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China’s GAC to showcase new vehicles at next year’s NAIAS show in Detroit

ABR Staff Writer Published 27 December 2017

Chinese automaker GAC Motor is all set to showcase its line-up of three new vehicles at the upcoming 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to be held in Detroit.

This is the fourth time the company will be showcasing its entire lineup and new vehicles.

At the auto show, GAC will debut its flagship MPV model, which is claimed to be the company’s pinnacle of independent research and development capabilities, a new signature sedan and an electric concept car targeting millennials in the US market. Details about the vehicles were not revealed by the company.

GAC Motor president Yu Jun said: "We are privileged to be able to showcase our new models to US customers once again at the grand trade fair that gathers the world's top automotive manufacturers.

"The US has one of the most advanced auto industries in the world; its consumers have reached a social consensus on the essential attributes of cars. Entering the US market is an essential step for GAC Motor to bring premium vehicles to global consumers that adapt to their needs."

The company claims to have sold more than 460,000 vehicles between January and November this year, which is a 38.9% year-on-year increase. This was done by establishing sales and services networks across 14 countries across the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa and North America. 

Yu also stated that the company adheres to highest of international standards, while putting emphasis more on independent and innovative research, while manufacturing its vehicles.

The company said it intends to create a world-class brand built on advanced production, R&D and marketing capabilities.


Image: GAC Motor to showcase three new vehicles at NAIAS. Photo: Courtesy of PR Newswire.