Chery Auto PH will make its presence felt at annual Electric Vehicle Summit
Remember when Chery announced they would test new EVs on PH roads? The automaker is set to give the public a closer look at what to expect as they will be at this year’s Electric Vehicle Summit.
You read right, Chery Auto Philippines is fully charged to go green at the 2023 Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit happening from October 19 to 21. Chery will offer a sneak preview of its New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City later this week.
During its brand relaunch last July 2023, Chery Auto Philippines’ Managing Director Froilan Dytianquin underscored Chery’s new direction towards electrification.
“Chery Auto Philippines wants to be at the forefront of change promoting a new era of green mobility. This path we are heading to aligns with Chery’s global advocacy to promote green mobility through technological innovation. “Essentially, Chery’s current model lineup will be further complemented with complete new energy derivatives such as Hybrids, PHEVs, and new full Electric Vehicle models,” said Dytianquin.
Two fully electric vehicles and a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) are set to be previewed by Chery during the EV Summit. The automaker has yet to reveal what exactly they will be previewing, but based on the silhouettes we saw last month, they could be the eQ1 micro EV, the eQ7 crossover EV, and the Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV (AKA Tiggo 7 Plus New Energy).
Aside from previewing three of its newest models for PH, the three-day exhibition will also showcase foreign and local players exhibiting the latest EV models, battery and charging technologies, and other innovative products and solutions. In addition, visitors can test drive other Chery vehicles like the Tiggo 7 Pro Hybrid and the Tiggo 8 Pro e+ PHEV.
“With the preview of these new energy vehicles, we want to show Chery’s commitment towards preservation of the environment at the same time provide customers alternatives for electric mobility to offset the rising fossil fuel costs,” added Dytianquin.