At the 15th Guangzhou International Motor Show, SAIC Chase formally presented China's first commercial operation of fuel cell wide-body light passenger vehicle the FCV80 formal.
SAIC announced that the price would be FCV80 300,000 yuan. The vehicle will also include a 5 years or 100,000 km maintenance free warrant.
SAIC claims that the FCV80 is the first fuel cell light passenger vehicle in the world as well as being the first fuel cell widebody light passenger car model in China.
The company also stated that it already received orders for 100 FCV80 vehicles prior to its unveiling at the Guangzhou Auto Show.
In September 2017, following Beijing, Shanghai, Zhengzhou and Yancheng, Foshan became the fifth commercial operation demonstration project of the Ministry of Science and Technology / UNDP to Promote Commercialization of Fuel Cell Vehicles in China. SAIC Motor took the lead in the Foshan project and agreed to jointly promote the industrialization and commercialization of fuel cell vehicles in China.