This finally is the final production model of the JAC Refine A60 sedan, without the crazy grille and without any blue JAC badges. The JAC Refine A60 will be launched on the Chinese car market in April, price will start around 170.000 yuan and end around 240.000 yuan.
These are the best Spy Shots ever of the all new JAC Refine A60 sedan, seen here on a product presentation for dealers, some of whom where so happy with the new car that they took super sharp photos and uploaded them on the internet.
It debuted in 2014 and sales started in early 2015, initially only in JAC’s home province Anhui. The rest of the country followed slowly and the iEV5 finally arrived in the capital in September, but they are still a very rare sight on the road.
More Bling for the Masses!, and spooky girls. The JAC Refine A60 debuted today on the Guangzhou Auto Show, featuring a brand new grille with extra shine. JAC says this is the final-final production version, and that it will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q1 2016. We, will see.
Here is the new JAC A60 sedan, seen on the JAC booth for the Guangzhou Auto Show which starts on Friday. The JAC has been in development for quite a while, changing its name from A6 to A60 back to A6 and now back again to A60. But the very big news is the new grille:
Spy Shots showing the JAC iEV6S, a new electric car for China based on the JAC Refine S2 compact SUV. The iEV6S, and what a great name that is, comes with a new grille and bumper with blue detailing (blue = green). It will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market sometime in late 2016.
New Spy Shots of the new JAC Refine A6 sedan for China, looking almost ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in December, featuring a giant shiny grille and even more shine in the bumper. The A6 is the largest sedan so far for the JAC brand, joining many other local Chinese automakers in making ever bigger and more up-market cars.
The best Spy Shots so far of the new JAC Refine A6 sedan for China, looking almost ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in December, featuring a giant shiny grille and even more shine in the bumper. The JAC Refine A6 debuted in concept form in 2014, and came back as the JAC Refine A60 semi-concept in April.
Top speed is 100 kilometer per hour and range is 150 kilometer. The body looks a tad flatter and the interior gains a small screen on top of the dash. The YueYue EV will compete head to head with the Chery eQ EV., price including subsidies will start around 60.000 yuan.