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Roewe is a vehicle marque created by the Chinese automaker SAIC Motor in 2006. Roewe vehicles were initially based on technology acquired from defunct British carmaker MG Rover.[1] SAIC was unable to purchase the rights to the Rover brand name (which was bought by Ford instead) and created the Roewe marque as a replacement.[2] The MG name is preferred in most markets outside China. Roewe can be considered an indigenous Chinese luxury vehicle brand name[3] alongside others such as Hongqi.