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GAC Brand History

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"Guangzhou Automobile Company" is among the six largest Chinese automakers. The head office of GAC is located in the city of Guadzhou, and factories are located in the industrial centers of the country. The company started its activity in 1997.

 

GAC became a subsidiary of the Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group and production facilities were located at their existing Guangzhou Automobile Plant in China.

 

The rapid take-off of the enterprise is explained by the use of the most modern technologies and the desire to embrace various areas of the automotive industry. GAC manufactures and sells cars (Trumpchi, Aoosed, Gonow), off-road vehicles (Changfeng Motor), buses (GAC Bus) and commercial trucks.

 

In 1998, the successful implementation of a joint project with Honda began, during which the sedan was released, the Guangzhou Honda Accord.

 

In 2004, a cooperation agreement was signed with Toyota Motor, and in the spring of 2006 the assembly of the Guangzhou Toyota Camry sedan was organized.

 

In 2010 - GAC and FIAT started developing new models of cars brands Chrysler and Fiat, which saw the world market in 2012.


The company's work was not limited to working with world-famous leaders of the automotive industry and was aimed at promoting their own car brands. So, at the end of 2010, at the international exhibition in Guangzhou was shown Gonow G5, an SUV that has compact dimensions and incredible cross-country capability, as well as the original model of the Aoxuan passenger car. At the same exhibition, but in 2014, visitors saw Trumpchi GA6 - a first-class business-class sedan (which was on sale at the end of the same year).

 

The year 2015 was significant for the company - its crossover GS4 was presented at the international auto show "Detroit Auto Show 2015" (Detroit, Michigan, USA).

 

GAC plants are located in China (Lucquiao, Xiaoshan, Hangzhou, Dongying), Egypt, Iran, South Africa. 

 

Annually GAC produces about one million cars and is among the ten most successful Chinese automakers.