Geely is aiming for 1.58 million units in 2018
Geely is increasingly ambitious. The Chinese company that controls Volvo, Lotus and the Korean company Proton aims to increase its sales volumes globally by 27% compared to the 2017 result (already up 63% on 2016) for a total of 1.58 million vehicles.
The growth will also be supported by the expected success of the new Lynk and Co brand, as well as by the well-established Emgrand and Bo Yue models.
But Geely's real big goal is to bring global registrations to the 2 million vehicle mark by 2020.