The Hongqi L5 will finally get its long-awaited 4.0 V8 engine under the bonnet. It is the same engine that will also power the upcoming Hongqi LS5 SUV. The V8 is twin-turbocharged and delivers around 381hp and 500nm, it is mated to an eight-speed automatic. sending horses to the rear wheels.
The best photos so far of the new JAC Refine S7 SUV for China, seen here completely naked in blue. The Refine S7 is the largest SUV so far for the JAC brand. It will be launched on the Chinese car market in March. Design features a giant shiny grille, just like on the new Refine S3 compact SUV.
This is new Venucia M50V MPV, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in early 2017. Venucia is a sub-brand of the Dongfeng-Nissan joint venture. Up until now all their cars were based on Nissan platforms. The M50V is the first Venucia that is based on a Dongfeng.
This is the new in-your-face Huansu S5 SUV for China, sporting an enormous lower grille with loads of shine. The gille is flanked by two black hooks in the bumper and supported by a gray skid pad. Very impressive and just a tad too much Lexus.
Beijing Auto is going to launch two factory-specials of the polarizing BJ20 SUV, one sporty and one classy. The sporty one looks brilliant. It is painted in matte gray and dressed up with an orange air duct, an orange skid pad, orange wheel arches, and a roof rack with four orange search lights.
These are the very first photos of the production version of the seven-seat Kia KX7 SUV. The KX7 debuted last week in Guangzhou but the lone car on the booth was dressed up the max. The real thing has a bit less bling. The K7 is the new flagship SUV for Kia in China, it will hit the market in March.
Chengdu Dayun Automobile, or Dayun Auto for short, is a large Chinese truck maker, making all sorts of trucks and tractors under the Dayun Truck brand name, and they also make motorcycles under the Dayun and Dayang brands. Apparently they weren’t busy enough with all of that; they will soon launch their first passenger car, branded Dayun and know only by its designation CGC6450FPD28E.
This is the new Wuling 310W, a hip-ish wagon based on the Baojun 310 hatchback. It is however quite a lot bigger; 60 centimeter extra length and 20 centimeter extra wheelbase. It is rated as a five-seater but on the photo of the rear end we can clearly see an extra pop-up bench in the back with another two seats.
Haval just can’t stop themselves. Here is yet another five-seat SUV. Is is not the same car as the mysterious H6 that debuted in Guangzhou. It has the same wheelbase as the Haval H6 Coupe, and it has red Haval badges, indicating it might be the long-rumored Red Label version of said H6 Coupe.
Landwind is awash with money thanks to their top selling X7 Evoque clone. Happily, it appears that they are using that cash to launch more cars. One of those is a new compact crossover SUV, code named E33. It will debut in close-to-production-concept form on the the Guangzhou Auto Show on Friday.