increase, while sales totaled 103,090 units, reflecting a 16.8% y/y increase. Year-to-date (YTD) sales from January to March totaled 283,842 units, reflecting a 10.6% y/y increase.
The automaker sold 70,570 Haval SUV units in March, reflecting a 17.8% y/y increase. YTD sales totaled 206,038 units, reflecting a 14.1% y/y increase.
10,247 WEY brand units were sold reflecting a 27.5% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 26,619 units for a 38.0% y/y decline.
Exports in March totaled 5,919 units, reflecting a 28.5% y/y increase. YTD exports totaled 12,615 units, reflecting a 20.3% y/y increase.
From a Great Wall Motor Shanghai Stock Exchange press release

Mar 28, 2019

On March 27, Haval informed that it is preparing to launch a Russian plant and shared work plans on the Russian market.
The plant near Tulahas already been built, all the equipment has been installed, and pilot cars started to leave the assembly line. This is the first own factory of the Great Wall concern outside of China, with USD 500 million invested in it, and there are stamping, welding and body painting shops.
The first phase provides for the production capacity of 80,000 cars per year, and the starting degree of localization will be 30% - in addition to the automotive body, the Russian will be glass, the exhaust system and some small things.
The second phase provides for increasing the capacity of the plant to 150 thousand cars per year.
The first model of Russian production will be the Haval F7 crossover with a length of 4,620 mm, presented last summer: Russian sales of these cars will begin in June.
The second on the Tula conveyor will be a coupe-shaped SUV Haval F7x, designed to compete with the model Renault Arkana: sales start is scheduled for September. And next in Russia will begin production of frame SUVs Haval H9, which are now supplied from China.
Subsequently, the Russian residence permit should also appear in other models, including the second-generation Haval H6 crossover, which has been sold in China for two years now.

Haval Press Release