Dongfeng Motor has unveiled the new Fengshen A60 EV, an electric car based on the Fengshen A60 sedan. The A60 EV will hit the Chinese car market sometime in early 2016 for about 150.000 yuan including subsidies. Sadly, the production car doesn’t have the fancy grille we saw on the spy shots.
The facelifted DongfengFengshen A60 has been launched on the Chinese car market. A job well done, the new front look much better than the old one. Price starts at 69.700 yuan and ends at 83.700 yuan. The facelift includes a new grille, new headlights, new bumpers, new taillights, and an updated interior.
New Spy Shots reveal that the Dongfeng Number 1 sedan will be called ‘Dongfeng Fengshen A9’ when it hits the Chinese car market at year’s end. A late name change as usual, only one month ago we saw photos of the production version with the ‘东风1号’ badge on the back. Dongfeng will also bring back the ‘Aeolus’ name. This used to be the official English translation of the Fengshen name, but we haven’t seen it for a long time.
The new Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 debuted today on the 2015 Chengdu Auto Show in China, featuring striking chrome pods wrapped around the corners of the bumper. The Fengshen AX3 is a somewhat odd car, mixing elements of a hatchback, a wagon, and some crossover SUV.
Spy Shots showing the production version of the Dongfeng Fengshen AX3, looking almost ready for its launch in the Chinese car market in Q3. Badges on the back indicate the vehicle will be called AX7 when it hits the market, which is fuzzy because Dongfeng is already making a Fengshen AX7 SUV.
The brand new DongfengFengshen AX3 has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show, looking a tad too decent in brown. The Fengshen AX3 is a new compact crossover SUV, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year to compete in one of the hottest segments in China.
The DongfengFengshen E30 & E30L have been launched on the Chinese car market. The E30 and E30L are electric mini cars, the E30 is the short-wheelbase two-seat version, and the E30L a slightly longer four-seat version. They’ve had a long time coming. The E30 debuted back in 2011 as the Dongfeng EJ02 EV, and production was confirmed in 2013. Over all those years the design of the vehicle didn’t change a bit, resulting in a somewhat oddball look.