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JAC IV concept was designed in firm’s Italian facility in Milan
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18 April 2010

This is Chinese car maker JAC's answer to the Smart Fortwo, which will be unveiled at next week's Bejing motor show.

The JAC IV concept was designed in the firm’s Italian facility in Milan, which was set up in 2005 at a cost of around £1.5 million.

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The facility focuses on the design of JAC's cars, and developing engineering techniques that can be fed back into the Chinese car maker's own research and development processes.

It has been revealed that the JAC IV concept has a hybrid powertrain, but full details won't be released until the Bejing motor show next Friday.

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Uncle Mellow 14 April 2010

Re: China's Smart Fortwo rival

david RS wrote:
That's it. The Chinese copy Aston-Martin

I thought it looked a bit IQ-ish as well.

david RS 14 April 2010

Re: China's Smart Fortwo rival

That's it. The Chinese copy Aston-Martin.

JBOWEN 14 April 2010

Re: China's Smart Fortwo rival

The design center is in fact based in Turin not Milan.

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