BAIC Group

BAIC Group

Chinese automobile manufacturer
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Beijing Automotive Group Co., Ltd. (BAIC) is a Chinese state-owned automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shunyi, Beijing. Founded in 1958,[2] it is the sixth largest automobile manufacturer in China, with 1.723 million sales in 2021.

The company produces and sells vehicles under its own branding, such as Arcfox, Beijing, BAW, Changhe, Foton Motor, Ruili Doda, as well as under foreign-branded joint ventures such as Beijing-Benz and Beijing-Hyundai. It also produces electric vehicles under some of the previously listed brandings, including dedicated EV brands such as Arcfox. Its principal subsidiaries include the passenger car maker BAIC Motor (44.98% share); military vehicle and light truck maker BAW; and truck, bus, and agricultural equipment maker, Foton Motor.[3] A large proportion of sales BAIC’s sales is in agricultural, commercial, and military vehicles.

Contents

  • 1 History
    • 1.1 Saab technology transfer
  • 2 Brands
    • 2.1 Arcfox
      • 2.1.1 Current Models
    • 2.2 Beijing
      • 2.2.1 Current Models
    • 2.3 Beijing Off-road Vehicles (北京)
      • 2.3.1 Current Models
    • 2.4 BAW
      • 2.4.1 Current Models
    • 2.5 Changhe
      • 2.5.1 Current models
    • 2.6 Foton
      • 2.6.1 Current Models
    • 2.7 Ruili
      • 2.7.1 Current Models
  • 3 Former brands
    • 3.1 Senova
    • 3.2 BLAC
  • 4 Joint ventures
    • 4.1 Current joint ventures
      • 4.1.1 Beijing Hyundai
      • 4.1.2 Beijing Benz
      • 4.1.3 Beijing Foton Daimler
      • 4.1.4 Huansu
      • 4.1.5 Weiwang
    • 4.2 Former joint ventures
      • 4.2.1 Beijing Jeep
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History[edit]

BAIC was originally founded in 1958[4] as Beijing Automobile Works (BAW), which found success producing the Dongfanghong BJ760, a vehicle based on the Soviet GAZ-21.[5]

BAIC was one of the top ten most-productive Chinese automakers in 2010. This may be due to subsidiary Beijing Automobile Works and a sustained surge of popularity for Beijing Hyundai products.[6] It reached fifth place by selling nearly 1.5 millions units garnering a market share of more than 8%.[7] 2011 production of 1.5 million whole vehicles made BAIC the fifth largest vehicle-maker in China that year in terms of units manufactured.[8] BAIC remained fifth in 2012, which saw the company make 1.7 million whole vehicles; 30% of production was commercial or heavy-duty products.[9]

Saab technology transfer[edit]

After several unsuccessful attempts to buy struggling European automakers in 2009, such as Saab, Volvo, and Opel as well as technology from the American Chrysler, BAIC fulfilled its aim of obtaining valuable Western technology that same year purchasing technology from a former unit of General Motors, Saab Automobile.[10] This allows it to produce older Saab models (but not brand them as Saabs[citation needed]) for sale in China.[11]

The intellectual property bought by BAIC includes the rights to three overall vehicle platforms, Saab 9-3 and Saab 9-5 technologies, two engine technologies, and two transmission systems.[12]

Cars with Saab technology were expected to go on sale in 2012[13] but didn’t debut until May 2013.[14] The first Saab-based model on sale is the C70 or 绅宝 (Shenbao), which may be translated as “gentleman’s treasure”.[15]

Brands[edit]

BAIC has a wide product line that includes more than the buses that are its traditional manufacture.[16] Offerings encompass many kinds of commercial vehicles, including: agricultural machinery, construction machinery, light trucks, and military vehicles, etc.[17] As of 2010, commercial vehicle production capacity is estimated to be around 700,000 units per year.[1] Production capacity figures may consider engines and vehicles as discrete.

The company sells self-branded consumer products in addition to joint-venture developed vehicles under the brands of foreign manufacturers Hyundai Motor Company and the Mercedes-Benz Group. BAIC-branded military and civilian light trucks have also been produced.[18]

Arcfox[edit]

Main article: Arcfox
Current Models[edit]

  • Arcfox Alpha-S
  • Arcfox Alpha-T
  • Arcfox α-T

  • Arcfox α-S

Beijing[edit]

See also: Senova
Current Models[edit]

  • Beijing U5
  • Beijing U7
  • Beijing X3
  • Beijing X5
  • Beijing X6
  • Beijing X7
  • Beijing EU5
  • Beijing EU260
  • Beijing EX360
  • Beijing EX3
  • Beijing EX5
  • Beijing EC3
  • Beijing EC5
  • Beijing EC220
  • Beijing Lite R300
  • Beijing U5 Plus (Senova D50)

  • Beijing X6

  • Beijing X7

Beijing Off-road Vehicles (北京)[edit]

Current Models[edit]

  • Beijing BJ30
  • Beijing BJ40
  • Beijing BJ60
  • Beijing BJ80
  • BAIC BJ90
  • Beijing F40
  • BAIC BJ30

  • BAIC BJ40

  • BAIC BJ80

BAW[edit]

Main article: BAW

Beijing Automobile Works Co., Ltd. (BAW) is a subsidiary of BAIC based in Beijing which produces light off-road vehicles, trucks, and military vehicles.

Current Models[edit]

  • BAW Yusheng
  • BAW Ruiling
  • BAW Yueling
  • BAIC BJ212
  • BAIC BJ2020
  • BAIC BJ2022
  • BAIC BJ2023
  • BJ 212

  • BJ 2022

  • BAW Yuanbao

Changhe[edit]

Main article: Changhe
Current models[edit]

  • Changhe A6
  • Changhe Freedom M50
  • Changhe Freedom M70
  • Changhe Q25
  • Changhe Q35
  • Changhe Q7
  • Changhe A6

  • Changhe Q25

  • Changhe Q7

Foton[edit]

Main article: Foton Motor

Beiqi Foton Motor Co., Ltd. (Foton Motor) is a subsidiary of BAIC which designs and manufactures trucks, buses, sport utility vehicles, and agricultural machinery. It is headquartered in Changping, Beijing.[19]

Current Models[edit]

  • Foton Midi
  • Foton Sauvana
  • Foton SUP
  • Foton Toano
  • Foton Tunland
  • Foton View
  • Foton MP-X
  • Foton Grand General
  • Foton Gratour im6
  • Foton Gratour im8
  • Foton Gratour ix5
  • Foton Gratour ix7
  • A Foton BJ6180C8CTD articulated LNG bus in Beijing Bus service

  • Foton Toano

  • Foton Tunland

Ruili[edit]

Ruili is a sub-division of BAIC. They produce their vehicles under the Doda brand.[20]

Current Models[edit]

  • Ruili Doda EV160
  • Ruili Doda V8 (rebadged Joylong iFly)
  • Ruili Doda V2 (rebadged Weiwang M20)
  • Ruili Doda V8

  • Ruili Doda V2

Former brands[edit]

Senova[edit]

Main article: Senova

BLAC[edit]

The Beijing Light Automobile Company (BLAC), until 1988 the Beijing Automobile Factory No. 2, started in the late 1960s when production of the independently developed BJ130 began. Its introduction was slowed considerably by the upheavals of the Cultural revolution.[21] In 1984, assembly of the Isuzu Elf/NHR began (originally as the BJ136, later as the BJ1030/1040/1050 series). In 1988, a new plant for these trucks was built with aid from the Japanese, and petrol and diesel light truck engines were also produced.[22] BLAC went bankrupt in 2002.[21]

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  • A BLAC truck

Joint ventures[edit]

Like many other peers, BAIC has several joint ventures with foreign automakers—including two with Daimler AG.[23]

Current joint ventures[edit]

Beijing Hyundai[edit]
Main article: Beijing Hyundai

Beijing Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd. is an automobile manufacturing company headquartered in Beijing, China, and is a 50:50 joint-venture between BAIC and Hyundai Motor Company. Established in 2002, it manufactures in Shunyi District, a satellite city of Beijing, producing Hyundai-branded automobiles for the Chinese market.[24] New models designed for the Chinese market are due to appear.[25]

  • A Hyundai ix35 produced by Beijing Hyundai

  • A Hyundai Sonata produced by Beijing Hyundai

Beijing Benz[edit]
Main article: Beijing Benz

As of 2010, Beijing Benz, a BAIC joint venture with German automaker Daimler AG, makes the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class models for sale in China and seeks to make more of the models it sells in China locally.[23]

  • A Mercedes C-Class produced by Beijing Benz

  • A Mercedes E-Class produced by Beijing Benz

Beijing Foton Daimler[edit]

Beijing Foton Daimler Automobile Co., Ltd. is a joint venture between Daimler and a BAIC subsidiary, Foton Motor, which makes commercial trucks.[26]

Huansu[edit]
Main article: Yinxiang Group

Huansu is a brand under Beiqi Yinxiang Automobile, a joint venture between Beijing Auto (Beiqi) and the Yinxiang Group from Chongqing.

  • Huansu H6

  • Huansu S5

  • Huansu S7

Weiwang[edit]
Main article: Yinxiang Group

Weiwang is a brand under Beiqi Yinxiang Automobile, a joint venture between Beijing Auto (Beiqi) and the Yinxiang Group from Chongqing.

  • Weiwang 205

  • Weiwang M50F

  • Weiwang M60

Former joint ventures[edit]

Beijing Jeep[edit]

Beijing Jeep Corporation became China’s first Sino-western automotive joint venture when it was established in 1984 with American Motors Corporation. Beijing Jeep subsequently became Beijing Benz-DaimlerChrysler Automotive Co Ltd and then Beijing Benz Automotive Co Ltd.

References[edit]

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  • External links[edit]

    • Official website
    • (BAICIEC) Archived 2017-06-11 at the Wayback Machine Beijing Automotive Import & Export Corporation
    • (BAW) Beijing Automobile Works Co., Ltd. (BAW)

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