The new FAW Besturn B30 sedan will be launched on the Chinese car market in November. Price will start around 60.000 yuan and end around 80.000 yuan. The Besturn B30 debuted in concept form on the Shanghai Auto Show in April, and the final production version will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September.
Big bad car crash in China! A massive Hongqi L5 limousine bumped into a medium-sized passenger bus in the eastern suburbs of Shanghai, causing heavy damage to the front of the vehicle. The accident happened when the bus was trying to make a U-turn on the middle of the road, a typical Chinese way of doing things, and the Hongqi had no way to escape.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming FAW R20, a new compact SUV which will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4. Earlier on we heard the R20 would be marketed under the Junpai sub-brand, but the latest reports in Chinese media indicate it will instead become part of the ‘Senya’ range, which currently consists of a bunch of small MPV’s, the largest being the Senya M80. A mess of brands and names; business as usual for FAW.
Spy Shots of the upcoming Besturn B50 RS testing in China, featuring an aggressive body kit with a big wing on the back. The B50 RS is the sporty version of the upcoming facelifted Besturn B50 sedan. The facelifted B50 and the B50RS are expected for debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September.
A Hongqi L5 sedan and a Maybach 62 dressed as a wedding car, seen on the parking lot of a hotel in the great city of Shanghai. Both are great cars with loads of power and loads of presence, but you can have only one. Which one? Time to compare!
The very first photos of the all-new Hongqi LS5 SUV on the road, parked next to a Hongqi L5 sedan. The Hongqi LS5 debuted in March on the Shanghai Auto Show, and the vehicle of the photos is likely the show car, probably on the road for a photo shoot or such.
We have received a flock of new photos on the extremely beautiful Hongqi L5 Parade Car, a very special vehicle that debuted on the world stage during the Victory Day parade in Minsk on May 9. The new photos were taken in China over the winter, before delivery to Belarus.
Two mighty Hongqi L5 parade cars, parading at high speed during the May 9 Victory Day Parade in Minsk, capital of Belarus. The event marks the first official outing for the Hongqi L5 parade cars after the parade-rehearsals on May 6.
Two Hongqi L5 parade cars seen on May 5 in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, during a rehearsal for the May 9 Victory Day Parade (wiki). During the parade one Hongqi will be used by the Belarus defense minister and the other by the Chief of Staff.
The two Hongi ‘Red Flag’ parade cars are a gift from the Chinese Ministry of Defense to the Belarus Ministry of Defense, the vehicles were officially handed over on April 8.