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Bordrin is yet another NEV start-up arriving on the scene, having been established in 2016. The company's founder, Huang Ximing seems to be following in the pattern of Byton's Feng Changge (Jack Feng). After an engineering job with Ford, Huang returned to China and opened offices in Nanjing, China, and in the U.S. at an Oak Park, Michigan location.
Like Byton, Bordrin is also affiliated with FAW, and though it will build its own plant in Nanjing, it is said to be planning to build its first SUV, the B31, at an FAW plant in Tianjin.
The rendering shown here may be the C31 fastback sedan planned for launch in 2022.
Perhaps someone can post a larger image, as I am still a novice at posting them.



http://www.bordrin.com/
https://twitter.com/bordrinmotor?lang=en
 

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Discussion Starter · #10 · (Edited)
From what we have seen, it seems those production licenses are immortal. Even the failed company, Polarsun, transferred its license to WM Motor. And so it seems (reasonable) that FAW Xiali's legal counsel could recover rights to the license it once held. Once it's in a position to produce once again, it appears certain another startup, like Evergrande, will pursue its partnering. That will be the preferred outcome because I don't think it can any longer stand on its own. Let's hope it finds a better suitor next time around.
 
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