What is going on here? Well, the man in red shoes is a corporate spy taking photos of the underside. The girl in white shoes is a internet-TV hostess, and a hot one at that, waiting for her shoot. The man in blue shirt is a camera operator for the internet-TV hostess, taking some shots of the car. The car is the brand new production version of the Venucia T90, as it was launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China.
When the Nissan Lannialaunched in October last year we thought is was not too pretty. But the China-only mid-size sedan kinda grows on you. There are a lot of them on the road now and I slowly start to like it more. It surely is special and this shiny purple example is just beautiful.
The new NissanTiida hatchback has been unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, looking good in green. The new Tiida is basically the same car as the European Nissan Pulsar (C13), albeit with a different grille and bumpers. It will be launched on the Chinese car market shortly, priced from 100.000 to 140.000 yuan.
The Venucia T90 has been unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, looking sleek and somewhat sporty in white. The T90 is the new flagship of the Venucia brand, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q3, sporting a coupe-SUV shape in BMW X6 style with mean looking headlights and a big grille. It is the production version of the 2015 Venucia Vow concept.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming Venucia T90 SUV. It will debut on the Beijing Auto Show later this month and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. The T90 will be positioned above the Venucia T70. It has a sporty coupe-SUV shape in BMW X6 style with mean looking headlights and a big grille.
The very first Spy Shots of the upcoming Venucia T90 SUV. It will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in late April and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. The T90 will be positioned above the Venucia T70. It will have a sporty coupe-SUV shape with a rather big spoiler in the boot lid.
Nissan is developing a sports package for the Nissan Lannia sedan. The package includes red winglets under the bumpers, red mirrors (!), red strips on the doors, and a choice between two rear wings, one it seems with LED lights inside.
The sport package will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market around the same time. There will be no mechanical changes, which means the sportpack equipped car will probably be slower than the standard car because of the extra drag caused by all the extra plastic.
The Lannia was launched in October last year, powered by a 1.6 liter four-cylinder petrol with 126hp and 154nm, mated to a six-speed manual or a CVT. Price starts at 105.900 yuan and ends at 143.900 yuan. The Sport Package will cost around 5000 yuan.
A beautiful black Nissan Bluebird EQ 7200-III, Spotted in China in the Dongba area in the far eastern suburbs of Beijing. The good Nissan was a bit dusty but otherwise in perfect shape; smooth paint, shiny chrome, nothing gone or broken, and original up until the alloys.