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Red Star Auto

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Red Star Auto

The Red Star Auto Manufacturing Company (红星汽车制造公司) is an automobile manufacturer located in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, People's Republic of China. The company was founded in 1912 under the name Red Star Automobile Works. In it early time the manufacturer was owned by the state.

In 2002 Red Star (红星) was bought from the Shijiazhuang ShuangHuan Automobile Co., Ltd. Since that time ShuangHuan continues the Red Star name. Currently models produced by Red Star are the Red Star Noble and the ShuangHuan CEO. The Red Star vehicles can be distinguished on the brand logo and/or on the Vehicle Identification Number. Red Star is using the code LHA.

In addition to automotive production, the company maintains a network of dealers and repair shops under its Red Star brand name, which can be found in a lot of cities of the Hebei province.

External links

  • Official Website of the Red Star Auto Manufacturing Company


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