News results for "velite"

China Posts Strong July For Plug-In Sales, Buick Velite 5 (aka Volt) Debuts Well

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - According to the official data from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, Chinese plug-in vehicle sales increased by 55% in  July (year-over-year) to 56,000 deliveries, while at the same time production rose to 59,000 vehicles (up nearly 53%). Of those deliveries, some 44,700 were via the sale of plug-in passenger vehicles, one of the.

China's Buick Velite 5 is a Volt with a nose job

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - China is hugely important to General Motors, as it is to virtually any global automaker. It's the largest market in the country and, recently, it has put in place an increasing set of requirements that more vehicles sold there be fully or partially electric.

Buick Velite 5 plug in hybrid: Chinese market Chevy Volt

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick rolled out its version of the Chevrolet Volt for the Chinese market this week, with the upscale hybrid dubbed Velite 5 in the Middle Kingdom. The Buick brand offers far more models in China than it does in the U.S., and analysts predicted a Buick version of the Volt to be offered there before the second-generation model even debuted.

Chevy Volt transformed into Buick Velite 5 for China

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick will add an extended-range electric car to its lineup in China later this year. The vehicle, labeled a Buick Velite 5, is a rebadged Chevrolet Volt and was revealed to the world on Wednesday at the 2017 Shanghai auto show. The news isn’t a complete surprise as we’ve known since September that the Volt was going to be rebadged a Buick for the Chinese market. And the Velite name was first used on a concept unveiled at the 2016 Guangzhou auto show that Buick said foreshadowed a series of new electrified models it planned to launch in China.

Buick Velite 5 Launches With 72 Miles Of Electric Range

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Chevrolet Volt’s fancier cousin has arrived in China and Buick says it can go up to 72 miles on battery power alone. Of course, that 72-mile figure in on China’s more optimistic testing cycle, so expect real-world electric range to more more Volt-like at 53 miles or so.