Earlier this week we saw the first spy shots of the facelifted Brilliance V3. And now we have the interior and we are impressed! It sports a giant Tesla-style vertical touch screen, at least 15 inch, with seemingly very clear graphics.
Spy Shots of the facelifted Brilliance V3, a popular Chinese crossover. It will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and hit the market soon thereafter. The facelift includes a new and very striking shiny grille, new headlights, new taillights, and new bumpers.
The very first Spy Shots of the upcoming BrillianceV7, a crossover SUV for China. It has black wheel arches for the crossy look and a large grille which will undoubtedly be shiny. The V7 will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in H2.
The new Brilliance-Shineray X7 MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market, looking rather good with a large grille, usable roof rails, sporty alloys, and racy red brakes. Price starts at 85.900 yuan and ends at 106.900 yuan. The X7 is positioned for some serious battle, right amidst the ultra hot mini MPV segment.
The facelifted Brilliance H530 sedan has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. The facelift includes a grille with more shiny, new headlights, and a new front bumper with large pods on each side, containing the barely visible fog lights.
However, the MDX was recently facelifted, so Jinbei is already behind. Back to the clone-drawing table! We now also know the English name: Tjatse. Not a joke. Tjatse it is. Husband: “I just bough a new Tjatse honey.” Wife: “Oh. What exactly… are you trying to say?”
BMW has released new images of the new Zinoro60H for China. The 60H is the production version of the Zinoro Next concept, it is based on the new long wheelbase BMW X1 Li. Zinoro is a sub brand of the Brilliance-BMW joint venture making new-energy vehicles (NEV’s). Their first car was the lease-only Zinoro 1E, based on the old BMW X1. The 1E will be discontinued.
This is the new Brilliance-Shineray X7 MPV for China. It will be launched on the Chinese car market in September. Price will range from 90.000 to 110.000 yuan, and that will put it straight in the middle of the hottest-selling segment of the moment. Note Italian-flag badge on the fender under the mirror.
This is the new Jinbei Diazi, formerly known as the Jinbei MS3. The new name is hard to pronounce even in Chinese and doesn’t really seem to have a meaning. The Diaze is also a clone of the Acura MDX, and Jinbei even managed to copy an Acura color.