Baojun Chiptuning - In 2010, the company SAIC-GM-Wuling, originating from Liuzhou, started the production of automobiles. Now these cars are now known with the brand name "Baojun". Based in Liuzhou, Guangxi, China, it is a joint venture of General Motors, SAIC Motor and Wuling Automobile Company Limited. Baojun Chiptuning offers a customized and engine-specific software for increased power.
Baojun chiptuning - The brand emerged from a joint venture between GM, SAIC and Wuling in 2010. Freely translated the name means as much as "esteemed horse". Competitors are manufacturers such as Chery, Changan or Geely. With Baojun chiptuning may succeed the lead. The Group is growing rapidly, already in 2016 approximately 700.000 cars were sold. Almost a million, obe year later. Since 2018 the model 360, a compact van, is sold. With just 110 hp certainly an interesting option for Baojun chiptuning.
Baojun chiptuning - This Chinese car brand is a joint venture between GM and SAIC Motors and was founded in 2010. The group is growing fast and sold nearly 700.000 cars till 2017, and even nearly one million by 2017. Main competitors are Chery or Haval. The Baojun 360 is a classic minivan enjoying increasing popularity but lacking in performance. Baojun chiptuning can be a solution. In addition to classic automobiles, the products also include all-electric cars such as the E200 introduced in 2018. Again, Baojun chiptuning can be realized.
|Baojun 1.5T||1451 ccm||139 HP||102 kW||240 Nm||LL5|
|Baojun 530 1.5T||1451 ccm||150 HP||110 kW||230 Nm||LL5|
|Baojun 530 1.5T||1451 ccm||147 HP||108 kW||250 Nm|
|Baojun 530 1.5T CVT||1451 ccm||147 HP||108 kW||250 Nm|
|Baojun 530 1.5T CVT||1451 ccm||150 HP||110 kW||230 Nm||LL5|
|Baojun 530 1.5T CVT||1451 ccm||151 HP||111 kW||250 Nm|
|Baojun 560 1.5T||1451 ccm||150 HP||110 kW||230 Nm||LL5|
|Baojun 730 1.5T||1451 ccm||150 HP||110 kW||230 Nm||LL5|
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