This is the final production version of the the Changan CS95 SUV. It lost the ultra-cool grille and now looks a tad too much like a mix of various Range Rovers. The CS95 is the largest passenger car Changan Automotive has ever made. It will compete with cars like the Trumpchi GS8 and the Haval H8.
This little pretty is the Changan A800, a new MPV for China. The A800 comes with a very typical ‘flat nose’ with the top of the Changan logo penetrating into the bonnet. The A800 will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show next month and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. Read more »
This is the new Changan Ruixing Q50 MPV, featuring a massively shiny grille and wheels that are smaller than my wheel barrow’s wheel. The Q50 is the third car under Changan’s new Ruixing sub-brand after the e Ruixing M90 and the upcoming Ruixing S50. The new photos also reveal the English name for the brand: Raesor. How catchy.
This is the new ChanganCS55 SUV for China, it will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and launch on the Chinese auto market in the second half of the year. It looks nice with some Range Rover influences. Wheel arches are black but the wheels seem small and especially narrow.
Spy Shots showing the upcoming Changan CS55 testing in China. The CS55 is a new compact SUV, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in mid-2017. We received a very interesting comment about the CS55 with our story about the new Bisu T3 compact SUV.
Changan Automotive is in an MPV launching spree, just like many other Chinese automakers, because the segment is growing like a crazy. The next one to hit the market is this Changan Lingxuan, a neat looking compact MPV with seven seats. Lights and grille look nice, alloys are sporty, but the roof rails appear to be useless.
This is the new Changan Ounuo EV for China, an electric car based on the Changan Ounuo mini MPV. The EV versions looks exactly the same as the petrol version bar for the stickers, Changan didn’t even bother to add some blue detailing.
This is the final production version of the Changan CS95 SUV for China, and we are disappointed. The ultra cool grille of the semi-concept that debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show is gone, and replaced by a boring grille with the standard horizontal bars that everybody has.