The all new Honda UR-V is ready for the Chinese car market, where it will be launched in March. The Honda UR-V is a sporty coupe-SUV, like a BMW X6. It is basically the same car as the Honda Avancier. The main differences are the bonnet, the grille, the headlights, the bumpers, and the rear lights. One might wonder why Honda wants to sell two near-identical cars.
Spy Shots showing the new Volvo XC60 SUV testing in China. The XC60 will have its official debut on the Geneva Auto Show in March. Production in China is set to start in Q4 with a launch on the Chinese car market at year’s end. The Chinese XC60 will be of the same length and wheelbase as the Euro-made car.
This is the final production version of the BorgwardBX5 SUV for China, looking very racy in fiery red with a big black grille and sharp eyed headlights. The BX5 will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 24. Price will range from about 120.000 to 180.000 yuan.
Things look bad for Hongqi as they stand now; the company really sells just one car and bar some government agencies nobody buys it. A very sad fate for this great and famous brand. Hongqi however is trying to turn the tide around with a tidal wave of new cars, including a bus, two sedans, and two SUVs.
Spy Shots showing a Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman in China. It is likely a test car, note cheap-looking alloys. There is snow visible on the windows and roof, so it is probably doing some cold-weather testing up north. The S600 Pullman will be launched on the Chinese car market in April.
Earlier this week we saw the first spy shots of the facelifted Brilliance V3. And now we have the interior and we are impressed! It sports a giant Tesla-style vertical touch screen, at least 15 inch, with seemingly very clear graphics.
This is the new Haima S5 Young, and as its name implies it is aimed at young car buyers which means I cannot buy one. Well, happy that Haima is so honest about it. The S5 Young was formerly known as the Haima S3. The name-change happened rather late in its development, we saw it with S3 badges in July last year.
Spy Shots of the facelifted Brilliance V3, a popular Chinese crossover. It will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and hit the market soon thereafter. The facelift includes a new and very striking shiny grille, new headlights, new taillights, and new bumpers.
The very first Spy Shots of a new Lynk & Co sedan, code named CS11. It will be the second car of the Lynk & Co brand after the 01/CX11 SUV. The CS11 has a traditional three-box body and not a fancy sedan-coupe shape. It is expected to hit the Chinese car market sometime in 2018.
Spy Shots showing the production version of the new MG ZS SUV, looking clean but not very mean in this rather boring silver paint job. The ZS debuted as a semi-concept on the Guangzhou Auto Show, the production car will be launched on the Chinese car market in April.