According to statistics from SAIC Motors, the cumulative sales or SAIC’s MAXUS Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV80) in the first seven months reached 305, ranking it first in the industry with a market share of 53.42%.
Also according to statistics, from January to June, SAIC Motor’s new energy vehicle sales reached 82,000 units, up 42 percent year-on-year and its Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles ran over 2.1 million kilometers.
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles without emissions are the ultimate goal of developing new energy vehicles.
SAIC Motor’s newly developed third-generation fuel cell system has a power of 115 kW, volume power density of 3.1 kW/L, and allows for a low-temperature start at -30℃. These key indicators have achieved international first-class standards.
China Leader in Fuel Cell Cars
SAIC Motor also took the lead in China in terms of commercialized hydrogen fuel cell passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
SAIC Maxus FCV80 fuel cell wide-body light passenger car, Roewe 950 fuel cell sedan and Sunwin fuel cell bus have an accumulated mileage of more than 2.1 million kilometers. SAIC’s MAXUS FCV80 has a range of 500km. At the same time, the FCV80’s hydrogen storage tank can hold about 6kg of hydrogen and can be refueled in 3-5 minutes.
SAIC’s MAXUS hydrogen fuel cell wide-body light passenger FCV80 has been commercialized in Foshan, Shanghai, Fushun and Wuxi.
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