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With the advent of the new era of automobile, the vigorous development of new energy vehicles and the irreversible trend of automobile electrification, the world is vigorously promoting the development of new energy vehicles.

Whether it is the founder of Internet car-making, Tesla, or the subversive products brought about by a number of new car-making forces, people can't stop. Traditional car companies have also innovated and launched a variety of electric vehicles to meet all consumer needs. Even luxury brands such as BBA, Jaguar and Porsche have rushed into the new market. This stage is in the field of energy automobiles.

For Feilong Jiangli, this is a challenge where risks and opportunities coexist. We should seize the opportunity, dare to innovate, complete the transformation as soon as possible, improve the quality of products while seeking development, enhance the vitality of enterprises, and let Feilong brand is known all over the world.

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