Sensational Spy Shots of a fiery red SUV with quite some Bling around. This is the Beijing Auto Zhanshen, a prototype-slash-concept for a true passenger-car variant of the Beijing Auto BJ2022 Yongshi (Brave Warrior). The existence of the project is interesting because Beijing Auto will soon launch the new BJ80 series, the semi-official successor of that very same BJ2022.
The best Spy Shots so far of the four-door convertible variant of the new Beijing Auto BJ80J, seen here as a gas station at the outskirts of Beijing city. The BJ80J is the military variant of the Beijing Auto BJ80, with the civilian version designated BJ80C. Deliveries to the army are scheduled to begin in early 2016.
The best Spy Shots so far of the new Changhe Q25, a new sub compact crossover for China, seen here on a dealer event. The Changhe Q25 was expected for debut on the Chengdu Auto Show but didn’t show. The latest reports indicate the Q25 will be launched on the Chinese car market in late Q4.
The best photos so far of the new Beijing Auto BJ80J, a new 4×4 utility vehicle for the Chinese armed forces. The BJ80J is the military variant of the BJ80, with the civilian version designated BJ80C. Deliveries to the army are scheduled to begin in early 2016.
A very sweet Beijing-Jeep Cherokee emergency medical vehicle, Spotted in China in the the faraway eastern suburbs of Beijing. The vehicle had a red cross on the bonnet, on the front doors, and two on the back. On the roof an impressive unit for the warning-light and siren. Behind the windshield a white sign writing Jiuhu (救护), which means ‘administer first aid’ or ‘rescue’. A jiuhuche (救护车) is an ambulance.
New Spy Shots of the production version of the Beijing Auto BJ80, a new rough ‘n ready full size SUV for China. This white example is a base-spec variant, oddly here with an army-green grille. In the background a real military variant with a raised roof, more on that one below. The production-ready BJ80 debuted in April on the Shanghai Auto Show, launch on the Chinese car market is scheduled for Q4.
The BX7 will launch on the Chinese car market in the first half of 2016, followed by India and Brazil in 2017, and followed by Europe in 2018. The BX7 will be manufactured in the Chinese capital Beijing by Foton Motor. Debut in China is expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in December.
The very first Spy Shots of the new Borgward BX7 testing in China. The resurrected Borgward brand will officially debut tomorrow at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The BX7 will then launch on the Chinese car market in the first half of 2016, followed by India and Brazil in 2017, and followed by Europe in 2018. Price of the BX7 will start around 255.000 yuan or 40.000 USD. The Chinese name of Borgward is Bao Wo (宝沃).