Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC) and its confusing array of subsidiaries and (sub-)brands (BAIC, BAW, BJEV, Huansu, Senova, Weiwang) is looking to consolidate all of its models under a single brand, simply named Beijing. This should become BAIC’s only brand, responsible for its petrol powered cars, crossovers and SUVs as well as EVs.

The Beijing X7 is powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine with 169 hp. Prices range from 104.900 yuan (€12.700,- / US$  14,900) to 146.900 yuan (€17.900,- / US$  20,900). This is in line with rivals like the SAIC Roewe RX5 (99.800-148.800 yuan), Haval H6 (103.000-141.000 yuan), Changan CS75 Plus (106.900-154.900 yuan).

Dimensions are 4.710/1.892/1.715mm with a wheelbase of 2.800mm.

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

 

BAIC
Beijing X7
2020
BAIC
Beijing X7
2021
BAIC
Beijing X7
2022
January 2.004 489
February 500 1.077
March 1.650 1.639
April 1.078
May 1.407
June 1.401 1.605
July 3.103 1.566
August 4.687 1.460
September 4.614 1.888
October 3.791 1.777
November 2.563 1.281
December 2.108 1.762

BAIC
Beijing X7
2021 17.978
2020 22.267

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.

BAIC
Beijing X7
2020
BAIC
Beijing X7
2021
BAIC
Beijing X7
2022
January 2.004 489
February 500 1.077
March 1.650 1.639
April 1.078
May 1.407
June 1.401 1.605
July 3.103 1.566
August 4.687 1.460
September 4.614 1.888
October 3.791 1.777
November 2.563 1.281
December 2.108 1.762

BAIC
Beijing X7
2021 17.978
2020 22.267