Chinese Buses. Chinese Buses The demand for buses in China is quite high because of the high population and low percentage of car owners in rural areas.
Therefore there are many top Chinese Bus Manufacturers in China that have even began exporting their buses into the global market. Some places include Asia, Europe and Africa. The following is a list of Chinese Bus manufacturers: Anhui Ankai Automobile Limited Company Anhui Ankai Automobile Limited Company was established by its sole sponsor--Anhui Ankai Auto Group Company, by way of issuing and listing A shares at Shenzhen Stock and Securities Exchange. CHANGAN Bus Co., Ltd CHANGAN has 7 vehicle factories including CHANGAN BUS COMPANY except military, over 20 thousand staffs, RMB11.3 billion of assets, 600 thousand vehicles and 360 thousand engine of producing capacity.
Xiamen Golden Dragon Van Co. King Long United Automotive Industry (Suzhou) Co. Liaoning Shuguang Automotive Corp. Yangzhou Yaxing Motor Coach Co. Dongfeng Hangzhou Motor Co., Ltd. Chinese Trucks. Chinese Trucks There are many Trucks manufactured in China.
Many already export to various nations in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. Zhongxing Auto (ZXAuto) Dongfeng Motor (DFM) Dongfeng Motor Corporation (hereafter referred to as DFM) was first established in 1969 and has commanded a leading position in the PRC automotive industry ever since.
BAW. BAW (Beijing Automobile Works) In 1953 The first accessory factory, invested by the nation, was established, producing 17 kinds of accessories such as carburetor and etc.
In 1958 The first accessory factory was renamed as Beijing Automobile Works. Mr. Zhu De, one of founders of P.R China and the chief commander of People's Liberation Army, inscribed the name. BYD. Brilliance. Brilliance China Automotive. Brilliance China Automotive Brilliance China Auto is an automobile manufacturer based in Shenyang, Liaoning in the People's Republic of China.
In 2003 BMW and Brilliance signed a deal for the production of sedans in China. Brilliance China is one of the leading automotive manufacturers in China through its subsidiaries, associated companies and joint ventures in the PRC. The Group's operating segments are divided primarily into the manufacture of (i) minibuses and automotive components, and (ii) sedans. Its commercial vehicle brands include "JinBei" and "Granse" minibuses and its sedan brand includes "Zhonghua". CHANGAN AUTOMOTIVE GROUP. Chang'An Motors Chang'an Automotive Group (also called Chang'an Motors and Chang'an auto) is an industrial manufacturer in Chongqing, China.
The company has three joint ventures to build automobiles with Chinese, Japanese, and Western auto companies, and plans to build self-designed models for export in the near future. As of 2005, Chang'an is the fourth-largest producer of automobiles in China. The company began assembling inexpensive commercial trucks under license from Suzuki Motors in 1990. Shortly after, in 1992, the two companies formed Chang'an Suzuki to built licensed versions of the Suzuki Alto and Swift. Joint ventures: Chang'an Suzuki - 1992–present - With Suzuki Motors Chang'an Ford - 2001–present - With Ford Motor Company Chang'an Ford Mazda Engine - 2005–present - Produces engines with Mazda With Jiangling Motors - Produces the Jiangling Landwind SUV ChangAn Auto Co.
ChangAn is a fast-growing group. Source: Changanauto.com. FAW - FIRST AUTOMOBILE WORKS. FAW (First Automobile Works) First Automobile Works is a manufacturer of automobiles in China.
FAW is China's No. 1 automobile manufacturer. The company was established in 1953. FAW flies throughout the vast skies of the world, spreading its wings and soaring high and far into the bright blue sky In 1988, Chrysler sold much of the machining equipment, as well as a license to the design, of their K-car 2.2 L straight-4 engine to First Auto Works FAW operates many joint venture manufacturing concerns in China. Sichuan FAW Toyota Motor (Changchun City, Jilin Province) produces the Toyota Prius FAW also has a joint venture in Russia with Hebei Zhongxing at Altaysky Kray to produce a local version of the Zhongxing Admiral. Great Wall Motors. HAFEI MOTOR. Jinbei. MG. NANJING (NANQI) AUTOMOBILE. Nanjing (nanqi) Automobile The Nanjing Automobile (Group) Corporation (Yuejin Motor Group Corporation, China's oldest car maker, founded in 1947) is a state-owned enterprise with 16,000 employees.
The group occupies an area of 4,000,000 m², has fixed assets amounting to RMB 12 billion and an annual production capacity of 200,000 vehicles. The group's major products are cars, trucks, and travel buses. The history of Nanjing Automobile (Group) Corporation dates back to 1947. It successfully produced the first light truck in China on March 10th, 1958. The following brands are owned by NAC: Cars Soyat (Chinese car brand, with models licensed from SEAT and Isuzu) MG (Acquired from MG Rover Group with Powertrain Ltd and rights to Wolseley, Austin, Morris, Vanden Plas (outside the US & Canada), American Austin, Princess and Sterling names) Trucks: Yuejin Joint Ventures: Nanjing-Fiat Nanjing-Iveco Nanjing Automobile Corporation sells a range of light trucks under the Yuejin name. Landwind. Roewe. NANJING (NANQI) AUTOMOBILE. Shuanghuan Auto. TJINNOVA. Xin-Kai. Yema. MUST SEE! NOT KIDDING! Chinese Company Yema CLONES The Audi A4, Infiniti EX And VW Tiguan!
Well, it's a well known fact that when it comes to copying, the Chinese have NO shame.
Well this is the doosey of all doosies if you ask us! At the Chengdu Auto Show 2011 Yema showed their Audi A4, Infinti Ex and VW Tiguan clones called E-SUV, T-SUV and the F16!! And we're actually shocked how close they came to the real things! See for yourself and comment below...Full Chengdu Auto Show 2011 Clone GalleryPhotos Courtesy: Auto Ifeng. ZX.