“Avto Union” JSC has marked another success for 2021, signing a contractual relationship for the import of revolutionary Chinese cars with up to 12 years of warranty with one of the largest Chinese automotive companies, namely Dongfeng Motor Corporation. The future partnership between the companies was perpetuated during an online meeting attended by Mr. Jiang Jiafa (Director of the State Cooperation Company/European Market), Mr. Liu Bin (Business Manager of the State Cooperation Company/European Market), Mr. Gao Wei (Manager of the After-Sales Service Department), Mr. Zhou Hui (Business Manager Sales & Marketing/Dealer Development), the board members of the Balkan Chamber of Commerce & Investment – Mr. Michael Chen, Mr. Zhu Jiang, Mr. Wang Jun, and on behalf of Auto Union Plc – Mr. Milen Christov (Attorney) and Mr. Boris Karpuzov (Sales, Logistics and Original Equipment Manufacturing Manager).

During the meeting, the specification and pricing of the first batch of vehicles on order for export from Dongfeng were also discussed, as well as the brand’s overseas market plan, including the future vision and representation in the European market.

The focus of Avto Union JSC suggests to be a leader in offering vehicles of the future, at affordable prices and with cutting-edge technology. Dongfeng Motor Corporation‘s vehicles firmly and confidently assert their unique style, hi-tech connectivity and reliability through their vision, technology and announced vehicle warranty – an unprecedented 12 years. The brand’s representative in Bulgaria will be the subsidiary company China Motor Company JSC.

Dongfeng Motor Corporation is a Chinese state-owned automobile manufacturer headquartered in Wuhan, Hubei, China. Traditionally one of the “Big Four” Chinese automakers, Dongfeng is currently in the top position in terms of production along with Changan Automobile, FAW Group and SAIC Motor. In addition to cars and light commercial vehicles, the company also produces parts and cooperates with foreign companies, with joint ventures such as Dongfeng Yulon, Dongfeng Yueda Kia, Dongfeng Honda, Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd (DFL, with Nissan), Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroën and Dongfeng Renault (joint ventures of Dongfeng Motor Group).

The company was China’s second-largest vehicle manufacturer in 2014, with a production volume producing over 3.5 million vehicles. Light commercial vehicle production was higher than all other domestic manufacturers at nearly 450,000 units.

Dongfeng Sokon Automobile, known internationally as DFSK Motor (a joint venture between Dongfeng and Chongqing Sokon Industry Group Co Ltd) in turn is also the manufacturer of the electric Dacia Spring.