New spy shots of the Volvo XC Classic testing in China. The Volvo XC Classic is the current Volvo XC90, it will be manufactured in China starting late this year, just when production of the all-new Volvo XC90 starts in Sweden. Launch on the China car market in scheduled for December.
This is the new MG GT, formerly known as the MG5 Four-door Coupe. The car was spied in Longbridge in England by readers of the MG UK forum, likely in town for shooting promo pictures in a genuine British setting. The MG GT looks like a fastback but is in fact a sedan, check that part of the ass above the crazy rear light.
New spy shots of the facelifted MG6 testing in China. The facelift includes a partly new grille with a larger MG logo, new headlights, a new front bumper with LED lights, a new rear bumper, and new rear lights. The facelifted MG6 will debut in September on the Chengdu Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in Q4.
New spy shots of the Volkswagen NMC testing in China. The Volkswagen NMC, or New Midsize Coupe, debuted as a concept on the Beijing Auto Show in April. The production version will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in early December, with a launch on the Chinese car market just before the end of this year.
The latest spy shots of the Ford Everest SUV testing in China, getting ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in early 2015. The Ford Everest will be manufactured in China by the Jiangling-Ford joint venture. Price will start around 250.000 yuan and end around 400.000 yuan ($40.000 – 64.000). The Everest will be the largest SUV in Ford’s China lineup.
This is the new Jiayue sedan. Jiayue is a new sub brand owned by the Changan-Ford joint venture. Jiayue (佳跃), is best translated as Good Leap, as in ‘leap forward’. The sedan is nothing more than a rebadged Ford Focus Classic, powered by an old 120hp 1.8 liter petrol engine. Price is expected to start around 90.000 yuan. Chinese media report today that there will be an electric variant as well, but this hasn’t been confirmed by Ford.
New spy shots of the Landwind E32 SUV all-naked in China, still looking like a Range Rover Evoque in blue. Land Wind lettering in the same style as Range Rover lettering finishes a almost perfect copy-paste job. The latest reports indicate the E32 will be called ‘Landwind X7′ when it hits the Chinese car market in Q4.
New spy shots of the Lifan mini MPV testing in China. The new MPV, which appears to be named ‘MPV’, will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the China car market in Q4. Price will start around 50.000 yuan and end around 70.000 yuan. The MPV is the first mini MPV for the Lifan brand.