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Aug 15, 2022 07:54 PM
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Wuling-GM Venture Speeds Into Indonesia With New Electric Car

The first batch of Wuling Air EVs rolled off the production line at a local manufacturing facility in West Java last week. Photo: VCG
The first batch of Wuling Air EVs rolled off the production line at a local manufacturing facility in West Java last week. Photo: VCG

A General Motors Co. joint venture with Chinese state-owned SAIC Motor Corp. Ltd. has launched its first electric vehicle in Indonesia, a major step into a market dominated by Japanese automakers.

SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile Co. Ltd. is selling its new Wuling Air EV — a low-cost, two-door electric mini car with a smart voice control function — in two versions, retailing at 238 million rupiah ($16,200) and 295 million rupiah, the company said on Friday.

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