Jun Feng sees two sessions: Big shot new energy car view (March 13)

March 13, 2019

(Xiawu Beijing reported on the 13th):

Representative of the National People's Congress, Party Secretary and Chairman of Shanghai Automotive Group Co., Ltd. Chen Hong:

China's new energy vehicles are still driven by policy, and the market driving force is not strong enough. After the purchase subsidy is cancelled in 2020, if there is no other policy to follow up, due to the sharp increase in the cost of purchasing new energy vehicles, it is likely that the Chinese new energy vehicle market will experience a “climbing” decline of about 40%, especially for pure electric vehicles. The impact is even greater, and the market share may fall by about 50%.


Zhu Huarong, deputy of the National People's Congress and president of Changan Automobile:

The development of smart car networking should be unified standards and strengthen overall management. Specifically, Zhu Huarong proposes to improve the road facility specifications and unified standards applicable to smart transportation, and strictly enforce it; rely on the existing mobile communication network to build a nationwide vehicle wireless communication network to form standards; establish vehicle networks and auto parts Unify standards, solve the basic problems of connecting automobile, communication and IT, and make a good vehicle foundation for the rapid development of vehicle networking; properly release civilian high-definition and high-precision maps. At the same time, it will guide social capital and financial capital, increase support for public platforms such as the National Intelligent Network's automotive innovation and development platform, and promote the research and development and industrialization of intelligent network-based automotive core technologies.


Zhou Shanhong, deputy to the National People's Congress and chairman of Jiangsu Wanshun Group:

New energy vehicles are the development trend of the industry. They have great potential and are developing very fast, but they cannot bloom everywhere. There must be a fist enterprise.



Zeng Qinghong, deputy to the National People's Congress and chairman of Guangzhou Automobile Group:

New energy car companies cannot rely on national policy subsidies to support them. They should rely on the market and rely on consumers' choices to suggest more policy subsidies to infrastructure construction.


Luo Ping, deputy director of the National People's Congress and Anhui Provincial Science and Technology Department:

In addition to subsidizing charging piles, parking lots and other ancillary facilities, the science and technology department fully supports the technological innovation of enterprises.