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63China's Great Wall aiming to sell vehicles in US around 2015

Stop us if you've heard this one before: "The Chinese are coming." According to Automotive News, Great Wall Motor Co. plans to sell its vehicles in the US by around 2015. The Chinese automaker has been researching its planned expansion for the last two years, looking at everything from regulatory hurdles to establishing a dealer network, as well as customer needs and wants.

13Shanghai 2009: Nevermind the BMW, Great Wall's Hover M3 is deep-puddle approved!

Great Wall Hover H3 - Click above for a high-res image gallery

22Hover Crafts: China's Great Wall said to be readying whole lineup of like-badged crossovers

China's Great Wall Motor has big plans for expansion outside its home country, and rumor has it that the marque plans to launch an entire vehicle line based on its popular Hover CUV. While it's true that many Chinese automakers tend to crib designs from other manufacturers, Great Wall takes it a step further and borrows the entire chassis from an older Toyota 4Runner model. The exterior styling for the current Hover is based on the unloved Isuzu Axiom from 2002, and the engine is supplied by Mit

67China's Great Wall readying high-riding four-door coupe?

Great Wall CHC011 - Click above for a gallery of images

39The Clone Wars: Chinese copy banned from Europe

Fiat's Panda is the best selling minicar in Europe, and has been for four years. When China's Great Wall Motor -- Chrysler's Chinese partner -- decided to make a minicar called the GWPeri, it borrowed from the best. That is, if by "borrowed" you mean created a car that differs only from the Panda in it's headlamps and bumper details.

AddBeijing '08 Preview: Great Wall Peri EV

It would seem that a green theme will be present when Auto China 2008 kicks off in Beijing on Saturday. We've already seen BYD's e6 concept, and next up is an electric version of the Great Wall Peri. The Peri is the car that raised the ire of Fiat due to its strong resemblance to the Panda. Copycatting arguments aside, the Peri EV concept is pretty self-explanatory: it's an electric Peri driven by a 50 kW electric motor. With lithium-ion batteries supplying power, the Peri EV is claimed to have

5Paris Preview: Great Wall launches European crossover

China's Great Wall Motor Company is set to launch its Hover crossover in Europe at the Paris Motor Show, followed by a U.S. launch at the Detroit auto show in January.

1Great Wall opens the gates to the Russian market

China's Great Wall Motor announced Wednesday that it plans to build a production plant in Russia to increase its presence in the country's burgeoning car market.

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