Hafei Ruiyi

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Hafei Ruiyi
Hafei Ruiyi (front quarter).jpg
Manufacturer Hafei Motor
Also called Effa Picape
Production 1999–present
Designer Pininfarina
Body and chassis
Class Microvan
Pickup truck
Body style Cab-forward pickup
Related Hafei Zhongyi

The Hafei Ruiyi is a microvan-derived pickup truck produced by Chinese manufacturer Hafei Motor and developed in partnership with Pininfarina.[1] The Ruiyi is sold in Brazil and Uruguay under the brand Effa Motors.

In December 2007, the Ruiyi was launched in Chile together with the Zhongyi and Lobo. Microvans and their pickup derivates were extremely popular in Chile during the late 1970s and 80's, and are widely known as pan de molde (sliced bread), basically the same name known in China, mian bao che (bread loaf car (van) because of their shape.[2]

The Hafei Ruiyi is sold as a utility truck in the United States by Mag International Inc.[3] The truck is known in the US as T-MAG and/or T-MAG XC. MAG is also the sole developer and provider of an electric version of the truck.


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  1. ^ The Pininfarina Enjoy in China for Auto Shanghai 2003
  2. ^ China Car Times - Chinese Hero Cars: The Mian Bao Che
  3. ^ Mag International Inc - Home