Geely Auto opens R&D facility in Germany to focus on new propulsion system, next-gen mobility technology
New facility will employ about 300 engineers and technology specialists
Chinese automaker Geely Auto has opened a new research and development (R&D) facility in Raunheim, Germany, the company said on 16 May. The Geely Auto Technical Deutschland (GATD) will focus on innovating propulsion systems and next-generation mobility technology. The facility is also expected to employ about 300 engineers and technology specialists.