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GM Joint Venture Unveils Third SUV for China

November 24, 2017

Photo courtesy of General Motors.
Photo courtesy of General Motors.

SAIC-GM-Wuling unveiled its third SUV to the Chinese market, which has seen a growing demand for SUVs and crossovers.

The Baojun 530, which was developed by the joint venture between SAIC Motor, General Motors, and Liuzhou Wuling Motors Co Ltd., was unveiled at the Auto Guangzhou 2017 auto show, according to a release from GM.

The compact SUV has an approximate length of 183 inces, a width that is roughly 72 inches and has a height of 69 inches, General Motors has said. Its chassis incorporates a McPherson front suspension and a multi-link independent rear suspension to improve handling and stability.

The Baojun 530 will be available with a choice of a 1.8L naturally aspirated engine or a 1.5T turbocharged engine, according to a release from GM.

In the first 10 months of 2017, deliveries for the Baojun increased 45.3% on an annual basis to a record 744,962 units, according to GM. .

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