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China is Top Exhibitor at Frankfurt Auto Show

Source:  FAW's Hungqi S9

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China has a very high profile at the world's largest auto show, The 2019 Frankfurt International Auto Show, now underway in Germany. 79 Chinese automakers are exhibiting their latest concept cars and new vehicles, making them the top exhibitor at Frankfurt.  Some of their new technology is fascinating, leading edge and trending.

The Hungqi S9
This concept vehicle has the wings of butterflies, converted into butterfly doors.  It's a super sports car with maximum speeds of 400 km/h and a V8T hybrid engine system with a maximum of 1400 horsepower. Hungqi is part of the FAW Group, China's leading automaker.  It also unveiled an electric SUV concept, the E115.  This is the first time in 60 years that Hungqi has participated in an international auto show.

The Wey Forward with R&D Center In Germany

Source:  Wey-S

And, then there is The Wey Forward, another Chinese automaker of note with big global plans.  It's owned by Great Wall Motors.  They showed off the Wey-S, a concept car with Level 4 autonomous driving capabilities.  This company has an important R&D center in Germany.  It's heavily investing in new technologies for their vehicles like AI, electrification, connectivity and hydrogen fuel cells.  The company targets entering the European Union market within two years
is Top Exhibitor at Frankfurt Auto Show

Source:  FAW's Hungqi S9

Trending Technology on Display
China has a very high profile at the world's largest auto show, The 2019 Frankfurt International Auto Show, now underway in Germany. 79 Chinese automakers are exhibiting their latest concept cars and new vehicles, making them the top exhibitor at Frankfurt.  Some of their new technology is fascinating, leading edge and trending.

The Hungqi S9
This concept vehicle has the wings of butterflies, converted into butterfly doors.  It's a super sports car with maximum speeds of 400 km/h and a V8T hybrid engine system with a maximum of 1400 horsepower. Hungqi is part of the FAW Group, China's leading automaker.  It also unveiled an electric SUV concept, the E115.  This is the first time in 60 years that Hungqi has participated in an international auto show.

The Wey Forward with R&D Center In Germany

Source:  Wey-S

And, then there is The Wey Forward, another Chinese automaker of note with big global plans.  It's owned by Great Wall Motors.  They showed off the Wey-S, a concept car with Level 4 autonomous driving capabilities.  This company has an important R&D center in Germany.  It's heavily investing in new technologies for their vehicles like AI, electrification, connectivity and hydrogen fuel cells.  The company targets entering the European Union market within two years

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