Who owns Roewe?

Two notable brands owned by SAIC itself are MG, a historic British car marque, and Roewe….SAIC Motor.

Revenue US$101.7 billion (2014)
Number of employees 144,955 (2013)
Parent Shanghai’s State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission
Divisions Maxus Roewe MG Motor Nanjing Automobile
Chinese name

What does Roewe mean?

North German (Röwe): metonymic occupational name for a grower or seller of turnips, from Middle Low German rove ‘turnip’.

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Where did the name Roewe car come from?

Roewe vehicles were initially based on technology acquired from defunct British carmaker MG Rover. SAIC was unable to purchase the rights to the Rover brand name (which was bought by Ford instead) and created the Roewe marque as a replacement.

What kind of car is the Roewe i6?

The Roewe i6 is a compact sedan produced by SAIC Motor under the Roewe brand, succeeding the Roewe 550. The Roewe ei6 is the hybrid version of the i6. The Roewe i6 was previewed by the Roewe Vision-R, that debuted during the 2015 Guangzhou Auto Show.

Where did SAIC get the idea for the Roewe?

English engineering firm Ricardo assisted the development of early Roewe models and set up a new company in the UK, Ricardo (2010) Consultants Ltd, which helped bring the 750 to market. According to SAIC, work on the vehicle was also done in China. In 2007, Ricardo (2010) Consultants was purchased by SAIC and renamed SAIC Motor UK Technical Centre.

Who is the CEO of Roewe car company?

According to Roewe CEO Wang Jian, the new Internet technology will allow the joint venture to quickly adapt its cars to become self driving.