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Changan testing thier MPV .. .spyshots

Well the design is ..... intresting at usual . reminds me of a 2000 Corolla from the front .






But I somehow prefer the Chery V5 over this .
Pictures are Courtesy of Acspy
 

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More pictures of Chang'an CV11.

Is it somehow based on Landwind Fashion MPV ?





 

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cool new headlights, never seen them like that anywhere, soon non chinese cars will copy

and what logo is that?
CHANGAN have new logo?:confused:
 

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chang'an cv11

hello m14: Chang'an CV 11 is the same vehicle as the Jiangling Landwind Fashion CV 9: only with a different front end. They are twinned.
And Chang'an showed this logo for the first time at the Beijing Autoshow, on the Benben (CV 6).
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Hi Laofan,
Are these MPV's also CV9's with yet a different nose? (left photo)
(Looks like they are in a test fleet parking lot somewhere)

And I thought this was what the rear of the Fashion looked like? (right photo)
It's different from the CV11 above posted by Cryptonx.

Chang'an has quite a few MPVs big and small, and it can be a bit confusing sorting them all out.

Ben Ben, Raimondi, Fengshang, Fashion,Yufeng, etc.




 

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Changan CV11 - an independent-developing MPV with international-class quality

Changan's first self-developed MPV rolled off the production line on 26th March in China. Following is the company's earlier press release on this new model:

It is known, the first Changan independent-developing MPV will be officially off production line in earlier 2007, and will entirely march into the transforming MPV market. This MPV as coded by CV11, was the first model of MPV concept car occupying independent-developing property right, debuted in Shanghai Auto Show in April, 2003 and brought about the prevalent attention from automotive industry.

In historic view, in 2006 the sales volume of MPV increased by 33.7% than last year, arriving at 150,000units and occupying 3.66% market share of the whole vehicle market. It is foreseen that the scale of MPV market in 2010 will reach 400,000units, and the blooming market demand will become a new strategic strongpoint for many automotive enterprises.

CV11— an independent-developing MPV with international-class quality

CV11 development strictly follows Changan’s CA-PDS process to organize and development, every stage averagely executes rigid evaluation and examination& approval flow to ensure developed product quality. The independent-developing CV11 occupied high-level technology, gaining 112 accredited patents, among which there are one invention patent, 28 practical new-fashioned patents and 83 patent of appearance.

Generally speaking, CV11 qualifies the requirements of the current national mandatory standards and relevant provisions. This new product has novel、artistic styling and fine comprehensive performance, and especially its safety and driving comfort have reached advanced level compared with other domestic types of the same kind. On the aspect of motive power, it has adopted a new generation engine developed by Changan and FEV altogether. Besides, it is powerful and the engine is highly efficient in environmental protection. It can fully provide the customers with the sensation of driving pleasure and comfort. Guided by the idea of “united space”, the usage of inner space is much more flexible. “CV11 is a MPV in the real sense of self-dependent-development make at international level”, introduced by the responsible person of Changan, “with its outstanding quality, it’s destined to become the most active power in MPV market of China”.

(Editor's note: major dimensions: L/W/H: 4445/1768/1640 mm; Engine: four-cylinder 2.0-liter, capable of 102 kW and 186 Nm)




 

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CV11 (Jiexun) is China's first local brand hybrid vehicle:

December 13, 2007 – China’s first local brand hybrid vehicle Jiexun rolled off assembly in Changan Automobile today, Chinese media reported today.

"It took us 6 years to develop this hybrid and it marks the beginning of mass production of hybrid vehicles at our company today," said Xu Liuping, the president of Changan Automobile at a celebration ceremony. “We will donate 10 Jiexun hybrid vehicles to the Olympics Games next year.”

The hybrid vehicle can save up to 20 percent fuel consumption compared with conventional vehicles and its tailpipe emission can meet EU-IV standards, the report said.

"The volume production of Jiexun indicates that China has grasped core technologies of hybrid vehicles,” Xu said.

Changan Automobile plans to invest 300 million yuan ($40.7 million) to achieve more breakthroughs in hybrid technology and realize volume production.
 

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Martin, please tell us the source of this interesting article.

martin_krpan said:
Hello!
Is CV11 indeed just rebadged Landwind Fashion? The rear is completely different. And why does the complany claim that CV11 is Changan's first self-developed MPV? Why is coorperation with Landwind never mentioned?
The CV11 is said to be a self developed model with IPR. But it was also reported that Italian design house I.DE.A, had a hand in it. Chang'an had 112 patents awarded to it by the Chinese patent office.

As I think you are now aware Landwind is partly owned by Chang'an.

Can we call the Hybrid version a CV11 if the original self developed CV11 is a gas engine model? Maybe it has another number. Anyway it will probably not be known as anything but the Jiexun HEV.

Now I look forward to learning about what type of hybrid powerplant the Jiexun has, i.e. series, parallel arrangement, etc..
 

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Chang'an is working on 1st local brand hybrid chinese auto

State-owned OEM Changan Automobile group has begun production of China's first hybrid car, according to Xinhua, the Beijing government-controlled news agency.

Changan, which unveiled the Jiexun Hybrid as a prototype with a 2.0-litre gasoline engine at the Shanghai motor show in April 2007, said at the time that the vehicle, also known as the CV11, would be priced between the equivalent of US$12,000 and US$19,000.

Production of the conventional CV11 started at the OEM's Yudong plant in March 2007, having debuted at the 2003 Shanghai motor show as the Changan MPV concept. The seven-seater minivan was designed by Italy's IDEA.

While the OEM is yet to provide information on the new production version's powertrain, the conventional CV11 is powered by a 136hp (102kW) 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine developed jointly by Changan and powertrain design and development firm FEV. The CV11 is 4445mm long, 1768mm wide and 1640mm high.

Sales of the Toyota Prius, until now the main hybrid model assembled and sold in China, have been slow since it was introduced two years ago. According to a report in Japan's Nikkei daily, only 299 units of the Prius were sold in the first ten months of 2007. This is due mostly to its steep Yuan 300,000 (US$40,652) price tag, though gasoline is also extremely cheap in China compared to most countries.

Unlike other markets, neither provincial governments nor the authorities in Beijing offer incentives to consumers for hybrid vehicles.

Changan has announced only indicative pricing for the Jiexun Hybrid, stating that a ballpark figure of Yuan 150,000 can be expected, roughly Yuan 20,000 more than the gasoline-only version.

Changan is yet to release images of the production version of this former concept, nor has it stated a date for the start of sales, claiming only that ten cars will be demonstrated at the Olympic Games in summer 2008.
By Glenn Brooks
17 December, 2007
Source: Automotive World
 

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China-first self-designed hybrid car

Hi everybody, latest news about china hybird car, let my first post will be valuable for everyone. In china one automobile group has started making its own hybrid cars, the first such move by a Chinese automaker.
Mass production of the Chinese-designed car, which consumes 20 per cent less fuel than ordinary cars of the same size, was launched after six years of research and development.
Hope this information will make you Chinese people happy :)
 
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