We have seen the spy shots, we have seen its debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show, and now the infamous Landwind X7 SUV is completely ready for the Chinese car market. The Landwind X7 is a almost-perfect Chinese clone of the Range Rover Evoque.
The order books will open late next month with deliveries scheduled to start in March 2015. Jaguar-Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth can complain what he wants but it seems he is too late. He should have checked CarNewsChina.com earlier, we had the X7 in June 2013, at the time known under its codename ‘Landwind E32′.
The infamous Landwind X7 has arrived at the parking lot of the exhibition hall of the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show, where it will officially debut on Thursday. The Landwind X7 is a Chinese clone of the Land Rover Evoque. How good a clone?, you might wonder. Well… the great example from Great Brittan stood on the very same parking lot, painted in the same color. Here:
Last week we showed you the first photos of the production version of the infamous Landwind X7 SUV, a Chinese clone of the Range Rover Evoque. Today we have the first photos of the interior, cloned off the Evoque as well, although in a slightly less dramatic fashion. Let’s compare:
The first Spy Shots of the facelifted ChanganYuexiang V3 sedan for China, scheduled for debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month with a launch on the Chinese car market marked for Q1 2015. The facelift focuses on the front with a new grille in Yuexiang V7 style , new headlights, and a new position of the Changan logo.
Changan Automobile is developing two new SUV’s for China. The SUV segment is still booming with the biggest growth in the compact and sub-compact sizes. The new cars are codenamed R102 and R103. Both will be based on exiting platforms from Changan’s commercial-vehicles division, pretty much in the same was as Beijing Auto developed the new Beiqi Yinxiang brand.
The new Changan Yuexiang V7 sedan debuted in China on the Chengdu Auto Show. The Yuexiang V7 is the successor of the good old Changan Yuexiang (without ‘V7′). It will be launched on the Chinese auto market just before the end of this year, giving Changan a credible competitor in the super competitive sub-compact sedan market.