Brilliance H330 arrives at the Shanghai Auto Show
Published on April 19, 2013 by Joey Wang
The very first live shots of the new Brilliance H330 sedan, it will debut tomorrow on the Shanghai Auto Show. One all-naked example was seen today standing kinda lost on the Brilliance booth-under-construction. The Brilliance H330 is the successor of the Brilliance Junjie FSV.
The latest spy shots we saw of the H330 date back to July last year, the H330 was then expected to be launched on the Chinese car market soon. The delay was likely caused by some design changes at the front, especially on and around the front bumper.
Price of the current-outgoing Junjie FSV starts at 65.800 yuan and ends at 95.800 yuan. Lone engine is a 1.5 with 105hp and 141nm, mated to a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. The H330 will keep the 1.5 and will also get a new 1.5 turbo, specs yet unknown. Price of the 1.5 turbo will start around 110.000 yuan.
Interior vastly improved. Better materials, better design. Giant gear knob only for giant car buyers.
Normally Chinese cars come with too many lines, making an otherwise fine design all-too fuzzy. The back of the H330 on the other hand could use a few extra lines to hide its giant ass.
Overall an improvement, but still no beauty.