In 2008, the Taiwanese company Luxgen was founded, which is the automotive division of Yulon Motor. The main direction of its activity was the production of luxury cars, for which the plant of the parent company was allocated, previously engaged in licensed assembly of cars of the Japanese brands Nissan and Mitsubishi. In addition, Yulon Motor has established components and replacement parts for a number of the company's technology partners.
In 2009, the first model of the Luxgen 7 MPV minivan was presented, which, according to sales statistics, was only a few copies behind the Chinese division of the American concern Ford. And in 2010, the Luxgen 7 SUV crossover model was introduced. Both cars are equipped with a four-cylinder Delphi power unit, which are supplied together with a five-speed gearbox from Seiki.
In 2012, the public was presented with the mid-size sedan Luxgen 5, which, according to sales statistics, became the leader of the Chinese automotive market in its class. In addition, the Luxgen Technology Center was opened, where the company's engineers set about creating the first Taiwanese car with an electric motor.