Aptera leadership, Chris Anthony and Jim Chyou, recently sat down with China Global Television Network to discuss the future of solar mobility of Asia Pacific and the formation of a strategic supply agreement with Chery Automobile Co., enabling collaboration and access to the automaker’s established supply chain.
Aptera Co-CEO, Chris Anthony, notes that this agreement marks significant progress for Aptera’s lead up to production and movement towards a solar future: “We’re optimistic our strategic alliance with Chery will help us get our current designs into production quickly.”
Asia Pacific CEO, Jim Chyou noted in the interview that, “Nobody has done what Aptera has been doing which is utilizing solar energy to charge the vehicle. For Asia Pacific, this is a really big deal.”
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