The new Beijing AutoHuansu H6 MPV has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price starts at 60.800 yuan and ends at 75.800 yuan. There is also a panel van version that costs only 59.800 yuan. The Huansu H6 seats five to nine passengers depending on configuration, and we bet it will be very popular with taxi companies and the such like.
Lucid Motors is another upstart with grandiose plans. It says it will start production of a Tesla-beating hyper sedan in 2018, in a brand new $700 million factory in Arizona. The company showed a development mule, which looks surprisingly ready, on an event in Los Angeles last month.
The brand new Bisu T3 has been launched on the Chinese car market, looking trendy there in black and white. Price starts at 74.900 yuan and ends at 86.900 yuan. The T3 is a compact SUV, it is manufactured by a new car company called Chonqing Bisu Automotive Corporation, based in the great city of Chongqing in central China.
This is the new in-your-face Huansu S5 SUV for China, sporting an enormous lower grille with loads of shine. The gille is flanked by two black hooks in the bumper and supported by a gray skid pad. Very impressive and just a tad too much Lexus.
Beijing Auto is going to launch two factory-specials of the polarizing BJ20 SUV, one sporty and one classy. The sporty one looks brilliant. It is painted in matte gray and dressed up with an orange air duct, an orange skid pad, orange wheel arches, and a roof rack with four orange search lights.
The Beijing Auto ArcFox-1 EV concept was launched on the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show in China, looking great with lots of orange stickers, orange badges and orange wheels. But best are the E-RACING decals on the doors. This ArcFox-1 concept is the closed-roof version of the earlier ArcFox-1 City Car Concept.
This is the new Beijing Auto EC180, it debuted on the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show in China, sporting a trendy black bonnet and blue headlights lenses. The EC180 is a compact electric car, it will be launched on the Chinese auto market in the second quarter of 2017.
The beautifully weird Beijing Auto BJ80 Riot Control Car was unveiled on the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show in China. It is based on the BJ80 SUV but fitted with a completely new body and clad in extra steel and kevlar plating. The result is absolutely impressive, especially in this matte gray color scheme.
The Beijing Auto BJ80 has finally been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 288.000 yuan and ends at 298.000 yuan ($42.600-44.000). The BJ80, formerly known as the BJ80C, is the civilian version of the BJ80 series, which also includes the BJ80J military version and the BJ80D civilian diesel version.
The BJ80 however has no stinky diesel under the bonnet, but an old Swede:
The Beijing Auto BJ20 has been launched on the Chinese car market and we like it a lot. It just looks brilliant in its own kind of way, daring and a bit crazy. A far departure from the conservative design Beijing Auto normally applies on its other vehicles. And the market seems to dig it; I have seen a lot of them on the road already. Price for all this pretty starts at 96.800 yuan and ends at 139.800 yuan ($14.300 – 20.600).