A magically beautiful Mercedes-BenzC-Class L sedan, Spotted in China on the edge of the Lido area in Beijing. The good Benz is wrapped in an eye killing shiny Pink wrap, and further sexed up with an all-black grille, a black lip under the bumper, darkened windows, matte black multispoke alloys, and glittered license plate frames.
The new Mercedes-Benz C200L 4Matic Sport has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show. The C200L 4Matic Sport is the latest addition to the C-Class L, a stretched variant of the C-Class for the Chinese car market. So here we have a sporty stretched four-wheel drive limousine; only in China…
The facelifted Mercedes-Benz C-Class L will debut next week on the Shanghai Auto Show. The C-Class L is a stretched variant of the C-Class for the Chinese car market. At the same time, Mercedes-Benz will also launch the China-made version of the normal ‘SWB’ version of the C-Class, which is currently only available as an expensive import. To differentiate the two Chinese C’ees the L gets a shiny new ornament on the C-pillar.
The first Spy Shots of the Beijing AutoSenova D80 testing in China. The D80 will be the flagship of the Senova brand, it debuted as a semi-concept on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of this year.
This is the new Beijing AutoSenova C90 EV concept, it debuted earlier this week on the International New Energy Vehicle TechnologyDevelopment Exhibition in the great city of Mianyang in Sichuan Province. The Senova C90 EV is the electric version of the upcoming petrol powered Beijing Auto Senova C90L. The C90 L and C90 EV will be based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class L, a stretched variant of the E-class that is manufactured in China by the Beijing-Benz joint venture.
A very happy Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan, Spotted in China in far east Beijing. The good Benz is wrapped in an eye watering shiny purple wrap, and further benzee’d up with a AMG-style body kit, and extra shiny grille, sleek LED-like fog lights in plastic chrome, darkened front lights, black windows, a black rood, and super racy multispoke matte gray alloys.
The Chinese government is investigating major car makers on accusations of price fixing and breaking anti-monopoly laws. In a new development the local Chinese governments are going after the embattled car makers too.
Mercedes-Benz has been reportedly found guilty of vertical price fixing of car parts by an anti-monopoly investigation launched by the Jiangsu Province Price Bureau.
The very first Spy Shots showing the China-made Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class. Earlier on we heard production would start in 2015 but apparently things are moving much faster. Chinese media say the GLA will hit the Chinese car market in May 2015, that however seems very late as the car loox completely finished.