Auto Shanghai 2023: Electric Vehicles from non-Chinese OEMs (2)

Hyundai, Ford, GM, Stellantis, Mazda, Subaru



Hyundai booth
Hyundai Motor's exhibition booth

  The Auto Shanghai 2023 motor show (the 20th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition) opened at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai on April 18, 2023, and closed on April 27. A total of more than 1,000 companies exhibited at this year's Motor Show. The total area of the exhibition space exceeded 360,000 square meters, attracting 906,000 visitors from China and abroad. A total of 1,200 models and 1,413 vehicles were displayed in the vehicle display area. Of these, 93 were world premieres (28 by global automakers), 64 were concept cars, and 271 models (85 by multinational automakers) were New Energy Vehicles (NEVs: battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrids (PHVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs)).

  This report introduces the NEV and energy-saving models exhibited by the non-Chinese automakers Hyundai Group, Ford, GM, Stellantis, Mazda, and Subaru.

  Among the Korean brands, Hyundai Motor Company (Hyundai) announced the introduction of its high-performance N series in China and celebrated the world premiere of its first model, the Elantra N. The Hyundai EV concept car RN22e and the hydrogen/electric hybrid concept car N Vision 74 also made their China premieres. The Kia brand exhibited three EV models: the EV6 GT, the EV5 concept car, and the EV9 concept car. The Genesis brand exhibited the G80 electric sedan.

  Among the American brands, the HV (hybrid vehicle) version of Ford Motor Company's (Ford's) Edge L seven-seat SUV was launched, and the Mustang Mach-E GT Twister electric SUV and the F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck were presented. General Motors Company (GM) exhibited the Buick-brand Electra E5 electric SUV developed on the Ultium electric vehicle platform, the Chevrolet-brand FNR-XE electric concept car, and the Cadillac-brand Lyriq electric SUV.

  Among the European brands, the Peugeot brand under the Stellantis umbrella held the Asian premiere of its Inception concept car, while the Citroën brand displayed its concept product, THE URBAN COLLËCTIF. The Maserati brand electric SUV Gracale made its world premiere.

  Among the Japanese brands, Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) plans to launch two NEV models developed and produced in China by the end of 2025, and it celebrated the world premiere of its CX-50 (Chinese name: Xingye) HV. Subaru Corporation (Subaru) displayed its first all-electric SUV, the Solterra.


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