This is the new BYD T5 electric light-truck, a vehicle that could revolutionize transport in China. The BYD T5 will have a top speed of 50 kilometers per hour and a range of about 400 kilometer, making it a perfect solution for transportation within city limits.
New spy shots showing the facelifted BYD G6 sedan testing in China, debut is scheduled for the Chengdu Auto Show in September with a launch on the China car market in October. The facelift comes with a new heavily chromed grille, new headlights, new rear lights, new bumpers, and a new engine.
BYD has applied for patent on a new mid-size passenger bus, about the size of a Toyota Coaster. It is most likely electric, with the batteries stored in the boxes on the roof. The new bus looks rather futuristic with the design around the headlights mimicking the BYD Qin and BYD Tang road cars.
BYDwill join this year’s China Rally Championship (CRC) with the BYD Qin plug-in hybrid, marking the first time ever for a hybrid car to compete in rallying. The CRC is China’s official national rally championship with six scheduled events for 2014, supervised by the ‘Federation of Automobile Sports of PRC’ (FASC). Other participants in the CRC include y Suzuki with the Swift, Lifan with the 330, and various dealer-teams with the usual Impreza’s and EVO’s.
The new BYD G5 sedan debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The BYD G5 is a new addition to the BYD line-up, it will be positioned between the BYD F3 and the BYD G6. The G5 will be launched on the China car market in the second half of this year.
The BYD Tang hybrid SUV debuted today on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The BYD Tang is a speedy hybrid SUV based on the BYD S7, which again is based on the good old BYD S6. The BYD Tang comes with an impressive front with a giant grille with lots of chrome, which will look even more heavy-loaded on a dark colored car.
The first live shots of the of the BYD Tang hybrid SUV, scheduled to debut on Sunday on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The BYD Tang is a speedy hybrid SUV based on the upcoming BYD S7, which again is based on the good old BYD S6. The Tang comes with an impressive front with a giant grille with lots of chrome. The body seems heightened compared to the S6 and S7, but the wheels are the same size, making for a slightly unbalanced look.