According tomedia reports, people in the United States on the highway to see the Chinese car this desire is again because of the new crown pneumonia epidemic failed. On Wednesday, local time, Duke Hale, CEO of HAAH Automotive Holdings, told Automotive News that their plan to import a crossover from China’s Zhongtai Automobile was officially shelved.
The CEO said sales in the Chinese market had been hit hard and that it would consider expanding into the U.S. market before settling its overseas operations. It is understood that Zhongtai and HAAH have signed a dealer agreement across 100 markets in the United States, they will sell a price is the crossover car.
Hale said that while the partnership with The Tatt will be put on hold, major U.S. dealers will be able to retain the franchise and, in return, as a reward, will be able to sell cars from another Chinese brand, Vantas.
Vantas is the new brand name used by Chery Automobile in the U.S. Market, and the company plans not only to sell a luxury SUV in the U.S. but also to produce it in the U.S. HAAH plans to double its u.S. business focus, by which time any of its dealers will be able to sell Vantas-branded cars without adding to costs. So far, there has been no word on the final location of the Vantas SUV. In the final analysis, the SUV is nothing more than a rebuilt Chery Exeed TX, which plans to compete with other well-known luxury brands.
As for Zhongtai, imports are still possible, but Hale believes it is unlikely in the next few years.