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As long as there are differentiated versions selling concurrently, the red-blue system will continue (you have to distinguish the versions somehow for customers) even though the cars themselves may get grey labels, but going forward, not anymore.

H7 and H7L were the first to ditch this system in 2018. If a model is produced in a different bodystyle (e.g. "coupe"), it could gain a letter suffix such as F7x.
 

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A major proportion of GWM's sales is still garnered by models which have dual identities (H2, H2s, H4, H6 two generations) so the red-blue system won't go away soon but it has to eventually, with the launch of the next generations of these vehicles; the other possibility is if GWM actively decides to keep only one version of a model on sale and terminate the other.
 

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Red, blue, gray...., generations, versions, variants...., similar but different body styles, ......
We have to hand it to the sales staff, who must at times be tearing their hair out to avoid confusion, and to reassure customers that some rational mindset is behind it all.

When touching on this subject, the Mandarin expression 差很多(chabuduo) comes to mind.
 

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Red, blue, gray...., generations, versions, variants...., similar but different body styles, ......
We have to hand it to the sales staff, who must at times be tearing their hair out to avoid confusion, and to reassure customers that some rational mindset is behind it all.
Lol!

Recall my post:
The way things are going, Great Wall should start printing and distributing fat tomes (books) and should offer short educational courses on the Haval and Wey range :D
 
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