RR, my guess is that they are mostly petro driven vehicles. However, back in the mid 2000s Chang'an exported a small volume of vehicles to a Texas company called Tiger Truck. Those were converted to electric motor drive, using lead acid batteries.
I wouldn't want to be in the market for a Chang'an light commercial vehicle.
The lineup is completely irrational, and the Chang'an websites don't help. How can any interested customer make head or tails out a lineup consisting of these names:
Star (Starlight), Shenqi, Onuo,Ouliwei, Kayue, Oushan (aka Oushang or COS),etc.?
Yes, many of these brand names are overlapping, as well.
It's too bad because Chang'an has been hard at work at the minivan and light truck game, from way back when it teamed up with Suzuki, in the 80s.
With the intense competition that is out there in today's marketplace, it doesn't help to have such confusion.