- SERES SF5 models make debut on 2019 Guangzhou Int'l Auto Exhibition
- SERES teams up with BYD Microelectronics to promote dev. of power electronics
- Former General Motors senior executive takes co-CEO of EV startup Seres
- Silicon Valley team still leads Seres' R&D, says co-CEO
- China's EV startup denies laying off 90 employees in Silicon Valley
Chinese EV startup SERES brought two models of its new electric SUV with sports car performance – SF5 to the 17th Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition opened on November 22.[More]
SERES, a subsidiary of Chongqing Sokon Industrial Group Co., Ltd. (601127.SH) recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Shenzhen BYD Microelectronics Co., Ltd. (BYD Microelectronics) to jointly promote the development of power electronics.[More]
Former General Motors senior executive James Taylor has just taken the office as co-CEO of China's electric vehicle (EV) startup Seres and he introduced the company’s new adjustments and plans to a visiting group from China’s Chongqing Liangjiang New Area.[More]
As early as 2016 when Seres set up office in the United States, it decided to develop core technologies of EVs based on the technology highlands of Silicon Valley.
After several years of cultivation, the American company of Seres has formed a globalized development layout in four countries with Silicon Valley as the core and independently completed R&D of electric-drive core technologies such as the motor, electric control and batteries.
More than 1,000 technological achievements of the company are applying for or have received technical patents in China or in the United States.