GWM considered one of the top brands in the world

Great Wall Motors, or GWM as the company is better known, has been recognised as one of world’s most valuable brands.


The ranking has been done by BrandZ, and GWM is considered one of the Top 20 Chinese Brand Builders for 2023.

The BrandZ Top 20 Chinese Brand Builders 2023 report, compiled by a panel of esteemed industry experts and analysts, showcases the most influential Chinese brands that have successfully established themselves as global leaders in their respective industries.

It considers multiple factors, such as market performance, consumer perception and brand investment.

Over the years, GWM has consistently demonstrated its unwavering dedication to delivering high-quality vehicles that embody cutting-edge technology, superior performance and unparalleled safety features.

This recognition as one of the top Chinese brand builders further affirms GWM's commitment to providing exceptional products and experiences to its valued customers in South Africa and globally.

On June 6, GWM released its most recent sales figures. This May, GWM sold 101 020 vehicles. A 26.18 percent increase year-on-year of which 25 131 of these units were sold outside of China.

Moving forward, GWM acknowledges that environmental awareness is a global imperative and the company attempts to align its operations with responsible practices.

GWM has established a comprehensive portfolio of new energy solutions, including electric, hydrogen and hybrid vehicles, enabling the company to satisfy the diverse requirements of consumers seeking eco-friendly modes of transport.

GWM, with the GWM and Haval automotive brands locally available, is poised to strengthen its position in international markets and leave a lasting mark on the global as well as the South African automotive industry, says the company.

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