Brands of current/recent products:
Heyue A13 (new J3) (1.3L)
Heyue A13 RS and Cross (new J3 hatchback) (1.3L)
Heyue A30 (J4) (1.5L)
iEV (J3 EV)
J2 (Yueyue) (1.0L)
J3 Cross (1.3L)
J3 EV (iEV)
J3 RS Hatchback (1.3L)
J3 Sedan (1.3L)
Refine A6 (new J7) (1.5/2.0L)
Refine (M1) (2.0/2.4/2.8L)
Refine M3 (2.0L)
Refine M5 (Refine II, M2) (2.0L)
Refine S2 (1.5L)
Refine S3 (1.5L)
Refine S5 (1.8/2.0L)
S1 (Rein) (1.9/2.0/2.4L)
2013: 495,700 (258,400 trucks, 33,800 SUVs, 5,364 MPVs, 115,400 sedans.)
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- 1964: Hefei Jianghuai Auto Works was established on basis of Chaohu Auto Parts.
- 1968: Rolled out the first Jianghuai-brand truck.
- 1990: Zuo Yan’an became the head of Jianghuai Auto on May 20, starting a phase of rapid growth.
- 1993: Annual vehicle sales reached 12,000.
- 1996: First HFC1061 light-duty truck rolled off the production line on April 18.
- 1997: Jianghuai Auto Group Co., Ltd. (JAC) was founded on May 18.
- 2001: Signed agreement with Hyundai on March 16, acquiring the technology for building the H1 MPV in China. Became listed in Shanghai on August 24.
- 2002: JAC Refine, derived from Hyundai H1, rolled off the line on March 18.
- 2003: JAC Gallop heavy-duty truck rolled off the line on October 28.
- 2005: Opened design office in Italy.
- 2006: Opened design office in Japan. JAC Rein SUV, derived from Hyundai Santa Fe, was launched in July at the Guangzhou motor show.
- 2008: Began volume production of the first JAC sedan, the J7 (Binyue) in January. JAC J3 went on sale in September.
- 2009: Signed agreement with NC2 Global LLC in September on jointly building medium- and heavy-duty trucks. JAC J5 and J6 were released in October.
- 2010: Signed agreement with Navistar in September on jointly building diesel engines. Released the Sunray MPV and J2 (Yueyue) mini car in December.
- 2011: JAC cars went on sale in Brazil.
- 2012: Delivered 500 units of "iev" (second-gen J3 EV) in September. Launched "Refine+Heyue" dual-brand strategy in November for its passenger car division; ground broken for JAC plant in Brazil in the same month.
- 2013: In March, JAC Refine S5 SUV was released. Signed contract in the next month to export 2,000 "iEVs" (J3 EVs) to the US.
|News about JAC:
- First Look at JAC’s Subcompact SUV March 15, 2013
- JAC Releases Short-wheelbase Version of Sunray Van March 14, 2013
- JAC Reported 3.78% Sales Decline for 2012 January 6, 2013
- JAC Revamps Naming Structure November 23, 2012
- Official Pics of JAC Rein S5, Previously Known as Rein II November 15, 2012
- Spy Shots of JAC’s New Subcompact, Slotted between J3 & J5 October 24, 2012
- JAC Delivers 500 J3 EVs (“ievs”) September 30, 2012
- JAC Rein II (S2) SUV: 2012 Beijing Auto Show in Pictures (1) April 26, 2012
- Pictures of the Upcoming JAC Compact SUV, SII (B-SUV) March 17, 2012
- JAC Rein Gets Turbo Gasoline Engine March 11, 2011
- JAC Plans to Deliver 2,000 Tojoy/J3 EVs in 2011 February 28, 2011
- JAC Sold 460,000 Vehicles in 2010, 62% More Passenger Cars January 8, 2011
- JAC Yueyue: Cute as a Beauty Queen? December 7, 2010
- JAC Partners with NC2, Navistar September 17, 2010
- JAC (Jianghuai) Teams up with Brazilian Dealer SHC September 10, 2010
- Upcoming Releases: JAC Yueyue Supermini July 7, 2010