SAIC Motor Corporation Limited is one of China's largest automakers, founded in Shanghai in June 1985. It is currently the 18th largest auto manufacturer in the world and the largest in China. The company has a variety of car models, ranging from luxury to commercial cars.
SAIC produces many passenger cars, including Roewe, MG, and Maxus. Roewe vehicles are known for their cutting-edge technology, modern designs, and luxury production quality.
MG vehicles are more performance and sporty-focused, with a special emphasis on speed and agility. Maxus vans are tailored to customer needs, with plenty of options.
SAIC is actively researching electric and autonomous vehicle technology to stay competitive in the emerging EV market. Their electric vehicles are equipped with sophisticated driver assistance systems and features.
SAIC has the largest market share of all automakers in China, with over 10 million vehicles sold in 2019 alone.
SAIC has invested in joint ventures with some of the world's most prestigious automobile manufacturers, including Volkswagen and General Motors.
In 2015, SAIC participated in the International Consumer Electronics Show, demonstrating an array of advanced mobility solutions.
SAIC has formed various strategic partnerships over the past few years, such as one with Nio, a leading Chinese EV company, which enables collaboration on research and development of autonomous electric vehicles.
SAIC has developed a flexible manufacturing system, allowing them to quickly ramp up production and easily respond to changing market demands.
In 2019, SAIC was the first to launch a mass-production autonomous vehicle in China. This vehicle has advanced ADAS features and can hit a maximum speed of 120 km/h.
SAIC has slowly expanded into the global market with its MG ZS EV, one of the first all-electric SUVs to be sold in the UK.