Auto Shanghai 2019:Exhibitions by Chinese State-Owned Automakers

SAIC, BAIC, FAW, Dongfeng, GAC, Changan exhibit numerous NEV models and connected cars



The mid/large-size FAW Hongqi HS7

 This report introduces the vehicles exhibited by Chinese state-owned automakers at the Auto Shanghai 2019.

 SAIC Motor, a subsidiary of the SAIC Group, unveiled the new MAX intelligent connected SUV from its Roewe brand, as well as its Roewe Vision-i concept, featuring what the automaker has dubbed a 5G intelligent cockpit.

 The BAIC Group exhibited vehicles from its subsidiaries such as BAIC, BJEV, and Beijing Automotive Group Off-Road Vehicle. At the show, the Group announced its “High, New, Special” strategy as well as new vehicles such as the Beijing brand BJ40 City Hunter version, the BJEV EX3, and the Senova Zhida.

 The FAW Group, which announced its new Hongqi brand strategy in January 2018, announced its HS5 at the show and its plans to release the HS7 in June.

 The Bestune brand not only debuted its E²concept and T²concept vehicles, but also officially launched its new intelligent connected strategy.

 The Dongfeng Motor Group premiered its D53, the first production version of the eπ concept, and exhibited its Sharing-VAN mobility platform.

 The GAC Group showcased models from GAC Motor’s Trumpchi brand and GAC New Energy Automobile(GAC NE). Its exhibited vehicles included announcements of the Trumpchi GA6, the Entranze concept, and the Aion LX, GAC NE’s first SUV strategic model.

 Changan Auto showed 22 models, including the CS75 PLUS and CS85 COUPE. Additionally, Changan Auto’s Oshan brand displayed five models such as the X7, the COS1° GT, and the E01.


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