Dongfeng New Energy Vehicle in Munich

September 6, 2023
Latest company news about Dongfeng New Energy Vehicle in Munich
On the afternoon of September 4th Beijing time, the 2023 Munich Auto Show in Germany officially opened. In the afternoon of that day, Dongfeng Group held a press conference at the C10 booth of the B1 exhibition hall, showcasing the technological achievements of China's Dongfeng new energy vehicles to the world.
Junfeng Company will share exhibition results, collect customer information, and better serve global customers.
Dongfeng's first pure electric sedan will apply the new pure electric design language for the first time, "making China's most beautiful pure electric sedan". At the same time, the new car will be equipped for the first time with a new pure electric architecture platform from Fengxing and a fully upgraded armor battery 2.0, bringing users an ultimate sense of pure electric safety.
At the press conference, Deputy General Manager You Zheng stated that in the wave of new energy vehicle development, Dongfeng Company is targeting new tracks and opportunities, focusing on promoting the leap of new energy and intelligent driving. By 2024, the new models of Dongfeng's main independent passenger vehicle brand will be 100% electrified. Dongfeng Fengxing, as an important force in Dongfeng's independent passenger vehicle sector, is an important practitioner of Dongfeng's independent brand development. In 2022, in line with the trend of electrification and intelligence development, Dongfeng will launch the "Guanghe Future" plan for electrification transformation. It will continue to provide excellent product and service experiences for global users through new energy platform technology development, brand rejuvenation, and service upgrades.
Dongfeng will also develop customized new energy vehicle models for European users, jointly explore broader market space with partners, and with an open mind and global perspective, embark on a sustainable and upward path, creating a better and stronger Chinese automotive brand.
The Munich Auto Show in Germany is known as the "Auto Olympics" and is held every two years.