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December 13, 2023

GAC Motor PH Previews All-New M8 Luxury MPV And M6 Pro MPV

GAC Motor Philippines is growing its MPV line-up with the arrival of the M8 and M6 Pro. These two MPVs are part of their extensive new model refresh which will see them unveil an additional four models and 15 additional dealerships in 2024.

The GAC M8 is positioned as a luxury MPV in the same vein as the Toyota Alphard. It’s designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and safety at a competitive price point. The 7-seater (2+2+3) MPV is powered by a 2.0-liter direct injected turbocharged engine making 248 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. This is then mated to an 8-speed automatic.

The M8 comes standard with multi-function LED headlights, dual power sliding doors, an acoustic-insulated windshield, 360-degree camera, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, it gets a three-zone climate control system, 12-way power adjustable driver’s seat, 4-way power adjustable front passenger seat, built-in tray tables, and ventilated and heated seats with massagers. It also gets a panoramic sunroof and multi-color ambient lighting. In terms of infotainment, it gets a 14.6-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, both USB Type A and Type C ports, and an 8-speaker sound system.

For safety, it gets 6 SRS airbags, ABS with EBD, tire pressure monitoring, hill-start hold, hill descent control, and a suite of advanced driver assist or ADAS.

Meanwhile, the M6 Pro replaces the GAC GN6 in the line-up. Billed as a true “7-seater MPV,” it’s said to have best-in-class dimensions that prioritizes space along with the latest safety technology. Powering the M6 Pro is a turbocharged 1.5-liter with 174 horsepower and 270 Nm of torque mated to a 7-speed wet-type dual clutch automatic.

Features of the M6 Pro include multi-reflector LED headlights, rain-sensing front wipers, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a 360-degree camera. Inside, it has PVC leather-feel seats with a 6-way adjustable driver’s seat, second-row Captain’s Seats with manual adjustment, dual zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, and ambient interior lighting. Convenience features include a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, USB Type A and Type C ports, and an 8-speaker system.

In terms of safety, the M6 Pro comes with a full suite of gear including 6 SRS airbags, ABS with EBD, hill-start hold and hill descent control, tire pressure monitoring as well as ADAS.

Reservations for both GAC M8 and M6 Pro starts on December 14 with retail deliveries starting in early 2024. 

The M8 comes in two variants: the M8 GL will be priced between P 3 to 3.1 million and the M8 GX Master priced between P 4 to P 4.1 million.

On the other hand, the M6 Pro comes in two variants as well. The M6 Pro image pricing is between P 1.2 to P 1.3-million for the M6 Pro GS and P 1.5 to P 1.6-million for the M6 Pro GL.


  1. Definitely this GN6 replacement M6 is a Hit product for the low variant PRO at 1.2M pesos. But the top end GS could be competitive at 1.4M. I hope GAC makes the right decision or else this MPV will go nowhere. See the Innova Zenix it's not saleable even if it's Toyota brand.

  2. Very good new MPV lineup of GAC

  3. natatawa ako sa mga tao nagsasabi na since 50/50 joint venture ang GAC sa Toyota, reliable din daw. Para din yan Geely ay Volvo daw. lels

    1. Honda and Toyota owe a lot of their success in China thanks to GAC.
      Honda GAC exported the Odyssey e:HEV made by them to Japan already
      Toyota let GAC use the hybrid system of theirs to the Hybrid versions of M8 van and GS8 SUV

    2. Owed??? 🤣🤣🤣. Its the other way around boy, even though they have joint ventures(actually a force JV) i reality GAC is just a contract manufacturer, and owed a lot to honda and toyota. You see GAC now shamelessly copies toyota cars and price it high to pretend that GAC cars are at level of toyota quality

    3. GAC vehicles doesn't evem use toyota parts. Wtf

    4. GAC M8 and GS8 Hybrid variants are using Toyota Hybrid technology
      Toyota and Honda can go solo if they want to in China as there's a new law that allows foreign car manufacturers to do business in China on their own but Toyota and Honda prefer JVs as they save money from it.

  4. Nice car and the best way for Filipinos


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