China's major OEMs plan their own-brand HEVs, EVs, FCVs (2)
Six private OEMs step up introduction of HEV/EV passenger cars in 2012
In China, the government has rapidly been enhancing and preparing the dissemination and expansion of the new energy vehicle business as part of China's national strategy in recent years. The Chinese government is scheduled to announce plans for the development of a new energy vehicle industry soon.
In the draft, China aims to be the largest seller of new energy vehicles in the world in 2020. Specifically, it targets ownership of 5 million new energy vehicles (PHEV, EV, FCV, etc.) by 2020. In addition, it aims to produce and sell 15 million energy-efficient vehicles such as HEV (including fuel-efficient gasoline vehicles) a year, aiming to be the world leader.
In order to achieve the target, the Chinese government will contribute a total of 100 billion RMB during the next ten years until 2020 for the development of related industries. It is said to be intending to mainly promote the development of EVs, aggressively.
The following report outlines the business plans and model plans for new energy vehicles (PHEV, EV, FCV, etc.) in its own-brand passenger car business by six Chinese private equity-backed OEMs - Chery Automobile, BYD Auto, Brilliance Automobile Group, Jianghuai Automobile Group (JAC), Geely Holding Group, and Great Wall Motor.
For details of the HEVs, EVs, and FCVs passenger car plans by six Chinese state-owned OEMs (SAIC Motor Corp., Dongfeng Motor Corp., China FAW Group, Changan Automobile Group, BAIC Group, GAC Group [Guangzhou Automobile Group]), please refer to "China's major OEMs plan their own-brand HEVs, EVs, FCVs (1) " (No. 961 dated on April 13, 2011).
(Note) "New energy vehicle" in the government's draft means "Clean Energy Vehicle" in Japan, which mainly includes PHEVs, EVs, and FCVs. Including Micro HEVs which represent vehicles with an idle reduction system, HEVs are classified as energy efficient vehicles.
Six major private OEM groups: plans for development and introduction of own-brand HEV, EV, and FCV passenger cars (-2015)
|HEV||Chery A5 ISG||Launch*|
|PHEV||Riich X1 REEV||Launch*|
|Fulwin 2 BSG||Launch*|
|EV||Tiggo 3 EV||Launch*|
|Chery QQ3 EV||Launch*|
|FCV||Eastar FCV||Planned to be launched by 2020
(Production is approved by the government in 2010.
Test run begins)
|EV||Chery A5 XBEV||(The model is announced in 2010. Launch date to be determined)|
|Riich G5 EV|
|Riich M3 EV|
|BYD Auto||EV||e6 (Chinese version)||Launch|
(North American version)
|e6 (European version)||Launch|
|F3DM (North American
|PHEV||F3DM the second generation||Launch|
|PHEV||F6DM||(The model is announced in 2009. Launch date to be determined)|
|EV||EV jointly developed with Daimler||Launch|
|Junjie FSV HEV||Launch*|
|HEV||Junjie Wagon HEV||(The model is announced in April 2009. Launch date to be determined)|
|Bingyue BSG hybrid||n.a. (Test run begins in 2009)|
|EV||Tongyue i EV||n.a. (Test run begins in December 2010)|
|PHEV||Yuanjing 4||(The model is announced in 2010. Launch date to be determined)|
|EV||Yueyue EV||n.a. (The model is scheduled to be announced in 2011)|
|PHEV||Emgrand GPEC-EC8||(The model is announced in April 2010. Launch date to be determined)|
|Gleagle GV5 GSG||Launch|
|Emgrand EC8 GSG||(The model is announced in 2010. Launch date to be determined)|
|Emgrand EX7 GSG|
|Gleagle GX2 GSG|
|Gleagle GC5 GSG|
|Emgrand EX8 GSG|
|Emgrand EV8 GSG|
|Englon TXN GSG||Launch|
|PHEV||Englon TXN PHEV||Launch|
|EV||Gleagle IG EV||Launch|
|Gleagle IG HEV||Launch|
|PHEV||Voleex V80 Plug-in HEV||Launch*|
|HEV||Hover SC60 HEV||Launch|
|EV||Hover M3 EV||(The model is announced in November 2010.
Launch date to be determined)
|(Note) "Launch*" means being launched as early as in said year. "**Launch" means being launched by said year.|
|Definition of the terms in this report
Minivan: passenger cars classified as minivan which is 3.5m long or shorter
ISG: Integrated Starter Generator
BSG: Belt Driven Starter Generator
Micro HEV: vehicle powered by gasoline/diesel engine equipped with an idle reduction system
AC: Alternating Current
DC: Direct Current