Wuling Victory announces new minivanJune 9, 2020
Chinese automaker announces new MPV model that has ambitious plans for the global market and will debut next month.
The joint venture SAIC-GM-Wuling these days is actively working on the launch of a series of new models under the Baojun and Wuling brands in China. The latest car announced by the company is the new Wuling Victory mid-size station wagon, which will be available in three versions. The minivan will be the first model with the new global silver badge Wuling, which signals the brand’s desire to go beyond China.
As with the thumbnails in the new images, Wuling Victory looks pretty smooth. Despite the fact that the serial version of the car will probably be slightly lower, it seems that it combines the proportions of MPV and SUV, which cannot but rejoice, because buyers today are crazy after the global expansion of sports SUVs.
In front, the novelty receives sporting split LED headlights with low beams and DRLs located inside the top of horizontal lamps, while high beams are placed below. The front bumper looks aggressive to the MPV thanks to the sharp lines, and the wide hexagonal grille with horizontal chrome trims gets the new silver Wuling badge in the center. Seen from the side, Wuling Victory uses a smooth roof line and hides the D-pillars with glass.
At the rear, the Victory has long horizontal LED taillights passing through the wing line, as well as a sports bumper, embossed tailgate and an impressive roof spoiler. According to a brief commentary accompanying the images, “Victory’s stylish design will be in line with basic international aesthetics, demonstrating the power of Wuling.” The mission of MPV is to make the entire brand prestigious as it becomes more and more global.
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