China's Roewe calls on GM for platform and parts, reveals new 950 flagship in Beijing. The mid-sizer is closely related to Buick’s successful LaCrosse sedan, but uses all-unique bodywork and interior. Based on GM’s Epsilon II architecture, the 950 will also be available with a range of GM-supplied engines including 2 and 2.4 litre fours, and a GM's 190kW 3.0 litre V6. The 950 is the first obvious fruit to be borne from Roewe’s parent company SAIC’s joi.
Filed under: Concept Cars, Sedans/Saloons, China, Buick, Misc. Auto ShowsClick above for high-res gallery of the Buick Invicta Concept Buick has dusted off the Invicta name, which hasn't been used by the brand since 1959, for its ne... Read Post
Filed under: Sedans/Saloons, China, Misc. Auto Shows, Roewe Click image for a gallery of the Roewe 550 sedanSAIC's Rowe brand (nee Rover) is set to formally unveil its new 550 sedan in Beijing next month. The sedan's styling is ver.... Read Post