Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automotive Group Co. (GAC) will be heading to the 2013 North America International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
While GAC hasn’t yet announced its plans to debut any new models, the most likely possibility is that it will present its lone passenger car, the Trumpchi sedan. Based on the Alfa Romeo 166 sedan, GAC also has had joint ventures with Mitsubishi, Honda, Fiat, and Toyota.
At the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, Changfeng Motor became the first Chinese automaker to exhibit in a North American auto show. Since then, other Chinese automakers such as BYD, Chamco, Geely, and Brilliance – some of which cease to exist today – have all displayed in Detroit.