This is the new new Beijing AutoSenova X200, an electric car for China based on the Senova X25 crossover. The X200 will be launched on the Chinese car market within this quarter. It looks very similar to the X25 bar for the blue circle around the badge (blue = green).
And finally I met a real Dojo Pioneer in Beijing. The Dojo Pioneer is a low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV), it can be used in the cities but not on the highways or even on the ring roads. The Dojo Pioneer seems inspired by the Aston Martin Cygnet, features an Aston Martin Ford grille, and a Ford-alike oval badge.
New Spy Shots of the all new Baojun E100, a new electric vehicle for China. The Baojun E100 will debut, likely in concept form, of the Beijing Auto Show in April, and the real thing will be launched on the Chinese car market in October.
Spectacular Spy Shots of the Qiantu K50 testing in China. The Qiantu K50 is China’s first full-electric supercar, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in late 2016. Price is expected to start around 750.000 yuan or 115.000 USD.
China’s Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC) and U.S.-based Atieva are working on an electric concept car that will have its worldwide debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April next year. Atieva has released two renderings of the vehicle, apparently showing a sporty four-door sedan. The concept will eventually lead to a Tesla-beating production car with a range of 300 mile or 483 kilometer.
It debuted in 2014 and sales started in early 2015, initially only in JAC’s home province Anhui. The rest of the country followed slowly and the iEV5 finally arrived in the capital in September, but they are still a very rare sight on the road.
New Spy Shots of the Hongqi H7 Blue Way (blue = green) testing in China. The H7 Blue Way is a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant of the Hongqi H7 sedan. The Hongqi H7 Blue Way, formerly known simply as H7 PHEV, has been under development since 2012 (!) and will finally hit the Chinese car market in early 2016 after much delay.
This is the beautiful Shenghao Q5 electrictricycle, Spotted in China in the Dongba area in the far eastern suburbs of Beijing. The vehicle looks all the business, painted in bright red and some white, with a lot of shiny chrome parts, side bars, stickers of all sorts, a bull bar, and a roof rack.