http://gmauthority.com - This Chinese-only creation is rather interesting.
http://gmauthority.com - The production version is staying relatively true to the concept.
http://gmauthority.com - Our first look at Baojun's upcoming model, whose name is currently unknown.
https://thenewswheel.com - The rebadged Baojun 530 crossover that Chevrolet revealed at the 2018 Bogota International Motor Show in Colombia will be known as the Chevrolet Captiva Turbo in South America in 2019. Consumers in Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Chile, and Bolivia will have the chance to experience the capable crossover that’s equipped with a 147 horsepower-rated turbo-charged […]The post Chevrolet Captiva Turbo Drives Into South American Dealerships appeared first on The News Wheel.
http://gmauthority.com - The Baojun 530 continues to expand its market presence.
http://gmauthority.com - The new alphanumeric naming scheme somewhat similar to Cadillac’s CT and XT naming convention.
https://www.autonews.com - As Chinese consumer tastes shift away from basic and affordable, GM's Baojun brand is engineering a different image for itself -- launching mid-market models that will sport a redesigned logo and be sold through new or revamped showrooms.
https://www.carscoops.com - The Baojun RS-5 is a tech-laden compact SUV that features Internet-based connectivity and Level 2 autonomy.
https://indianautosblog.com - The MG Hector, an India-bound SUV based on the Baojun 530, will be sold as the 2019 Chevrolet Captiva in the Thai car market. The new model has been showcased at this year's Bangkok International Motor Show and will launch by mid-2019.
https://www.carscoops.com - For now, GM has launched the 2019 Chevrolet Captiva in Colombia and Thailand but other markets may follow.