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FAW (First Automobile Works) Group Corporation is China's state-owned automobile manufacturer headquartered in Changchun.
It manufactures passenger cars, small cars, SUVs, light, medium and heavy trucks, buses, as well as spare parts and powertrains.
FAW is the first Chinese car manufacturer.
The company is one of the "big four" automakers in China, along with Chang'an Motors, Dongfeng Motor and SAIC Motor.
In 2014, the automaker produced 2. 7 million vehicles.
The year of foundation of the FAW Group Corporation is considered to be 1953, when the construction of the future plant started at the beginning of the five-year plan.
Initially, FAW produced only commercial trucks.
The only model was the Jiefang, copied from the ZIS-150.
On August 1, 1958, the first passenger car was launched.
It was a luxury government limousine Hongqi CA72, designed to transport senior officials and high-ranking foreign guests.
The design of the car repeated the developments of Chrysler.
Under the hood was a 197-horsepower V8 engine.
In 1986, the brand bought Dalian Diesel Engine Co, a company that manufactures engines for commercial trucks, construction equipment and agricultural machines.
In 1992, First Automobile Works was renamed China FAW Group Corporation.
Despite the fact that FAW has always been one of the largest Chinese automakers, the company sought to establish the strongest relationships with the leaders of the global automotive industry.
In 1990, FAW enters into a joint venture with Volkswagen, becoming the second Chinese automaker to establish close business ties with foreign partners.
The first such company was SAIC, which in 1984 also entered into an agreement with Volkswagen.
Soon, other foreign companies began to appear behind VW, wishing to cooperate with FAW.
The automaker entered into partnership agreements with Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Mazda and others.
In 2005, the Sichuan FAW Toyota Motor Joint Venture began manufacturing the hybrid Toyota Prius, which cost twice as much as its US counterpart in China.
FAW then bought a mild hybrid license from Toyota, which allowed it to develop the Hongqi sedan.
In addition to the sedan, the automaker produces Jiefang hybrid buses.
Under the separate Besturn brand, FAW launches the B70 mid-size luxury sedan, which is based on the first generation Mazda6.