The new Volvo XC Classic has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 548.900 yuan and ends at 638.900 yuan ($89.000 – 104.000). The Volvo XC Classic is a continuation of the first generation Volvo XC90. The Volvo XC Classic is manufactured in China in a new Geely-funded factory in Daqing in Heilongjiang Province.
The Dongfeng Fengshen A30 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 67.500 yuan and ends at 85.700 yuan, giving Dongfeng a new entry in a hard battled segment of the market.
The A30 is the largest Fengshen sedan so far, giving the brand an entry in the hyper competitive sub-compact sedan market. Fengshen is a subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor, making a range of relatively cheap passenger cars.
The Venucia Chenfeng EV has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price, including all green-car subsidies, starts at 267.800 yuan and ends at 281.800 yuan ($43.600 – $46.000). The Venucia Changfeng EV was formerly known as the Venucia e30. The late name-change is unexpected, all the early-production cars, which were used on various media events, had an e30 badge on the back.
The new Dongfeng Fengxing Jingyi S50 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 69.900 yuan and ends at 102.900 yuan, positioning the vehicle in one of the most competitive and most crowded segments of the market. The Fengxing Jingyi S50 debuted in April on the Beijing Auto show.
The BMW M4, BMW M4 Convertible, and BMW M3 have been launched on the Chinese car market, aiming at wealthy car buyers with a need for Bimmer speed. BMW keeps things simple and each car comes only with the top trim level and just one price. The M4 costs 1.02 million yuan or $166.000 and the M4 Convertible goes for 1.13 million yuan or $184.000.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Long has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price starts at 369.000 yuan and ends at 479.000 yuan ($60.000 – 78.000). The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Long is a stretched variant of the W2015 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-class for the Chinese car market, extended by 60mm making for a wheelbase of 2900mm. The C-Class L comes in two flavors: ‘Sedan’, as pictured above, and ‘Sport Sedan’, as pictured below:
The new Chinese Chevrolet Cruze has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 109.900 yuan and ends at 169.900 yuan ($17.800 – 27.600). The new Chevrolet Cruze debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show.
The Hyundai Genesis sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 378.000 yuan and ends at 648.800 yuan. The launch marks the first time Hyundai officially sells its flagship in China.