This is not a Ford. This instead is the first image of the new Hawtai Lusheng E80, a midsize sedan that will be launched on the Chinese car market next year. Hawtai took a good look at the Ford Taurus and copied the hood, grille, lights, bumper, A-pillar, and even the mirrors. Sadly we cannot see the rest of the car but we bet it will be Ford all along.
And the cloning continues. The latest example is this Lifan Xuanlang MPV, which looks far too much like a Ford S-Max. The proportions are the same, overall design is the same too, and so are the roof line, windows, the bonnet, the lights, the ‘Aston Martin’ grille, and even the alloys.
The new Lincoln Continental will be launched on the Chinese car market on September 2. China will be the first country in the world the get the Continental, in the U.S. it will only become available in the fall. The Continental won’t be made in China but will imported from America, whereas all its competitors are made locally.
New Spy Shots of the facelifted FordMondeo for China. It will debut in September on the Chengdu Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in October. The facelift includes a new front bumper, new front and tail lights, and most importantly a new grille. The Aston Martin inspired grille of the current car will be replaced by a wider grille with sharper corners.
A very racy Ford Fiesta S sedan, Spotted in China in the Lido area in Beijing. The good Ford was in a fine shape but in need of an urgent cleanup inside and out. Happily, paint and body looked strong, there was no rust or rot in sight, and all was original down until the speedy five-spoke wheels.
Ford is working on a facelift for the Mondeo in China. It will debut in September on the Chengdu Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in October. The facelift includes a new front bumper, new front and tail lights, and most importantly a new grille. The Aston Martin inspired grille of the current car will be replaced by a wider grille with sharper corners.
The new Ford Tourneo MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 176.900 yuan and ends at 203.900 yuan. The Tourneo is a slightly dressed up variant of the Euro-Ford Tourneo Custom. The Tourneo comes with some extra shiny in the grille and bumper, and fancy alloy wheels.
Lincoln took the final production version of the much hyped 2017 Continental to the Beijing Auto Show. Lincoln expects China to be the second-largest marker worldwide for the new sled, after the United States. The Lincoln Continental will hit the Chinese car market in July, price will start around 400.000 and end around 600.000 yuan ($62.000 – 70.900).
Spectacular Spy Shotsshowing the final production version of the new 2017 Lincoln Continental naked inside and out in China. The black car on the photos is the top-spec ‘Presidential’ version. The Continental will have its public debut on the Beijing Auto Show later this month.
Three fiery horses on the side of a Ford Mustang GT 5.0 V8, Spotted in China near the Goldenport race track in Beijing. The horses appear to be running through a desert-like landscape, their manes wild in the wind and their nose holes wide open, but the do look a bit sleepy in the eyes.