China carmaker SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, manufacturer of the country's bestselling electric vehicle (EV), will launch a new minivan with nine-seats to echo the country’s new Three Child Policy, becoming the first known company hopping on board with Beijing's new population policy. Photo: Weibo
China carmaker SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, manufacturer of the country's bestselling electric vehicle (EV), will launch a new minivan with nine-seats to echo the country’s new Three Child Policy, becoming the first known company hopping on board with Beijing's new population policy. Photo: Weibo
Autos

Three-child policy: GM’s China venture Wuling gets ahead of likely baby boom with nine-seat vans to cater for bigger families

  • SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile hopes to tap future demand from larger families under the country’s new three-child policy
  • Unlike its bestselling Hongguang Mini EV, however, the new van will be powered by a traditional petrol engine

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China carmaker SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, manufacturer of the country's bestselling electric vehicle (EV), will launch a new minivan with nine-seats to echo the country’s new Three Child Policy, becoming the first known company hopping on board with Beijing's new population policy. Photo: Weibo
China carmaker SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, manufacturer of the country's bestselling electric vehicle (EV), will launch a new minivan with nine-seats to echo the country’s new Three Child Policy, becoming the first known company hopping on board with Beijing's new population policy. Photo: Weibo
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