Zhejiang Jonway Automobile Co. Ltd. Logo Zhejiang Jonway Automobile Co. Ltd. On January 21, 2011, ZAP completed its acquisition of 51% of the equity shares of Zhejiang Jonway Automobile Co. Ltd. Together, ZAP Jonway combines ZAP’s 16 year experience in electric vehicle design and Jonway’s Auto's volume automobile manufacturing in China. Jonway Automobile manufactures a 3-door and 5-door SUV in China called the A380.  ZAP Jonway is preparing to manufacture electric versions of the A380 as well as new models, both gas and electric.  Learn more about Jonway Automobile at its website:   

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Better World International, Ltd., funded by Cathaya Funds Company, is a BVI company with headquarters in Hong Kong focused on infrastructure technology and services for electric vehicles.  It has developed joint partnerships with power grid companies in China to build out the recharge station networks for electric power and vehicle infrastructures, and on opportunities with companies that provide the core technologies to enhance electric power train conversion and support of fast charging stations.  

Holley Group

Holley Group is the parent of Holley Metering Limited a global leader in electric metering with diversified businesses spanning pharmaceuticals, real estate, telecommunications, and IT.  Holley employs more than 12,000 people and over 800 R&D personnel worldwide.   Headquartered in Hangzhou, Holley operates manufacturing in China, Thailand, Argentina and Uzbekistan.  Holley products are sold through offices in major cities throughout China, India as well as South East Asia and the European market.  For more information, visit


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Samyang Optics (Korea) and ZAP Jonway have entered into a strategic alliance for the distribution of electric vehicles throughout Korea.  ZAP's designed of the electric version of Jonway's A380 5-door SUV will conform to Korean motor vehicles regulations and is capable of 70 MPH with a range of 100+ miles per charge.  The target market in Korea is intra-campus transportation for large government, military, corporate and university campuses.  Korea has announced an investment of 400bn won (US$342.8m) by 2014 for electric vehicle market development.  ZAP Jonway and Samyang Optics have held meetings with representatives of the Korean government to start the process of gaining government approval to import and eventually manufacture the electric SUVs domestically.  For more information, visit:


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ZAP Hangzhou is a joint venture with Holley Group, the world's largest volume producer of electric power meters.  With backing from venture capital firm Better World International and Cathay Funds, the goal of the company is to develop electric vehicle and infrastructure technology with close relationships to public utilities in China,,  ZAP believes Holley's leadership will acceleration the adoption of controlled electric car charge technology.


Remy International, Inc., headquartered in Pendleton, Indiana, is a leading global manufacturer, remanufacturer and distributor of light duty starters and alternators and Delco Remy brand heavy-duty systems. Remy International also manufactures and distributes electric propulsion motors designed with leading edge technology and backed by the security of over a billion miles of proven reliability. In business for over 100 years, today Remy International is actively collaborating with companies throughout the world to develop innovations that are transforming the vehicle industry. Recently, Remy International was recognized by the United States Department of Energy for its leadership role in the hybrid technologies space and awarded a $60 million grant under the Electric Drive Vehicle Battery and Component Manufacturing Initiative.  ZAP Jonway recently signed a joint development agreement to supply electric motors for its SUV and Alias development. To learn more, visit the Remy brand website at