An extremely rare and racy pickup truck based on the China-made C6 Audi A6L, Spotted in China on a car market in east Beijing. The vehicle was a bit dusty but otherwise in a good condition. It was formerly owned by a nearby Audi dealer, when this dealer closed due to a nasty bankruptcy the car was sold to a small repair shop and there it stands today.
An elegant Audi A6L, Spotted in China on a parking lot on a sunny day in Beijing. The good Audi is wrapped is an eye smoothing matte blue wrap, and further dressed up with an extra shiny grille, darkened windows, and sporty wheels with five-spoke silver black alloys.
Volkswagen is very strong in China but there is reason to worry about the future. They have been so busy adding ever more sedans to their Chinese lineup that they completely missed the SUV boom, resulting in a locally-made line with nine sedans, only one SUV, two hatchbacks, two wagons, and an MPV. Of these 16 cars a whopping 10 are made only for China: cars you cannot get unless you live there. Here they are:
New Spy Shots of a new Volkswagen SUV for China, most likely the production version of the Volkswagen CrossBlue concept. The new SUV will be positioned between the Tiguan and the Touareg, and should not be confused with the T-Prime Concept GTE, which previewed an SUV that will be positioned above the Touareg.
The new Audi A4L debuted today on the Beijing Auto Show, with the new big grille, the lightning-lights, and Audi’s ‘digital cockpit’ dashboard architecture. The Audi A4L is a China-only stretched variant of the Audi A4, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in July.
The new 2017 Audi A4 debuted in January in Detroit, so it is time for the Audi A4L to follow suit. The A4L is a China-only stretched variant of the Audi A4. It gets the same new grille and headlights as the regular model. Debut is scheduled for April 25, the first day of the Beijing Auto Show.
The facelifted Volkswagen Bora has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 107.800 yuan and ends at 153.800 yuan. The facelift includes a new front with a new grille and new lights, new bumpers, new taillights, a redesigned D-pillar, new alloys, and a new touch screen for the top spec car.
Spy Shots of the new Volkswagen Magotan for China. It will debut on the Beijing Auto Show next month and launch on the Chinese car market in July. The Magotan is a China-only sedan based on the Volkswagen Passat B8.