|Headquarters||Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China|
|Subsidiaries||Red Star Auto Manufacturing Company|
Shuanghuan Auto (Chinese: 双环汽车) (officially Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co., Ltd.) is a Chinese automobile manufacturer established in April 1988. In 2002 Shuanghuan acquired the state-owned automobile manufacturer Red Star.
- Shuanghuan Laibao (HBJ 6460; officially manufactured 1988-1998, currently assembled in small series)
- Shuanghuan Jiaolian (HBJ6460 (PickUp) and HBJ5020 (SUV); 1998–2002)
- Shuanghuan Rabo S-RV (1999–2007)
- Shuanghuan SCEO / Shuanghuan CEO (intern: C9; since 2002)
- Shuanghuan Noble / Shuanghuan Bubble (intern: S6; since 2004)
- Shuanghuan S-RV (2007–2010)
 Partnership with Wheego Electric Car
Due to copying the Smart Fortwo and the BMW X5, Shuanghuan has been criticized and threatened with legal action. In Germany legal action was taken by BMW which resulted in a ban on sales of the Shuanghuan SCEO. The badge used by Shuanghuan is very similar to the badge of SsangYong Motor Company.
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