Shanghai Motor Show 2011 (2): exhibition by six major state-owned OEMs in China

55 models by SAIC, DFM, FAW, CHANA, BAIC, and GAC

2011/06/15

Summary



 Shanghai Motor Show 2011 (Auto Shanghai 2011) was held in Shanghai from April 21st to 28th, 2011 (Press days: April 19th and 20th).

 The following is a summary of reports on the exhibition of 55 new models to be launched from April 2011 to 2013 by six major state-owned OEMs in China - SAIC (Shanghai Motor Corp.), DFM (Dongfeng Motor Corp.), FAW (China FAW Group), CHANA (Changan Automobile Group), BAIC (Beijing Automotive Group), and GAC (Guangzhou Automobile Group).

 Details are reported of 26 new energy vehicles (including 3 PHEVs, 10 HEVs including Micro HEV, and 13 EVs), and 29 other new production vehicles.


 Incidentally, for a summary of reports on the exhibition of new production vehicles including new energy vehicles by eight Chinese emerging passenger car manufacturers (Chery, BYD, Brilliance, JAC, Geely, Great Wall, Zotye, and Soueast Motor), please refer to the first report ("Shanghai Motor Show 2011 (1): exhibition by eight Chinese major emerging OEMs") on June 7, 2011.



(Note)
1. In this report, "EV" means "Battery Electric Vehicle". "HEV" means "Hybrid Electric Vehicle". "PHEV" means "Plug-in HEV". "TCI" means "Turbo Charging with Inter-cooling". "TGDI" means "Turbo charging with Inter-cooling and Gasoline Direct Injection".

2. Figures such as the max. cruising range and fuel economy without driving conditions are those announced by each OEM



SAIC, DFM, FAW, CHANA, BAIC, and GAC: exhibits that are planned to be launched by 2013

Exhibitor New energy vehicle (PHEV, HEV, EV) New production model
SAIC
(SAIC Motor Corp.)
Roewe new 750 hybrid
Roewe 350 EV, 550 PHEV
Roewe E1
Roewe W5
MG 5
Baojun 630
Maxus V80
DFM
(Dongfeng Motor Corp.)
Dongfeng EV
Fengshen EV
Dongfeng Tianyi EV
Succe EV
Fengshen H30 Cross
Dongfeng Yufeng, Ruiqi
Future Jingyi Cross, Lingzhi M3
Venucia 3box
FAW
(China FAW Group)
Besturn B50 BSG,
Besturn B70 HEV, B50 PHEV, B50 EV
FAW 091F EV
Xiali N5 ISS
Haima 2 EV, Freema EV
FAW X, GO, B9
Besturn B50 diesel
Weizhi V2
FAW Kuncheng Pickup
CHANA
(Changan Automobile Group)
CHANA Clover, Sense
Jinniuxing EV, STT
CHANA CX20 HEV
Luzun Xiaobawang STT
Hafei Junyi
Changhe Fuyun
BAIC (BAIC Group:
Beijing Automotive Group)
Beijing BC301 BSG, C30DB EV Beijing T60, B70, BC301, BC302, B40
Weiwang 306
GAC (Guangzhou
Automobile Group)
Trumpchi Hybrid,
Trumpchi PHEV (E-Trumpchi)
Everus S1
Gonow 6440 concept,
Caiyun 500 Fan gasoline model,
Aoosed G5
Liebao Acumax


SAIC Motor Corp. (SAIC): 7 new models including three new energy sedans and its first Baojun/Maxus model

New energy vehicle: one model to be launched in 2011 and two models to be launched in 2012

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
SAIC
Passenger
Vehicle
Roewe
new 750 hybrid
 The Roewe new 750 hybrid is a HEV sedan developed based on the 2010-model-year Roewe 750 1.8T. 4865/1765/1422 with a wheelbase of 2849mm. The max. speed is 205km/h. The max. cruising range is more than 500km. The fuel economy is 5.6L/100km at 90km/h (improved by 20.5% from the same-type base model). It is scheduled to be launched in 2011.
 The model comes with a 3rd-generation 1.8L Kavachi high-pressure turbo aluminum engine (max. output 118kW/5500rpm, max. torque 215Nm/2500-4500rpm), a BSG motor (max. output 20kW/max. torque 160Nm) for HEV drive mode, SAIC's unique power unit "PowerBox" (details unknown), and a 5-speed AT (with Triple-Mode- economy/sports/snowy road).
Roewe 350 EV  The Roewe 350 EV is a midsize EV sedan developed based on the Roewe 350. 4521/1788/1492 with a wheelbase of 2650mm. The vehicle weight is 1447kg. The max. speed is 150km/h. The cruising range is up to 150km. It takes 30 minutes to charge the battery to 80% and six to eight hours to fully charge it. It was chosen as a model for the EXPO 2010 Shanghai China and its test run began. It is planned to be officially launched in October 2012.
 The model comes with a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery (320V/18kWh. weight more than 200kg) made at a joint venture plant in Shanghai with the US-based A123 Systems and a drive permanent magnet synchronous motor made in-house (max. output 65kW/max. torque 310Nm).
Roewe 550 PHEV  The Roewe 550 PHEV is a PHEV sedan that is developed based on the Roewe 550 (1.8T AT model). 4648/1788/1492 with a wheelbase of 2705mm. The vehicle weight is 1698kg. The max. speed is 175km/h. The cruising range is up to 500km (up to 50km/full-charge in EV mode). The fuel economy is 2.7L/100km (improved by more than 50% compared to the same-type base model). It has multiple drive modes including EV/series/parallel/engine. It is planned to be launched in 2012.
 The model comes with an ISG motor (rated output 25kW), a TM drive motor (rated output 50kW), a drive secondary battery (294V/40Ah), a 1.5L VCT gasoline engine, and a transmission jointly developed with Shanghai Jieneng Automotive Technology, which is under its umbrella, and SAIC Automotive Transmission.

Models other than new energy vehicles: four models including Roewe's first SUV and the first model under Baojun/Maxus brand

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
SAIC
Passenger
Vehicle
Roewe W5  Debut. The Roewe W5 is Roewe's first SUV (5-seat, 4WD, global car). It is developed based on SsangYong's Kyron platform. 4676/1888/1765 with a wheelbase of 2740mm. It is scheduled to be launched in May 2011 (selling price 170,000-300,000 RMB).
 The model comes with a 1.8L Kavachi turbo engine (max. output 118kW/max. torque 215Nm) and 5-speed MT/6-speed AT (Tiptronic), or a 3.2L Tornado XGi high-performance engine (max. output 162kW/max. torque 310Nm) and a 5-speed AT (Tiptronic).
MG 5  Debut. The MG5 is a concept car (4WD) of a mass-produced hatchback. It uses the same platform as the Roewe 350. The wheelbase is 2740mm. Its body adopts high-strength reclaimed hydrated fly ash (HFA). Its production model is planned to be launched in June 2012 (selling price: about 90,000-130,000 RMB).
SAIC-GM-
Wuling
Automobile
Baojun 630  The Baojun 630 is SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile's first model (sedan) under its own brand - Baojun. SAIC and GM jointly developed the model based on the platform of the Buick Excelle. 4597/1736/1462 with a wheelbase of 2640mm. The fuel economy is 6.9L/100km. It will be launched as early as in June 2011 (selling price: about 70,000-90,000 RMB). The company will prepare 300 dealers by the end of 2011.
 The model comes with a gasoline engine, 1.5L P-TEC DOHC-type/VVT-type (max. output 81kW/max. torque 146Nm)/1.8L ECOTEC DVVT-type (max. output 108kW/max. torque 177Nm), and a 5-speed MT/6-speed AT.
SAIC
Commercial
Vehicle
Maxus V80  Debut. The Maxus V80 is a global light van under "Maxus" commercial vehicle brand which the company independently developed based on the models of the UK-based LDV, which it had acquired. The Wuxi plant in Jiangsu prov. produces the model. It is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011.
 There are two series - a short-wheelbase series (5 to 13-seat) of 4950/1991/2070 (2315) with a wheelbase of 3100mm and a long-wheelbase series (5 to 16-seat) of 5700/1991/2315 (2540) with a wheelbase of 3850mm.
 The model adopts a full monocoque body and a slide door. The power system consists of a 2.5L Eco-D TDCi-type VM Motori diesel-powered engine with turbo (rated output 88kW/max. output 100kW) and a 5-/6-speed MT.



SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe new 750 hybrid
SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe new 750 hybrid: A HEV sedan that is scheduled to be launched
in 2011. The max. cruising range is more than 500km.



SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe 350 EV
SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe 350 EV: A midsize EV sedan that is planned to be officially
launched in October 2012. The cruising range is up to 150km.



SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe 550 PHEV
SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe 550 PHEV: A PHEV sedan that has EV/series/parallel/engine
drive mode. It is planned to be launched in 2012.



SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe W5
SAIC Passenger Vehicle's Roewe W5: A global car that is Roewe's first SUV (based on SsangYong's Kyron)



SAIC Passenger Vehicle's MG 5
SAIC Passenger Vehicle's MG 5: A concept car of a mass-produced hatchback that is planned to be
launched in June 2012. It shares the same platform with the Roewe 350.



SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile's Baojun 630
SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile's Baojun 630: the first model under its own brand - Baojun
(based on Buick Excelle's platform), which is jointly developed with GM.



SAIC Commercial Vehicle's Maxus V80
SAIC Commercial Vehicle's Maxus V80: A global light van under the Maxus commercial vehicle brand,
which the company independently developed based on the UK-based LDV's model.






Dongfeng Motor Corp. (DFM): nine new models including four EVs and the first concept car under Venucia brand

New energy vehicle: four EV production models

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Dongfeng
Motor Corp.
Dongfeng EV  The Dongfeng EV is a compact EV car (3-door, 2-seat. development code "EJ02"). 2695/1520/1585mm. The vehicle weight is 770-845kg. The max. speed is 80km/h. The cruising range is up to 110-180km. The electricity consumption is 10kWh/100km. It takes 30 minutes to charge the battery to 80% and five to six hours to fully charge it. It is planned to be launched in 2012.
 The model uses a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery as a secondary drive battery. It is equipped with a solar power generation panel.
Dongfeng
Passenger
Vehicle
Fengshen EV  The Fengshen EV is an EV sedan that is based on the Fengshen S30. 4502/1740/1465 with a wheelbase of 2610mm. The vehicle weight is 1300kg. The max. speed is 130km/h. The cruising range is up to 150km. It is planned to be launched in 2013 (selling price: less than 200,000 RMB).
 The power system consists of a permanent magnet synchronous motor (rated output 42kW/max. output 90kW) and a Li-ion battery (60Ah).
Dongfeng
Xiangfan
Van
Dongfeng
Tianyi EV
 The Dongfeng Tianyi EV is an EV version of a commercial light van that is developed based on the body of Dongfeng Liuzhou Automobile's "Future". 5115/1720/1960 with a wheelbase of 3000mm. The weight of the vehicle body is 2160kg. The gross vehicle weight is 3000kg. The max. speed is 95km/h. The cruising range is up to 140-150km. It takes 2.5 hours to fully charge the battery on a standard power source. The Dongfeng Xiangfan Van plant produces the model. Its test run began in September 2010.
 The model is equipped with an in-vehicle terminal, GPRS wireless telecommunications network, internet, and a distant monitoring system.
 The model comes with a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery (rated voltage/capacity 384V/100Ah), which is supplied by Sky Energy (Luoyang)/Zhejiang GBS Energy, a water-cooled permanent magnet synchronous brushless DC motor (rated output 40kW/max. output 65kW), and a regenerative brake.
Zhengzhou
Nissan
Automobile
Succe EV  The Succe EV is an EV commercial vehicle (CDV: Car Derived Van) which is independently developed based on the Succe. 4420/1695/1825 with a wheelbase of 2695mm. The weight of the vehicle body is 2005kg. The gross vehicle weight is 2490km. The max. speed is 120km/h. The cruising range is up to 200km. It takes 6 hours to fully charge the battery and 20 minutes to charge it quickly to 80% (2 hours to fully charge it quickly). It is planed to be launched in February-March 2012.
 The power system consists of a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery, nonsynchronous three-phase AC motor (max. output 60kW), and CVT.

Models other than new energy vehicles: five new models including two crossovers and a concept car of Venucia's first model

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Dongfeng
Motor
Passenger
Vehicle
Fengshen H30
Cross
 The Fengshen H30 Cross is Fengshen's first crossover that uses the platform of the Fengshen H30. 4336/1760/1528 with a wheelbase of 2610mm. It is launched in April 2011 (selling price 86,800-97,800 RMB).
 The model comes with a 1.6L PSA in-line 4-cylinder engine (max. output 78kW/max. torque 142Nm) and a 5-speed MT/4-speed AT (supplied by AISIN).
Dongfeng
Automobile
Dongfeng Yufeng  Debut. The Dongfeng Yufeng is an independently-developed company's first high-end light van (8 to 17-seat). The exhibit is 5750/2001/2532 with a wheelbase of 3610mm (there are three versions in terms of wheelbase and two in terms of height). The max. speed is 145km/h. It is scheduled to be launched as early as in the second half of 2011 (selling price: less than 200,000 RMB).
 The model comes with Nissan 3.0L ZD30H14-3N-type engine (max. output 100kW/140 ps, max. torque 300Nm) made by Dongfeng Engine and a 6-speed transmission.
Dongfeng
Liuzhou
Motor
Jingyi Cross  Debut. The Jingyi Cross is a crossover that integrates the functions of a large hatchback and an SUV (development code "B20"). 4320/1804/1620 with a wheelbase of 2685mm. It comes with a 1.8L 4G93-type VVT engine (max. output 105kW/max. torque 170Nm) supplied by Shenyang Mitsubishi Motor Engine and a 5-speed MT. The standard fuel economy is 7.9L/100km. It is launched in April 2011 (selling price 79,800 RMB).
 The company is planning to add a model that comes with a 1.5L 4A91S-type Mitsubishi MIVEC aluminum engine that is supplied by Harbin Dongan Power or a 1.8L Kavachi turbo engine supplied by SAIC.
Lingzhi M3  The Lingzhi M3 is an entry model (7-seat) of the Lingzhi MPV. 4655/1695/1940 with a wheelbase of 2800mm. It comes with a 2.0L Mitsubishi 4G63-type engine (max. output 81.6kW/max. torque 163Nm) and a 5-speed MT. The fuel economy is 9.7L/100km. The max. speed is 150km/h. The Liuzhou plant produces the model. It is launched in April 2011 (selling price 83,800 RMB).
Dongfeng
Nissan
Passenger
Vehicle
Venucia 3box  Debut. The model is the first concept car (sedan, based on the 9th-generation Sunny) that Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle announced under its own brand - Venucia. Details of the specifications are not made public. The company plans to start marketing two models including a sedan, one in the first and one in the second half of 2012.
 When it launches the first model, the company will prepare more than 100 dealers and then will increase the number further in 31 province/ government-ruled municipality/ autonomous region nationwide, and 274 local cities, planning to cover 78% of China. In addition, it will utilize Nissan's network for its after-sales service, intending to provide its after-sales service concurrently as the service for Nissan vehicles.



Dongfeng Motor Corp.'s Dongfeng EV
Dongfeng Motor Corp.'s Dongfeng EV: An EV compact car that is planned to be launched in 2012
(3-door, 2-seat, development code "EJ02")



Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle's Fengshen EV
Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle's Fengshen EV: An EV sedan that is planned to be launched in 2013
(based on Fengshen S30)



Dongfeng Xiangfan Van's Dongfeng Tianyu EV
Dongfeng Xiangfan Van's Dongfeng Tianyu EV: An EV version commercial light van that is developed
based on the body of Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor's "Future"



Zhengzhou Nissan Automobile's Succe EV
Zhengzhou Nissan Automobile's Succe EV: An EV commercial vehicle (CDV: Car Derived Van)
that is marketed under Dongfeng brand starting in February-March 2012



Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle's Fengshen H30 Cross
Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle's Fengshen H30 Cross: the first crossover under its own Fengshen
brand, which is launched in April 2011



Dongfeng Automobile's Dongfeng Yufeng
Dongfeng Automobile's Dongfeng Yufeng:
the first high-end light van that the company independently developed (8 to 17-seat)



Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor's Jingyi Cross
Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor's Jingyi Cross: A crossover that is launched in April 2011.
The selling price is 79,800 RMB.



Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor's Lingzhi M3
Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor's Lingzhi M3: An entry model (7-seat) of the Lingzhi MPV,
which is launched in April 2011



Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle's Venucia concept 3box
Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle's Venucia concept 3box: the first concept car under its own
Venucia brand. The company plans to launch two models including a sedan in 2012.





China FAW Group (FAW): nine new models including three new energy vehicles and its first pickup

New energy vehicle: two HEVs and one EV

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
FAW Car Besture B50 BSG
(Micro HEV)
 The Besture B50 BSG is a micro HEV sedan that is independently developed based on the Besture B50. 4600/1785/1435 with a wheelbase of 2675mm. The fuel economy is 6L/100km at 90km/h (improved by 5% in NEDC mode and by 12% in city mode than the same-type base model). The max. speed is 190km/h. It is planned to be launched in 2012 (selling price: less than 140,000 RMB).
 The model comes with an idle reduction system with BSG, a 1.6L gasoline engine (max. output 76kW/max. torque 145Nm), and a 5-speed MT.
Tianjin
FAW Xiali
Automobile
FAW 091F EV  Debut. The FAW 091F EV (dubbed "Weizhi EV") is a concept car (economy sedan). 4300/1680/1500 with a wheelbase of 2425mm. The vehicle weight is 1200kg. The max. speed is 130km/h. The cruising range is up to 170km at 60km/h. The fuel economy is 12kWh/100km. Small-lot production and marketing of a production model are scheduled to begin as early as in 2011.
 The power system consists of a permanent magnet synchronous motor (rated output 20kW) and a Li-ion battery (capacity 70Ah).
Xiali N5 ISS
(Micro HEV)
 Debut. The Xiali N5 ISS is a micro HEV model (sedan) of the Xiali N5. 4156/1645/1435 with a wheelbase of 2405mm. The vehicle weight is 915kg. The fuel economy is 4.9L/100km for a 1.0L version and 5.6L/100km for a 1.3L version at 90km/h, which is improved by about 10% from the same-type base model. The Tianjin plant produces the model. It is planned to be launched as early as in 2012.
 The model comes with a 1.0L L3 CA3GA2-type gasoline engine (max. output 50.5kW/max. torque 90Nm)/1.3L CA4GA1-type gasoline engine (max. output 67kW/max. torque 120Nm), which FAW supplies, an idle reduction system (ISS), and a 5-speed MT.

Models other than new energy vehicles: six models including FAW-GM's Kuncheng pickup and three base models for production models

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
FAW
Technical
Center
FAW X  Debut. The FAW X is a concept car of a mass-produced crossover. 4592/1880/1800 with a wheelbase of 2675mm. The production model is planned to be launched at the end of 2012 or in 2013.
FAW GO  Debut. The FAW GO is a concept car of a mass-produced sports sedan, Besturn B30 (development code "A130"). 4520/1710/1400 with a wheelbase of 2525mm. The production model is planned to be launched in March 2012 (selling price: about 50,000-70,000 RMB).
 The model comes with a 1.4L turbo engine (max. output 90kW/max. torque 200Nm)/1.5L TA1 series 4-cylinder engine (max. output 75kW/max. torque 140Nm) that the company makes and a 5-speed MT/4-speed AT/6-speed DCT. The fuel economy of the model with a 5-speed MT is about 6.7L/100km at 90km/h.
FAW B9  Debut. The FAW B9 is a concept car of a high-end sedan, Besturn B90 (flagship model under its own brand). 4875/1826/1469 with a wheelbase of 2780mm. The production model is planned to be launched as early as in the second half of 2012 (selling price: about 150,000-160,000 RMB).
FAW Car Besturn B50
diesel version
 The Besturn B50 diesel version is a diesel-powered model (sedan) of the Besturn B50. 4600/1785/1435 with a wheelbase of 2675mm. It adopts Bosch EDC17 electronic-controlled system. It is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011.
 The model comes with a 1.6L common-rail center-cooler turbo diesel-powered engine (max. output 67kW/max. torque 210Nm), which is made in-house, and a 5-speed MT. The max. speed is 175km/h. The fuel economy is 4.8L/100km at 90km/h, which is improved by more than 30% compared to the same-type gasoline-powered model.
Tianjin
FAW Xiali
Automobile
Weizhi V2
(Crossover)
 The Weizhi V2 is its first crossover. 3760/1680/1530 with a wheelbase of 2450mm. The max. speed is 166km/h. The fuel economy is 5.5L/100km at 90km/h. It is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011 (selling price: about 60,000-70,000 RMB).
 The model comes with a 1.3L CA4GA1-type VCT-i 4-cylinder engine (max. output 67kW/max. torque 120Nm), which the company manufactures, and 5-speed MT/AMT.
FAW-GM Kuncheng
Pickup
 Debut. The Kuncheng Pickup is FAW-GM's first pickup (4-door, 2-row, 4-seat). 5070/1740/1720 with a wheelbase of 3025mm. The Changchun plant produces the model. It is scheduled to be launched in July 2011 under Jiefang brand (selling price: about 70,000 RMB).
 The model comes with a 2.2L XG491Q-ME-type engine (rated output 76kW/max. torque 193Nm) and a 5-speed MT. The fuel economy is 8.53L/100km. The max. speed is 120km/h.



FAW Car's Besturn B50 BSG
FAW Car's Besturn B50 BSG: A micro HEV sedan in the Besturn series,
which is planned to be launched in 2012



Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's FAW 091F EV
Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's FAW 091F EV: dubbed "Weizhi EV". An EV concept car (economy sedan)



Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's Xiali N5 ISS
Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's Xiali N5 ISS: A micro HEV model (sedan) in the Xiali series,
which is planned to be launched as early as in 2012



FAW Technical Center's FAW X
FAW Technical Center's FAW X: A concept car of a mass-produced crossover that is said to be
launched at the end of 2012 or in 2013



FAW Technical Center's FAW GO
FAW Technical Center's FAW GO: A concept car of a mass-produced sports sedan "Besturn B30",
which is planned to be launched in March 2012



FAW Technical Center's FAW B9
FAW Technical Center's FAW B9: A concept car of a high-end sedan, Besturn B90,
which is planned to be launched as early as in the second half of 2012



FAW Car's Besturn B50 diesel-powered model
FAW Car's Besturn B50 diesel-powered model: A diesel-powered sedan of Besturn B50,
which is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011



Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's Weizhi V2
Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile's Weizhi V2:
its first crossover that is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011



FAW-GM's Kuncheng Pickup
FAW-GM's Kuncheng Pickup: its first pickup (4-door, 2-row, 4-seat).
It is scheduled to be launched under Jiefang brand in July 2011.






Changan Automobile Group (CHANA): eight new models including six new energy vehicles and one minivan each to be launched by companies under its umbrella

New energy vehicle: two HEVs, two EVs and two Micro HEVs

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Changan
Automobile
Clover
(EV)
 Debut. The Clover (EV) is a concept car (4-door) of a mass-produced strategic EV sedan. 4447/1746/1481 with a wheelbase of 2600mm. The max. speed is 130km/h. It takes six hours to fully charge the battery. Its production model is scheduled to be lined off in 2011 (2nd half).
 The model comes with a newly-developed permanent magnet synchronous motor (max. output 125kW/max. torque 300Nm) and a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery (333V/33.8kWh).
Sense
(HEV)
 Debut. The Sense (HEV) is a concept model of a high-end mass-produced HEV (Flagship model under its own brand). 5200/2000/1380 with a wheelbase of 3000mm. The power system consists of an ISG motor, a 3.0L V6/2.0L turbo D20TGDI-type engine. Its production model is planned to be launched as early as 2012.
Jinniuxing
EV
 The Jinniuxing EV is a high-end EV minivan (flagship model) that is independently developed based on the Jinniuxing. 4110/1690/1930 with a wheelbase of 2605mm. The max. speed is 95km/h. The cruising range is 150km. It takes 1.5 hours to charge the battery quickly to 80% and 6 hours to fully charge it.
 The model comes with a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery (336V/60Ah), a permanent magnet synchronous motor (max. output 65kW/max. torque 160Nm), and a 5-speed MT.
Jinniuxing
STT
(Micro HEV)
 The Jinniuxing STT is a micro HEV minivan that is based on the Jinniuxing. 3900/1700 (1710)/1570 (1615) with a wheelbase of 2450mm. The max. speed is 160km/h. The fuel economy is improved by 5% compared to the same-type base model (about 6.8L/100km). It will be launched as early as in 2011.
 The model comes with a power system (that is also used in the CHANA CX20 HEV), which consists of Bosch's STT idle reduction system, a 2nd-generation 1.3L aluminum engine (max. output 63kW/max. torque 110Nm), which the company makes, and a 5-speed MT.
CHANA
CX20 HEV
(Micro HEV)
 Debut. The CHANA CX20 HEV is a micro HEV crossover that is independently developed based on the CHANA CX20. 3900/1700 (1710)/1570 (1615) with a wheelbase of 2450mm. It is scheduled to be launched as early as in 2011.
 The model comes with a power system (that is also used in the Jinniuxing STT), which consists of Bosch's idle reduction system, a 1.3L aluminum engine (max. output 63kW/max. torque 110Nm), and a 5-speed MT.
Hafei Motor Luzun
Xiaobawang
STT
(Micro HEV)
 The Luzun Xiaobawang STT is a micro HEV version (minivan, designed by Italy-based Pininfarina) of the new Luzun Xiaobawang. 3948/1525/1855 with a wheelbase of 2407mm. The max. speed is 110km/h. The fuel economy is 6.3L/100km (improved by 10% compared to the same-type gasoline-powered model). It is launched in April 2011 (selling price 36,900-38,900 RMB).
 The model comes with a STT idle reduction system, Harbin Dongan Engine's 970cc D10A-type (max. output 60 horsepower)/1051cc D11A (max. output 65 ps) 4-cylinder engine, and a 5-speed MT.

Models other than new energy vehicles: one new minivan each by Hafei Motor and Changhe Automobile, which are under the umbrella of Changan Automobile Group

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Hafei Motor Junyi  Debut. The Junyi is company's first own-brand minivan (7/8-seat) that uses a new platform. 4025/1645/1910 with a wheelbase of 2605mm. The fuel economy is 6.6-6.7L/100km. It is scheduled to be launched in June 2011.
 The model comes with Harbin Dongan Engine's 0.97L DA465QA-type (rated output 60 ps/max. torque 84Nm)/1.3L M13R-type (rated output 100 ps/rated torque120Nm) 4-cylinder aluminum engine and a 5-speed MT.
Changhe
Automobile
Fuyun  Debut. The Fuyun is company's own brand new high-end minivan (5 to 8-seat). 4010/1645 (1735)/1910 with a wheelbase of 2605mm. It comes with a 1.2L Suzuki K12B-A-type aluminum engine (max. output 70kW/max. torque 107Nm), which the company makes. It is scheduled to be launched in 2011.



Changan Automobile's Clover
Changan Automobile's Clover:
A concept car of a mass-produced strategic EV sedan that is scheduled to be lined off in 2011



Changan Automobile's Sense
Changan Automobile's Sense: A concept model of a high-end mass-produced HEV that is planned to
be launched as early as in 2012



Changan Automobile's Jinniuxing EV
Changan Automobile's Jinniuxing EV: A high-end EV mini van that is based on the Jinniuxing



Changan Automobile's Jinniuxing STT
Changan Automobile's Jinniuxing STT: A micro HEV mini van that is based on the Jinniuxing.
It is scheduled to be launched as early as in 2011.



Changan Automobile's CX20 HEV
Changan Automobile's CX20 HEV:
A micro HEV crossover that is scheduled to be launched as early as in 2011.



Hafei Motor's Luzun Xiaobawang STT
Hafei Motor's Luzun Xiaobawang STT: A micro HEV minivan that is launched in April 2011.



Hafei Motor's Junyi
Hafei Motor's Junyi: A new mini van (7-/8-seat) that is scheduled to be launched in June 2011.



Changhe Automobile's Fuyun
Changhe Automobile's Fuyun:
A new high-end minivan (5 to 8-seat) that is scheduled to be launched in 2011.






Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC): seven new models including two new energy vehicles, one first model that is based on the Saab model and one minivan

New energy vehicle: one Micro HEV and one EV

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Beijing
Electric
Vehicle
Beijing
BC301 BSG
(Micro HEV)
 The Beijing BC301 BSG is a micro HEV sedan that is developed based on Beijing Hyundai Motor's Elantra. 3995/1718/1500 with a wheelbase of 2500mm. The weight of the vehicle body is 1100kg. The gross vehicle weight is 1480kg. The fuel economy (about 6.0L/100km) is improved by 5-8% compared to the same-type base model. The max. speed is 170km/h. Beijing Electric Vehicle's plant produces the model. It is scheduled to be launched as early as in June 2011(selling price: about 60,000-90,000 RMB).
 The model comes with an idle reduction system that is combined with a BSG air-cooling permanent magnet AC motor (claw pole permanent magnet motor, rated voltage 14V/max. output 2kW), and a 1.5L engine.
Beijing
C30DB EV
 The Beijing C30DB EV is an EV hatchback that is independently developed based on the BC301Z. 3995/1718/1500 with a wheelbase of 2500mm. The weight of the vehicle body is 1450kg. The gross vehicle weight is 1800kg. The max. speed is 120km/h. The cruising range is up to 150km. The electricity consumption is 12.1kWh/100km. It takes 30 minutes to charge the battery quickly to 80% and 6-8 hours to fully charge it. The Beijing Yuqing plant produces the model. Trial production/marketing is scheduled to begin in September 2011 (selling price: about 300,000 RMB).
 The model comes with a water-cooling permanent magnet synchronous motor (rated output 20kW/max. output 45kW, rated torque 64Nm/max. torque 144Nm) for front-wheel-drive and a lithium-ion iron phosphate battery (336V/60Ah/20.16kWh, weight 300kg). Incidentally, the company is currently developing a replaceable drive Li-ion battery, which can be replaced within three minutes.

Models other than new energy vehicles: five new models including first 2/3box model under Beijing brand and first minivan under the Weiwang brand

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
BAIC Motor Beijing T60  Debut. The Beijing T60 is a concept car of a middle-class/high-end sedan under its own brand, "Beijing", which is developed based on the Saab 93 (designed by Italy-based Pininfarina). 4690/1810/1450 with a wheelbase of 2675mm. It comes with a 2.0L gasoline engine with turbo/high-pressure turbo. Its production model is produced at the Beijing plant. It is planned to be launched in 2012.
Beijing B70  The Beijing B70 is a compact city SUV (5-door, 5-seat. a body-on-frame off-road model). The door and the roof top are removable. 4630/1843/1787 (1837) with a wheelbase of 2730mm. It comes with a 2.4L in-line 4-cylinder engine (max. output 105kW/max. torque 217Nm) and a 5-speed MT. It is planned to be launched at the end of 2012 (selling price: less than 200,000 RMB).
Beijing BC301  The Beijing BC301 is a production model of a compact hatchback (planned official name: "C301Z") under its own brand - Beijing. 3998/1720/1503 with a wheelbase of 2500mm. The max. speed is 160-170km/h. It is scheduled to be launched by June 2011 (selling price: about 70,000 RMB. The company targets to sell 200,000 a year by 2013).
 The model comes with 1.3L 4A90M-type (max. output 73kW/max. torque 124Nm)/1.5L 4A91S-type (max. output 83kW/max. torque 147Nm) in-line 4-cylinder Mitsubishi MIVEC aluminum engine supplied by Harbin Dongan Engine and 5-speed MT/4-speed AT (same as the sedan version, BC302).
Beijing BC302  The Beijing BC302 is a (compact) sedan version of the BC301. 4310/1720/1500 with a wheelbase of 2500mm. The max. speed is 160-170km/h. The model is scheduled to be launched in 2011 (selling price: less than 100,000 RMB).
 The model comes with 1.3L 4A90M-type (max. output 73kW/max. torque 124Nm)/1.5L 4A91S-type (max. output 83kW/max. torque 147Nm) Mitsubishi MIVEC aluminum in-line 4-cyliinder engine and 5-speed MT/4-speed AT (same as a hatchback version, BC301).
Weiwang 306  The Weiwang 306 is the first minivan (5/7/8-seat) under its own brand, "Weiwang". It is based on Daihatsu's 2007-model-year Gran Max Van. 4030/1636/1907 with a wheelbase of 2700mm. The max. speed is 130km/h. The standard fuel economy is 6.4L/100km. Eleven combinations are possible for the rear seat. The Zhuzhou plant (Hunan province) produces the model. Its limited local marketing began in April 2011 (The company targets to sell 200,000 a year by 2013).
 The model comes with a 1.3L Liuzhou Wuling Liuji Power's LJ474Q3E2-type water-cooling in-line 4-cylinder aluminum engine (max. output 60.5kW/max. torque 102Nm) and a 5-speed MT (The company plans to add a model with a compact engine that is made in-house in the future).
 Incidentally, the company plans to start marketing of the Weiwang 305Z/307Z in 2012, which is a derivative model with emphasis on baggage carrying capacity and which uses the same platform as the Weiwang 306 (selling price: about 190,000-200,000 RMB).




Beijing Electric Vehicle's Beijing BC301BSG
Beijing Electric Vehicle's Beijing BC301BSG: A micro HEV sedan that is scheduled to be launched
as early as in June 2011 (based on the Elantra).



Beijing Electric Vehicle's Beijing C30DB EV
Beijing Electric Vehicle's Beijing C30DB EV
Beijing Electric Vehicle's Beijing C30DB EV: An EV hatchback (based on the BC301Z),
of which a test marketing is scheduled to begin in September 2011.



BAIC Motor's Beijing T60
BAIC Motor's Beijing T60: A concept car of middle-class/high-end sedan under "Beijing" brand,
which is developed based on the Saab 93. It is planned to be launched in 2012.



BAIC Motor's Beijing B70
BAIC Motor's Beijing B70: A compact city SUV that is planned to be launched at the end of 2012
(5-door, 5-seat).



BAIC Motor's Beijing BC301
BAIC Motor's Beijing BC301: A compact hatchback under Beijing brand. The company is
said to target to sell 200,000 a year by 2013.



BAIC Motor's Beijing BC302
BAIC Motor's Beijing BC302: A sedan model of the Beijing BC301, which is scheduled to be launched in 2011.



BAIC Motor's Weiwang 306
BAIC Motor's Weiwang 306:
It is based on Daihatsu's Gran Max Van. It is the first minivan model under "Weiwang" brand.
The company is said to sell 200,000 a year by 2013. A limited sale begins in April 2011.






Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC): six new models including two new energy vehicles and Everus' first model

New energy vehicle: Trumpchi's HEV and PHEV models scheduled to be introduced on a trail basis by 2012

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
GAC Motor Trumpchi
Hybrid
 The Trumpchi Hybrid is middle-class/high-end HEV sedan (2WD/4WD mode, EV mode is available), which is based on the Trumpchi - company's first model under its own brand, "GAC". The fuel economy is improved by 25-30% compared to the same-type base model. Its test marketing is planned to begin by 2012.
 The model comes with an ISG (Intergrated Starter/Generator) motor, a permanent magnet synchronous motor for rear-wheel-drive, and a drive Li-ion battery.
Trumpchi PHEV
(E-Trumpchi)
 The Trumpchi PHEV is a concept model of a range-extended PHEV middle-class/high-end sedan that is based on the Trumpchi, which is company's first model under its own brand, "GAC". The cruising range is up to 220km. The Guangzhou plant plans to start volume-production in 2013 (to line off in December 2011. A trial production will begin in 2012).
 The model comes with two 8-polar in-wheel motor (max. output 166kW/max. torque 1650Nm) and a drive Li-ion battery (352V/26.4kWh).

Models other than new energy vehicles: four new models including Guangqi Honda Automobile's first model under its own brand, Everus

Exhibitor Exhibit Summary
Guangqi
Honda
Automobile
Everus S1  The Everus S1 is the first model (a compact economy sedan) under its own brand, Everus, which is independently developed based on the former City (Fit Aria). 4420/1690/1495 with a wheelbase of 2450mm (30mm longer than the base model). Sales of the model began in April 2011 through the same dealer network as the Accord (selling price 69,800-99,800 RMB). The sales target in 2011 is 50,000. The company says that it aims to reduce production cost by 20% from the Fit.
 The model comes with Dongfeng Honda Automobile's engine - a 1.3L i-DSI L13A3-type (max. output 60kW/max. torque 116Nm) or a 1.5L VTEC L15A1-type (max. output 77kW/max. torque 136Nm) - and Honda's 5-speed MT/5-speed AT.
GAC Gonow
Automobile
Gonow 6440
concept
 Debut. The Gonow 6440 concept is a concept car of a family minivan that the company independently developed (7/8-seat). It comes with GAC's gasoline engine. The Xiaoshan plant of Hangzhou produces the model. It is scheduled to be launched as early as in December 2011 (selling price: about 80,000-100,000 RMB).
Aoosed G5  The Aoosed G5 is a city SUV (5-seat) under the Gonow brand, which the company spent three years developing independently. 4640/1815/1800 with a wheelbase of 2745mm. A Japanese designer designed the model. It adopts the chassis of Mitsubishi Pajero V31, which Australia-based Prodrive modified. The company procures parts globally.
 The model comes with a 2.4L Mitsubishi 4G69S4N-type gasoline engine (rated output 100kW/max. output 118kW, max. torque 196Nm) and 5-speed MT/Hyundai's 5-speed AT. The fuel economy is 10.5L/100km. The Dongying plant of Shandong province produces the model. It is launched in April 2011 (99,800-123,800 RMB).
 In addition, the company will additionally launch a new model with its own 2.5L GA4D25TCI-type common-rail diesel-powered engine and a 2.0L gasoline/diesel-powered engine in the near future, planning to boost the annual sales volume of the G5 series to 100,000 by 2013.
The company also exhibited the 2012-model-year Aoosed G5, whose exterior including front/rear face is different.
Caiyun 500 Fan
gasoline version
 The Caiyun 500 Fan is a high-end 4WD pickup (double cab, Isuzu's chassis technology is adopted). 5080/1725/1730 (1760) with a wheelbase of 3025mm. It is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011 (selling price: about 90,000-100,000 RMB).
 The 1760mm-high version comes with a 2.4L Shenyang Mitsubishi Motor Engine's 4G69S4N-type engine (rated output 100kW/max. torque 196Nm). The 1730mm-high version comes with its own 2.8L GA4D28TC-type turbo common-rail engine (rated output 70kW/max. torque 225Nm).
 Incidentally, the company started marketing of a diesel-powered model that use GAC Gonow Automobile's diesel-powered engine in April 2010.



GAC Motor's Trumpchi Hybrid
GAC Motor's Trumpchi Hybrid:
A test marketing is planned to begin by 2012. It is a HEV sedan of the Trumpchi.



GAC Motor's Trumpchi PHEV (E-Trumpchi)
GAC Motor's Trumpchi PHEV (E-Trumpchi): A concept car of a range-extended PHEV model of the
Trumpchi, of which volume-production is planned to begin in 2013.



Guangqi Honda Automobile's Everus S1
Guangqi Honda Automobile's Everus S1
Guangqi Honda Automobile's Everus S1: The first model under its own brand, Everus, which the
company independently developed based on the former City. It is launched in April 2011.



GAC Gonow Automobile's Gonow 6440 concept
GAC Gonow Automobile's Gonow 6440 concept: A concept car of a family minivan (7/8-seat)
which is scheduled to be launched as early as in December 2011.



GAC Gonow Automobile's Aoosed G5 2012-model
GAC Gonow Automobile's Aoosed G5 2012-model: The model is planned to be launched in 2012.



GAC Gonow Automobile's Caiyun 500 Fan gasoline-powered model
GAC Gonow Automobile's Caiyun 500 Fan gasoline-powered model: A high-end double cab pickup
that is scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2011 and uses Isuzu's chassis technology.





Other models (scheduled) to be launched in April 2011 or later: six new energy vehicles and three new production vehicles

Other new energy vehicles: one SAIC's model, three FAW Car's models and two FAW Haima Motor's EVs

  Exhibit Launch
(month and)
Year
Drive secondary
battery
(Voltage/Capacity)
Motor
(Max. output/
Max. torque)
Engine
(Max. output/
Max. torque),
Transmission
Max.
cruising
range
SAIC
Passenger
Vehicle
Roewe E1
(EV)
October
2012
lithium-ion iron
phosphate
battery
(320V/18kWh)
permanent
magnet
synchronous
(52kW/155Nm)
n.a. 150km
FAW Car Besturn B70
HEV
September
2011
(A test
run begins)
nickel hydride
battery
(n.a./6Ah)
Two permanent
magnet
synchronous motors
(40kW for each/n.a.)
1.5L in-line
4-cylinder
(75kW/135Nm),
5AMT
n.a.
Besturn B50
PHEV
September
2011
(A test run
begins in
Changchun city)
Li-ion battery
(n.a./35Ah)
Two permanent
magnet
synchronous motors
(40kW for each/n.a.)
1.5L in-line
4-cylinder
(75kW/135Nm,
fuel tank
capacity 58L),
5AMT
n.a.
(70km/full-
charge in
EV mode)
Besturn B50
EV
September
2011
(A test run
begins in
Changchun city)
Li-ion battery
(n.a./60Ah)
permanent
magnet
synchronous
(90kW/n.a.)
n.a. 155km
FAW Haima
Motor
Haima 2EV
(dubbed
"Haima2 EV")
2011 or
later
(A small-lot
production/
sale begins)
Li-ion battery n.a.
(equipped with
its own 3rd-
generation
EV drive system)
More than
150km
Freema EV Announced
in 2010
(A test run
is under way)
lithium iron
phosphate
polymer battery
(replaceable/fixed)
permanent
magnet
brushless DC
n.a. 160km

Other three commercial vehicles other than new energy vehicles

  Exhibit Launch
(month and)
year
(Location of
production
facility)
Length/Width/
Height/Wheelbase
(mm)
Engine
(Max. output/
Max. torque),
Transmission
Remark
Dongfeng
Automobile
Dongfeng Ruiqi 2011
(Zhengzhou)
4980/1690/
1650/2950
Nissan's ZD30D13-3N-type
3.0L (96kW/280Nm),
Isuzu's JC530T4B1-type
Ruiqi's new model (pickup) with a diesel-powered engine. The fuel economy (90km/h) is 8.5L/100km.
BAIC Motor Beijing B40 December
2011 or
later
(Beijing)
4350/1843/
1787(1837)/2450
2.4L in-line
4-cylinder
(105kW/217Nm),
5MT
City SUV (3-door). The door and the roof top can be removable.
GAC
Changfeng
Motor
Liebao Acumax June 2011
or later
(Yongzhou,
Hunan province)
4480/1770/
1462/2640
1.6/1.8/2.0L engine
manufactured
in-house
the first sedan that the company developed independently (development code "CP2").

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