Shanghai Motor Show 2013 (2): Six emerging major Chinese OEMs
Six new technologies and 28 new models are premiered
This is the second of a three-part series of MarkLines' reports covering 28 new models and six new technologies exhibited by six Chinese major emerging passenger car manufacturers - Chery Automobile/Zhejiang Geely Holding Group/Great Wall Motor/BYD Auto/Brilliance Auto/JAC (Jianghuai Automobile Group) at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show (The 15th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition).
The first report has already been posted in May 2013, covering seven Chinese major state-run OEMs' new models (for details, click here).
The third report to be posted at the end of May 2013 will cover exhibitions by major Japanese, US, European, and Korean OEMs including Toyota/Nissan/Honda and VW/GM/Hyundai.
Shanghai Motor Show 2013: (1) Seven major Chinese state-run OEMs, (3) Major US OEMs (to be released soon), (4) MajorJapanese and Korean OEMs (to be released soon)
North American International Auto Show 2013: (1) US and European OEMs, (2) Asian OEMs
Main new models and technologies exhibited by six major Chinese emerging OEMs at 2013 Shanghai Motor Show
(New model only)
|Chery Automobile||* Cheryα7, β5,All-new QQ||* Chery @ANT2.0 (EV)||* Chery’ｓ core technology platform "iAuto"
* Chery iAuto
(cut model of Cheryα7)
|* Gleagle FE-6 Concept
* Emgrand KC Concept, EV8, EX8
* Englon SC7 methanol
|* Emgrand EC7-EV|
|Great Wall Motor||* HAVAL new H8, new H2,
|* HAVAL H7 (HV)
* Great Wall
* Kulla 2013Type (EV)
|* HAVAL Plug-in Hybrid platform
(3nd-generation platform of plug-in
hybrid vehicle of Great Wall Motor)
|BYD Auto||* BYD Si Rui, S7||* BYD Qin (PHV)||* BYD Green Hybrid Energy
* BYD PM2.5 Green Clean Technology
|Brilliance Auto||* Brilliance C3, H330,
Dazhonghua III concept
|* Brilliance H230 EV|
|* Refine S5, M6
* He Yue A30, S30, A20 (STT)
|* JAC iEV REEV||<Reference>
* The principle of iEV REEV
|Note 1.||Models include new concept cars and new models launched in January 2013 and later|
|* The following abbreviations are used in this report.
|Note 2.||In this report, a standard charging or a standard household charging means recharging from a 220V outlet.|