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.
Spy Photos, Sedan, China, Buick, Beijing Motor Show Buick Excelle sedan caught in China - Click above for high-res image gallery The next step in Buick's plan for Chinese world domination is a new small sedan based on the Opel Astra... 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