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.
This little red beauty is the new Baojun E200, a small electric car from China. It is not some fancy pansy concept car; the Baojun E200 is for real, and it will launch on the Chinese car market next month.
Last month we shocked the world with the images of a totally crazy new Baojun mini EV. Today we have a set of leaked official photos of the thing, confirming its unusual daring design. We have also learned that it will be called the Baojun E200.
New photos of the China-made Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV, showing a trendy brown example and a white car. The XT4 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market in October.
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 Buick Enspire has been unveiled in China. The Enspire is an electric concept car previewing an upcoming crossover SUV coupe. The Enspire was designed in China but the eventual production version will be sold globally.
Buick building velite range for new energy vehicles in China
Buick has released a teaser for the Buick Velite 6, a new new-energy vehicle that will be unveiled in China on April 17. Sadly, the teaser doesn’t reveal very much bar for the name, but we do know that the Velite 6 is the production version of the 2016 Buick Velite Concept.