0

Baojun 510 Hits The Chinese Car Market

February 24, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Baojun 510 Hits The Chinese Car Market

This is the brand new Baojun 510, a small crossover utility vehicle (CUV) for China. It was launched on the Chinese car market earlier this week. Baojun is a brand under SAIC-GM-Wuling, a three-way joint venture between Shanghai Automotive Industry Company (SAIC), General Motors (GM), and Wuling Motors. GM has a 44% stake in this joint venture.

MORE ON FORBES.

1

Baojun 510 Is A Daring New Compact SUV For China

November 23, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

Baojun 510 Is A Daring New Compact SUV For China

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.

Read more »

0

Officially Official: The New Baojun 510 SUV For China

October 19, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

Officially Official: The New Baojun 510 SUV For 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.

Read more »

0

This Is The New Baojun 510 Compact SUV For China

October 10, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

This Is The New Baojun 510 Compact SUV For China

Here we have the new 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 for the Baojun brand.

Read more »

0

Spy Shots: Baojun Goes Crazy With New 510 SUV

July 29, 2016 by W.E. Ning

Spy Shots: Baojun Goes Crazy With New 510 SUV

This is not a weird Chinese concept car. This is the crazy new Baojun 510, a new SUV that will be positioned below the Baojun 560. And where the latter looks good but boring, the 510 looks mad. Check those headlights and the bonnet!

The main light units are in the bumper. The wheel arches are straight on top. The mirrors are huge. Only bad is the D-pillar, which gets the same design as literally every new Chinese SUV. They all use the same design studio, it seems.

Read more »