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Haval Coupe Concept debuts on the Beijing Auto Show

Published on April 21, 2014 by Joey Wang

Haval Coupe Concept debuts on the Beijing Auto Show

The Haval Coupe Concept debuted today on the Beijing Auto Show. The Haval Coupe is a sporty mid-size SUV previewing a sporty mid-size SUV that will be launched on the China car market in 2016. The vehicle looked impressive with a huge grille and heavy bumper. Interestingly, Haval didn’t use any chrome up front.

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Great window line there around the C-pillar. Large door handles, as pointed out by the girl wearing an impossibly tight black dress, contrasting perfectly with kinda-gold kinda-gray paint.

The Haval Coupe Concept is a 4X4 ‘powered’ by a plug-in hybrid drive train with a fuel consumption of 2.2 liter per 100 kilometer. No further details given. The production version is expected to hit the Chinese car market in 2016, powered by 2.0 turbo and 3.0 turbo petrol engines.

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Things got slightly hot out there…

Note chromed exhaust pipes and huge 22 inch wheels.

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The screen in the background showed images of a children’s clothing store.



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  1. Anon- April 21, 2014 Reply

    Elegant and impressive with good presence.

  2. Dave- April 21, 2014 Reply

    Beautiful car

  3. Beijing 2014: Haval Coupe Concept- April 21, 2014 Reply

    […] Coupe Concept debuts on the Beijing Auto Show BY JOEY WANG APRIL 21, 2014 Car News China The Haval Coupe Concept debuted today on the Beijing Auto Show. The Haval Coupe is a sporty […]

  4. Fan Bing Bing :-)- April 22, 2014 Reply

    Pierre Leclercq and his design team did an excellent job on the Haval Coupe Concept. I hope the plug-in hybrid system is offered when the SUV does hit the market in 2016.

  5. roy- April 22, 2014 Reply

    Superb car, love the styling.

  6. SBY- April 27, 2014 Reply

    Another copy? Fuck

  7. Lawrence- April 27, 2014 Reply

    It looks like an awesome, sexy, and original design to me.

    Haval Coupe Concept video:

    http://youtu.be/K_ka7wnfATc

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