At present, under the mode of Kawei’s vehicle body platform, Kawei has achieved synchronous development with SG Automobile, Brilliance Auto, GAC Gonow, Dongfeng Motor, JAC, Yangzi Automobile, Haima Motor, Kaima Automobile, Foton and other companies, having developed SG Qisheng F1 CUV, SG Fortuna Ultimate pickups, SG Pickup King, Brilliance Jinbei S50SUV, Guangzhou Automobile Jiao Aoxuan G3SUV, Dongfeng SUV (to be launched in December 2012), JAC new-type pickups, Yangtze large pickups, Kama large pickup and other models.
all of those makers have those cheap basic pick up which have the same parts, like every bigger town have it own factory
No, ausrutherford. Recently auto parts maker Beijing WKW Automotive Parts Co. Ltd. took over 35% stake in Jiangsu Kawei. Kawei group was held by two individuals, Minghua Meng and Lijun Jiang, holding 60 and 40 percent respectively. Beijing WKW acquired 21% from both of them as well as 14% by way of newly issued shares.
Beijing WKW also holds a a 48% stake in Wuzhoulong Motors.
Beijing WKW is one of the many partly-held Chinese subsidiaries of WKW Erbslöh Automotive GmbH. The Erbslöh group is owned by Walter Klein GmbH & Co. KG of Wuppertal (hence WKW) which is controlled by the Mayer family.
Beijing WKW and Wuzhoulong Motors are jointly planning an EV factory in Saxony.
Unfortunately, due to some noncompliance issues (non-submission of an "electric bus safety technical conditions" test report which was required from the manufacturers due to mismatch of declared and actual specifications), the type approval for these vehicles was revoked.