Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Investment Holding Group Co., Ltd., an automobile business arm of Evergrande, recently added new information regarding its listing as a judgment debtor.
Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group's first model, the Hengchi 5, is now available for pre-orders, the automobile arm of Chinese real estate developer Evergrande Group announced on July 6.
The pre-sale of the Hengchi 5, a car model made by Evergrande Auto, will start on July 6. Interested customers can make an appointment to test drive, which has been made available in the last week or so.
A Wednesday report alleged that Evergrande Auto has indefinitely delayed the pre-sale of its Hengchi 5 model, sparking heated online discussion. That evening, Evergrande Auto issued a statement denying the report.
Real estate developer Evergrande's first pure electric SUV, the Hengchi 5, has seen 50,000 units ordered within the 10 hours of blind booking during Labor Day holiday.
After the trading of its shares was suspended on March 21, Evergrande Auto, the auto arm of embattled property giant China Evergrande Group, resumed stock operations from 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
The president of Evergrande Auto, Liu Yongzhuo, announced on Sunday that pre-sale of its Hengchi 5 model will be initiated in the near future.
Embattled property giant China Evergrande Group and its subsidiary units suspended trading in Hong Kong on Monday morning, according to exchange filings, without offering any explanation.
Evergrande Group has moved out of its headquarters building in Shenzhen, and that the building has removed branding that displays "Evergrande Group."
Hengchi 5, the first mass production model of Evergrande Auto, successfully rolled off the production line on Thursday, 12 days ahead of schedule.
Liu Yongzhuo, President of Evergrande Auto, said that the three-month battle to get the first car off the assembly line, which started on October 8, has achieved initial results, and the BIW assembly line was launched at the end of November.
British electric vehicle (EV) maker Saietta has said that it is acquiring electric powertrain company e-Traction from China Evergrande Group's automotive unit in a deal worth up to 2 million euros ($2.31 million).
Evergrande Auto, the automobile manufacturer under Chinese real estate developer Evergrande Group, announced on Wednesday that it had signed an agreement with its placement agent on Tuesday.
Chinese property developer Evergrande Group successively sold its shares in HengTen Networks on November 4 and 5, cashing out about HKD 717 million ($92.1 million) in total and lowering its shareholding ratio from 26.55% to 22.98%.
Reuters reported on Oct 15 that NEVS, a Swedish electric vehicle (EV) unit under China Evergrande Group, is negotiating with U.S. and European venture capital companies and industrial partners to find a new owner.