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.
This is the new Chevrolet Cruze hatchback, it will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show in China and it will be launched on the Chinese car market at year’s end. The Cruze hatchback is basically the same car as the North American Cruze, bar for minor details in bumpers and lights.
The new JAC iEV6 is ready, it will be launched on the Chinese car market just before year’s end. It comes with an enclosed grille and a bit of blue in the bumper. The iEV6 is a compact electric sedan. It is based on the JAC iEV5. It was formerly known as the iEV5+, and should not to be confused with the iEV6S and the iEV6E. JAC has this thing for calling all their EVs the same…
The first Spy Shots of the interior of the upcoming Geely Emgrand Mini, and it looks very impressive with a digital instrument panel and a giant horizontally orientated touch screen in the middle. The car on the photos is likely an automatic; it has a drive selector and flappy paddles behind the steering wheel.
We have new photos of the Lifan Xuanlang MPV, a clone of the Ford S-Max like there is no other. Even the alloys are very Ford-like! The wheels are idiotically small. The Lifan Xuanlang will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month and launch on the Chinese car market in March.
Electric cars do not really need a big grille. Some automakers fit a fake grille because they feel a car needs a grille, no matter what. Other automakers fit an enormous grille because they think that looks techy in Toyota style. One of those automakers in China’s Haima. They will soon launch the new @3, a small electric sedan, with the biggest grille we have seen in ages, and painted in blue.
The new Volkswagen Touran has been launched on the Chinese car market, but as expected the old one will soldier on and will re-launch at year’s end. Volkswagen didn’t change anything about the looks bar for the trendy new alloys.
The Peugeot301 sedan will receive a facelift in China. Most eye catching are the new grille and lights, with a design similar to the Peugeot 308 sedan. Other changes include the front bumper and rear lights. The facelifted Peugeot 301 will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and launch on the Chinese auto market soon thereafter.