April 23, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The new Haval H2 SUV has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show. It is officially still a concept but the production version will basically be the same. The production version of the Haval H2 SUV will hit the Chinese car market near the end of this year, price will range from 90.000 to 110.000 yuan.
April 22, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The Haval H8 has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show. The new large SUV will hit the Chinese car market late this year, priced from 230.000 to 300.000 yuan, much more than expected, making the Haval H8 the most expensive SUV from a local Chinese automaker by far.
April 20, 2013 by W.E. Ning
The new Haval H7 debuted just minutes ago at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show. Biggest surprise: when we saw the first pictures of the H7 we assumed it was a concept. Wrong. Great Wall said it will be launched basically unchanged on the Chinese car market ‘soon’. The show car is powered by a hybrid powertrain about which Great Wall didn’t say anything more. The real car will be powered by 1.8 and 2.0 liter petrol engines.
April 19, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The Haval H2 concept has arrived on the floor of the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show where it will debut tomorrow. Great Wall didn’t do any trouble to hide the new car so we can show it one day early. The production version, which will basically look the same as this concept, will be launched on the Chinese car market late this year.
April 16, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
Great Wall has released the first pictures of the Haval H6 and the Haval H8, both cars will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show later this week. The Haval H6 is basically a rebadged Great Wall Haval H6 and thus technically not a ‘new’ car. Great Wall has decided to turn Haval into a separate brand. Just yesterday we saw the first spy shots of the Haval H2 which will debut in Shanghai as well.
April 15, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
This is new Haval H2 concept, it will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show later this week and the production version will be launched on the Chinese car market late this year.
The Haval H2 was born as the Great Wall Haval M3 on the 2010 Beijing Auto Show. The next time we saw it was at a dealer presentation in December 2011 where it was renamed Great Wall Haval H2. Great Wall recently announced the ‘Haval’ name will become a separate brand, and so here we have the Haval H2.
March 31, 2013 by W.E. Ning
New spy shots from the upcoming Great Wall Haval H8 show it will become the Haval H8 when it hits the Chinese car market later this year. Great Wall announced in February that it would turn the Haval-name into a separate brand for selling SUV’s, MPV’s and all sorts of smaller cross-style vehicles. Earlier on we saw the first spy shots of the Haval H6 and this H8 seems to become the second Haval-branded vehicle.
March 14, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
This are the very first pictures of the new Haval H6, also known as the Great Wall Haval H6. Back in February we heard Great Wall was planning to turn Haval into a separate brand, selling SUV’s, MPV’s and all sorts of smaller cross-style vehicles. The vehicle on the photos is a current H6 with new badges. The Great Wall logo has completely disappeared.