This is the FAW Junpai D60, a small crossover formerly known as the FAW-Xiali T012. FAW decided not to market the T012/D60 the Xiali brand but start a brand new brand again. Junpai (骏派) will focus on cheap-but-trendy vehicles for second and third tier cities, the D60 is the brand’s first car. The Junpai D60 will be launched in July.
The production version of the FAW-Xiali T012 debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The T012 is a small crossover that will be marketed under FAW’s Xiali brand, it will be launched on the Chinese auto market in Q3. Price will start around 70.000 yuan and end around 120.000 yuan.
New spy shots of the upcoming FAW-Xiali T012testing in China, seen here transported on a flatbed truck. The T102 is a new crossover that will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April, and it will be launched on the Chinese auto market soon thereafter, marketed under FAW’s Xiali brand.
New spy shots of the upcoming FAW-Xiali T012testing in China, showing the vehicle is almost ready for the China car market. The T102 is a new crossover that will be launched on the Chinese auto market in the second half of 2014 under FAW’s Xiali brand, debut is expected for the Beijing Auto Show in April.
New spy shots of the upcoming FAW-Xiali T012testing in China. The T102 is a new crossover that will be launched on the China car market in the second half of 2014 under FAW’s Xiali brand. The T012 has been delayed several times, debut was originally expected for the Shanghai Auto Show in April.
The best spy shots so far of the upcoming FAW-Xiali T102 SUV, seen here testing dressed in very wild camouflage. The T102 seems to be delayed again. Originally debut was expected for the Shanghai Auto Show in April, nut the T102 didn’t show. Debut was then expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in November, but recent reports in Chinese automotive media indicate the T102 won’t make it there either. Debut has apparently been rescheduled again, this time to the second half of 2014.
A new spy shots showing the new FAW-Xiali T102 SUV in the factory, indicating that mass production is eminent. The T102 was expected to debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April but didn’t show, debut is now expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in November.
Here we have a Xiali N3 posing as the last generation Toyota Mark X. The conversion seems done professionally, with a neat body kit and all, which means there must be more Xiali’s like this. The front is a perfect copy of the Mark X, albeit a bit smaller. Read more »
A still very smooth Tianjin-Xiali TJ7101 police car, seen, where else?, in the great city of Tianjin where the Xiali factory stands. The Tianjin-Xiali is based on the 1983 Daihatsu Charade, production in China started in 1986 and continues until today. The Xiali TJ7101 was made from 1999 until 2007.
The vehicle seems small and underpowered for a police car but for sure it was very cheap, the base model went for 30.000 yuan and came with a tiny 1.0 three-cylinder, good for a 110km/h top speed, so the bad guys need at least something faster than that…