Chinese automaker Guizhou Changjiang Automobile Co., Ltd has claimed the use of ‘intelligent technology’ has enabled it to assemble its EVs in under two hours.

The company says the entire process of making a new energy vehicle (EV), from plugging wire harness, installing chassis, to alignment and testing, takes less than two hours.

Based in Gui’an New District, the automaker’s site is designed to produce 210,000 EVs annually. It has four production lines and has made its first delivery of electric light trucks.

Chairwoman Zhou Hong said that the company’s intelligent production system and IoT-based production facilities allow it to produce multiple vehicle types.

“We use IT-based management systems such as PDM and ERP. In addition, we have a powertrain lab, chassis dynamometer lab, battery pack/module charging/discharging lab, and more labs for independent whole vehicles.

“We also apply intelligent manufacturing technologies to the production lines, such as robotics, IoT, cloud computing, and intelligent testing equipment.”

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