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China's Geely Holding and France's Renault have formally agreed a deal to jointly design and produce electric hybrid and gasoline-fueled vehicles in South Korea for sale there, as well as for export, according to a joint statement by the two automotive groups. The new vehicles, based on Geely’s compact vehicle architecture as well as its hybrid powertrain and other technologies, will be produced at the Renault-Samsung facility in Busan with production forecast to begin in 2024. HEV refers to gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle technology.
Alphabet's (GOOGL) Waymo partners with Geely, which will design and develop electric vehicles for the former.
The vehicles will be designed and developed at Zeekr's facility in Sweden, and later integrated with Waymo's self-driving technology, Geely said on Tuesday. Waymo said it would introduce the vehicles to U.S. roads "in the years to come."