Chinese carmaker, Geely, launched a new online service to try to boost sales in the country.
It joins the likes of Tesla, BMW and Mercedes-Benz who are now actively marketing cars over the internet.
The online trend came due to a high reduction in car sales in China, which cane to 92% in the first half of February.
- Car sales in China fall 92% as coronavirus hits
- Fiat warns of coronavirus risk to Europe car plant
- Jaguar Land Rover ‘shipping parts in suitcases’
Geely, which owns black cab maker The London Electric Vehicle Company and Volvo, said customers can now order and customise their cars on its website.