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Monday, 06 May 2019

In today's newsletter, you will find—as usual—up-to-date information relevant to the lighting community.
But you will also get a whole lot more:

  • The report of the Shanghai auto show with information and pictures of the new models with a zoom in on the Chinese market (find a summary of the report here in today's newsletter). Two senior experts wrote the report, Kamislav Fadel and Jean-Paul Ravier, who have each more than 30 years experience in vehicle lighting;
  • Most of the slides presented at the DVN Shanghai Workshop held less than two weeks ago;
  • For the first time, video in English and Chinese of most of the lectures for those attendees who might have missed some lectures and for DVN Gold members who were not able to attend the workshop. Use your headset to choose your language: Chinese on the right side, English on the left.
  • Pictures of the exhibitions, speakers, attendees, and the networking of the Workshop;

This week's DA information focuses on lidar, which is becoming more and more important for ADAS, AV, and lighting.

Sincerely yours,

DVN President

 

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Numerous Chinese Brands at Shanghai Motor Show PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 06 May 2019

See below the main points of the report of Shaghai autoshow released today.
China has a "big four" collection of state-owned domestic car manufacturers: Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC, in partnership with GM), Dongfeng, FAW, and Chang'an. Beijing Automotive Industry Corporation (BAIC) frequently challenge Chang'an as the fourth largest automaker. Guangzhou Automotive also are state-owned.

1. Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) are headquartered in Shanghai operating in joint venture with General Motors. They had the largest production volume of any Chinese automaker in 2017, making more than 6.9 million vehicles. SAIC sell under a variety of brands including Maxus, MG, Roewe, and Yuejin. Vehicles made by SAIC joint ventures are sold under marques including Baojun, Buick, Chevrolet, Iveco, Škoda, Volkswagen, and Wuling.


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