The very first Spy Shots of the new Buick GL6 MPV for China. The GL6 will debut in concept form on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and the production version will be launched on the Chinese auto market sometime late next year. The GL6 will be positioned under the recently renewed Buick GL8.
Chevrolet is aiming at senile car buyers to push up sales of their slow-selling almost-antique Lova RV hatchback-wagon thing. Meet the new… Lova RV-Mickey Edition, with a – between RV and Mickey.
This ain’t some fuzzy dealer special or an after-market screw up, this is a real factory-special edition. It was ‘developed’ with Disney China but strangely there doesn’t seem to be a connection with Shanghai Disneyland, which would have made some sense because the Lova RV is made in Shanghai by Shanghai-GM.
New photos again of the Baojun E100, a new electric city car for China. It seems finally ready. The E100 was expected for debut in September, then for November, but so far it hasn’t been launched yet. The latest news says it will finally hit the market in January, just before Chinese New Year.
In a bid to court luxury car buyers in China, Buick will introduce a new luxury line of vehicles under the Avenir name. The first car to carry the new name is the Buick GL8 Avenir. Next up for Avenir are the Envision SUV and the new LaCrosse sedan.
The GL8 Avenir is basically an extra luxurious variant of the Buick GL8 minivan, made in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture. The updates to turn the GL8 into the GL8 Avenir include:
This is the new Wuling 310W, a hip-ish wagon based on the Baojun 310 hatchback. It is however quite a lot bigger; 60 centimeter extra length and 20 centimeter extra wheelbase. It is rated as a five-seater but on the photo of the rear end we can clearly see an extra pop-up bench in the back with another two seats.
Baojun is fast becoming a brand of its own instead of just a final resting place for unwanted old GM platforms. Here is all the evidence: The new Baojun 510 that debuted on the Guangzhou Auto Show is a daring new compact SUV with beautiful lines and brilliant lights.
The new Buick GL8 MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 289.900 yuan and ends at 449.900 yuan ($42.800-66.400). The new GL8 comes in two variants; the luxury Avenir, pictured above, and an ES base model. The Avenir comes with extra fancy paint, a different grille, special alloys, and a luxurious interior.
GM China has released a teaser of the Buick Velite concept car that will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month, with sharp looking lights and a blue-glowing grille. But we are very sure the production version won’t get any of that.
It is indeed very odd that Buick bothers with a concept at all because the real thing is ready to go. Buick probably doesn’t want the Velite to take away attention from the new GL8, which is one of Buick’s biggest moneymakers in China.
Baojun has released the first official images of the Baojun 510, a compact SUV for China that will be positioned below the Baojun 560. And where the latter looks good but boring, the 510 looks mad. Just look at the bonnet line running from the headlights to the window frame. Brilliant, and very daring.
The all new Chevrolet Equinox will be manufactured in China. Manufacturing is set to start mid-next year with a launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. The Equinox will be made by the long running Shanghai-GM joint venture. It is the first time GM brings the Equinox name to China.