Alibaba Revealed to Produce Electric Motor Cars


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It has emerged that e-commerce giant Alibaba will enter the auto sector. According to the information obtained, the company will announce its first sedan model in April. By the time we reach 2022, we will meet Alibaba’s SUV model. It is currently unknown when the vehicles will start mass production.

It has been revealed that Alibaba, which is currently in the spotlight after not being heard from its co-founder Jack Ma, has entered the automobile business. Moreover, according to the information obtained, we will not wait long to meet Alibaba’s cars. The company’s sedan vehicle will allegedly be announced this year and the SUV model in 2022. Predictably, the cars Alibaba will produce will also have electric motors.


According to allegations made by journalist Emre Özpeynirci, Alibaba has teamed up with Saic, the Chinese company that owns MG for electric motor cars. Within the scope of this cooperation, cars named “Zhiji Auto/IM” will be produced and launched. Details such as when the vehicles will go into mass production and when they will reach the end consumer are not yet known.

This is what the tools Alibaba will produce may look like

Alibaba Revealed to Produce Electric Motor Cars

We do not have detailed information about the vehicles that Alibaba is said to produce. However, the first vehicle is expected to be announced in April. If that happens, we’ll meet one of TOGG’s competitors shortly. In addition, Alibaba’s introduction of such a job is a clear indication that the car industry is changing from start to end.

Tesla, which started the electric motor car fury, has managed to impress both consumers and tech giants. Us-based tech giant Apple, for example, is currently on the agenda with more electric motor vehicles. The developments show that the importance of petroleum-derived fuels is gradually decreasing. If the developments in the automobile sector continue like this, we can already say that there will be no room for vehicles with internal combustion engines under the new world order.

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