This is the new Chery S51 EV for China. It will hit the Chinese car market in November, called the Chery EQ1. S51 is a factory designation, and the ultracool @Ant name has neen dropped. The 1 in EQ1 was added because the electric variant of the Chery QQ is called the Chery EQ.
And the electric compact hatchbacks keep coming. The latest blue leaf on the green tree is this Cowin C3R EV, the electric version of the Cowin C3R. The C3R EV, another such easy name, will be launched on the Chinese car market in October. Sadly, the production car won’t get the blue tires, but customers can spec the blue roof and blue mirrors, and it has the usual…
Chery will base five new cars on their new T1X modular platform, which was developed with assistance from Jaguar Land Rovers, partner in the Chery-JLR joint venture. The T1X platform can support various body styles and engine configurations. The only fixed asset is the steering wheel-front axle ensemble. Everything else, including wheelbase and rear overhang, is variable.
It will be followed by a coupe version of the Tiggo 7, a larger seven-seat SUV (likely to be called Tiggo 9), a PHEV with a yet unknown body style, and a seven-seat MPV. All these cars will be launched before 2020. The new cars will mainly use turbocharged engines but Chery will retain the long serving naturally aspirated 2.0.
The new Cowin V3 MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 62.800 yuan and ends at 78.800 yuan. The mini MPV segment is booming with ever more buyers and more cars entering the market. The Cowin V3 fits right in and looks good enough for some serious battle.
This is the all-new Chery Tiggo 7 SUV for China. It will be launched on the Chinese car market on September 12. It is the new flagship of the Chery range and also the first car with the new Chery design language, with a very typical grille and lights.
New Spy Shots of the Chery @Antelectric mini car, scheduled for launch on the Chinese car market in the fourth quarter. It looks hop enough with two-tone paint, yellow headlights, fake vents in the bumper, and sporty wheels with red brakes.
New Spy Shots of the new CheryKarry K60, an interesting mix of an SUV and an MPV. The Karry K60 will launch on the Chinese car market in the third quarter. Karry used to be the commercial vehicle division of Chery, but recently they have moved into the passenger market segment as well. First with the K50 and now with the K60.
The new Cowin X3 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 66.600 yuan and ends at 96.900 yuan. The Cowin X3 debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show. It has become a fine looking little car, not over-styled like so many local Chinese stuff, with simple lines making for a fine balance. Weird alloys with red brakes are very good.
Cowin Auto is a trendy budged brand under Chery Auto. They have big plans for China. Until 2018 they will add seven new cars to their lineup. The first car to arrive is the X3 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market later this month, and a plugin-hybrid version will follow in early 2017.
Chery is working on a small electric mini car for China, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4. It is called the @Ant. This ultra hip name has been used before, on two innovative concept cars: