Chinese car brand GAC Motors has revealed an SUV, hybrid crossover and electric hatchback at the Detroit motor show alongside plans to enter the US market by 2020.
The state-owned car maker’s first model, a midsize SUV called the GS7, is a Volkswagen Touareg-sized five-seater (pictured below). It’s described as being production-ready and will go on sale in China this year, likely with a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
The second model is called the Enspirit (pictured top). The four-door crossover has a BMW X6-like coupé roofline and uses hybrid power. It features an extensive list of connectivity features inside and is said to be near production ready.
GAC’s final all-new model in Detroit is a full-electric hatchback called the GE3. The five-door model features a cleaner design than its more complex-looking siblings with a clear focus on aerodynamics. The model is labelled as a concept, but its powertrain is said to show what’s to come in GAC’s upcoming models.