Great Wall Motors Company Ltd. Officially Confirm India Entry

Great Wall Motors Company Ltd

Recently, we confirmed that Chinese Automaker Haima Automobile is going to enter the Indian Market in early 2020. After Morris Garages made their successful entry into the Indian Market, many Chinese Manufacturers want to enter the Indian Market.

Joining the trend is the Great Wall Motors Company Ltd, who recently announced their entry to Indian market via Social Media.

This confirmation, which was via a tweet on the company’s official India account, confirms a report about Great Wall Motors introducing the Haval brand in the country.

 The company has recently created a new twitter account for India with its first tweet saying – “Namaste India! All set for great things ahead”. The post also has a small teaser video featuring the outline of an SUV, which is an indication of the company’s plan to begin its operations with the launch of an SUV. It makes sense considering the brand is known for its SUV and pick-up range in China and right now, it is the best segment to start in India.

The cover page on their Twitter account has the Haval H6, H9 SUV and the Ore R1 electric car. While it is not confirmed yet that these are the models coming to India, there have been reports that the company will enter India with the Haval range of SUVs. Great Wall Motors will be participating at the upcoming Auto Expo 2020, and we are likely to get more information about the company’s India line-up at the auto show.

 According to sources, their pavilion will have three of Haval’s successful SUVs – the H4 (slightly larger than the Hyundai Creta), H6 and H9 – on display. A couple of electric cars from sister brands Ora and Wey are also likely to be showcased during the Auto Expo 2020.

Will Great Wall Motors Company Ltd. do well in the Indian market? We look forward to your comments below.

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