New spy shots of the upcoming Lifan 820 sedan, the new flagship for the Lifan brand. The 820 debuted on the Beijing Auto Show and will launch on the Chinese car market in Q4. Price will start around 90.000 yuan and end around 140.000 yuan.
New spy shots of the MG CS SUV, seen here all-naked in orange standing on a flatbed trailer in China. The MG CS will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the China car market in Q4. Price will start around 120.000 yuan and end around 160.000 yuan ($19.000 – 26.000).
The best spy shots so far of the upcoming Haval H1, the smallest SUV in the Great WallHaval range. The Haval H1 will debut on the Changdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market in Q4. Price will range from 60.000 to 80.000 yuan.
This is the new Beijing Auto Senova B70 BEV, a battery electric vehicle based on the Beijing Auto Senova B70, formerly known as the Beijing Auto D-Series. The Senova B70 is based on the old Saab 9-5. Saab however never manufactured an EV-version of the 9-5, the BEV is developed solely by Beijing Auto.
Spy Shots of the upcoming Qoros 3 Cross, a sporty crossover based on the Qoros 3 Hatch hatchback. The Qoros 3 Cross will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in December and launch on the China car market just before the end of this year. The 3 Cross got the typical cross treatment with extra plastic around the wheels, skid pads front and back, and slightly larger tires. But we miss the roof rack. A car ain’t no cross without it!
The best spy shots so far of the facelifted MG6 in China. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese auto market in Q4. The facelift includes new headlights, a new grille with a large MG logo, a new front bumper, a new rear bumper, new rear lights, and a new boot lid.
The best spy shots so far of the new Changan Yuexiang V7, showing a sleek compact sedan with a daring grille. The Yuexiang V7 is the successor of the good old Changan Yuexiang (without ‘V7’). Debut is scheduled for the Chengdu Auto Show in September with a launch in the Chinese auto market in October.
This is the new Infiniti Q50 L, a stretched variant of the Infiniti Q50 for the Chinese auto market. The Q50 L is stretched by 48 millimeter and heightened by 6 millimeter compared to the international version. The production version of the Infiniti Q50L will be debut on the Chengdu Auto show in September and launch on the China car market in November.