MG (Morris garages) is a British automotive manufacturing company which started production from early 1920s in the UK. Best known for its two-seat open sports cars, MG also produced saloons and coupés as well.
However since 2011 MG (MG Motor UK Limited) headquartered in Longbridge, Birmingham, United Kingdom, and a subsidiary of SAIC Motor UK, has been owned by the Shanghai-based SAIC Motor. MG Motor designs, develops and markets cars sold under the MG marque. MG Motor is the largest importer of Chinese made cars into the United Kingdom. The marque returned to competitive motorsport in 2012, and won the 2014 British Touring Car Manufacturers Championship.
SAIC MOTOR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD (SMIL) is the largest auto company on China's A-share market and has a total equity of 11.683 billion shares. SAIC Motor strives to grasp the trend of industrial development and speeds up the innovation-driven industrial transformation, and it is growing into a full-range vehicle products and travel services provider from a traditional manufacturing enterprises.
SAIC Motor's business covers the research, production and vehicle sales of both passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company is actively promoting new energy vehicles, the commercialization of Internet-connected cars, It is exploring intelligent driving technology research and industrialization of exploration. It is mainly engaged in the R & D, production and sales of parts for motor drive system, chassis system, interior and exterior decoration, battery, electric drive, power electronics and other new energy vehicles and the core components of the intelligent product system); auto-related services such as logistics, e-commerce, travel, energy saving and charging service; auto-related finance, insurance and investment services; overseas business and international trade; and the layout of industries of big data and artificial intelligence.
SAIC traces its origins to the early years of the Chinese automobile industry in the 1940s, and SAIC was one of the few carmakers in Mao's China, making the Shanghai SH760.
Current SAIC's affiliated vehicle companies include Morris Garages (MG), SAIC MAXUS, SAIC Volkswagen, SAIC-GM, Shanghai General Motors Wuling (SGMW), NAVECO, SAIC-IVECO Hongyan and Shanghai Sunwin Bus Corp (SUNWIN).
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