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China's first independently-developed motor home released in Qingdao

By Wang Jiangao (Science and Technology Daily)

15:01, March 22, 2012

Edited and translated by Ye Xin, People's Daily Online

China's first independently-developed motor home with self-owned intellectual property rights came off the production line in Qingdao on March 21, 2012.

The motor home produced by the Qingdao Chuntian Science and Technology Vehicle Co. Ltd has an internal area of 20 square meters. It is divided into four areas including sitting room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. It is equipped with modern conveniences such as kitchen range, refrigerator, table set, air condition, pedestal pan.

Since early 2009, the company has begun to develop new energy vehicles including the motor home that can be powered by the solar energy and wind energy. Currently, solar energy technology has been widely applied in the articulated motor home developed by the company, said Liu Jie, with the company.


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