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Brilliance It’s Me concept car finally pops up in China

Published on January 5, 2013 by Joey Wang

Brilliance It's Me concept car finally pops up in China

These are the very first pictures of the Brilliance It’s Me concept car. The It’s Me was expected to debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April last year, Brilliance even distributed an official photo to the press. But for some yet unknown reason the It’s Me never appeared. The reason might be that reactions at the time on the styling of the vehicle were less than positive, to say the least. Whatever why, the It’s Me was gone, until now.

Brilliance It's Me

The single photo Brilliance sent to the press in April last year. Note red door handles, the whole Chinese auto press was laughing at those. Concept still has ’em.

Brilliance It's Me concept car finally pops up in China

A Brilliance driver and fan of the brand from Shanxi Province found the It’s Me concept car at a Brilliance dealer in Xi’an. How and why it got there is unclear, but when a concept car ends up at a dealer it usually means the manufacturer doesn’t need it anymore.

Brilliance It's Me concept car finally pops up in China

Interior clearly unfinished. Very concept but not bad.

Brilliance It's Me concept car finally pops up in China

There was an engine under the bonnet so the It’s Me was likely based on an existing car.

Via: Autohome.

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  1. Anon- January 5, 2013 Reply

    Actually a very cohesive and elegant design. Slightly reminiscent of both Lancia and Alfa Romeo design cues in places but overall it is distinctive and pretty original. To me it also looks “Chinese”, although I can’t quite put my finger on why.

    Brilliance is the Chinese car company to watch. They have learnt all about build quality from JV partner BMW, and are hungry and hugely ambitious.

    Brilliance will be a global brand in 10 years time, perhaps even in 5.

  2. 88- January 6, 2013 Reply

    Cute…I guess the press pic didn’t show how the car really looks

  3. Franz Schoenger- January 8, 2013 Reply

    The overall shape seems similar to the Lancia Delta 3rd Generation.

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