We continue our coverage of the 2014 Zhuhai Airshow, celebrating the Power of Destruction, with this fantastic Dongfeng EQ2050 6×6 armored fighting vehicle (AFV). The giant machine is based on the famous Dongfeng EQ2025 ‘Chinese Hummer’, and developed mainly for long-range patrol deployments.
We continue our coverage of the 2014 Zhuhai Airshow with more vehicles of death & destruction. Today we bring you the impressive CSK002 Airborne Assault Vehicle (AAV). The CSK002 is based on the famous Dongfeng EQ2025 ‘Chinese Hummer’ and developed for deployment with airborne commando troops.
New Spy Shots showing the Dongfeng Fengshen L60 sedan all naked in China. The Fengshen L60 debuted as a concept on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show, the production version will debut later this month on the Guangzhou Auto Show, with a launch on the Chinese auto market in March 2015. Price will range from about 120.000 to around 150.000 yuan.
A new variant of the famous Dongfeng EQ2050 Brave Soldier of the Chinese army. This badass version is equipped with a Type W86 120 millimeter mortar that folds into the back of the vehicle, making for fast deployment and a fast exit. The system will officially debut next week on the Zhuhai Air Show (aka Airshow China), but we cannot wait that long so you see it here first.
Venucia, a sub-brand of the Dongfeng-Nissan joint venture, has released the first images of a new Venucia branded SUV. The yet nameless vehicle will debut in semi-concept form on the Guangzhou Auto Show in December, and the production version is expected to debut in the first half of 2015.
The Dongfeng Fengshen A30 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 67.500 yuan and ends at 85.700 yuan, giving Dongfeng a new entry in a hard battled segment of the market.
The A30 is the largest Fengshen sedan so far, giving the brand an entry in the hyper competitive sub-compact sedan market. Fengshen is a subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor, making a range of relatively cheap passenger cars.
The new Dongfeng Fengxing Jingyi S50 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 69.900 yuan and ends at 102.900 yuan, positioning the vehicle in one of the most competitive and most crowded segments of the market. The Fengxing Jingyi S50 debuted in April on the Beijing Auto show.