The Youngman Lotus L5 Sportback debuted at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show. The production car will be listed on the Chinese car market on September 23. Engine: 1.6 with 93kw and 149nm. Price will start from around 70.000 yuan.
The Toyota FT-86II concept debuted in China on the Shanghai Auto Show in April. Su Tao, head of sales for Toyota in China, said in an interview that the sportmachine will be listed on the Chinese market in the second half of 2012.
The Lexus CT200h hybrid will be officially listed in the Chinese car market at the end of October. Price will start around 350.000 yuan. The CT200h will be imported, there are as yet no plans for local production in China. Via: 163.com.
Volkswagen’s China headquarter is just one block away from the CarNewsChina.com office buildings in Beijing. This so is my very own ‘spy shot’ of the imported Volkswagen Golf Variant that will be listed in China next month. Power will come from the 1.4 TSI with 118kw. Chinese car buyers ain’t very wagon-minded, Volkswagen though thinks it can sell a few Variants.
The Greatwall Tengyi C20R is a cross-vehicle for the young ‘n cool. Me are. The Chinese market still loves this sort of vehicles, the cross-version often being the best-seller of the range. The C20R will be priced low, basic car will start around 60.000 yuan.
We had seen the spy shots from the Volkswagen Amarok testing in China so its appearance at a Volkswagen dealer is not a very big surprise. The Amarok wears German license plates which indicate it is a test or demonstration vehicle. According to the story the dealer said he could take orders.
The BYD G6 will be listed on the Chinese car market in September. The G6 is the much more advanced successor of the BYD F6. Best thing for BYD: the G6 doesn’t look like a 1:1 copy of another car, like the rest of BYD’s range.
The facelifted Toyota RAV4 has been listed on the China auto market. Price starts at 197.800 yuan and ends at 259.800 yuan. Biggest change is up front with a new grille, new fog lights and a new bumper.