The Geely Borui GC9, also known as simply Geely GC9, is a Chinese family car based on the Volvo S60.
The GC9's design is based on the KC Concept unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show in 2013 and was penned by Peter Horbury, former Volvo designed named chief designer at Geely in 2012.
The GC9 was developed from a new platform jointly developed with Volvo. It is equipped with double wishbone suspension tuned by automotive technology company Prodrive. The Borui engine options include a 1.8T GDI engine and 3.5L V6 aluminum engine, as well as a six-speed direct shift gearbox provided by Australian transmission producer DSI, which was acquired by Geely in 2009.
The Geely GC9 has the following rank statistics:
The Geely GC9, while appearing to accelerate slowly at first glance, has a high nitro stat to negate this. The GC9's top speed stat is also only above-average, albeit still better than the Renault DeZir's due to having a smaller nitro boost. Being a heavy luxury sedan, the GC9 has subpar handling yet has a surprisingly sharp drifting radius.
Originally, upgrades cost 787,360 while Pro Kits require 559,075, 11 of each Class D parts card, 10 Early & Initial Tech cards and 8 V6 Engine cards. As of 2018 Spring Update, upgrades cost 1,735,710 or 4,825, Pro Kits require 609,900 and 12 more V6 Engine cards.
Prior to the Lunar New Year 2017 Update, the Geely GC9 had always been available for purchase after its pre-release cups were held before the Car Mastery Update. It was changed into a time-limited car, available only for purchase between February 19, 2017 and February 25, 2017.
A 7 day event was released on March 18, 2018, where people who scored 21 Trophies were rewarded with the Geely GC9.
As of April 7, 2017, the Geely GC9 now remains permanently in the garage.