Chinese regulators have given their final approval for the new JAC-Volkswagen joint venture that will make affordable electric cars for the Chinese market. The joint venture contract has a duration of 25 years and planned annual output is 100.000 units.
Spy Shots showing a completely naked Volkswagen T-Roc testing in China. The T-Roc will have its international debut in August September. It will be manufactured in China by FAW-Volkswagen joint venture.
Spy Shots showing the Volkswagen Golf Sportvan Cross testing in China, getting ready for its launch on the Chinese auto market later this year. The transformation from Sportsvan to Sportsvan Cross seems to be a pretty easy one; black plastic around the wheel arches and … well, nothing else.
Skoda has launched the Vision E concept car, one day before the start of the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. The Vision E previews a new full electric SUV coupe based on Volkswagen’s dedicated-electric MEB platform, it is scheduled to launch on the Chinese auto market in 2019.
And here we have the Volkswagen Cross Touran L, a crossy variant of the Touran L MPV, scheduled for debut on next week’s Shanghai Auto Show. It has all the usual cross-things; bumper with mud guard, black wheel arches, a black stripe over the doors, dark window pillars, and, at least on this car, great looking dark gray alloys.
Volkswagen will launch a new I.D. concept car on the Shanghai Auto Show. The concept is styled as a crossover four-door sedan, somewhat similar to the Volvo S60 Cross Country. It will be pure electric with four-wheel drive and a fully autonomous mode.
The new Volkswagen T-Roc has been spied in old Europe without much camouflage on. The T-Roc will have its intentional debut in August with deliveries set to start in mid 2018. Production in China will start the same year at the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture.
The new VolkswagenTeramont seven-seat SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 308.900 yuan and ends at 518.900 yuan ($44.833 – 75.312). The Teramont is the sister model of the Volkswagen Atlas. It is manufactured in China by the Shanghai-Volkswagen joint venture.
Skoda is going to launch four new SUVs in China. They have to because the SUV and crossover segments are booming like there is no tomorrow and Skoda currently has only the aging Yeti on offer. That is going to change with the Kodiaq, the Model K, the Model Q, and the Kodiaq Coupe. All will be manufactured locally at the Shanghai-Volkswagen joint venture.