Car level introduction
The car class is derived from the German Volkswagen's grading method for cars. It is not an authoritative standard. It is only a set of reference values that the public originally formulated for their own platform strategy, and was later widely used.
The car class is generally six levels: A00, A0, A, B, C, and D.
When the German Volkswagen began to promote its platform strategy, the model platform was positioned according to the size and divided into six levels: A00, A0, A, B, C and D. According to the German car grading standard: A00 is a miniature passenger car, A0 is a small passenger car, A is a compact passenger car, B is a medium passenger car, C is a medium and large passenger car, D-class car The large passenger car is classified according to the parameters such as wheelbase, displacement and weight. The lower the alphabetical order, the longer the wheelbase of the car, the greater the displacement and weight, and the luxury of the passenger car. The degree is also constantly improving.
China generally refers to A00, A0, A, B, C, and D as mini vehicles, small cars, compact cars, medium cars, medium and large cars, and large cars.
As the number of models increases and the price, style, and configuration options become more diverse, the edge crossings of Class A, Class B, and Class C vehicles will increase. For example, some models may have a wheelbase that belongs to the A-class range, while the displacement and price are comparable to those of the B-Class. Therefore, passenger car grading should not be too rigid and rigid.