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              MG and Automotive Sector present 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥 Seminar Preparing Thailand for Electric Mobility with a Transition to BEVs_真钱二八杠游戏下载

              MG and Automotive Sector present 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥 Seminar Preparing Thailand for Electric Mobility with a Transition to BEVs

              Bangkok 鈥 15 May 2019 鈥 SAIC Motor-CP Co., Ltd. and MG Sales (Thailand) Co., Ltd. as a manufacturer and distributor of MG cars in Thailand organized 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥, a thought-provoking seminar centered on readiness of Thailand in all aspects towards electric mobility particularly opportunities to shift Thailand鈥檚 automotive landscape with the use of battery electric vehicles (BEVs). Seven automotive experts and respected scholars from government agencies and private corporations unitedly illustrated progress, direction, and possibilities to enhance Thai automotive industry with production and distribution of vehicles equipped with advanced, alternative mobility technologies designed to uplift both environment and quality of life.

              MG and Automotive Sector present 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥 Seminar Preparing Thailand for Electric Mobility with a Transition to BEVs

              Mr. Pongsak Lertruedeewattanavong, Vice President of MG Sales (Thailand) Co., Ltd. began 鈥淕lobal communities today are prioritizing next-gen vehicles which are generally developed to alleviate escalating air pollution and enhance life quality of all citizens.  BEVs, to be specific, are recognized as eco-friendly vehicles as they do not emit carbon dioxide鈥攁 notorious cause of greenhouse effect and smog. The use of electric motor also means noise from vehicles will be notably decreased. Governments of many countries are promoting BEVs ownership and 1.26 million units were delivered last year or 74 percent higher than 2017. With this continuous delivery, 20 million units of EVs should be on streets across the globe by the end of next year.

              MG and Automotive Sector present 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥 Seminar Preparing Thailand for Electric Mobility with a Transition to BEVs

              鈥淭hailand is now on a way to completely transform mobility landscape by phasing out fossil fuel vehicles and introducing next-gen vehicle platforms specifically hybrid vehicles (HEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). The next promising step for Thai automotive society is BEVs which may be known by many consumers based on news or releases of them in Thailand as well as in global stage. Additionally, significant investments in BEVs, including supportive programs from the government, are not something far-fetched in terms of current progress. Some of privileges for eligible manufacturers under BOI鈥檚 funding programs are exemption of legal person tax as well as importing tariff for parts and components. BEVs assembled by these manufacturers are also entitled to a three-year special vehicle excise exemption period. Moreover, expansion of public chargers operated by both private and public sectors are usual nowadays as they are preparing for a notable increase of next-gen vehicles especially BEVs. All of these can be noted as accomplishment complementing a goal to cultivate a fruitful ecosystem of next-gen vehicles in Thailand,鈥 elaborated Mr. Pongsak.  

              MG and Automotive Sector present 鈥淓Volution of Automotive鈥 Seminar Preparing Thailand for Electric Mobility with a Transition to BEVs

              MG took this joyous opportunity to present a special seminar entitled 鈥楨Volution of Automotive鈥 to properly lay a solid foundation for a major shift in Thai automotive industry and society at large so consumers are able to break their barriers or misconceptions and ready to embrace cutting-edge mobility trends by jointly opening a new chapter of automotive innovations alongside other involving parties. At the seminar, well-rounded information on direction, opinions, opportunities, and possibilities of BEVs in Thailand in years to come was meticulously presented to attendees by seven automotive experts and scholars from government agencies and private firms. The following is a list of honored guest speakers:  

              Representatives of government agencies

              Mr. Siriruj Chulakaratana, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry

              Dr. Janekrishna Kanatharana, Executive Vice President for Special Affairs, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)

              Mr. Adisak Rohitasune, Acting President, Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI)

              Representatives of private corporations

              Dr. Prachin Eamlumnow, Chairman of the Executive Committee and CEO, Grand Prix

                  International Public Company Limited

              Mr. Amorn Sapthaweekul, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Energy Absolute Public Company

                  Limited

              Mr. Pu Jinhuan, Chief Engineer, Project Operation Department, PM Section, EV Platform,

                  SAIC Motor Corporation

              Mr. Zhang Haibo, President, SAIC-CP Motor Co., Ltd. and MG Sales (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

              鈥淭he brand MG has been active in Thailand for five years and we have delivered more than 50,000 vehicle units to customers nationwide. We are proud to say our achievements are resulted from kind supports from both public and private sectors. Our product development strategies are grounded on鈥4 Pillars鈥 philosophy implemented by SAIC Motor Corporation, a parent company of ours, namely 1) Intelligence connectivity 鈥 to redefine MG vehicles with intelligent connectivity features; 2) Electrification 鈥 to use electric motor as primary power source in vehicles; 3) Car Sharing; and 4) Globalization 鈥 to develop new products for consumers worldwide.  20 models of PHEVs, BEVs, and fuel cell vehicles (FCV) by SAIC are available for Chinese and international consumers and we are going to officially excite Thai automotive market in June 2019 with a local introduction of MG鈥檚 first commercially available BEV named 鈥楳G ZS EV鈥. It is an outstanding electric SUV with i-SMART intelligent connectivity system designed to attract young-gen drivers,鈥 concluded Mr. Pongsak.

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