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Autoliv and software JV Zenuity to develop and produce first L3 ADAS system for Geely

STOCKHOLM – Autoliv, Inc., the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, said in a statement on March 8 that together with its software joint venture Zenuity, it has been selected to develop and produce the first Level 3 advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for Geely. Geely’s Level 3 project includes ADAS

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LYNK & CO will be the first high-end JV brand to go global

HANGZHOU, Zhejiang – In about a months, LYNK & CO’s first model, the 01 SUV, will hit the Chinese market. In one years, it plans to enter the European and U.S. markets. A year ago, the brand was launched by Geely Holding Group in Berlin, after much anticipation, as a high-end brand slotted between

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LYNK & CO will be the first high-end JV brand to go global

HANGZHOU, Zhejiang – In about two months, LYNK & CO’s first model, the 01 SUV, will hit the Chinese market. In two years, it plans to enter the European and U.S. markets. Less than a year ago, the brand was launched by Geely Holding Group in Berlin, after much anticipation,

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Brotherly love: two new JVs, two objectives for Geely and Volvo

The two new joint ventures formed by Volvo Cars and parent company Geely usher in a new era for their already close cooperation, one that Chairman Li Shufu describes as a “brotherly” relationship. The JVs represent the first time a Chinese domestic automaker has signed a deal for full-technology-sharing and

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Volvo Cars to set up new tech JV with parent Geely, take significant minority stake in LYNK & CO

STOCKHOLM – Volvo Cars signed separate MOUs on July 20 with parent company Geely Holding Group to set up a new joint venture technology company and for the Swedish carmaker to a significant minority stake in LYNK & CO, the international premium brand launched by Geely last year.  The new technology

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From sports cars to flying cars, Geely takes unorthodox approach to new empire

Little by little, Geely Holding Group is putting the pieces together for what is shaping up to be a new global automotive empire. The path it took to become what it is today, however, has been rather unconventional. The 30-year old company with less than 20 years of car

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