1967: Establishment of SAIPA Company.
1968: Assembly of Dyane passenger car.
1975: Completion of the new assembly shop.
1977: Production of Renault 5.
1985: Production of Nissan pick-up (Junior 2000).
1990: Production of Nissan pick-up (Junior 2400).
1993: Installation of paint shop with the new system of ED.
1993: Production of Renault 21 passenger car.
1994: Production of Hatch back and Notch back models of Pride passenger cars under the names of Nasim and Saba respectively.
1996: Construction and establishment of the new factory.
1997: Attainment of the first ISO 9001 certificate of car production in Iran.
1998: Production of Nasim Safari (Station Wagon).
1998: Development into a full–range vehicle manufacturing company by purchasing Iran Kaveh (presently SAIPA Diesel) and Zamyad Companies.
1999: Purchase of 51% of Pars Khodro Company shares.
2000: Turning into the mother company of SAIPA Group, a full–range vehicle
2000: production of Citroen Xantia passenger car.
2002: Production of SAIPA 141 a lift back model of Saba.
2003: Attaining a record in production of 1000 units per working day
2004: changing all passenger car engines to injection system
2006: launching SAIPA production line in Venezuela
2007: Launching SAIPA production line in Syria
Production of SAIPA 132
2008: Opening of SAIPA Kashan plant as the largest car manufacturing plant in middle east.
2009: Production of SAIPA 111
2010: Production of SAIPA’s fully indigenous Iranian car Tiba
2010: Acquiring 30 percent of Iraq car market share.
2011: Enhancement of all SAIPA family cars to meet up dated standards