The Landwind X6 is a Chinese-built SUV developed by Jiangling Motors. It was sold in some European markets, being the first vehicle from the People's Republic of China that has ever been exported to Europe. The first 200 European market Landwinds reached the Belgian port of Antwerp on July 4, 2005. The first Chinese car to be sold in Europe was the Yue Loong Feeling, from Taiwan (1992).
Like some Chinese-made cars, the JMC Landwind is widely derived from older imported technology and design, in this case the Isuzu. Rodeo which was sold from 1998 to 2004.
In China the SUV is sold under the name of Jiangling Baowei and it is also available as a pickup truck called the Baodian. The Baodian is exported as the "JMC Boarding" to Asian, South American, and African markets (amongst others).