Zoyte Distributors: Contact Info
The requested contact information for the listed Zotye distributors can be found in the attached spreadsheet and a summary presented below. SAIC's Baojun E100 and Chery eQ are possible competitors of Zotye in the US based on the stated specifications.
- Jeff Stoops’ phone number is (765) 587-0074.
- Randy Stoops’ phone number is (765) 288-1903.
- Roger Scholfield’s phone number is 316-688-6400.
- Mary Margaret Latham’s phone number is 866-956-4116.
- Larry Battison’s phone number is 405-495-5800.
- George Doetsch’s phone number is (410) 309-1200.
- Ron Fornaca’s phone number is (619) 470-5600.
- Sam Brnovich’s phone number is 513-390-9299.
- George Whitlow’s phone number is (804) 323-8000.
SAIC's Baojun E100
- SAIC is a Shangai-based automaker. It is one of the oldest motor companies in China and among the first to embrace electric vehicles. SAIC has been aggressively expanding internationally since it signed a partnership agreement with General Motors.
- SAIC’s Baojun E100 is a potential competitor of Zotye going by the stated specifications. The car is a two-seater and electric. Its average market price ranges from $7,191 to $9,232. Baojun E200 also has airbags.
- Although the company has not announced any intended sale of Baojun E200 in the US market, any future distribution would most likely utilize the existing expansive General Motors’ distribution network.
- Chery is another potential Zotye competitor in the US. The Anhui-based company was founded in 1997. It has since grown to be among the largest exporters of passenger cars in China.
- Chery’s eQ is a direct competitor of Zotye based on the stated specifications. The two-seater electric car costs less than $10,000. eQ also has both driver and passenger airbags.
- Chery has also not announced any plans to sell eQ in the US market. However, any future plans would most likely leverage the company’s partnership with HAAH Automotive. Thus, eQ distribution will utilize HAAH-developed online sales platforms.
To find the contact details of the listed distributors, the research team mainly relied on RocketTeach because most phone numbers and email addresses are not publicly available. The choice of the two competitors was guided by the stated specifications. Thus, the Chery eQ and SAIC were chosen because they are electric, cost less than $10,000, and have a maximum of two passengers. The models were also chosen because they are Chinese-made. Although the manufacturing companies have not announced any plans to sell in the US market, their existing partnership with US companies makes them Zotye’s possible competitors in the country. The partnership will most also likely guide future distribution plans as the research shows.