In 2020, GWM boosted the increase in sales volume against the market, selling 1,111,598 vehicles for the year, completing 109% of the goal, and once again becoming the national SUV and pickup sales champion.
GWM' Tula Factory in Russia, the first overseas wholly-owned process-wide vehicle manufacturing plant built by Chinese auto brands, was completed and put into production, and the global car HAVAL F7 was also launched in the overseas market.
GWM Company Limited and BMW Group formally signed a joint venture agreement to establish Spotlight Automotive Ltd.
VV7 and VV5 of WEY brand continued to performe well, with a total sales volume of 21,349 units and an increase of 4.3%, which continued to drive sales of GWM.
WEY, the first Chinese luxury SUV brand, was established to build a luxury SUV that “allows more people to afford luxury SUV”.
HAVAL H8 won the C-NCAP five-star safety rating with a score of 54.4.
30 November - In 2014, GWM began to focus on the SUV strategy. With the launch of HAVAL H9, medium and large SUV, and HAVAL H1 and HAVAL H2, small SUV, the product matrix of HAVAL SUV has been gradually completed. In April, the HAVAL lineup composed of 8 HAVAL models appeared at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. In July, HAVAL H2 was launched. In October, the sales of HAVAL H2 exceeded 10,000 units for the first time, ranking among the top five SUV models sold in a single month. In November, HAVAL H1 and HAVAL H9 were simultaneously launched. HAVAL H9 is another model launched by HAVAL to occupy the high-end SUV market. With a price of more than 200,000 yuan, it broke through the ceiling of independent brands.
11 July - In 2013, HAVAL brand became independent officially, thus bringing GWM into an era of dual brand of HAVAL and Great Wall.
01 August - In 2012, GWM sold 625,000 units, with a net profit of 5.708 billion yuan.
In 2011, HAVAL H6, the “national legendary car” was officially launched.
GWM launched Voleex C30 (Great Wall C30), its first sedan car, which won the C-NCAP five-star safety rating.
Great Wall Motors invited more than 500 customers from more than 30 nationalities across the country to participate in a large-scale "elite " event
The Car Engine Factory of GWM Auto Power Division was inaugurated.
The 200,000 Units/Year Car Manufacturing Base of GWM was completed.
GWM won the title of “China's Top 500 Machinery Manufacturers”.
GWM Industry Park Phase III with an annual output of 200,000 units started to built on July 1, 2005.
08 July - GWM was listed among “China's Top 500 Enterprises”, and was listed among "China's Top 10 Listed Private Enterprises" and headed the list of "Hebei's Top 100 Private Enterprises". The second phase of GWM Industry Park was put into operation, further improving GWM’s spare parts supply system.
GWM was listed in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, becoming the first domestic private auto manufacturer listed in Hong Kong.
GWM launched Safe SUV, the first economic SUV in China, which quickly became popular in the market.
Great Wall Motor Company Limited was established with a registered capital of 170.5 million yuan.
Great Wall Baoding Huabei Automotive Co., Ltd was established, which greatly increased the production capacity of GWM.
The 10,000th pickup of GWM rolled off the production line.
Baoding Great Wall Group Co., Ltd was established.
12 October - The first batch of Great Wall pickups were exported to the Middle East, ushering the era of globalization for Chinese auto brands. That year, 1,700 units of Great Wall DEER were sold. GWM established a marketing service network of 200 service outlets and took the lead in the country to practice the distributor mode.
08 July - In 1994, the Chinese government issued the Automobile Industrial Policy, and the cars produced by GWM became unregistered. GWM decided to find a new way out.
03 March - GWM produced the first car.
01 July - Jack Wey, at the age of 26, became the General Manager of Great Wall Motors Industry Company. Within a few years, GWM turned from deficits to profit and expanded its production scale.