EV House, originally known as Xinte Automobile. Before the global health crisis, the company made a strategic exit from the market, only to make a significant comeback in 2021 with fresh perspectives and an innovative team. The relaunch was marked by the introduction of the Young Guangxiaoxin model in August 2021, with a price range that made electric cars more accessible to a broader audience.
EV House's Transformation and Market Impact
The company’s strategy includes launching innovative models and forming strategic partnerships, which has significantly bolstered its presence in the highly competitive Chinese EV market. The introduction of models like the DEV1 has solidified EV House's position as a key player in the electric vehicle sector.
Innovations in Electric Mobility
EV House's commitment to innovation extends beyond vehicle manufacturing. The company has also been involved in the development and production of various motors essential for electric vehicles, such as Synchronous Motors, Stepping Motors, and DC Motors. This diversification into components critical for EVs underscores EV House's comprehensive approach to electric mobility.
Expanding Reach and Consumer Engagement
With a network of dealer partners across 95 cities in China, EV House has established a robust distribution network. The development of an online Direct to Customer user operating system is a testament to the company's dedication to enhancing consumer communication and service efficiency. This digital platform facilitates a direct and more personalized interaction with customers, reflecting the company's consumer-centric approach.
Global Outreach and Diverse Portfolio
Anhui Ans Auto Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of EV House, was established in 2019 and is based in Wuhu, Anhui Province. This expansion reflects EV House's ambition to cater to a global audience, exporting both new and used electric vehicles, along with electric side steps and other auto parts to various regions, including Europe, North America, South America, and beyond.
EV House's portfolio encompasses a wide range of electric vehicle brands, including BYD, FAW, GAC, JAC, JMC, BAIC, Geely, Chery, Dongfeng, Volkswagen, Cowin, Honda, Changan, Great Wall, Hongqi, Geometry, Xpeng, Weltmeister, Enovate, Arcfox, Aiways, and Neta. This extensive brand coverage ensures that EV House can meet diverse consumer needs and preferences, further reinforcing its position in the electric vehicle market.