Chevrolet is preparing an off-road minivan based on the Chinese Baojun RM-5July 4, 2019
Baojun RM-5 will be available this fall, but the off-road minivan from Chevrolet will have to wait until next year.
The American concern General Motors and the Chinese auto giant SAIC are preparing to launch a new off-road compact van Baojun RM-5. The other day there was information that the new product will also be produced under the Chevrolet logo. The way Baojun RM-5 cross-van will look like is no longer a secret. The novelty was “declassified” by the Chinese Ministry of Industry. It is known that this model shares the platform with the flagship Baojun RS-5 crossover.
Its main features are a three-row cabin, “grown up” ground clearance, as well as a plastic body kit around the entire perimeter of the body. The design of the novice is also the most original.
The cross-van will be driven by a 1.5-liter turbo engine with a power of 147 hp, working in conjunction with a manual transmission or a CVT. Four-wheel drive cars are not allowed even for a fee. Baojun RM-5 buyers can count on LED optics, adaptive cruise control, digital dashboard, a panoramic roof with a hatch, a collision avoidance system, and more. Buy Baojun RM-5 will be available this fall. But the off-road Chevrolet minivan will not reach the dealers before 2020.
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