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Dongfeng Venucia Motor Company
Native name
东风启辰汽车公司
Subsidiary
IndustryAutomotive
PredecessorVenucia marque division of Dongfeng Nissan
Founded7 February 2017
Headquarters,
China
Area served
China
Key people
Ma Lei (Managing director)[1]
ProductsAutomobiles
Production output
Decrease 134,234 (2018)[2]
ParentDongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.
Websitewww.venucia.com/ Edit this on Wikidata
Venucia
Venucia new logo.png
Product typeAutomobile marque
OwnerDongfeng Venucia Motor Company
CountryChina
IntroducedSeptember 2010
MarketsChina
Previous ownersDongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Co, Ltd.
Websitehttp://www.venucia.com/
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese启辰
Traditional Chinese啟辰
Literal meaning
  • Morning star[3]
  • Beginning of a new day

Dongfeng Venucia Motor Company,[note 1] traded as Venucia, is a subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd. established in 2017 and focused on the marketing and production of cars.[4][5][6] The Venucia marque, launched in September 2010, was originally owned by Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle, itself another subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.

History

In September 2010 Dongfeng Nissan unveiled a new marque, Venucia, to be used to sell vehicles developed and designed by the company in China specifically for the domestic market.[7][8]

In November 2011 Dongfeng Nissan announced that the first car to be sold under the Venucia marque would be the D50 mid-class saloon, and that it would go on sale in the first half of 2012.[9]

Dongfeng Nissan unveiled a production version of the Venucia e30 electric car at the 2012 Auto Guangzhou motor show. An earlier version, the Venucia E-Concept was unveiled at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show. Initially, the electric car was scheduled for production in China by 2015, and it has the same bodywork, dimensions, electric-drive specifications and shares other features of the Nissan Leaf. Dongfeng Nissan planned to start a pilot project in 15 Chinese cities to promote Venucia e30 jointly with local governments.[10][11] A total of 216 units were delivered through December 2013. These units are being marketed as Venucia Morning Wind and they are rebadged Leafs since local production has not begun yet.[12] In April 2014 Dongfeng Nissan announced that retail sales of the Venucia e30 were scheduled to begin in September 2014.[13]

Dongfeng Nissan launched its second production model, the R50 five-door mid-size hatchback car, in September 2012.[14] The R50 was designed in China and is aimed at first-time buyers.[15]

The Venucia Viwa concept car was unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show in April 2013, previewing a new production car based on the platform of the Nissan March.[16] The R30 was subsequently launched in 2014.[17]

In its first two years of sales (2012-2014), Nissan claimed 200,000 Venucia cars had been sold.[17]

In January 2015, the T70 was launched,[18] a compact SUV based on the Nissan Qashqai.

In February 2017, Venucia was spun off as a separate subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.[4][5] That same year, the company launched a new mid-sized saloon, the D60, which was the first vehicle incorporating a new design style for the marque.[19]

Design and manufacturing

At first, Venucia's cars were designed directly by Dongfeng Nissan. In 2014, the company announced it would establish a separate facility in Guangzhou aimed exclusively at designing Venucias, called Venucia Design Centre,[20] which was opened in June 2016.[6] In April 2018, Dongfeng Venucia opened an advanced design centre in Shanghai.[21]

The Venucia vehicles are assembled at plants located in Guangzhou and Zhengzhou.[22]

Marketing

The first marque slogan for Venucia was "reading the world in a pleased China" (Chinese: 阅世界,悦中国; pinyin: Yuè shìjiè, yuè zhōngguó).[23] At the 2013 Auto Guangzhou, the marque introduced a second slogan, "vibrant life, within reach" (Chinese: 多彩生活•触手可及; pinyin: Duōcǎi shēnghuó•chùshǒu kě jí).[24] There also was an English-language slogan, "enjoy more".[24] In 2017, the Venucia company introduced the English-language slogan "Better for Better"[4] and the Chinese-language slogan "ingenious craftsmanship, going with you" (Chinese: 匠心匠品,与你同行; pinyin: Jiàngxīn jiàng pǐn, yǔ nǐ tóngxíng).[25] That same year, the company unveiled a revised marque logo,[19] replacing the original five stars on a deep blue background[3][26] for a similar but simpler design.[26]

In February 2014, Venucia agreed to sponsor the Guangzhou Hengda until January 2016, with the club promoting Venucia's model line-up.[27][28] The sponsorship ended in December 2015, after Dongfeng Nissan sued the Guangzhou Hengda for breach of contract because the club allegedly did not include Venucia advert on the team kit as agreed. The Guangzhou Huadu District Court ruled in favour of Dongfeng Nissan.[28]

In June 2015, Venucia sponsored the International Vertical Marathon.[29] In January 2019, Dongfeng Venucia signed an official sponsorship agreement for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.[30]

Products

The following Venucia vehicles are currently available in China:

  • e30, EV based on Nissan Leaf (2015-2018), EV based on Renault Kwid (2019-Present)
  • D60, four-door compact saloon car (2017-)
  • M50V, MPV (2017-)
  • T60, compact five-door CUV (2019-Present)
  • T70, five-door compact CUV (2015-)
  • T90, 3-row mid-size fastback CUV (2016-)

The following Venucia vehicles are discontinued products:

  • R30, five-door supermini (2014-2017)
  • R50, five-door subcompact hatchback (2012--2017) based on the Nissan Tiida hatchback
  • R50X, AWD raised hatchback (2013--2017) based on the Nissan Tiida hatchback
  • D50, four-door subcompact saloon car (2012--2017) based on the Nissan Tiida sedan
  • T70X, raised AWD compact five-door CUV (2015--2017)

Concept cars

  • Venucia Viwa (electric vehicle concept, 2013)[31]
  • Venucia Vow (coupe concept, 2015)[32]
  • Venucia The X (crossover concept, 2018)[21]
  • Venucia The V (crossover concept, 2019)

Notes

  1. ^ The company name is also translated as Dongfeng Venucia Vehicle Company.

References

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  13. ^ Blanco, Sebastian (21 April 2014). "Chinese Nissan Leaf goes on sale in September as Venucia e30". Autoblog Green. Retrieved 21 April 2014.
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  18. ^ "DONGFENG NISSAN KICKS OFF 2015 WITH VENUCIA T70". Nissan. 10 January 2015. Archived from the original on 16 February 2015. Retrieved 16 February 2015.
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  20. ^ Kuwahara, Ken (6 August 2014). "Nissan to bolster China brand with design, tech centers". Nikkei. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  21. ^ a b "东风启辰战队车展集结 全新一代概念车"The X"首发" [Dongfeng Venucia team gathers at auto show. New "The X" concept debuts]. xinhuanet.com (in Chinese). Xinhua News Agency. 26 April 2018. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
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  27. ^ Chen, Liang (17 June 2014). "启辰多位高管人事大调整 颜宏斌升任部长" [Yan Hongbin promotion brings major personnel reshuffle at Venucia]. auto.gznet.com (in Chinese). China Telecom (Guangzhou branch). Archived from the original on 5 March 2016. Retrieved 3 September 2015.
  28. ^ a b "恒大淘宝被判违约 赔偿东风日产2478万元" [The Hengda Taobao was sentenced to pay Dongfeng Nissan CN¥24.78 million for breach of contract]. business.sohu.com (in Chinese). Sohu. 9 June 2016. Retrieved 27 February 2018.
  29. ^ "Hit it off! Venucia became the sponsor of International Vertical Marathon". Yutang Sports. 17 June 2015. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
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