The best Spy Shot so far of the interior of the new Geely Emgrand NL-3. The cabin looks impressive with large swaths of wood and leather, and daring handlebars on the center tunnel. Big black hole in the end of said tunnel seems a perfect place to loose a phone or dog. Two-tone seats with orange leather are the new trend in China, and Geely almost goes along with this black light-brown color scheme. Floor mats look comfy.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming Citroen C4 sedan for China, it will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market in November. The Citroen C4 is the successor of the Citroen c-Quatre, it will be positioned between the Citroen c-Elysee and the Citroen C4L.
The best Spy Shots so far of the new Xin LongmaQiteng EX80 mini MPV for China, looking good in blue with odd wheel covers that appear to be Photoshopped into the photo. No matter that, the Qiteng EX80 is for real and will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4.
The best Spy Shots so far of the BYD S1, a new sub-compact SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market just before the end of this year. Price will start just above 50.000 rmb and and around 70.000 rmb. The hybrid variant of the BYD S1 will be marketed as a separate car called ‘BYD Yuan’.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming FAW R20, a new compact SUV which will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4. Earlier on we heard the R20 would be marketed under the Junpai sub-brand, but the latest reports in Chinese media indicate it will instead become part of the ‘Senya’ range, which currently consists of a bunch of small MPV’s, the largest being the Senya M80. A mess of brands and names; business as usual for FAW.
Spy Shots showing the new Citroen c-Quatre sedan all-naked in China, it will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market in November. Sadly, the somewhat fuzzy ‘c-Quatre’ name will disappear, to be replaced with the generic ‘C4’ moniker. The c-Quatre/C4 is a China-only compact, manufactured by the Dongfeng-PSA joint venture.
Spy Shots showing the upcoming Brilliance H220 Cross testing in China, a hip-ish crossover car based on the Brilliance H220 hatchback. The H220 Cross got the typical cross treatment with black plastic in the bumpers, black plastic on the doors, and more black plastic on the wheel arches. The Cross will launch on the Chinese car market in Q4.