Changhe Sales Data & Trends for the Chinese Automotive Market
Changhe auto, established in the 1960s, used to have a manufacturing Joint Venture with Suzuki until it became a subsidiary of Beijing Auto (BAIC) in 2013, after the brand had broken away from Changan. It had been a subsidiary of Changan since 2009, but didn’t receive a lot of attention from its parent, so instead struck a deal with BAIC, who will base all future models on their existing platforms. The first two new models under BAIC were the Freedom M50 (based on the Beijing Auto Weiwang M20) and the Q25 (based on the Beijing Auto Senova X25).
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