China’s leading privately-owned automotive technology group Zhejiang Geely Holding has signed an agreement to license its pure electric Sustainable Experience Architecture to ElectroMobility Poland, an electric vehicle manufacturer backed by the Polish government. Geely Holding will also become a technology partner to EMP’s first series of vehicles to be launched under the Izera brand. EMP intends to build its first vehicles based on the SEA architecture at its fully owned and operated manufacturing plants at Jaworzno (Silesia region) in Poland, employing 2400 people. Geely Holding’s SEA architecture will support EMP, Poland’s first domestic vehicle brand in generations, to meet the country’s ambitious transition to electric vehicles. EMP plans to develop multiple electric models for its Izera brand using Geely Holding’s SEA architecture, with the first model being confirmed as a compact SUV. EMP has announced plans for two other models – a C-segment station wagon and a hatchback which will be announced in due course. The agreement represents a significant expansion of the SEA architecture, launched by Geely Holding in September 2020 to be the most flexible and advanced pure electric architecture covering leading hardware, comprehensive software and a wider digital ecosystem. Brands within the Geely Holding Group portfolio have committed to using SEA Architecture, EMP represents the first direct external user of SEA whilst brands such as Zeekr and smart have already begun deliveries of SEA based vehicles to end users.