Voyah is a brand that belongs to a new business unit or division called "Dongfeng Motor Group Co., Ltd. Lantu Automotive Technology Company (Branch)". Development of the cars and brand strategies will be the responsibility of this business unit.
Dongfeng Motor (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. is the manufacturing entity which will operate the plant. Both this and Lantu Automotive are co-located at Huangjinkou Industrial Park in Hanyang dt. of Wuhan, the site of the ex-DRAC factory. (I won't be surprised if Voyah products are made under the "DFR" qualification of DRAC).
DFMC and DFMG are not divisions, these are full-fledged companies. Please refer to this post
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relating to these issues, I mentioned (and Renault clarified) that the eGT venture will continue. 50% of this is held by DFMG, the rest equally by the two foreign partners. But looking at sales and production, it is perhaps only a question of when, not if, eGT will also pack up for good. In Jan-July of this year, eGT produced ~70 (seventy) cars and delivered ~640 cars (in total) to the four brands Renault, Venucia, Aeolus, and Fengon (sales of Forthing's T1 haven't started yet). I am also wondering who is selling Renault's City K-ZE eNuo, since I've heard Dongfeng-Renault sales outlets have either closed down or become franchisees of other brands. Perhaps independent sellers of electric cars.