The Ford Edge SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 249.800 yuan and ends at 429.800 yuan. The Edge comes in three variants; a sporty ‘Edge S’ (pictured), a luxurious ‘Edge Titanium’, and a cheapo base model. The S is fitted with a black grille, black alloys, a black skid pad, and extra black windows.
The Mercedes-BenzG63 AMG Crazy Wild Limited Edition has been launched on the Chinese car market for 2.63 million yuan or 424.000 USD. The base G63 goes for 2.29 million yuan or 369.000 USD. The extra 55.000 USD buys you:
The new SouEast DX7 Bolang SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 96.900 yuan and ends at 139.900 yuan. The DX7 Bolang is the first SUV under the SouEast brand. But it won’t be alone for long. A larger DX9 will launch in 2016 and a smaller DX5 will complete the line-up in 2017.
The brand new Lifan Lotto mini MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 40.800 yuan and ends at 43.800 yuan, making it one of the cheapest cars in the segment. The Lotto is the first mini MPV for the Lifan brand.
The new CheryKarry Higgo been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 64.800 yuan and ends at 73.800 yuan. The Higgo, formerly known as ‘H98’, is Karry’s first pickup truck. Karry is a sub-brand of Chery Automobile, building small commercial vehicles and mini MPV’s.
The Volvo XC90 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, by far the most important car so far for the venerable Swedish brand in China’s Geely’s hands. Price in China starts at 798.000 yuan and ends at 1.01 million yuan ($128.502 – 162.600).
The new Audi TT and Audi TT Roadster have been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 542.800 yuan and ends at 617.800 yuan ($87.525 – 99.618). The TT is available with only one engine; the ‘EA888’ 2.0 TFSI with 230hp and 370nm, mated to a six-speed DCT, sending power to the front wheels or to all wheels.
The funky Zhi Dou D2 electric car has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price including all green-car subsidies is 49.800 yuan ($8018). The total subsidy of the D2 is an astonishing 109.000 yuan ($17.550), made up of various incentives by the central and by local governments.
This is not a Cadillac in China. This instead is the new Shanxi Victory X1 pickup truck, formerly known as the Victory S102 and also formerly known as the Jinchi X1. Design of the Victory X1 is inspired by the Cadillac Escalade EXT with Caddy-style headlights and grille. The impressive logo depicts a Victory V.