New spy shots of the Landwind E32 SUV all-naked in China, still looking like a Range Rover Evoque in blue. Land Wind lettering in the same style as Range Rover lettering finishes a almost perfect copy-paste job. The latest reports indicate the E32 will be called ‘Landwind X7′ when it hits the Chinese car market in Q4.
The first spy shots showing the Landwind E32 SUV all-naked in China, and it is truly a carbon-copy of the Range Rover Evoque. As far as copying is an art, this is a masterpiece. Same overall design, same wheel arches, same shut line, same vents behind the front-wheel arches, same headlights, same grille, same roof, same mirrors. Same everything really, and similar alloys. Compare with…:
New spy shots of the Landwind E32testing in China. The E32 became famous last month when leaked patent drawings showed it looked a tad too much like the Range Rover Evoque, and the new spy shots confirm this yet again. Wheel-arches, grille, headlights, bumpers, greenhouse; it is all Evoque.
The very first spy shots of the Landwind E32 testing in China. The E32 became famous last month when leaked patent drawings showed it looked a tad too much like the Range Rover Evoque, and the new spy shots confirm this completely. Wheel-arches, grille, headlights, bumpers, greenhouse; is is all Evoque. But what about this:
Landwind has applied for patent on the Landwind E32 SUV for the China car market. The patent drawings show a trendy vehicle looking very much like the Range Rover Evoque in style and design. The Landwind E32 will be launched on the Chinese auto market in Q4, price will start around 120.000 yuan.
The Landwind X8 will get a new 2.0 turbo petrol engine. The Landwind X8 2.0T will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and launch on the China car market in the second half of this year. The 2.0 turbo has an output of 190hp and 250nm, the engine will be mated to a 5-speed manual.
Spy shots showing the Landwind X5 SUV with an 8-speed automatic gearbox. The ‘Landwind 2.0T 8AT’ will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and it will hit the China car market in early 2014. The Landwind X5 was launched in January and is currently only available with a six-speed automatic.
The facelifted Jiangling Yusheng SUV has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show in China. The facelift includes an all-new front with new head lights, a new grille, new bumpers, new fog lights and a much improved interior. It got a new name as well, from now on the ‘Yusheng’ will be called ‘Yusheng S350′.