With the continuous enhancement of the competitiveness of domestic cars, various car companies have also aimed overseas and want to expand their markets. A few days ago, Leap Motor, a leading domestic automaker brand, officially launched the "going overseas" mode. The first batch of 60 T03s was exported to Israel, marking the first step in overseas layout.
It is reported that Leapmotor's partner is a well-known company in the Israeli automotive industry. It was established in 1981 and its business scale has always been in a leading position in the market. As Leapmotor's first export model, the T03 has passed the EU vehicle form certification, obtained the sales license in the European market, and can be officially registered in all EU countries. Israel also recognizes the EU certification standards and adopts the world's most stringent WVTA vehicle type approval certification system, that is, vehicle product certification according to the regulations of the Economic Commission for Europe and the EU's vehicle certification framework directive.
From 2030, Israel will completely ban the import of gasoline and diesel vehicles, and imported vehicles will only be limited to an electric or natural gas vehicles.
According to the August 2022 delivery data released by Leap Motor, a total of 12,525 units were delivered that month, a record high for four consecutive months, with a year-on-year increase of over 180%. The cumulative delivery from January to August 2022 reached 76,563 units.