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The first batch of electric pickup trucks T8 EV of JAC were successfully delivered to Thai group users

Pub Date:23-10-31 09:47 Source:www.jac.com

On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the “Belt and Road” Initiative, the first batch of electric pickup trucks T8 EV of JAC were successfully delivered to Thai group users recently, marking that JAC has made a new breakthrough once again in the B&R co-construction of the country, and contributed Chinese wisdom to promote Thailand's social and economic development.

Always known as a "Detroit in Asia", Thailand is the largest automobile producer and exporter in Southeast Asia. Japanese auto brands have been dominant in Thailand for a long time. With the rise of new energy vehicles, Chinese brands quickly reshaped the Thai auto market, and JAC seized the opportunity to layout quickly, after multiple rounds of user demand research and field visits, and led to the group users to break through.

As the most popular model in the Thai market, the introduction of JAC T8 EV has filled the gap in this market segment and injected new vitality into Thailand’s green development.

The good start has strengthened the confidence and determination of JAC to deeply cultivate the Thai market. JAC planned in advance, carried out special training for group users, all-round sharing in such aspects as driving habits, use costs and 24-hour emergency rescue. A total of nearly 100 end users participated in the training and interacted actively.

In the future, JAC will continue to give full play to its technical strength, improve its product matrix and user experience, and provide new impetus for green travel in Thailand.

Editor:Li Ruichuan

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