Chevrolet Captiva with Chinese designFebruary 27, 2019
The turned SUV served as the basis for two models at once, which, by the way, are often called “copies” of the Chinese Baojun 530 crossover.
General Motors and SAIC are ready to bring two new SUVs to the market – three-row crossovers Wuling Almaz and MG Hector. These SUVs are nothing more than turned versions of the 2019 Chevrolet Captiva 2019 model year. A close look will not hide the similarity of these models with the Baojun 530 cross popular in the Middle Kingdom. New items will be available this spring. From each other, future debutants differ only in logos and radiator grilles.
Recall, the new cross-country Chevrolet Captiva was presented in the autumn of 2018 at the Columbia motor show. Recently, a specialized publication showed a photo of the product version of Wuling Almaz, intended for the Indonesian market. Model MG Hector, in turn, will offer Indian motorists.
It is known that under the hood of Wuling Almaz there will be either a 150-horsepower gasoline “turbo-four” and a half liters, or a two-liter diesel engine with a return of 173 hp. As a transmission, buyers will be offered a shetistaped manual or a robot with the same number of stages. Drive in both models – front.
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