The best Spy Shot so far of the interior of the new Geely Emgrand NL-3. The cabin looks impressive with large swaths of wood and leather, and daring handlebars on the center tunnel. Big black hole in the end of said tunnel seems a perfect place to loose a phone or dog. Two-tone seats with orange leather are the new trend in China, and Geely almost goes along with this black light-brown color scheme. Floor mats look comfy.
The Volvo XC90 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, by far the most important car so far for the venerable Swedish brand in China’s Geely’s hands. Price in China starts at 798.000 yuan and ends at 1.01 million yuan ($128.502 – 162.600).
The best Spy Shots so far of the rear of the upcoming new Geely Emgrand Cross, showing a roof-wide black sunroof, a sporty wing, gigantic taillights, and flashy chrome hook-like ornaments in the bumper. The GeelyEmgrand Cross is a new compact hatchback for China, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4.
Spy Shots showing a white car. It is the new GeelyEmgrand GX7 SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market shortly. The Geely Emgrand GX7 is currently known as the Geely GLEagle GX7, launched in 2012. The GLEagle sub-brand will be cancelled, and the GX7 will thus be moved to Emgrand. Emgrand however is no longer a sub-brand or a brand, it is now a ‘model line’.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming GeelyEmgrand EC7 Hybrid, based on the petrol-powered Geely Emgrand EC7 sedan. The EC7 Hybrid will be the first mass-produced hybrid for the Geely brand, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4. Blue line in the grille because blue = green.
The best Spy Shot so far of the new Geely Emgrand NL-3, showing the new compact SUV completely naked for the first time. Design is trendy with a grille similar to the one found on the Geely Emgrand GC9 Borui sedan, impressive shiny bars in the bumper, and fashionably small headlights. Mirrors seem huge.
The very first Spy Shot showing the new Geely Emgrand Cross completely naked in China, revealing a classy crossover-ish hatchback with heavy chrome elements in the front bumper. And we can confirm the vehicle will indeed be called Geely Emgrand Cross instead of Geely Cross, further proving that the Emgrand brand is back from almost-death.
This is a official factory photo of the infotainment system in the new Geely Englon Haijing SC7, showing the 7-inch TFT touch screen. This system, so Geely says, integrates with smartphones. And so it does, but in a fuzzy wuzzy way…