Lately, there’s been a surge of interest from our clients in touring car showrooms in Shanghai to check out the latest advancements in electric vehicle (EV) technology. It’s like catching a sneak peek into the future – a future which has already arrived.

WeiLai EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services
Yangwang U8 EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services

Electric vehicles of every shape, size, hue, and price dot the showrooms, all proudly bearing the “Made in China” label. What’s particularly striking is the diversity of brands on display, many of which have emerged in just the last few years from both ambitious startups and established Chinese auto companies.

What really has everyone intrigued though, is the unexpected entry of new players into the EV industry. Sleek, ultra-modern sedans from a brand renowned for its phones sit in the market alongside a range of off-road EVs targeting niche clientele.

Wuling EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services
Dongfeng EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services

Perhaps the most remarkable aspect, however, is the accessibility of these vehicles. Leading Chinese EV manufacturers are offering their latest models at prices starting as low as $10,000 USD.

It’s an exciting time, but the competition is fierce. In China’s rapidly evolving market, only the most innovative and high-quality offerings will succeed. A first-hand glimpse into China’s EV landscape can provide valuable insights into global trends.

Xiaomi SU7 EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services
Lixiang L9 EV - Shanghai’s EV Scene - WildChina Corporate Services