New spy shots again of the Wuling Baojun SUV for China. The Baojun SUV, code named GP60, has been delayed. A concept was expected on the Beijing Auto Show in April but nothing showed up, and nothing has been seen ever since, until now. The GP60 is now expected to debut later this year, likely on the Shanghai Auto Show, with a launch on the Chinese car market sometime in H2.
Wuling is working on a new city EV, called City Car. It has a distinctive BMW i3 taste, especially on the sides. The Wuling City Car will debut as a concept on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November, the production version is expected to hit the Chinese electric car market in 2015.
Wuling is working on a new large MPV. It will be available in seven and nine seat configurations. Power will come from a 1.5 liter four-cylinder petrol engine with 107hp. The engine will have to work hard because this is a big car: 5090mm/1780mm/1925mm, wheelbase is 3205. The new van is expected to debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in December.
The very first spy shots of the new Baojun 610 Cross, a crossy car based on the Baojun 610 hatchback. The Cross comes with a few extra bits of black plastic, a roof rack, and a sporty interior. The 610 Cross will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market in October.
A very speedy Baojun 630 sedan, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street. The 630 wrapped in a min green wrap, and further bao’d up by a low-riding lowered suspension, a body kit including a very low front spoiler, super slick extra wide tires with shiny BBS multi-spoke alloys, and a lot of mud.
The new Wuling Baojun 610 debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, looking very hot in red on plastic grass. The Baojun 610 is the hatchback variant of the Baojun 630 sedan. The Wuling Baojun 610 will be launched on the China car market before the end of this month, price will start around 55.000 yuan and end around 85.000 yuan.