The captiva, a mid-size SUV that was once sold in Korea, was launched in the overseas market as a 2022 model that went through a face lift. Captiva, which is sold in markets centered in developing countries, The 530 model of Baojun, a Chinese local joint venture between GM and Shanghai Motors (SAIC), is rebadged into a Chevrolet Captiva and is produced at the Chevrolet Wuling plant in Liuzhou, China.
It is a mid-size SUV that will be located between the Chevrolet Blazer and the Traverse, and is available in 5- or 7-seater configurations. In the global market where Captiva is sold, it is available as a 1.5L gasoline turbo engine with 150 horsepower or a 1.8L gasoline naturally aspirated engine or 2.0L turbo diesel engine with 170 horsepower. The transmission is provided with a 6-speed DCT automatic transmission, a CVT automatic transmission, or a 6-speed manual transmission depending on the powertrain.
As it is a rebadge model of the Baojun 530, Captiva’s exterior does not have a’Chevrolet family look’ like Trail Blazer, Equinox, and Traverse, The interior design shows no shortcomings. Inside, a 10.4-inch center display that provides an infotainment system is applied, and convenient equipment such as a panoramic sunroof and an Infinity premium sound system are provided.
Before Captiva, GM showed off a rebadge vehicle of the Baojun model. The small SUV Baojun 510 is a Chevrolet Groove model. Focusing on the market of developing countries It is sold, and the groove is also produced at the Chevrolet factory in China. In addition to the developing markets, GM’s Chinese production models exported to the US market include the Cadillac XT6 hybrid model and the Buick Envision.