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October 16, 2023

Chery Auto PH To Preview 3 New Energy Vehicles At EV Summit

Chery Auto Philippines is fully charged to go green at the Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit 2023 happening from October 19 to 21, 2023 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

Two full electric vehicles (EV) and another Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) are set to be previewed during the event.

During its brand relaunch last July 2023, Chery Auto Philippines’ Managing Director Froilan Dytianquin underscored Chery’s new direction towards electrification.

“Chery Auto Philippines wants to be at the forefront of change promoting a new era of green mobility. This path we are heading to aligns with Chery’s global advocacy to promote green mobility through technological innovation,” Dytianquin said.

“Essentially, Chery’s current model line up will be further complemented with complete new energy derivatives such as Hybrids, PHEVs and new full Electric Vehicle models.” Dytianquin added.

Chery has boldly taken its latest development path leading to more opportunities of electrification and intelligent transformation. This outlines Chery's grand vision to lead the future of new energy vehicle transportation.

Aside from strengthening and localizing EV and battery supply chains, the three-day exhibition will showcase foreign and local players exhibiting the latest EV models, battery and charging technologies, and other innovative products and solutions.

During the event, visitors can test drive other Chery vehicles like the Tiggo 7 Pro Hybrid and the Tiggo 8 Pro e+ PHEV.

Chery Auto Ph invites everyone to be part of Chery’s green mobility future. At the EV Summit, buyers stand to get additional savings for their latest models.

“With the preview of these new energy vehicles, we want to show Chery’s commitment towards preservation of the environment at the same time provide customers alternatives for electric mobility to offset the rising fossil fuel costs,” Dytianquin added.


  1. Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV,EQ7 SUV and EQ1 mini EV

  2. I really admired all car manufacturers introducing EV in The Philippines. But is this worth it after 5 to 8years warranty expires? Definitely this EV will go garbage for lack of original and replacements spare parts. For peace of mind stillyou can never go wrong with ICE vehicle.

  3. And what phone are you using?


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