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Qingling Motors

Qingling Motors Co., Ltd. (庆铃汽车有限公司) with headquarters in Chongqing is a Chinese automotive and commercial vehicle manufacturers, in place since May 1985. The work under the direction of the President Wu Yun operates as a joint venture in which a 50.1% stake, the Qingling Motors (Group) Co., Ltd.. represents the major shareholder. The Japanese company Isuzu participates with a 20% stake in the company. On building the plant for a total investment of 2,482 million RMB. About 3,050 employees are currently employed at the plant.

Qingling exported to China the Isuzu Trooper as an import model from 1983 to 2005. At that point, the models were obtained from the Japan.

In the fall of 1987, production of the Isuzu Pickup was added. Three years later it was updated to the next generation model. For almost ten years it was the best selling model of Isuzu's in the People's Republic of China. The first SUV, introduced in 1993, was the Isuzu Mu. As a pure sports model from 1997, the company offered in limited quantities the Isuzu Tiejingang which is the sister model to the Japanese Isuzu VehiCROSS. The model name means "Iron King". In 2003, the manufacturer freshened the model range with the Isuzu Jingjizhe and an optical hybrid of Isuzu TF and Isuzu Rodeo, and replaced the Mu. The Isuzu Duogongnengche is a local model, which is an updated version of the Isuzu MU-7 . Both models are exclusively reserved for the Chinese market.

In the commercial vehicle sector, the company manufactures the Isuzu F-Series and the Isuzu Lingqingka, and the Chinese version of the Isuzu Elf is produced. The newest model in the lineup since 2010 is the Isuzu 700P.

Qingling Motors manucatures approximately 100,000 vehicles per year for the local market.


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