The brand new Baojun 560 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market in July. Price will range from 80.000 to 100.000 yuan, positioning the Baojun 560 in one of the most competitive segments of the market.
The latest Spy Shots of the upcoming Baojun 330, showing that the new sub-compact sedan is almost ready for the Chinese car market where it will be launched in Q3. The Baojun 330 will be the new entry-level sedan for the Baojun brand.
The simply outrageous Chevrolet FNR concept has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, dazzling all and everything. The days of the crazy concept car are back! The Chevrolet FNR loosely previews a possible faraway-in-the-future all-electric sporty car to rival the BMW i8.
The all-new 2016 Buick Verano has been unveiled in China, on the eve of the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. The new Buick Verano will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year. It will be positioned between the recently launched new Buick Excelle GT and the aging Buick Regal.
Buick has released the first teaser for the all-new 2016 Buick Verano sedan (but we already know how it looks like), it will debut on April 19 on the eve of the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. The new Verano will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year. It will be positioned between the recently launched new Buick Excelle GT and the aging Buick Regal.
The Wuling Zhengcheng MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market, the largest vehicle by far in the Wuling line-up. Price starts at 66.000 yuan and ends at 77.200 yuan ($10.715 – 12.534). The Zhengcheng, or ‘Journey’, is a nine-seat MPV-slash-minibus aimed mostly at fleet and taxi companies.
Baojun has released the first photos of the Baojun 560 SUV for China. The Baojun 560 will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year. The 560 features a large shiny grille and a reasonable attractive overall design. Roof rails appear non-functional as they slope down with the roof.
Spy Shots showing the facelifted Chevrolet Malibu sedan for China. The facelifted Chevrolet Malibu will debut on next month’s Shanghai Auto Show and launch in the Chinese car market soon thereafter. The facelift includes a new grille, new bumpers, new headlights, and new rear lights. The Malibu is made in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture.
The facelift also means that China will not get the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that will debut on next month’s New York Auto Show. It is however also possible that the 2016 Malibu will come to China at a later time, using a different name.