The Beijing Auto Weiwang M20 mini MPV has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 46.800 yuan and ends at 63.800 yuan. The Weiwang M20 will compete with fine cars such as the Changan Ounuo and the Wuling Hongguang, tapping into a fast growing market for affordable people carriers.
This is the new Range Rover Long Wheelbase, extended by 14 centimeter for more space in the back. The Range Rover LWB will debut late November on the Guangzhou Auto Show. The Range Rover is a very popular SUV sled in China and the LWB version will likely be a huge hit under wealthy Chinese car buyers who indeed have been longing for a stretched SUV for many a years.
The super smooth Volkswagen XL1, seen in the Volkswagen China headquarters in the Sanlitun area in Beijing. Volkswagen had shipped two XL1 spaceships to China for green-tech promotion activities and some marketing. Chinese journalists were invited to drive the XL1 on a closed track, but sadly we were not.
The all-new Lifan 630 sedan has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 54.900 yuan and ends at 65.900 yuan, making the Lifan 630 one of the cheapest small sedans money can buy on the Chinese auto market. The 630 futures a distinctive Lexus-like snout with sharp-shaped LED-lights in the bumper.
Rolls-Royce has launched another China-only special edition based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The new special is called ‘Royal Horse Collectors Edition’, inspired by the famous & feared ‘Yingjizi’ royal war horses of the imperial army during China’s Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). The Rolls-Royce Ghost Royal Horse Collectors Edition comes with lots of horses inside and out.
The new Venucia R50X has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 79.800 yuan and ends at 91.800 yuan. The Venucia R50X is a coolio crossover variant of the steady-but-boring Venucia R50 hatchback. The R50X comes will all the standard cross-thingies, like loads of black plastic and a roof rack.
The new Lifan 530 sedan has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 51.800 yuan and ends at 69.800 yuan. The 530 is a new addition to the Lifan line up, aimed at Chinese car buyers looking for a very cheap no-nonsense sedan. The Lifan 530 will be positioned above the existing Lifan 520 sedan which will continue.
The Lifan 330 has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 39.800 yuan and ends at 69.800 yuan. The Lifan 330 is a slightly more up-market variant of the Lifan 320, which will continue to be made and sold alongside the new 330. Design of the nose of the 330 is a coolio copy-mix between the Fiat 500L and the Mini, where the Lifan 320 is just a Mini copy.
The facelifted Changan CX20 mini-MPV has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 55.900 yuan and ends at 64.900 yuan, making the CX20 one of the very cheapest MPV’s available. The facelift has worked very well, giving the CX20 a crossover-style look that will likely appeal to Chinese car buyers.
The Porsche 918 hybrid hyper car will be launched on the China car market in early 2014 but Porsche was kind enough to prematurely post the prices on their Chinese website. Hold on, your heart. The 918 is ridiculously expensive, even for Chinese standards.