List of automobile manufacturers of China

This is a list of current and defunct automobile manufacturers and brand names of China.

Current manufacturers

Former manufacturers

  • Anda'er (1991–2016)
  • Baimin (1980's–2010)
  • Baolong (1998–2005)
  • Binzhou Pride (2006–2008)
  • Dadi Auto (1988–2012) (bought by CHTC)
  • Datong (1954–2000's) (acquired by FAW)
    • Yungang (1989–2000's) (acquired by FAW)
  • Disai (1989–1996)
  • Emgrand (2009–2014) (subsidary of Geely Auto)
  • Fuqi (1969–2013)
  • Fuxing (1994–1998)
  • Guizhou Yunque (1989–2005)
  • Gonow (2003–2016)
  • Greentech Automotive (2009–2018)
  • Huali (1984–2002)
  • Huayang (1990's–2004) (acquired by Lifan Group)
  • Liming (1996–1999)
  • Nanjing Yuejin Soyat (1999–2007)
  • Nushen (1990–2001)
  • Polarsun Automobile (2003–2018)
  • Sanxing (1990–2002)
  • Shanlu Motors (1991–2001)
  • Shuanghuan (1988–2016)
  • Tianju Automobile (1987–2011)
    • Yemingzhu (1988–2011)
  • Tongtian (2002–2005)
  • Xiali (1997–2015)
  • Yangchang Motors (1992–1993)
  • Youngman (2001–2019)

Joint ventures

A foreign car manufacturer is allowed at most 2 joint ventures in China.[1]

Foreign Auto Manufacturer Joint Ventures (with)
BMW Brilliance Auto (BMW-Brilliance), BAIC (BAIC - BMW)
Fiat GAC, BAIC (BAIC FCA Automobile Co. Ltd)
Ford Changan FAW
General Motors (GM) SAIC, FAW, GAC (GAC Chevrolet Opel Motors Co.Ltd)
Honda GAC (Guangqi Honda), Dongfeng Motor Group (Dongfeng Honda)
Hyundai BAIC, Great Wall (Great Wall-Hyundai Motors Co.Ltd)
Jaguar Land Rover Chery (Chery Jaguar Land Rover)
Kia Dongfeng Motor Corporation (Dongfeng Yueda Kia) GAC (GAC Hafei Kia Motors Co Ltd.)
Luxgen Dongfeng Motor, Soueast
Mazda FAW, Changan
Mercedes-Benz BAIC (Beijing-Benz), BYD (Denza)
Mitsubishi Soueast, GAC (GAC-Mitsubishi)
Nissan Dongfeng Motor Group (Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.) , BAIC Group (BAIC Nissan)
Peugeot Dongfeng Motor Group, Great.Wall (Great Wall Peugeot Citroën Co. Ltd)
Renault Dongfeng Motor Group ,FAW (FAW Renault Nissan Motors Co. Ltd)
Suzuki Changan, Dongfeng Motor Group
Toyota GAC (GAC-Toyota), FAW
Volkswagen SAIC, FAW,GAC
Isuzu JMCG, JIM,GAC

See also

References

  1. ^ Staff, W. S. J. (2012-09-11). "Chinese Auto Makers: Joint-Venture Junkies?". WSJ. Retrieved 2017-04-12.