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This was the first production car produced in China by the Shanghai Automobile assembly line on 28 September 1958, called Fenghuang (meaning Phoenix in English), primarily for upper-mid-level government officials. Few were produced. The Phoenix models are distinguished by round headlights and fins to the rear.

In 1964, the Phoenix name was changed to Shanghai SH760. In 1968 and 1974, the SH760 underwent a series of cosmetic updates (SH760A and SH760B respectively). The final SH760 was produced on 25 November 1991, after a total production run of 79,526 cars. Production peaked in 1984 at around 6,000 units. It was powered with 2.2 litre I6 engine I6 that was a copy of the Mercedes-Benz M127.


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