• Jan 20, 2009
China-based high rollers may soon have another option for whisking about if spy shots of a Roewe limousine hold water. The car itself is apparently based on the Ssangyong Chairman W limo, though it may not carry that car's Mercedes-sourced powertrain.
China Car Times surmises that Roewe's Rover V6, at 2.5 liters, just doesn't have the guts to pull so much car around. According to CCT, the cat will be fully let out of the bag in April when the car is unveiled in Shanghai. Until we see the whole thing, our favorite feature will have to be that medieval-looking R emblem. Tattoo, anyone?

[Source: China Car Times]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      This is nothing more than a Ssangyong Chairman W Limo rebagded as Roewe in China, but without the Mercedes V8 which SAIC is barred from access.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Commercial Vehilcles and cars manufacture by Argentum Motors

      Former president of Hyundai Motors India, BVR Subbu, who is now director of Argentum Motors said that the revival of the Surajpur plant was almost complete and the company is also looking at contract and joint manufacturing of commercial vehicles and cars.

      The Surajpur facility would soon begin producing components by the start of the next financial year.
      Argentum Motors,a company floated by Mr.B.V.R Subbu, Ajay Singh of Spice Jet and India Online Network's Ashish Deora took possession of the Daewoo motor's plant at Surajpur (Haryana). Originally set up by Daewoo to produce engines, gear boxes and body parts, the 210 acre facility is the third largest automobile manufacturing factory in India.
      The facility is equipped to produce 4 lakh engines,4 lakh gear boxes and 2 lakh car bodies at its press shop.
      Rumours regarding Argentum's future plans with reference to partnerships for contracts and joint manufacturing have been doing their rounds. Subbu admitted that Argentum Motors has been attracting the interest of international original equipment manufacturers and that the company is in talks with many of them.

      http://machinist.in/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=914&Itemid=2

      http://www.ashishdeora.com