General Motors is preparing to introduce a new crossover under the brand BaojunJuly 5, 2018
The network has the first photos of the future crossover from GM, designed for the Chinese market. The company plans to release a new crossover under the brand Baojun, photos of which have already appeared on the network.
The manufacturer does not want to report any technical characteristics of the future novelty. As we know, the American concern General Motors is going to present a new crossover under the subsidiary brand Baojun. Now the crossover is tested on public roads in China, where it got to the photographers.
Despite the tight camouflage, hiding any design details. Judging by the photos, the novelty, whose name is still a mystery, will receive an impressive two-section radiator grille and stylish taillights, combined in a monoblock. The debut of the car will take place only in 2019.
Experts suggest that as a power unit will be installed a 1.5-liter turbo engine with a power of 120 to 150 horsepower. Together with him will be offered with manual and automatic transmission. In all likelihood, the all-wheel drive system will not be offered even as an option.
In the basic version, you can expect front airbags, a standard audio system, heated mirrors and seats, air conditioning, and rear parking sensors. As options and in more expensive trim levels, you can see an infotainment system, additional parking sensors, an automatic emergency stop system, cruise control, a climate system, and a panoramic sunroof with electric drive.
Meanwhile it is worth recalling that Baojun is a brand from General Motors and SAIC Motor, which offers affordable cars in the Chinese market. Currently, the brand offers three crossover: Baojun 510 cost from 54,800 yuan, Baojun 560 at a price of 69,800 yuan and Baojun 530, which will cost a minimum of 75,800 yuan
Meanwhile, the most affordable electric vehicle from the joint venture SAIC-GM-Wuling – Baojun E100 – received an update. Now the car in the style of Smart For Two has a more capacious battery and an increased range of travel up to 200 km of track.