Belgium Alcomotive Group to sell Chinese SAIC Maxus Commercial EV in Europe

Maxus is part of the Chinese group SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation). Other brands under this group include Roewe and the aforementioned MG. Maxus will fall under the wings of the Belgian Alcomotive group in Europe. The intention is to sell (electric) commercial vehicles from Maxus in five European countries. This concerns the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Germany.


New commercial vehicle models will be added to the Maxus range. Among others, the smaller eDeliver3 (from 31,990 euros excl. VAT). This is also an electric commercial vehicle. The eDeliver3 will be available in two flavors with a 35 or 53 kWh battery. The range is 226 km and 342 km according to the WLTP measurement.

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It is said that the Maxus van was actually born out of a joint-venture between Daewoo Motor Polska and LDV……
LDV [Leyland Daf Vans, Ltd.] acquired full ownership after the collapse of Daewoo, the designer, and before the acquisition by SAIC.