After releasing six new energy vehicles, China Evergrande NewEnergy Vehicle Group, the car making arm of China's biggest property developer China Evergrande, revealed the inside of its two fully automated plants in Shanghai and Guangzhou for the first time.

The company said its two plants, when fully operational, will be able to produce one car per minute.

The company's goal is to become the world's largest and most powerful new energy vehicle group within three to five years.

In the company's factories, flexible robotic arms are tirelessly rotating, and components are being placed on the production line without missing a beat.

At present, the two bases have entered the stage of equipment installation and commissioning. The stamping workshop of Evergrande NewEnergy adopts the stamping equipment of Schuler Germany and owns the MMS intelligent self-diagnosis system, which is the world's most advanced automatic stamping line.

The company is currently developing 14 new models in parallel, and it says it is fully benchmarked against in terms of product development, and will surpass Tesla in terms of production capacity.

According to the company's plan, the initial production capacity of each of its bases is 100,000 units per year, the total planned capacity for 2-3 years is 1 million units per year, and the total planned capacity for 10-15 years is 5 million units per year.