The Landwind X7 SUV is a Chinese clone of the Range Rover Evoque. Buyers who think their X7 doesn’t look enough like the Evoque yet can buy a special kit that includes a Evoque grille and Land Rover badges. The kit can be bought right at the Landwind dealer, just like Toyota kits can be bought at BYD.
Landwind Motor has released the first official photos of the final production version of the extremely controversial Landwind X7 SUV, a 99% Chinese clone of the Range Rover Evoque. The Landwind X7 will be launched on the Chinese car market on August 6, with a price ranging from 135.000 to 150.000 yuan ($21.740 – 24.164).
And bang here is the news: the Landwind X7 has been delayed by two months to August. It was originally scheduled for June, but the X7 did not appear. The exact launch date will be announced later. Price for the Landwind X7 will range from 135.000 to 150.000 yuan ($21.740 – 24.164).
The outrageous JianglingYusheng S330concept has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show, shocking friend and foe alike. The Yuhu previews a future high-end and sporty crossover SUV. Design is simply manic, with a wildly aggressive stance, a giant black grille with tongue-like bars, very angry headlights, and a bling-bling shiny blue paint job.
The completely outrageous Jiangling Yuhu concept has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show, shocking friend and foe alike. The Yuhu previews a possible far-future sporty pickup truck, featuring a completely crazy and unforgettable design.
The Jiangling Motor Corporation, or JMC, has released the first official images of the Yuesheng S330 concept for the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show that starts on April 20. The Yuesheng 330 is a futuristic four-seat SUV, looking very ready for rally racing. JAC says some design elements will come back in a new compact SUV that is currently under development. The front looks interesting with a big black, two angry headlight-eyes, and a small logo-nose. Screaming car!
The infamous Landwind X7 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market in June, two months later than the company announced earlier. The extremely controversial Landwind X7 debuted on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November last year, looking far too much like a Range Rover Evoque.