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GS8, from GAC Motor set to hit showrooms

THE GAC brand of automobiles from China will certainly change the perception of most Nigerians about Chinese models in the country. Apart from standing out among the Chinese brands, the GAC models have what it takes to challenge the Japanese, European and Korean models, when it come to quality, aesthetic design and finishing from the Compact GA 35 Sedan to the GS4 and GS5 Super, SUVs and the yet to be launched GS8 SUV Interior of GS8, The Chinese auto maker has shown traces of mastering the art of delivering word-class, Sedans and Sport Utility vehicles. Already the GAC GS4 and GS5 are making waves in Nigeria with their fashionable designs which has caught the attention of many auto freaks. A CIG Motors Source, the sole representative of GAC in Nigeria, told Vanguard Motoring that if the GA35, GS4, and GS5 are making waves in the country, they should wait for the flagship SUV, which is expected to be launched in Nigeria any moment from now.

The GS8 was introduced at the Beijing Auto show in 2016 as the newest high-end product of GAC motor and it has not ceased to impress the customers who picked some units since then.

The GS8 is powered by a 2.0T engine with maximum power of 145/5200 kw/rpm and maximum torque of 300.1600-4500 N.m/rpm. It also comes with all-wheel-drive system and automatic gearbox, coupled with ATS all-terrain feedback system, which enables drivers to cope with different road conditions.

The GS8 is very spacious inside, adopting 2-3-2 type seven seats layout which can meet diverse demand of passengers and families. The GAC flagship is finished with quality materials inside including leather seats quality sound system, MP4 and whole lot of feature need for enjoyable ride. Designed like typical Japanese models, the GSA boast of unique front and rear light, alloy rims and front grill.

 

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