Seres

Chongqing Sokon sells 10,452 NEVs in May, up 22% from April
Sokon's NEV brand, Seres, sold 5,440 units in May, up 1,616.09 percent year on year.
Chongqing Sokon reports sales of 8,552 NEVs in April, up 15% from March
Seres, Sokon's brand that partners with Huawei, sold 3,439 units in April, up 1,248.63 percent year-on-year.
Chongqing Sokon sells 7,451 NEVs in March, up 165% year-on-year
Seres, Sokon's brand that partners with Huawei, sold 3,160 units in March, up 1,310.71 percent year-on-year.
Chongqing Sokon sells 3,229 NEVs in Feb, up 510% year-on-year
This is down 8.3 percent from 3,520 units in January. The first AITO M5 vehicles, jointly built by Huawei and Sokon, will be delivered in Shanghai on March 5.
AITO, built by Huawei and Seres, unveils official pricing for M5
The M5 is available in three versions with a starting price of RMB 249,800 ($39,560).
AITO M5, jointly built by Seres and Huawei, expected to see mass deliveries in March
Seres' factory kept production going during the Chinese New Year holiday, and more than 1,000 vehicles for test drives and demonstrations have already arrived in stores, according to local media.
Seres stops taking orders for SF5, first model to enter Huawei channels
Seres has denied recent rumors that production of the SF5 has been halted, saying it has only suspended taking orders and plans to restart bookings around Chinese New Year.
Huawei's auto partner Sokon sold 6,150 NEVs in Dec, up 88.7% year-on-year
Sokon sold 41,440 NEVs for the full year 2021, up 104.4 percent year-on-year.
Sokon denies it plays only OEM role in partnership with Huawei
Seres is a longtime partner of Huawei and not an OEM, local media quoted a source at Sokon, which owns the brand, as saying.
AITO M5, built by Huawei and Seres, reportedly gets over 2,000 orders in 3 days
The AITO Wenjie M5 surpassed 2,000 orders in three days in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Chengdu, four cities that already have show cars, according to a local media report.