Geely

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Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd (ZGH), commonly known as Geely /ˈl/, is a Chinese car company headquartered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang. Geely was established in 1986 and entered the automotive industry in 1997 with its Geely Auto subsidiary.[1] Geely Auto is currently the seventh largest automobile manufacturer in China, with 1.328 million sales in China in 2021. Globally, the group sold over 2.2 million cars in 2021,[2] and over 17,926 plug-in electric vehicles in January 2022.[3] and makes cars under the brands Geely, Geometry, Jidu, LEVC, Lotus, Lynk & Co, Maple, Polestar, Proton, Radar, Volvo, Zeekr and Zhidou ,

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  1. "Geely's Li Shufu is betting billions on global push". Yahoo! Finance. Retrieved 2019-01-04.
  2. Tan, Danny (21 January 2022). "Geely group sales exceed 2.2m units in 2021, up 5%". paultan.org.
  3. "Geely Auto Holdings Jan. BEV sales skyrocket 641% YoY".