The FAW Besturn X6 SUV concept was unveiled in the Beijing Auto Show, showing off an impressive grille, sharp cut headlights, and a very rounded greenhouse. The X6 previews a future mid-sized SUV that will be launched sometime in 2018.
The FAW Besturn X4 SUV concept was unveiled in the Beijing Auto Show, showing off a completely crazy grille, LED-stripped lights, and a bright orange paint job. The Besturn X4 previews a new compact SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of 2017.
Haval brought two concept cars to the Beijing Auto Show, one new and once recycled. We start with the new one, called Haval HB-02. It previews a premium mid-sized SUV that will be positioned somewhere between the Haval H8 and Haval H9.
The HB-02 has a blue Haval badge. That is a thing. Blue badges stand for the standard non-sporty cars, while red badges stand for the sporty ones. So far Haval has only used this distinction on concept cars.
The beautiful Qiantu Motor K50 Roadster has debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, looking absolutely stunning in gray blue over piano black. The K50 Roadster is the drop top variant of the K50 Coupe, which will be launched on the Chinese car market later this year. The Roadster will follow in 2017.
The new Changfeng Liebao CS9 concept car has been unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, sporting hip and sporty lines, a rather modest grille, and bright orange paint. The concept car previews the Liebao CS9 production car which will be launched on the Chinese car market in the fall.
Zotye had two big surprises on the Beijing Auto Show: 1. the SR8 Porsche Macan clone didn’t show up. 2. this T300 concept car. And the last surprise is a nice one because it shows what Zotye’s designers are capable of if they don’t clone and copy something. The resulting vehicle might be a bit challenging for the eye but at least it is original, it truly doesn’t look like anything else.
The new Beijing AutoSenova OffSpace concept car was unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, looking absolutely impressive with a huge black grille surrounded by a thick chrome edge. The lights look mean and are connected to the front door by another shiny strip running over the front fender.
This is the brand new Shanghai Maxus D90 concept SUV, it debuted earlier this week on the Beijing Auto Show, featuring sharp lines with a touch of Infiniti, an impressive grille, and racy alloys with red brakes. The production version of the Maxus D90 will be launched on the Chinese car market in September 2017.
The Hongqi S-Concept has been launched on the Beijing Auto Show, looking big ‘n badass in black with a huge shiny grille and full LED lights. The S-Concept previews a future mid-size SUV that will be positioned below the upcoming Hongqi LS5 SUV.
The Volkswagen T-Prime Concept GTE has been launched on the Beijing Auto Show, looking like a Phaeton SUV with some Bentley sauce. There has been some confusion about this fine car. It is not previewing the new Touareg, it is also not previewing a new SUV between the Tiguan and Touareg.
Instead, it is previewing a brand new full-size seven-seat SUV that will be positioned above the Touareg, it will be manufactured in the United States and in China, and it is primarily intended for those markets.