Huawei's flagship stores will start selling cars on April 20, stcn.com said Monday, citing Huawei's source, adding that Richard Yu, Huawei's head of consumer business, will host a meeting about Huawei's car sales.
In a video obtained by the media, a car is shown next to text that reads "April 20, Huawei flagship stores welcome new partners, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu".
The first model to be sold at Huawei's flagship store is the Seres SF5 SUV, which was launched Monday and is already available on Huawei online store, the report said, citing the source.
Seres unveiled the SF5 electric SUV Monday morning, priced from RMB 216,800 ($33,314).
The vehicle has appeared on the front page of Huawei's consumer business website (https://consumer.huawei.com/cn/), and while details can be seen, there is no purchase button.
Following Huawei's April 18 launch of its Smart Car Solution, BU President of Smart Car Solution Wang Jun said he "won't rule out the possibility of selling cars inside Huawei's stores.
Wang said Huawei is already preparing to renovate some Huawei showrooms in shopping malls and will display and sell related models in its flagship stores.
Huawei will reportedly start selling cars for third-party brand