This Is The New Baojun RC-6 Sedan-Coupe-Crossover for China, looking stylish and cool. Baojun is a brand under Wuling, which in turn is a joint venture between SAIC, GM, and Wuling Motor.
In China, the Tracker is the successor of the Chevrolet Trax (rebadged prev-gen Buick Encore). It is the first time that General Motors uses the Tracker name in China. The Chinese name did not change. Continue reading “Chevrolet Tracker Launched On The Chinese Car Market”
Baojun has released images of their upcoming large SUV, and it looks fantastic. The car is code named CN210S. The real name will be unveiled when the SUV debuts in December on the Guangzhou Auto Show.
The Chevrolet Orlando used to be a boring MPV, but no more. The name has been recycled for a somewhat exciting SUV for China. The new Orlando will debut in the fall and hit the Chinese car market near year’s end.
What, can we say? … [waiting a minute]
Okay. There we go. It is a Baojun. It is an electric car. It is real. And General Motors is responsible.
The new Buick Excelle sedan will hit the Chinese car market on June 22. It is a very important car for Buick as the outgoing Excelle has continuously been in the top-5 best selling cars for many years.
More photos of the new Buick Excelle sedan for China. It looks far more modern than the old car, and its nose is nicely in line with the rest of Buick’s Chinese lineup.
This is the new China-made variant of the Cadillac XT4 compact SUV. GM’s luxury or/and sporty brand is currently making only one SUV in China, the XT5, and that is totally suicidal, so the XT4 can’t arrive soon enough.
General Motors has released the first official image of the all-new Buick Excelle for China. The new Excelle will launch on the Chinese car market in early H2. It is a very important car for Buick as the outgoing Excelle has continuously been in the top-5 best selling cars for many years.
The Buick GL8 is one of those cars that looks blend but hides an incredible story.
I remember being transported in a Buick GL8 for the first time in 2004. It was General Motors’ minivan from the 1990’s, and it was typical-GM all the way. I was impressed by how smooth and quiet the ride felt, how roomy the interior was with the leather captain second-row seats.