In this world there are some who are never satisfied with just standing still. They live with passion, a passion for adventure. Once they’ve decided on where they’re going on the road of life, nothing stops them from moving forward. Wind or rain, sand or snow, no amount of hardship can break their will. Han Wei is one of those people.
Karakoram Highway, once a Silk Road pathway is considered one of the world’s “most thrilling roads.” Infamous for its high elevation and dangerous conditions as well the massive support the program required when it was under construction, it’s at times referred to as an “Eighth Wonder of the World.” Although now paved, the treacherous road conditions have made it so only the most reliable vehicles can safely tackle it. For us at Geely, this sounded like a legendary road trip.
In creating “the world’s most connected car” the pressure is on our User Experience, or UX design team, to create the world’s best User Experience. To do this UX designers from Geely Design and CEVT decided to co-locate with fantastic results. We met with Fabiola Rodriguez, Senior UX Designer & Scrum Master at Geely Design and Malin Farmansson, UX designer at CEVT Infotainment. In this interview they talk about their goal of becoming Gothenburg’s best work place and most talented UX team.
Weight is one of the biggest enemies of car designers the world over. With electric vehicles the problem is compounded by the weight and often bulk of the battery pack required to power the car. “Geely Intelligent Power” strategy calls for the launch of 30 new energy vehicles by 2020. Spearheading the drive to reduce weight in such vehicles is a small band of experts at Emerald Automotive Design (EAD), a wholly owned Geely company, housed in Coventry in the United Kingdom.
The Geely Timely Rain program was established in March 2016 with the goal of covering nine provinces and 17 districts with a leading CSR program to cover farming and education with the goal of poverty alleviation – Zhen was one of those those that benefitted from this.