The Guangzhou Auto Trumpchi GA5 1.8T has been launched on the Chinese car marker, price starts at 139.800 yuan and ends at 201.800 yuan. The Trumpchi GA5 1.8T is powered by a new 1.8 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, good for 175hp and 230nm.
The Cadillac XTS sedan has been launched on the Chinese auto market, price starts at 349.900 yuan and ends at 569.900 yuan. The Cadillac XTS is made in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture and will compete with the China-made Audi A6L, BMW 5Li and Mercedes-Benz E-L. Read more »
The facelifted BYD M6 has been launched on the Chinese auto market, price starts at 103.900 yuan and ends at 153.900 yuan. The facelift included new headlights, new bumpers, a new grille and an updated interior. The facelift could be called progress because the M6 finally gets a face of its own. Read more »
Rolls-Royce has launched the ‘China Limited Edition’ Ghost Art Deco on the Chinese car market. The Ghost Art Deco is based on the Ghost LWB and debuted in September last year on the Paris Auto Show. Rolls-Royce will only make 35 Ghost Art Deco cars for the whole world, and China gets eight.
The RUF CTR3 supercar has been launched on the Chinese car market where it was eagerly awaited by buyers and fans alike. Price is an inmense 5.5 million yuan or 881.000 USD. A lot of cash but it will sell. China likes RUF, earlier on the the German tuner launched the China-only RUF XL stretched Panamera. Read more »
The Mini Pacemanwill be launched on the Chinese auto market in March, price will range from 290.000 yuan to 400.000 yuan. We have seen the Mini Paceman testing in China a few times, including the very hot JCW version. Mini expects a lot from the Paceman, going after hip ‘n trendy buyers who think the One too small and the Countryman too SUV. Via: Autohome.
The Audi A1 China Limited Edition launched on the Chinese auto market, priced from 271.800 yuan to 311.800 yuan. The China Limited Edition (hallo Wouter!) is painted in a red-white-gold color scheme, “representing the colors of joy and good fortune in Chinese culture”, or so says Audi’s press release. Well, funky this machine sure is, if not a little bit mad, which is good.
The first Aston Martin Vanquish has arrived at a Chinese dealer, lucky city is Guangzhou in Guangdong Province. The Aston Martin Vanquish was launched at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November last year. Price: 5.26 million yuan or 844.000 USD. Power comes from the old 6.0 V12 that has been tuned up to 565hp, good for a 295km/h top speed.
The facelifted Buick Excelle has been launched on the China car market, price starts at 96.900 yuan and ends at 118.900 yuan. The facelifted Excelle was expected to debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November last year but didn’t show, GM decided for a private party instead. The facelift is a rather minimal affair, including small changes on the head lights, grille, bumpers and rear lights. Read more »