The best spy shots so far of the upcoming Beijing Auto C51X SUV testing in China. The C51X is based on the platform of the old Saab 9-3, just like the upcoming Beijing Auto C60F. The Beijing Auto C51X debuted as a concept on the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, the production version is expected to debut on the April 2014 Beijing Auto Show.
Beijing Auto has released the first renderings of the upcoming Beijing Auto Weiwang SC20 SUV. Weiwang is a minivan-brand under Beijing Auto. The SC20 will be launched on the Chinese car market before the end of this year, debut is expected for the Chengdu Auto Show in September.
A very coolio Beijing-Jeep Cherokee pickup truck, seen in a kinda strange street in a faraway suburb in east Beijing. The vehicle looked fantastic and very home-made, clearly the work of a big chainsaw and a hard hammer! But no matter, its the result that counts…
Beijing Auto Works (BAW), a subsidiary of BAIC, is working on a facelift for the BAW 007 SUV. We haven’t seen the exterior yet but the interior is interesting enough, for now. The dashboard is completely new and loox very much inspired by the dashboard found in the Range Rover Evoque.
The Beijing Auto C51X SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market next year. The C51X will be based on the platform of the old Saab 9-3, just like the upcoming Beijing Auto C60F. The Beijing Auto C51X debuted as a concept on the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, the production version is expected to debut on the April 2014 Beijing Auto Show. Read more »
Chinese commercial vehicle manufacturer Beiqi Foton Motors Co signed an agreement with US engine manufacturer Cummins Inc on June 5 to jointly explore the Brazilian market. Foton will partner Cummins to build two plants in the country by 2014.
The new plants in Brazil will produce light trucks and pick-ups for the South American market, but annual production capacity has not yet been decided. Cummins now has a local plant with annual production capacity of 30,000 engines.
The Beijing Auto C60 will be launched on the Chinese car market late this year, debut of the production version is expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in late November. The Beijing Auto C60 debuted as ‘C60F’ on the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, it was later renamed C60G.
New spy shots of the Beijing Auto B80VJtesting in China. The last time we saw the vehicle was in July last year. The B80VJ is destined for the army, the ‘B80V‘ is the civilian version. The B80 is design-wise inspired by the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, which should be all right by now, and is based on the platform of Beijing Auto Works Knight S12 which is basically a rebadged Beijing-Jeep Cherokee. Platforms really never die in China…