Spy Shots showing the new Hawtai Lusheng E70 1.5T, ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in the second quarter of the year. The Lusheng E70 1.5T will be powered by a turbocharged 1.5 liter four-cylinder petrol engine with an output of 150hp.
Hawtai Motor has exported 200 Hawtai Lu Sheng E70 taxis to North Korea. The taxis will be deployed in the the North Korean capital Pyongyang. The vehicles were handed over to a North Korean state-owned company during a festive ceremony near the Chinese-North Korean border and will be shipped to Pyongyang by train.
The Hawtai Lu Sheng E70 has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 67.900 yuan and ends at 89.700 yuan, and that is on the cheap side for such a big car. The Hawtai Lu Sheng E70 is none other than the Hawtai B21 that debuted as a concept on the 2010 Beijing Auto Show. Design hasn’t changed much since then, only the bumpers and grille slightly different.
The Hawtai B21 sedan will finally hit the Chinese auto market in March, the B21 debuted as a concept on the 2010 Beijing Auto Show. In the meantime Hawtai (aka Huatai) developed a sports version and a B21 wagon. The last time we heard of the B21 was in May last year when Chinese media said the vehicle would be launched in late 2012, which didn’t happen.
The Hawtai B21 is one of those cars that seems old before it hits the market. The B21 sedan debuted as a concept at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show and has been on every auto show in China ever since, but never made it to the market. That however will change! Hawtai says the good old B21 will finally be launched this year, with a brand-new engine.
The Hawtai (aka Huatai) B21 debuted as a concept at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show, it will finally hit the Chinese car market in the seond half of 2012. The B21 is slightly smaller than the B11 sedan that was listed in December 2011. Read more »
The Hawtai (aka Huatai) B21 sedan debuted as a concept on the 2010 Beijing Auto Show and the production car saw the light at the April 2011 Shanghai Auto Show. The B21 was expected to hit the China car market before the end of this year but it will be delayed until somewhere next year. Read more »
Hawtai (aka Huatai) has applied for patent on the B21 Sport that debuted as a concept at the Shanghai Auto Show in April. The standard B21 debuted at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show but has still not made it to the market.
The production version of the Huatai B21 sedan debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show, it will be listed before the end of the year. But more is coming. Huatai applied for patent in China for a B21 wagon, likely to become a crossover-kind of vehicle which the Chinese market just loves.
Huatai brought the production version of the B21 sedan to the Shanghai Auto Show, it will hit the market before the end of the year. To celebrate Huatai also had this mad B21 sportsmachine on its booth, a B21 with loads of extra plastic, skirts and spoilers. It is a concept but Huatai might offer a similar kit as an option.