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14 Facts About SAIC Motor
SAIC Motor products sell under a variety of brand names, including those of its joint venture partners.
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Two notable brands owned by SAIC Motor itself are MG, a historic British car marque, and Roewe.
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Around this time SAIC Motor created a new holding company for its subsidiaries employed in passenger car production, Shanghai Automotive Group.
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SAIC Motor did manage to obtain some MG Rover technology that was incorporated into a new line of luxury sedans sold under the Roewe marque, and it subsequently purchased the winning bidder.
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In 2012, SAIC Motor retained its top spot among domestic rivals by producing around 3.
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Present-day SAIC Motor is the product of numerous mergers and corporate re-structurings.
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MG SAIC Motor is the largest importer of Chinese made cars into the United Kingdom.
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SAIC Motor is focused on producing Iveco-based heavy trucks which are mostly marketed under the Hongyan marque.
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In June 2019, SAIC Motor closed its UK Technical Centre making over 300 engineers redundant in the process.
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