Inchincape Group has been operating in Hong Kong for more than 56 years, acting as an agent for Toyota, Lexus, Land Rover, Jaguar, ORA, Maxus and Hino in Hong Kong.
Luo Haojian, general manager of Toyota Lexus Sales Department of Inchina Greater China, attended the media luncheon and said that in the future, electric vehicles from Toyota and Lexus will be introduced to Hong Kong for sale.
He said that because electric license plate fees are cheaper than ordinary cars, and different brands have also launched electric cars, more car owners pay attention to the relevant market, which makes the competition among brands fierce, and the recent economic downturn has also weakened sales. But I believe that as the market gradually stabilizes, the situation will improve next year.
He also pointed out that the group recycles used cars and provides services such as "old-for-new", refurbishment and resale. The trend has dropped since the first half of the year, but the price of used cars will inevitably drop due to the increase in supply.
In addition, Wang Zhuoyuan, Commercial Director of the Greater China Region, said at the same luncheon that he has recently obtained the sales agent of ORA, an electric vehicle brand under Great Wall Motors (3333), and the intended price is about 250,000 yuan. He pointed out that the government's "one-for-one" electric Under the car pilot program, you can enjoy a first registration tax reduction of more than 280,000 yuan, which improves the "cost-effectiveness" of the brand. Customer response is better than expected, and it is expected to be delivered in the second quarter of next year at the earliest.
Liu Qicheng, managing director of the Greater China Region, said that since the launch of Toyota taxis in Hong Kong in 1973, the market share has been as high as 90%. Hybrid taxis, an alternative to traditional LPG taxis; there are currently about 4,000 hybrid taxis in operation.
Inzhicape will also launch a charging solution with Schneider Electric to provide comprehensive solutions for retail customers, car park owners, residential owners and real estate developers, so as to increase the number of charging stations in Hong Kong.