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BYD partners with Nic. Christiansen Group to deliver its models in Denmark

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The automaker BYD announced Monday a partnership with the Danish Group Nic. Christiansen to be its National Dealer Partner in Denmark ahead of the expansion to the country later this year.

BYD’s first store in Denmark will open this autumn in Copenhagen allowing customers to test drive the models and the Danish website will be launched in later this month.

“Nic. Christiansen Group is a well-established and trusted automotive business in Denmark, with a network of dealerships throughout the country”, the automaker said.

“Collaboration with local partners is fundamental to BYD’s approach in delivering high levels of localised customer service and knowledgeable product support”, BYD added.

The automaker enhanced that the Group is a leading name in the Scandinavian automotive industry, with extensive experience in distribution and retail with over 50 years of experience.

Michael Shu, General Manager and Managing Director for BYD Europe, said: “It’s a great pleasure to partner with Nic Christiansen Group as we introduce our market-leading technology and some of our latest electric passenger vehicles to customers in Denmark.

Customer service and product satisfaction is always our priority, and BYD values local partnerships to give customers high levels of localised sales and service support.

I do believe that with combination of BYD’s cutting-edge technology and Nic. Christiansen Group’s local knowledge and experience, we will achieve our shared vision of accelerating electrification in Denmark,” he concluded.

On August 1, the company appointed Hedin Mobility Group as Dealer+ partner to provide distribution, sales, and aftersales services in Sweden and Germany for its hybrid-electric vehicles.

The automaker will open its first Swedish store within two months in Stockholm following other cities in Sweden and Germany with the delivery of sold orders expected to start in the last quarter of the year.

Recently, the company announced that it is building its next-generation fleets on NVIDIA’S DRIVE Hyperion architecture. This platform, based on DRIVE Orin, is now in production, and powering a wide ecosystem of 25 EV makers building software-defined vehicles on high-performance, energy-efficient AI compute.

The open DRIVE Hyperion 8 platform allows these companies to individualize this programmable architecture to their needs, leveraging end-to-end solutions to accelerate autonomous driving development.

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