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…
The best Spy Shots so far of the new Geely Emgrand NL-3, featuring a grille similar to the one found on the Geely Emgrand GC9 Borui sedan, impressive shiny bars in the bumper, a lower grille supported by a matte gray bar, and fashionably small headlights.
The all-new Geely Emgrand Concept has been unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show in China, showing a sleek looking sporty compact sedan. The ‘Emgrand’ name is a surprise, as Geely earlier announced that the Emgrand sub-brand would be killed and morphed into the base Geely brand. It now appears Geely changed its mind again…
Volvo has released the first images of the new Volvo XC90 Excellence, scheduled for debut next week on the Shanghai Auto Show. The XC90 Excellence is an ultra luxurious version of the Volvo XC90 SUV. The third row of seats has been deleted and the second-row bench has been replaced with two captain seats.
The Geely Borui has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 119.800 yuan and ends at 229.800 yuan ($19.300 – 37.020). And yes you read that right, it is the ‘Borui’, not the ‘Borui GC9′. The GC9 designation has been dropped completely, a rather late decision apparently, as the cars we saw in December still had a GC9 badge.
This stylishly grilled Geely Borui GC9 will be launched on the Chinese car market on April 9, or so Chinese media say. However, the Geely Borui GC9 Limited Edition launch edition, which was promised us for March 16, hasn’t materialized yet, so we got to be a bit careful here.
This is the delicately grilled Geely Borui GC9 Limited Edition, ready for its launch on the Chinese car market on March 16. The Geely Borui GC9 Limited Edition is basically a special launch-edition of the regular Borui GC9, which is now scheduled for launch in late April. The Limited Edition is limited to 1000 cars.