BEIJING, May 10 (Xinhua) -- Chinese carmaker Geely sold 105,500 vehicles in April, soaring 44 percent from the previous month, according to the company.
Year on year, its sales volume edged up 2 percent in April.
Geely sold 311,500 cars in the first four months, completing 22 percent of its annual sales target.
Amid the country's recovering automobile market, the firm said it has further promoted the upgrade of its product structure, boasting a 7.2-percent market share in the first quarter.
More new car models will be launched, said president of Geely An Conghui, adding that the delivery of previously stacked-up orders will also contribute to the company's market performance in May and the second quarter this year.