- 6 * QD-50 turbine generators (5 MW (6,700 hp) each), 30 MW (40,000 shp)
- 4 * QC-280 gas turbines (28 MW (38,000 hp) each), 112 MW (150,000 shp)
- Type 346B (C/S-band) radar
- X-band radar
- Electronic warfare system
- 1 * H/PJ-38 130 mm gun
- 1 * H/PJ-11 CIWS
- 1 * HQ-10 short-range SAM 24-cell launcher
- 112 VLS
- HHQ-9 surface-to-air missiles
- YJ-18 anti-ship cruise missiles
- CJ-10 land-attack cruise missiles
- Missile-launched anti-submarine torpedoes
- 2 * sets
- Yu-7 torpedoes
- 1 * Harbin Z-9
- 1 * Changhe Z-18
Nanchang (101) is a Type 055 destroyer of the People's Liberation Army Navy. She was commissioned on 12 January 2020.
The People's Liberation Army Navy was interested in a large destroyer from as early as the late-1960s. A development program, code-named «055», initiated in 1976 was cancelled in 1983 after encountering insurmountable technical obstacles from industrial underdevelopment; for example, the required gas turbine power plants could neither be produced domestically, nor imported at acceptable prices. In April 2014, an image emerged of a full-scale mock-up of the Type 055 superstructure — with enclosed integrated mast for radar and other electronics at the Chinese naval electronic testing range in Wuhan.
The Type 055 is expected to undertake expeditionary missions and form the primary escort for Chinese aircraft carriers. The United States classifies these ships as cruisers. The United States Navy defines a cruiser as a large multi-mission surface combatant with flagship capabilities; this suggests the U.S. expects the Type 055 to fulfill a similar role as the Ticonderoga-class cruiser.