Chinese SUV maker Changfeng Group Co. Ltd. will return to Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January with four models, 5,000 sq.-ft. (465 sq.-m) of display space and plans to begin selling vehicles in the U.S. within three to five years. The auto maker exhibited five SUVs at this year’s Detroit auto show under the Liebao brand name. According to Chinese press reports, the wife of Changfeng President Li Jianxin last month gave birth to twins, and the auto maker’s plant in ...

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