The ChanganLingxuan has been launched on the Chinese car market. English name is Linmax. Price starts at 67.900 yuan and ends at 80.900 yuan. The Lingxuan is a seven-sear mid-size MPV with rather good looks. It is basically the same car as the upcoming Changan A800 MPV.
This is the production version of the new Changan CS15 EV, a new electric car based on the CS15 compact SUV. The CS15 EV will launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. The grille differs from the petrol powered car and features a blue Changan badge. Blue is the color of green cars in China.
This is the new Changan Raeton CC, a somewhat sporty looking sedan coupe with a massive grille and a very short rear end. The name is misleading for one might think that it is based on the Raeton sedan. It isn’t, it stands on a smaller platform and used a different engine. It has also no visible connections with the 2015 Raeton CC concept car.
The new Changan CS55 SUV debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, and it has become a nice looking little thing, probably the best looking Changan SUV so far. Black wheel arches compensate for small wheels and big bumper inlets compensate for small grille. All in all a very balanced design.
Changan Auto has launched two new concept cars in China, previewing their new design languages for their sedan and SUV lineups. The orange coupe is called the Jiliu, showing off very sleek and sporty lines, a long bonnet and a low roof.
NextEV NIO has teamed up with Changan Auto for the production of electric cars for the Chinese market. Their first car will debut in concept form on the Shanghai Auto Show. The SUV, likely to be called NIO ES8, will be about the size of the Volvo XC90. NIO has released one rendering, showing a rather traditional design.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming Changan CS55 SUV, looking fine in black with a shiny grille with the Changan name in capitals in it, shiny bars in the bumper, truly giant mirrors, and narrow wheels. The CS55 will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show next month and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3.
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 »