Haval just can’t stop themselves. Here is yet another five-seat SUV. Is is not the same car as the mysterious H6 that debuted in Guangzhou. It has the same wheelbase as the Haval H6 Coupe, and it has red Haval badges, indicating it might be the long-rumored Red Label version of said H6 Coupe.
Great Wall Motors has launched its new WEY brand on the Guangzhou Auto Show in China. Sales will start in April next year. WEY is a “premium SUV brand” which will sell a line of luxurious and sporty SUVs. The WEY brand will be positioned above the Haval brand to compete with the likes of Lexus, Infiniti, Lincoln, and Volvo. Very ambitious indeed. Can they pull it off? Let’s have a closer look:
Great Wall’s Haval brand has been launching so many new SUVs and variants of SUVs and it now seems they finally lost it. On the Guangzhou Auto Show they debuted a car called the Haval H6. Earlier on we heard this car was the F6, of the new F-Series. Then we heard it was actually the Red Label version of the Haval H6 Coupe, or a Blue Label version of The Haval H6, or the new H6.
Not any of this seems true. The car was called H6. Not H6 Coupe. Not H6 Red or Blue. It had blue badges, indicating it is a Blue Label car. But of what?
Great Wall Motors will launch a brand new car brand in China. It will be called WEY and it will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show. WEY will be a high-end luxury brand, like Lexus for Toyota. The logo shows a vertical rectangle with two triangles at 1/4 from the top. They (WEY) will make petrol-powered cars, electric cars, and autonomous vehicles.
This is the new Haval H2S SUV. It will be positioned above the Haval H2 SUV. And just like every other new Haval it comes in two kinds: Red Label and Blue Label. The Blue Label is the sporty one aimed at young and hup buyers, whereas the Red Label is the normal one for normal people.
Confusingly, the blue car on the first photo is the H2S Red Label. The orange car on the next photo is the H2S Blue Label. They have a different grille and headlights but they are otherwise the same. Same engine, same interior. So these labels are a lot of marketing for not much.
Haval keeps adding new SUVs to their ever expanding lineup. The latest addition is the upcoming Haval F6, formerly known as the Haval F2, and not to be confused with another car which was thought to be the F6, but likely isn’t. The car on these photos has clear F6 badges on the back, so we got to assume this indeed is the real F6. But that is not all.
Haval being Haval; there will be four versions of the F6: the F6 Red Label, the F6 Blue Label, the F6i Red Label, and the F6i Blue Label. Easy, no?
This little unpretty is the Haval F6, a new-ish SUV based on the Haval H6, but with an ugly front and messy D-pillar. The Haval F6 is part of the new Haval F-Series, a range of sporty SUVs aimed at a younger audience. At the same time Haval is also launching their Blue Label and Red Label cars, with the blue ones aimed at the young as well. Haval is truly getting mad.
The Great Wall C30 EV has been launched on the Chinese car market, with some blue in the grille because blue = green in China. The C30 EV is an electric car based on the C30 sedan, a car that is possibly more rare than a Ferrari. Price including subsidies starts at 89.800 yuan and ends at 92.800 yuan.
The Haval H2 Blue Label has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. Haval has a new idea called the ‘Double Strategy’. They will have two versions of each car, a Blue Label and a Red Label. The Blue Label cars will be aimed at the young and hip, whereas the Red Label cars are for normal people.
This is the ultra rare Great Wall Mini SUV, Spotted in China on a parking lot in east Beijing. The good ‘Wall was in a great shape, and that too is a rare thing, as most of these are left to rot by the roadside. This example looked loved and well-taken care for, it was original down to the wheel covers and didn’t show any signs of damage or rust.