Wey Sales Data & Trends for the Chinese Automotive Market
Wey is a brand from the Great Wall Motor Company, established in 1976, which also produces and markets the Great Wall and Haval brands in China and is one of the only large Chinese carmakers that has no manufacturing Joint Venture with an international auto brand. Wey was launched in 2017 as an affordable-premium SUV brand, positioned above Haval. Its first model is the VV7 crossover, which started sales in June 2017, followed by the slightly smaller VV5 in September 2017 and the P8 SUV-Coupe in May 2018. Its line-up will be expanded with a number of crossovers.
The name Wey (魏) refers to Wei Jianjun (魏建军), the founder of Great Wall Motors. It also refers to the State of Wei (魏) (403-225 BC), an ancient Chinese state during the Warring States Period. Great Wall’s headquarters is located in Baoding in Hebei Province, which was once part of the State of Wei.
Find sales figures for the Wey VV5, VV6, VV7, P8 and any other car model produced and sold in China since the early 2000’s.
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