Clone Country China is at in again; the latest victim is the BMW i3, ripped off by Chinese car maker Yema for a new compact hatchback code named B11. Yema though did make a few improvements: they added a proper set of doors and usable roof rails. Otherwise it looks horrible, with an ugly blue grille and wheels smaller than my scooter’s.
The new Yema T80 SUV debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, showing off with a giant grille, sleek lights, and a lot of shine. The T80 is the largest SUV Yema has ever made. It is however not entirely new, as it is basically an ultra fancy version of the Yema T70.
The best Spy Shots so far of the new Yema T80 SUV, the largest SUV Yema has ever made, featuring an impressive and very shiny grille. The T80 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September, Chengdu being Yema’s hometown, and launch on the Chinese car market in October.
The first Spy Shots of the new Yema T80 SUV, the largest SUV Yema has ever made. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September, Chengdu being Yema’s hometown, and launch on the Chinese car market in October. Price will start somewhere around 170.000 yuan.
The Yema T70 is finally getting a modern engine under the bonnet; a 1.5 turbo four with 150hp and 200nm, mated to a five-speed manual, which is not very modern. The Yema T70 1.5 T will be launched on the Chinese car market next month. Price will start around 120.000 yuan. The front has been updated a little bit with LED strips on each side of the bumper.
Yema was sadly not on the Beijing Auto Show but they make up for that by releasing the first images of their new T80 SUV, looking absolutely on fire in red. The Yema T80 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September, Chengdu being Yema’s hometown, and launch on the Chinese car market in October.
Yema Auto disappointed on the 2015 Chengdu Auto Show in China. Chengdu is their home town and they normally go mad with wild concept cars and such more. Not this year and not this time. All they had was the Yema E70 EV and this updated M302 MPV.
These are the very first images of the new Yema T80 SUV for China, featuring a large black grille with a thick chrome edge, mean looking headlights, a bumper with LED lights, a trendy C-pillar, and sporty five-spoke alloys. The Yema T80 will debut, likely in concept form, on the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show starting later this month.
The Yema T70 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, one full month earlier than expected. The Yema T70 is the first all-new Yema passenger car since 2008, standing on a new platform and powered by new engines. Design is a curious mix combining influences from Range Rover, Volkswagen and Audi. Price starts at 79.800 yuan and ends at 118.800, cheap enough to make the eager Yema dealers happy.