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Guoji Zhijun Automotive Co., Ltd. is a new company founded by Sinomach Automobile Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries. Beijing-based Sinomach Automobile and its group companies are engaged mainly in the automobile business that involves import, export, trade services, financing, and leasing. It is itself part of the nationally-owned industrial behemoth Sinomach, otherwise known as China National Machinery Industry Corporation (Chinese short name 国机 "Guoji") (wiki). Sinomach also owns YTO Group Corporation (Yituo), an enterprise we are familiar with.

Sinomach Automobile is now turning to the manufacture of new energy vehicles through the establishment of Guoji Zhijun Automotive Co., Ltd. The first product will be, as is mostly the case nowadays, a compact to midsize SUV to be sold under the brand "ZEDRIV". Spy shots of the new SUV, code-named S11, have surfaced and it (although heavily camouflaged) looks similar to the Weltmeister EX5. A plant is reportedly under construction in Ganzhou, Jiangxi province.


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P.S.: Here is an old post on another Sinomach subsidiary.


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Guoji Zhijun Automotive Co., Ltd. has received permission from the Jiangxi Provincial Development and Reform Commission to go ahead with its factory project in Ganzhou. The facility, on completion, will have an annual capacity of 100,000 pure electric vehicles.
ZEDRIV electric cars (official pics)



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Hello CCF mod, I'm not able to see any of the pictures posted in the last three posts. Somehow hotlinking to the original source is likely preventing it. Is mojalbum not allowing you to create any more albums?
I have difficulties accessing Moj Album. I will upload photos later.
I can see pictures from Autohome.
OK. Thanks for the reply.
The automobile production license of Baoding, Hebei-based China Hengtian Automobile Group Light Vehicle Co., Ltd. has been transferred to its wholly-owned subsidiary China Hengtian Zhijun (Ganzhou) Automobile Co., Ltd.

China Hengtian Zhijun (Ganzhou) Automobile Co., Ltd. and Guoji Zhijun Automotive Co., Ltd. are located at the same address of 6, Xuri Avenue, New Energy Automobile Technology City, Ganzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi, the site of Zedriv's upcoming plant. Guoji Zhijun Automotive Co., Ltd. also has an office in Beijing.

China Hengtian Automobile Group Light Vehicle Co., Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of China Hengtian Automobile Group Co., Ltd., based in Beijing.

China Hengtian Automobile Group Co., Ltd. is 51% owned by Hengtian Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., based in Zhengzhou, Henan.

Hengtian Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. is 58.7% owned by China Hengtian Group Co., Ltd. and 20.6% by China Textile Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd.. China Textile Machinery (Group) Co., Ltd. is, in turn, owned 87.6% by China Hengtian Group.

As we know, National SASAC which used to directly control the Hengtian Group turned management control and the affairs of this group over to Sinomach (a.k.a Guoji) a couple of years ago.
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Zedriv zht7000

Three vehicles type approved under Zedriv's own license/enterprise code "ZHT".

The hatchbacks are powered by a 55 kW motor, the SUV has a 90 kW unit.
Some of us cannot open these links.
Yes, I know, and I think I have mentioned it once or twice on earlier occasions. I had thought of saving the HTML pages at MIIT as PDFs (that could conveniently include pictures and text) and attaching them to the relevant posts, but each PDF is going over the limit allowed for PDF attachments here (~520 KB versus 293 KB allowed).

Funny thing is, I myself cannot access these pages directly and am using a web proxy instead:

Erik told me yesterday he could directly access the MIIT site but that had not been possible in the last two months.
ZEDRIV launch

GC1, GC2 and GX5 launched on the market. GC2 comes in two-seat and four-seat versions.

Filed photos from
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I think I missed the news of Sinomach Zedriv being granted a license for NEVs by the NDRC. Wonder when that happened, and whether it was a piggyback arrangement, like we have seen with others?
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