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Xinkai Automobile Group Co., Ltd.
Industry Automotive
Founded 1984 (Gaobeidian)
Headquarters Gaobeidian, Hebei, China
Products Automobiles

Xinkai (officially Xinkai Auto Manufacture Corporation) (新凯汽车) is a Chinese car manufacturer headquartered in Gaobeidian. It was founded in 1984.


The company includes the head office in Gaobeidian, a production and assembly line in Zhuozhou, an auto parts manufacturing facility in Qinghe, and an assembly line in Tai'an.

In 2004, Xinkai entered into an agreement with Mercedes-Benz to assemble the Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle for the Chinese market. Xinkai's original trucks are also exported, mainly to Africa and to Latin America. The Xinkai HXK1021 EB pickup truck is sold in Chile as the "Autorrad Ruda".

Xinkai claims an annual production capacity of 60,000 units.[1]


A Mercedes-Benz Police Car manufactured by Xinkai Auto in Hong Kong
(2nd Generation)


  1. ^ "Xinkai Automobile Group Co., Ltd.". Retrieved October 22, 2012. 

External links

  • Xinkai Auto Manufacture CorporationOfficial Website of the (Chinese)
  • Xinkai Auto Manufacture CorporationOfficial Website of the (English)

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