The brand new Venucia VOW concept has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, showing a sleek and sporty four-door coupe painted in heavenly blue. The Venucia VOW previews a possible future sedan, but it looks kinda wild for the normally rather subdue Venucia brand.
This is the new Dongfeng Fengxing S500, it will debut on Monday on the Shanghai Auto Show followed by a launch on the Chinese car market in H2. The Fengxing S500 is a compact MPV, ready to compete in one of the fastest growing segments of the market.
Venucia has released the first images of a new four-door coupe concept that will debut next week on the Shanghai Auto Show. The yet unnamed concept features a relatively small grille with angry headlights, a low roof line, wide wheel arches, and giant wheels.
Venucia, or Kai Chen in Chinese, is a sub-brand of the Dongfeng-Nissan joint venture, selling low-priced cars based on Nissan platforms.
The new Dongfeng Fengdu MX6 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 122.800 yuan and ends at 169.800 yuan ($19.760 – 27.330). The Dongfeng Fengdu MX6 is based on the old Nissan X-Trail. The platform became available after the new X-Trail launched in March last year.
The DongfengFengshen E30 & E30L have been launched on the Chinese car market. The E30 and E30L are electric mini cars, the E30 is the short-wheelbase two-seat version, and the E30L a slightly longer four-seat version. They’ve had a long time coming. The E30 debuted back in 2011 as the Dongfeng EJ02 EV, and production was confirmed in 2013. Over all those years the design of the vehicle didn’t change a bit, resulting in a somewhat oddball look.
Not all automakers believe in downsizing. Dongfeng Motor for example, is sizing up. The Fengxing Jingyi S50 sedan will become available with a rather old 147hp 2.0 petrol, sourced from PSA, and used in various Peugeots and Citroens that are manufactured in China at the Dongfeng-PSA joint venture.