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Geely Unfold is a brand new podcast that aims to take you behind the scenes of what is happening in the world of Geely, and share with you some insights into the automotive and technology industries.
We speak with the people behind the brand and hear their observations and predictions and find out more how Geely is developing the future of mobility.
Join us and let’s unfold Geely together!
While motorsports has traditionally been dominated by males, women have never far away. Today, females hold key roles as drivers, engineers, mechanics and in administrative roles throughout the industry. One such example is Ida Stromsaas, a mechanic of Cyan Racing’s racing team, defending champions of the World Touring Car Cup.
We speak with Ida about how she got started and her decision to become a motorsports engineer, what it’s like working as a female in this field as well as some of the more memorable events of this year’s championship.
After the launch of the Lynk & Co Zero Concept prior to the 2020 Beijing Auto Show we speak with Stefan Rosén, Senior Vice President Lynk & Co Design, about the past, present, and future of the brand.
We speak about how the brand’s design team set about making cars that stand out in the market, and just a few days away from its launch in Europe, the story behind Lynk & Co’s first car, the 01. Stefan also provides some insight into Lynk & Co’s Zero Concept, which was unveiled last night in Beijing, and the direction the brand hopes to go in the future.
In this two-part episode,we learn more about Geely Group’s motorsports ventures, both domestically and further afield. We speak with Dixon Hunt of Utah Motorsports Campus, Geely’s racetrack in America, about its history and where the facility is headed.
In part two, we meet Chen Jun, Commercial Director of Geely Group Motorsports in China to learn about the environment of domestic motorsports, and how it is appealing to the masses.
In this episode, we discuss the hybrid and pure EV cars of the future, how and why Geely’s EV brand Geometry was created, and where new energy will take the automotive industry.
We spoke with Richard Chen, the Vice General Manager of Geometry, to learn more about the rapid development of the EV market in China and beyond.
In this episode we share with you how Geely perceives the Chinese consumer market in this ever-changing era and how its brands have developed through the years to stay relevant and attractive to consumers.
We talked with Flynn Chen, a Senior Director from Lynk & Co Brand and Marketing, about how the young Lynk & Co brand appeals to the consumers of China and beyond.
With the development of the global epidemic situation, it is becoming more and more evident that we need to surround ourselves, long term, with products and service that will keep us safe. The auto industry is no different, as a new wave of ‘healthy cars’ are being protected that protect drivers and passengers.
We know this is a tough and uncertain time for everyone. In the very first episode of the Geely podcast, we share with you how Geely people are standing together to protect and help each other; We talk to people departments including production, sales, and PR, as they share their experiences during the epidemic and their continuous efforts to support friends and families around the world.