One of our Young Professional members knew some people in the Beiqi factory and helped us to fix a factory visit. This was the first time we went to a Chinese "factory". They picked us up with 2 buses and the ride took about 1 hour. We didn't actually see anything that had to do with a factory that actually manufacture something. We started the "factory tour" by looking at some info about the company. Where they had offices, what products they developed etc. Somehow the whole set-up about the company felt really cheap and fake.
Arriving, no people to be seen anywhere. This one guide girl shows us company introduction that feels very museum like
Beiqi's own developed electric car that can drive 160 km with one charge. Charging takes about 30-40 minutes
Checking some engine parts on the screen
A silly quiz which only had 12 questions that kept repeating same things
Some car models for show...most of them looked like copies from 1990's cars.
Their own developed battery pack...I don't know about you but to me this looks more home brew than professional factory made
And WHY is there a Hyandai carpet in the car? This kinda explains why the car models look like copies, because they probably were
Nevertheless, it was a GREAT crowd and hilarious visit to see so much strange things here
For big dogs...i guess?
Some of the cars made and then left here
Dusty half made car, impressive Beiqi! This is exactly what I hoped seeing....