Considering the rate at which the Chinese market gobbles up Buick models, you'd think it would be a prime market for Chrysler. Yet the House of the 300 wasn't present in China at all in recent years, as the brand has just announced at the Beijing Motor Show its return to the Chinese market.
In the coming months, it will begin selling both the 300C and the Grand Voyager, and to mark the occasion it has presented a special design concept of its top-of-the-line sedan.
Filed under: Concept Cars, Buick Click above to enlarge Buick gave a sneak peak today of its Invicta concept car that will be revealed next month in China at the Beijing Motor Show. The design will be an evolution of the sleek Riv... Read Post
Filed under: Concept Cars, Sedans/Saloons, China, Buick, Misc. Auto Shows General Motors has been enjoying some serious success in China with its range of Buick models, and it hopes to continue that trend with the unveiling of the I... Read Post
China, Plants/Manufacturing, Buick, Chevrolet, GMAccording to Automotive News China, at least one new inexpensive model from Buick or Chevrolet will be dedicated to the Chinese and other emerging markets. The undisclosed model will ... Read Post