Volvo has announced that the Volvo S90 sedan will debut on the Detroit Auto Show in January. Time thus for the best look ever at the S90 1:43 scale model that leaked in China. Today we have an ‘Onyx Black’ example, fresh from the box and viewed from every side.
The Geely Emgrand EV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 228.000 yuan and ends at 249.800 yuan. Green car subsidies however will bring the price down by just a tad over 100.000 yuan, so price at the dealer will start around 120.800 yuan ($18.920).
The best Spy Shot so far of the yet nameless GeelyEmgrand compact sedan, the production version of the Geely Emgrand Concept. The photo shows a silver and a red example, looking stylish and with a Volvo-like D-pillar, but the tiny tiny ‘scooter wheels’ are a huge letdown.
Spectacular Spy Shots of a so far unknown new Geely Emgrand concept car, likely to debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month. The new concept is a sporty wagon, apparently the wagon-version of the brilliantly named ‘Geely Emgrand Concept‘ sedan, which will hit the real road soon.
We have a shipload of the photos of the 1:43 scale model of the Volvo V90 estate, this time in ‘liquid blue’ just like the Volvo S90 sedan we saw earlier on. The latest photos come from a set of two sedans and two estates that went missing from a Chinese toy factory, after the initial disappearance of 20 sedans.
The best Spy Shot so far of the new Geely Emgrand NL-3 for China, showing the new SUV completely naked for the first time. The NL-3 will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and launch on the Chinese car market in early 2016. The official name will be Geely Emgrand Boyue, but the cars on these new photos got an NL3 badge on the back, in confusing Geely style.
Geely has released official photos of the new Emgrand NL-3 SUV, showing for the first time the super trendy taillights and the busy lower bumper section. The NL-3 will be called Geely Emgrand Boyue when it hits the market in early 2016. Debut is expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in November.
This is the new Geely TX5, unveiled on a rainy day in England. The TX5 is the intended successor of the fabulously famous TX4. The TX5 is still a concept now, production is set to start in late 2016. The vehicle, in black of course, does indeed look like a modern TX4 but without being too retro.