Archive for the ‘Youngman’ Category
Published on February 20, 2013 by W.E. Ning
The Youngman-Lotus T5 SUV will hit the Chinese car market in April, priced between 80.000 and 120.000 yuan. The T5 SUV debuted as a concept on the Beijing Auto Show in April 2012, the production version will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April. Read more »
Published on November 24, 2012 by Tycho de Feyter
This is the new Youngman-Lotus L3 GT, a sporty version of the normally rather boring Youngman-Lotus L3, which is by itself based on the even more boring Malaysian Proton Gen 2 Persona. The L3 GT is all Youngman’s work, the vehicle got a new grille, new bumpers, a matte white paint job and speedy seven-spoke alloys.
Published on November 23, 2012 by Tycho de Feyter
The Youngman-Lotus L5 GT was launched today at the Chinese auto market on the Guangzhou Auto Show, priced at 96.800 yuan. The L5 GT is a sporty version of the Youngman-Lotus L5, which is based on the Malaysian Proton Gen 2. The L5 GT however is Youngman’s own work and we must say it loox rather good. The GT got a new grille, new bumpers, a body kit, large low profile tires and speedy alloys.
Published on November 22, 2012 by Joey Wang
This is the new Youngman-Lotus L3 GT, it will debut tomorrow on the Guangzhou Auto Show. The L3 GT is a sporty version of the existing Youngman-Lotus L3 which is based on the Malaysian Proton Gen 2 Persona. The L3 GT will be launched on the Chinese auto market sometime in the first half of next year.
Published on September 27, 2012 by W.E. Ning
Spy shots from the new Youngman-Lotus L5 GT testing in China, it will be launched on the Chinese auto market next year, debut is expected at the April 2013 Shanghai Auto Show. The L5 GT debuted as a concept on the Beijing Auto Show in April and is a sporty variant of the Youngman Lotus L5.
Published on August 27, 2012 by Tycho de Feyter
Spyker and Youngman announced on Monday they will set up two joint ventures. The first will own the rights to the Phoenix-platform that was developed by Saab and licensed to Youngman last year. This joint venture will be called ‘Spyker Phoenix’. Youngman gets 80% of this joint venture, Spyker 20%.
The second joint venture is aimed at developing the Spyker D8/D12 SUV (pic). Youngman invests 25 million euro, for which it will get 75% of the joint venture, Spyker will get the other 25%. Here Youngman has set eye on the booming luxury SUV market in China which will also see entries from Bentley and Lamborghini. Read more »
Published on August 2, 2012 by Joey Wang
Spy Shots of the production version of the Youngman-Lotus T5 SUV. The T5 debuted as a concept on the Beijing Auto Show in April and the production version loox for 99% the same. The uncamouflaged car is the top-spec T5, and spies also snapped some pics of a camouflaged basic T5.
Published on August 1, 2012 by W.E. Ning
China Youngman Automobile Group Co., a home-grown car maker, plans to acquire a 75% stake in German coach manufacturer Viseon Bus GmbH, in its latest attempt to expand globally after failing to purchase Saab Automobile last year.
Published on May 25, 2012 by Joey Wang
Finally, after talking for some two years and bidding for Saab at least 10 times Youngman finally does what it should have done along long time ago: give up. From ChinaDaily:
Chinese automobile company Youngman had quit the negotiation on purchasing the Swedish car maker Saab with its bankruptcy administrators, reported the Swedish newspaper Daily Industry (DI) on Wednesday.
Published on May 11, 2012 by W.E. Ning
The facelifted Youngman-Lotus L5 has been launched on the Chinese car market, with a new 1.8 liter engine that replaces the old 1.6. Price starts at 85.800 yuan and ends at 107.800 yuan. Facelift is mostly visible up front with a new grill with much more chrome, new headlights, and more extra chrome on the bumper.