The ongoing pandemic has caused major disruption to the global economy, halting business and consumers from their normal purchases—big and small—and the automotive industry was certainly not spared.
Many countries have continued to deal with the fallout and China is no exception, with auto sales taking a big hit. Prior to COVID-19, Italian firm XEV (short for X-Electrical Vehicle) had announced plans to open its third production facility in Shanghai, aside from the already-established Italy and Hong Kong sites.
Recent news is more uplifting for car sales in China now, however, and especially for 3D-printed cars by XEV, which drew great interest in China last year. The Italian auto manufacturing company, founded by Luo Xiaofan, remains heavily engaged with the Chinese market, further cementing models from Europeans also (with up to 30,000 orders there so far) at the Valentino Auto Show with the presentation of the YOYO. XEV […]
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