Spy Shotsshowing a new crossover wagon by FAW’s Junpai brand. It has all the crossy stuff like black wheel arches, black bumpers, and roof rails. It also looks and feels very much like a Volkswagen, in particularly like the Cross Lavida, albeit a bit smaller. And that is interesting.
This is the very first photo of the successor of the BYD Tang SUV. The vehicle was seen in a design studio and is likely just a model. But is looks good, with sharp shapes all along and a very distinctive grille. The new Tang isn’t expected before late 2018 but we might see a first concept near the end of this year.
FAW is going to be busy at the upcoming Shanghai Auto Show. They will launch their new Senya R9 SUV and this new compact sedan which will likely be branded as a Senya as well. The new sedan stands on the same platform as the Besturn B30 and the Junpai A70.
Spy Shots showing the interior of the upcoming BYD M5, a new MPV that will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. Center piece is a giant vertical touch screen in Tesla-style. The dials however are analogue with a tiny screen in between.
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.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming Guangzhou Auto Trumpchi GE3, an electric crossover SUV for China. It debuted in semi-concept form on the Detroit Auto Show in January and we saw the first pictures of the production version in February. The Trumpchi GE3 will be launched on the Chinese car market during the Shanghai Auto Show next month.
The ultrahip Toyota C-HR will see production in China, times two. Toyota has two joint ventures in the country and each wants a part of the C-HR action. First up FAW-Toyota which will basically make the car as it is known abroad and under the C-HR name.
New Spy Shots of the HongqiHS7 SUV, the production version of the Hongqi S-Concept. Today we get a good look inside, and we see a classy interior with loads of leather, some shiny, and some wood. The instrument panel is digital and there is space for a large (12 inch?) touch screen in the middle.
The very first Spy Shots of the upcoming China-spec Peugeot 5008 GT Line, the sporty variant of the Peugeot 5008 SUV. It comes with a different bumper, bigger wheels, black pillars and a black roof. The 5008 GT Line will hit the Chinese auto market in June.
Beijing Auto doesn’t really care to hide the new ArcFox-1 anymore. The hipster EV will have its public debut on the Shanghai Auto Show next month and hit the Chinese auto market in Q3. The black area between the lights is a screen; it can say “hello”.