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Baic Sales Data, Trends & Analysis for the Chinese Automotive Market

BAIC or Beijing Auto Works, established in 1958, markets the (sub-)brands Beijing Jeep (BAW), Beiqi, Foton, Senova / Saab and Weiwang in China and has manufacturing Joint Ventures with Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai, as well as Yinxiang Motorcycle Group for the Huansu and Bisu brands. It also owns the resurrected Borgward brand through its commercial vehicle division Foton Motor, the Arcfox EV brand through its ownership of BJEV, as well as 70% of Changhe Auto.

Baic Overview

BAIC is a Chinese automobile manufacturer headquartered in Beijing, China. It is the sixth largest automaker in China, with sales of over 1.7 million vehicles in 2021. BAIC produces vehicles under a variety of brands, including Arcfox, Beijing, Changhe, Foton Motor, and Ruili Doda. BAIC was founded in 1958 as a state-owned enterprise. The company’s first car was the Beijing BJ212, a military off-road vehicle. BAIC began producing passenger cars in the 1980s.

In recent years, BAIC has focused on developing electric vehicles. The company’s Arcfox brand is dedicated to electric vehicles. Arcfox cars are equipped with advanced features, such as Level 3 autonomous driving. BAIC also has a number of joint ventures with foreign automakers, including Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, and PSA Peugeot Citroën. These joint ventures produce vehicles for both the Chinese and international markets.

Baic China Sales Figures & Recent Highlights

BAIC cars are sold in China, as well as in a number of other countries, including Russia, South Africa, and Chile. The company is also planning to export its cars to Europe and the United States in the future. BAIC is a major player in the Chinese automotive industry. The company is committed to developing new technologies, such as electric vehicles and autonomous driving. BAIC is also expanding its international presence, and it is likely to become a more significant player in the global automotive market in the years to come.

Baic Annual Sales, Growth and Market Share in China

Below we have a table that shows total Baic sales volumes for the Chinese automotive market, broken out by year since 2005. This data captures all Baic vehicle sales for the entire Chinese automotive market.

Year Sales Growth Market Share
2003 8,941 0.00
2004 543 -93.93 0.00
2005 11,648 2,045.12 0.00
2006 11,062 -5.03 0.00
2007 10,695 -3.32 0.00
2008 13,245 23.84 0.00
2009 9,930 -25.03 0.00
2010 15,529 56.38 0.00
2011 11,921 -23.23 0.00
2012 27,297 128.98 0.00
2013 92,599 239.23 0.01
2014 283,708 206.38 0.02
2015 524,022 84.70 0.03
2016 711,246 35.73 0.03
2017 566,856 -20.30 0.02
2018 437,763 -22.77 0.02
2019 286,343 -34.59 0.01
2020 107,451 -62.50 0.01
2021 85,205 -20.70 0.00
2022 89,311 4.82 0.01

Baic China Annual Sales Units & Growth Chart

Below is a visual representation of Baic’s China sales units over time. We have both the Baic sales units and the market share in the Chinese market. Click on the items in the legend to see each series by itself.

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