Liputan6.com, Jakarta – News about Geely Radar RD6 electric photo model that attracts people, makes readers curious. Liputan6.com.
Apart from that, the news about Piaggio Indonesia which launched the second Motoplex 4 brand business in Bali, as well as the Vietnam electric car which has started to be sold, also attracted readers.
The following reviews of the most popular automotive articles are summarized in today’s top three news stories:
1. Geely Radar RD6 Electric Pickup, Use Independent Suspension
The presence of electrification has changed the competitive map in the automotive industry. Not only passenger cars, however, several manufacturers presenting electric pickup trucks also offer new models with various advantages.
China is one of the largest producers of electric vehicles in the world. As done by the Geely company, now the figure of the electric car called Radar RD6 has finally been revealed in full.
The presence of this light commercial vehicle figure is reportedly based on Geely’s all-new SEA platform, not the result of a conversion from a gasoline to an electric vehicle platform.
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2. Piaggio Indonesia Presents Second Motoplex 4 Dealership in Bali
PT Piaggio Indonesia continues to expand their sales and service network to strengthen its position in the Indonesian automotive market. Recently, they launched the best seller of the Motoplex 4 brand in Jimbaran, Bali.
“PT Piaggio Indonesia is proud to expand our presence on the island of Bali with a new and strategic partnership with PT Udayana Satya Laksana to strengthen and enhance the delivery of our 4 premium brands – Piaggio, Vespa, Aprila and Moto Guzzi – to customers in Bali. ,” explained Marco Noto La Diega, Director General and CEO of PT Piaggio Indonesia in his official statement, Monday (12/9/2022).
“The opening of the Motoplex 4 brand dealership in Jimbaran is proof of PT Piaggio Indonesia’s commitment and long-term strategy to provide the best service to the Indonesian market, by continuing to expand our range of products and services nationally,” added Marco. .
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