Direct coverage of the auto show|BMW Zipzer visited the Great Wall Motors booth. Wei Jianjun introduced self-developed technology

On the media day of the Beijing Auto Show on April 25, Wei Jianjun, chairman of Great Wall Motors, received a special visit from global chairman of partner BMW Zipze at the Great Wall Motors booth. Wei Jianjun introduced Great Wall Motor\’s self-developed technology \”SOUO H8\” to Zipuze, the world\’s only 8-cylinder engine motorcycle powertrain. Zipuze visited Great Wall Motor\’s tank series models with great interest and learned more about the Tank 400Hi Technical features of models such as -4 T and Tank 700Hi-4 T.

On the media day of the Beijing Auto Show on April 25, Wei Jianjun, chairman of Great Wall Motors, received a special visit from global chairman of partner BMW Zipze at the Great Wall Motors booth.
Wei Jianjun introduced Great Wall Motor\’s self-developed technology \”SOUO H8\” to Zipuze, the world\’s only 8-cylinder engine motorcycle powertrain. Zipuze visited Great Wall Motor\’s tank series models with great interest and learned more about the Tank 400Hi Technical features of models such as -4 T and Tank 700Hi-4 T.
BMW and Great Wall Motors are currently partners in the Beam Auto project.
(Source of article: Beijing News)

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