This is the new Guangzhou Auto Trumpchi GS7, the five-seat variant of the seven-seat Trumpchi GS8. The latter is a beautiful car but the shortening of the body for the GS7 hasn’t worked very well, it looks very off-balance at the rear.
The brand new e Guangzhou AutoTrumpchi GS8 will be launched on the Chinese car market in October, one month later than previously announced. The GS8 is the new flagship of the Trumpchi range and the largest car Guangzhou Auto has ever built. It is also the best looking SUVs from a Chinese car maker so far. Price will start around 150.000 and end around 200.000 yuan.
The brand new Guangzhou AutoTrumpchi GA8 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 169.800 yuan and ends at 299.800 yuan. The Trumpchi GA8 is the new flagship of the Trumpchi range, and the largest and most expensive vehicle they have ever made.
New Spy Shots showing that the Guangzhou AutoTrumpchi GS8 is almost ready for China, looking almost unchanged compared to the car that debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show. The GS8 will be launched on the Chinese car market in September priced from around 150.000 to 200.000 yuan.
The new Guangzhou AutoTrumpchi GS8 has been launched on the Beijing Auto Show, a huge beast of a car with a bulge on the bonnet and a heavily chromed grille. This is the production version, it will hit the Chinese car market in September, priced around 150.000 to 200.000 yuan.
Guangzhou Auto is teasing us with the new Trumpchi GS8 SUV which will debut next week on the Beijing Auto Show, looking very badass. It is still a concept but said to be very close to the production car which will launch on the Chinese car market in Q4. The fancy LED lights will stay on.
The Guangzhou Auto conglomerate is going to launch a new car brand for the Chinese market, the brand will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April. The English name is ‘Run Pard’, the Chinese name is ‘Lan Bao’ (岚豹), best translated as ‘Mist Leopard’. Mist as in ‘a misty day’. The English slogan is catchy; “Through the mist&wind His speed as cheetahs”, adding too to the endless confusion about whether a leopard = a cheetah or not. In Chinese the character 豹 usually covers both.