Interesting Spy Shots from China showing a Renault Fluence Z.E. electric car with Dongfeng badges. The Fluence Z.E. is the electric version of the Renault Fluence sedan. The Z.E. is presently manufactured in Turkey and South Korea, where it is called the Samsung SM3 Z.E..
Sensational Spy Shots of a fiery red SUV with quite some Bling around. This is the Beijing Auto Zhanshen, a prototype-slash-concept for a true passenger-car variant of the Beijing Auto BJ2022 Yongshi (Brave Warrior). The existence of the project is interesting because Beijing Auto will soon launch the new BJ80 series, the semi-official successor of that very same BJ2022.
New photos of the 1:18 scale model of the new Volvo S90 sedan. The first set leaked in late August. We have now learned that the models are part of an order of 2000 units by French model maker Norev, made by an unnamed Chinese contractor-factory. An employee allegedly stole 20 units, of which only two are still unaccounted for today. We will keep an eye on Taobao…
The somewhat new CheryArrizo M7 MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at at 79.900 yuan and ends at 107.900 yuan. The M7 is the first MPV under the Arrizo brand, and it is a rather odd and old car.
This is the new Nissan Lannia for China. The Lannia is a mid-size sedan exclusively manufactured in China for the Chinese car market, featuring an absolute daring design. The Nissan Lannia will hit the market in late Q4, price will range from 122.900 yuan to 152.900 yuan.
Geely has released an official image of the dashboard of the upcoming Geely Emgrand NL-3 SUV, and it looks rather spectacular with an all-digital instrument pod and a large touch screen in the middle. Start button just to the right of the flat-bottomed steering wheel. Right air vent is huge.
The best Spy Shots so far of the four-door convertible variant of the new Beijing Auto BJ80J, seen here as a gas station at the outskirts of Beijing city. The BJ80J is the military variant of the Beijing Auto BJ80, with the civilian version designated BJ80C. Deliveries to the army are scheduled to begin in early 2016.