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Chery TX SUV concept debuts early for the Beijing Auto Show

Published on April 20, 2012 by Joey Wang

Chery TX SUV

Chery couldn’t wait for the Beijing Auto Show to start and unveiled the Chery TX SUV concept at party yesterday night. The TX concept previews Chery’s future design language for SUV’s. The TX was designed by one James Hope, an Englishman working for Chery.

Chery TX SUV

Mr. Hope explaining things.

Chery TX SUV

A very fine lined car this TX is, I especially like the horizontal lines on top of the wheel arches. The TX is powered by a 2.0 turbo that poops out 144kw and 190nm, mated to a CVT bringing power to all four wheels. No greenyweeny here!, good. Size: 4465/2082/1670, wheelbase is 2825.

Chery TX SUV

Chery TX SUV

Chery TX SUV

Chery TX SUV

Chery didn’t open the door and with some reason, the interior doesn’t seem very finished yet, even for a concept car.

Chery TX SUV

No logo on the steering wheel, guess Chery needed one week more…

Via: Sohu, Autohome.

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  1. koning- April 20, 2012 Reply

    very nice. i hope their production version still look the same.
    SAIC MG unveiled many cool concepts, but their protection vehicles look hideous..

  2. koning- April 20, 2012 Reply

    *duc

  3. Tycho de Feyter- April 20, 2012 Reply

    Hello Koning, I think you made a mistake. No matter, it is a busy time indeed. Here is the MG Icon:

    http://www.carnewschina.com/2012/04/18/mg-icon-for-the-beijing-auto-show-inspired-by-mgb-and-nissan-juke/

  4. LaurentG- April 20, 2012 Reply

    New logo for Chery?

  5. koning- April 20, 2012 Reply

    yes, i did make a mistake. i meant BAIC. the company showed off very beautiful concepts few years ago

    http://us.aving.net/news/view.php?articleId=83269
    http://image.motortrend.com/f/auto-shows/2008-beijing-show-the-top-10-chinese-concepts/9713416+cr1+re0+ar1/baic-sedan.jpg

  6. Lawrence- April 23, 2012 Reply

    Why do Chinese car companies show concepts like this and then build terrible clones of Euro/Korean cars?!?

  7. knutZen- June 10, 2012 Reply

    If this car were to come to market next year it would have a chanse (in Europe too), but as usual the development will take forever – and when it finally come to market the design is already outdated. Or changed to boring as the above commenters point out. Sad!

  8. Steve- November 22, 2013 Reply

    This car looks amazing!
    Hopefully it will come to New Zealand in 2015 because I will be ready for a new car by then

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