GM reveals the first model to be launched under its new Baojun brand in China
24 November 2010

General Motors has revealed the first model to be released under its new ‘Baojun’ brand for the Chinese domestic market.

The Baojun 630 saloon is the result of GM's joint venture with Chinese firms SAIC and Wuling (known as SGMW), the firms working together to launch a "new brand of affordable passenger vehicles that will be sold across China".

See the official pics of the new Baojun 630 saloon

The car's name means ‘treasured horse’, but it is in fact a compact four door saloon, set to reach dealers in the first half of 2011, with prices starting at a rumoured £4500.

Its styling is reminiscent of GM's Chevrolet Cruze and although no details of powertrain have been mentioned by the company, it does meet Euro 4 emissions standards, as well as all local regulations.

GM is now selling more vehicles in China than in the US and the company hopes to increase its sales further with its new budget brand.

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24 November 2010

"... with prices starting at a rumoured £4500"

...and 1\2 stars on NCAP crush test!

24 November 2010

that looks fairly woeful, & i have to wonder, since its going on sale in China, & its a GM product, why do we need to know about it?

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