DONGFENG JUN FENG ELECTRIC CAR STRATEGY
wattEV2buy explores the Dongfeng Jun Feng EV models, electric car strategy, and sales as it vies for a position in the fast-growing Chinese EV market.
The State-owned Dongfeng, one of the top four vehicle manufacturers, is China. It partners with various international auto companies, including the PSA Group, Renault, Honda, Nissan, and KIA. Most of the vehicles it manufacturers is in Joint Venture with these multinationals, except for the vehicles branded under the Dongfeng Fengshen, which is its own. The company was the largest auto company by volume in 2014.
At the Shanghai Auto Show in 2017 Dongfeng introduced yet another brand, Jun Feng, which would only focus on electric vehicles. The first two vehicles announced for the brand was the Jun Feng ER30 known as the SKIO, based on the 2010 Nissan March and the E17, based on the 2014 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 Concept EV.
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Week 11 2017 - Dongfeng introduce yet another EV brand
Dongfeng announced that it will introduce a new EV-specific brand at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. The brand will is named Jun Feng. The first two vehicles announced for the brand was the Jun Feng ER30 SKIO, based on the 2010 Nissan March and the E17, based on the 2014 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 Concept EV.
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