|Headquarters||Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China|
|Subsidiaries||Red Star Auto Manufacturing Company|
|Literal meaning||Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co., Ltd.|
Shuanghuan Auto (officially Shijiazhuang Shuanghuan Automobile Co., Ltd.) is a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Shijiazhuang, Hebei. It was established in April 1988 and acquired the state-owned automobile manufacturer Red Star in 2002.
Shuanghuan's current and former products include:
- 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
Shuanghuan and Wheego Electric Cars have a partnership for the production of electric cars. Jointly produced vehicles include:
Shuanghuan has been criticized and threatened with legal action for copying the Smart Fortwo and the BMW X5, along with the Honda CR-V. In Germany legal action was taken by BMW which resulted in a ban on sales of the Shuanghuan SCEO.
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