The funky Zhi Dou D2 electric car has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price including all green-car subsidies is 49.800 yuan ($8018). The total subsidy of the D2 is an astonishing 109.000 yuan ($17.550), made up of various incentives by the central and by local governments.
Police in the great city of Wenzhou in Zhejiang Province in China was very surprised to see a man on the highway driving a VolkswagenSantana Vista at 80 kilometer per hour while administering himself a intravenous saline solution, holding a pink stick with the bag on top, while fiddling with his pone with his other hand.
The best Spy Shots so far of the upcoming Baojun 330 sedan, looking completely ready to go. The Baojun 330 is a new sub-compact sedan. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
Spy Shots showing a brand new variant of the good old Roewe W5 SUV. This is a typical Chinese open police patrol car. Vehicles like this are used within big cities for regular police patrols, especially in city centers and around important locations. And an open police petrol can also be used as a parade car.
This is not a Cadillac in China. This instead is the new Shanxi Victory X1 pickup truck, formerly known as the Victory S102 and also formerly known as the Jinchi X1. Design of the Victory X1 is inspired by the Cadillac Escalade EXT with Caddy-style headlights and grille. The impressive logo depicts a Victory V.
Another supercarcrash in China. A green Lamborghini Gallardo hit half on the nose of a silver Changan mini pickup truck near Lincang in Yunnan Province, causing considerable damage to both vehicles. Te driver of the pickup truck had to be taken to a local hospital but he will be OK, the driver of the Lamboo was unhurt.
Spy Shots showing the upcoming Venucia T70X SUV, a slightly larger and more upmarket variant of the Venucia T70 SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market in Q4. The X comes with different bumpers and black plastic around the wheel arches in crossover style. Alloys are new too but wheel-size is the same.
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.