Brilliance is working on a facelift for the Junjie FSV sedan. The facelift included an all-new front, some changes at the back and an updated interior. The facelifted Junjie FSV will be launched on the Chinese car market later this year.
China’s Brilliance makes decent looking cars compared to its local rivals, and a lot of the good work comes from the famous Italian design house Pininfarina. The former loves Pininfarina’s designs so much that they’ve decided to hire the man who penned them.
The Pininfarina designer in question is Dimitri Vicedomini, who has 15 years of design experience. He previously led a Pininfarina team to design and modify several Brilliance models, including the BS4 and H530.
Spy shots from the upcoming Brilliance H230 hatchback testing in China. The Brilliance H230 sedan debuted last week at the Beijing Auto Show, the hatchback will likely debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show in December.
This is the new Brilliance H230 sedan, it debuted on the Beijing Auto Show and will be listed on the China car market in the second half of this year. Design worked out very well, it is a sharp looking small sedan that will certainly win buyers. Brilliance’s design has been improving fast over the last couple ‘a years, may it continue! Now, note that ‘journalist’ in a kinda dirty white t-shirt at the back of the car.
The Brilliance Greater China II concept debuted at the Beijing Auto Show. The Greater China II is an updated an much better version of the Brilliance Greater China concept car that debuted on the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show. The Greater China II previews Brilliance’s new flagship sedan that will see production in 2013.
Brilliance Automotive will bring four concept cars to the Beijing Auto Show. First up is the Brilliance Greater China II, an updated version of the Brilliance Greater China that debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show last year. The Greater China will see production in 2013, it will positioned above the BS6, priced around 150.000 to 180.000 yuan.
Last-minute surprise from Brilliance Automotive. The upcoming Brilliance H330 has been renamed to Brilliance H230. The H230 will debut at the Beijing Auto Show later this month and it will be listed on the Chinese car market later this year. See below for new spy shots showing the very new H230 from all sides.
Brilliance Automotive, BMW’s Chinese partner, reported full-year profit rose 43 percent after demand for luxury vehicles outpaced deliveries in the country’s overall automobile market. Brilliance also has a minibus joint venture with Toyota, and they sell their own cars under the ‘Brilliance‘-brand.
Brilliance’s net income rose to 1.81 billion yuan ($285 million) last year, the company said in a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Friday. That matched the 1.81 billion yuan average of 14 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Sales fell 28 percent to 6.44 billion yuan.
This is the new Brilliance H330 sedan, all-naked in white. The H330 will debut at the Beijing Auto Show later this month and is has become a real looker, especially the front is expressive with an interesting chrome-pattern on the grille and headlights that move around the corners.
A very subtle customized Brilliance BS6 seen here in Beijing. The fine car has an all-new front that clearly reminds of the mad German tuner Asma. The rest of the body has been taken care for as well, with side skirts, a crap load of stickers, blacked-out alloys and a big wing on the back.