This is the big black badass Sabertooth Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) for the Chinese police. Four of these law-enforcement monsters were officially launched for duty by the authorities in the great city of Hefei in Anhui Province, with a lot of thanks to the United States of America.
The very first Spy Shot showing the new Geely Emgrand Cross completely naked in China, revealing a classy crossover-ish hatchback with heavy chrome elements in the front bumper. And we can confirm the vehicle will indeed be called Geely Emgrand Cross instead of Geely Cross, further proving that the Emgrand brand is back from almost-death.
New Spy Shots of the facelifted BYD F3 testing in China, getting ready for its launch on the Chinese car market sometime during the second half of the year. The facelift includes a new grille with heavily chromed bars, new headlights, new taillights, and new bumpers.
The Beijing Auto BJ40 will finally get a decent engine under the bonnet, in the form of a Saab-developed 2.0 turbo with 204hp and 280nm. Beijing Auto Industrial Corporation (BAIC), the owner of the Beijng Auto brand, bought the rights to the Saab 2.0 turbo and Saab 2.3 turbo from GM in 2009, along with the rights to the platforms of the Saab 9-3 and first generation Saab 9-5.
The hotly anticipated BYD Tang SUV will finally hit the Chinese car market on July 6. Price is expected to start around 300.000 yuan or 48.363 USD, making the 505 hp (five-hundred five) Tang the performance bargain of the century.
The very best Spy Shots so far of the new Beijing AutoSenova X25, and it is becoming quite a funky looking little thing. The Senova X25 is a small crossover-SUV based on the Senova D20 hatchback. The Senova X25 will be launched on the Chinese auto market later this year.
This is a official factory photo of the infotainment system in the new Geely Englon Haijing SC7, showing the 7-inch TFT touch screen. This system, so Geely says, integrates with smartphones. And so it does, but in a fuzzy wuzzy way…
It has been a long time since we have heard from the BYDSu Rui, a compact sedan that became world famous when it was launched in 2012 because it can be remote controlled, from the outside. Sadly sales have been slow, undercut by the cheaper BYD F3 where it is based on, and overshadowed by the manic BYD Qin hybrid. But there is some news now that might improve sales just a bit, or more.