We have an early candidate for the 2017 Crash of the Year (COTY); with a Zotye SR9crashing into a Porsche Cayenne. The SR9 is very famous for being a clone of the Porsche Macan. This particular wine red example apparently wanted to be a Cayenne.
The first photos of the new Bisu T5, a seven-seat crossover mixing elements of an MPV and an SUV. This sort of vehicles are becoming very popular in China, many Chinese automakers are rushing similar metal to the market. The T5 will officially debut on the massive Shanghai Auto Show in April and hit the market in H2.
The Zotye SR9 is a completeclone of the Porsche Macan. But with Zotye badges on it people might still think you are poor. That problem has now been solved thanks to innovative Chinese entrpeneurs selling their wares on Alibaba’s Taobao, a Chinese e-commerce website that combines eBay and Amazon.
They sell full sets of Porsche Macan badges for the SR9, the sets are so popular that even Zotye dealers are putting them on, a seen on the first photo. The same thing happened with the Landwind X7.
The great city of Yichun in Jiangxi Province in China has banned all electrictricycle taxi’s from the city center. And not just that, they impounded them as well, a total of 934 (nine hundred thirty four) units. No parking lot in town was big enough for that so they dumped them in the Central Park stadium.
There is nothing I wanted more than a pink double cab 3-wheelpickup truck with searchlights on the roof. Many years I dreamed and searched, but my quest has finally come to a very happy end. This little beauty is the Xuzhou Suding four-door electric tricycle. It doesn’t really have but it doesn’t really need one; it has searchlights on the roof, three of ‘m, and they are big!
We all know that women cannot park a car on an underground parking lot, and Chinese specimens are the worst. Many garages here therefore have women-only lots; they are a bit bigger, well-lit, and clearly marked by pink lines. But if often goes horribly wrong above ground as well. The great city of Shenyang in northeastern China has therefore started with women-only parking spaces on the street.
This is the T-King Oujia, a low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) from China. The vehicle is exactly three meters long, it seats four, and looks rather good for the segment. Most eye catching design aspect is the Volvo grille up front.
The new JAC Refine S2 Mini has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 45.800 yuan and ends at 56.800 yuan. The Refine S2 Mini, formerly known was the Refine S1, is a small crossover, best compared with the BYD Yuan. The Refine S2 Mini should not be confused with the Refine S2, which is a much bigger car.
A big black and beautiful Great Wall Haval H5 stretched limousine, Spotted in China on a car market in the great city of Chengdu. The giant vehicle was in very good shape and stood on sale for a mere 150.000 yuan, and that ain’t much money for 6.87 meters of luxury.
Last year we had spy shots of a new Roewe W5 Open Police Patrol Car, based on the Roewe W5 SUV. Happily, it is in production now, and they are selling to police corps all over the country. Above the new fleet for police in the city of Fuzhou in Fujian Province.