Gallery : MG 550

The Roewe 550 was exported to a number of countries around the world, but in markets where its nameplate wouldn’t mean much, the Shanghai engineered nailed MG badges to them.

You’ll find these badge engineered cross-breeds on sale in South America, Russia and various other Asian markets.

MG 550 gallery

MG 550 - or more correctly, a Photoshopped Roewe 550 sedan.

MG 550 - or more correctly, a Photoshopped Roewe 550 sedan.

If in years to come, you’re on your travels and see MG badged Roewes, this is quite normal – it’s just a case of Chinese badge engineering. Echoes of Chinese Leyland perhaps?

The badging seems to vary between the carefully Photoshopped press images and the actual road-going car, which does away with the Roewe shaped badge plinth for its MG octagon. Also note the union flag badge on the front wings of the red car…


Posted in: MG6, MG6/Roewe 550
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3 Comments on "Gallery : MG 550"

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  1. JonBoy says:

    i still think the front of the car is not very pretty, the MG6 definitely does it better

  2. Rover says:

    Super autka chinczycy potrafili wyprodukowac , tylko pogratulawać

  3. Hilton D says:

    The red one doesn’t look bad and I like the alloy wheels and black sills. Does look very like the current VW Passat.

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