Has production of Rover 75 already begun in China or was this Rover imported from the UK.
I've heard it repoted on www.mg-rover.org that Nanjing have been given first refusal on the Rover brand name, but that SAIC have offered 20 million for it. Nanjing have said they want the brand though....so effectively SAIC may have to go with an unknown brand on products that European will just see as ripped off Rovers....hazik said:What brand names does Nanjing auto own. Do they only own the MG trademark. Does SAIC own any brand names, and do they want to buy the Rover name from bmw.
Agreed, it needs moving, and replaced by the Nanjing version:MartinW said:Isn't this post for the SAIC sub-forum?
Hi, I'd be interested, especially if you wouldn't mind us posting it on Brit-Cars?chinacartimes said:I posted an example of a billboard advert for the roewe, and if anyones interested, I scan in their chinese advertising literature for more people to see.