Changan/Chana

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Changan New Energy (Changan Group)

Ossan EV

2018 A compact electric MPV
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Changan New Energy (Changan Group)

Eulove EV

2018 A subcompact electric MPV
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Changan New Energy (Changan Group)

CS75 PHEV

2018 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Changan New Energy (Changan Group)

Benni EC 260

2018 A subcompact electric hatchback
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Changan New Energy (Changan Group)

CS15 EV

2017 A compact electric crossover SUV
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 News
Apr 15, 2019

On April 6, Government of Georgia informed that manufacturing of electric cars will be launched in Georgia. It was announced by Prime Minister of Georgia at the presentation of the first Industrial Business Group focused on eco-friendly production.
According to the Head of Government of Georgia, Changan Corporation made a decision to construct its production factory in Georgia. As the Prime Minister of Georgia noted, strategic partners of Changan Corporation are such companies as Volkswagen and Ford.
Prime Minister of Georgia said from 2020 Georgia will be able to supply the market with electric cars. Plant will be built in Kutaisi. Production capacity of the plant will be 40,000 cars a year, out of which 50% will be designated for the domestic market, while 20,000 cars will be exported to the European Union (EU).
Aigroup Holding, comprising such companies as Aienergy, Aicar, Aipower and Aiproduction, is starting to operate at the Georgian market. It is worth noting that Aigroup Holding covers a car sharing concept, installation of electric chargers and solar energy panels. One of the core directions of the company is to start electric car manufacturing in Georgia.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed a few days ago about it by and between Aigroup and Changan Corporation. MOU will lead to the production of first electric cars under a Georgian trademark.
Govt of Georgia Press Release

Apr 15, 2019

On April 12, Chang’an Auto released its sales and production report for March.
Overall production in March totaled 197,486 units, reflecting a 1.6% y/y decline, while sales totaled 196,606 units, reflecting a 26.9% y/y decline. Year-to-date (YTD) sales from January to March totaled 448,811 units, reflecting a 31.8% y/y decline.
Chongqing Chang’an Auto sold 72,553 units, reflecting a 24.4% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 188,790 units, reflecting a 26.9% y/y decline.
Baoding Chang’an Bus Manufacturing sold 12,449 units, reflecting a 41.7% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 25,688 units, reflecting a 35.4% y/y decline.
Hefei Chang’an sold 6,897 units, reflecting a 21.5% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 17,731 units, reflecting an 18.1% y/y decline.
Chang’an Ford sold 15,265 units for a 66.2% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 36,800 units for a 71.8% y/y decline.
Sales of Chang’an Mazda totaled 14,223 units, reflecting a y/y decline of 7.7%. YTD sales totaled 33,398 units, reflecting a y/y decline of 27.6%.
Jiangling Motor Holding sold 37,408 units for a 2.8% y/y decline. YTD sales totaled 67,448 units for an 11.8% y/y decline.
Chongqing Chang’an New Energy Auto sold 5,411 units. YTD sales totaled 11,853 units.
From Chang’an Auto Shenzhen Stock Exchange press release

Apr 12, 2019

On April 9, Chang’an Auto held a ceremony in Chongqing Liang Jiang New Area (CQLJ) to celebrate the opening of its global smart R&D platform and the start of operation of its global R&D center. It took eight years to construct the center, which has an investment of CNY 4.3 billion and covers a site area of over 1,000 mu (about 165 acres). The center integrates functions such as design, testing, and management, covering 12 major fields including simulation analysis, noise vibration, and passive safety. It has 180 laboratories specializing in hybrid power, air-conditioner systems, and non-metallic materials as well as a world-leading data center based on cloud technologies.
The automaker also showcased its latest R&D achievements. Its commercial operation system for autonomous car sharing is China’s first level-4 connected autonomous car sharing system for urban areas. The company will apply this system nationwide in 2019.
Meanwhile, Chang’an Auto opened the third-generation power system to the public including its NE modular engine platform and the wet DCT (dual-clutch transmission). The second-generation Eado compact hatchback and the CS35PLUS SUV will be equipped with the NE-based 1.4T GDI engine that has an output of 116 kW and up to 260 Nm of torque. They will be produced and launched in Q3 2019.
For new energy, Chang’an Auto will complete construction of three NEV platforms by 2020. It will comprehensively stop sales of fossil fuel vehicles to realize 100% electrification by 2025.
For intelligent products, the company will achieve mass production of level-3 autonomous vehicles by 2020, and level-4 by 2025.

From a Chang’an Auto press release and major media reports