The best Spy Shots so far of the Lynk & Co 01 SUV, with 3/4 of the car completely naked, and here painted in virgin white. It sure looks good and the lights are a masterpiece. Lynk & Co is a new brand under Geely, set to compete with the likes of Toyota and Volkswagen. It will be aimed at the young, with fancy electronics, an AirBNB-like share function, and shiploads of apps to download.
This is the facelifted Nissan X-Trail SUV for China. Debut is expected for the Shanghai Auto Show in April with a launch on the Chinese auto market in the second half of the year. The facelift includes a new grille with a heavy shiny bar, new lights, new bumpers, new alloys, and an updated interior.
The best photos so far of the JAC Refine S7 SUV for China, wseem here in a tasty matte silver which somehow works very well with the giant shiny grille. The Refine S7 is the largest SUV so far for the JAC brand. It will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
The first photos of the facelifted Hyundai Mistra sedan for China. It will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and hit the Chinese car market soon thereafter. The facelift includes a new and very shiny grille, new lights, and new bumpers.
The first photos of the facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLA. This is the China-spec variant, made locally by the Beijing-Benz joint venture. The facelift includes new headlights, new bumpers, a whole lot of new wheels, a grille, and an updated interior.
This is the new Changan Ruixing Q50 MPV, featuring a massively shiny grille and wheels that are smaller than my wheel barrow’s wheel. The Q50 is the third car under Changan’s new Ruixing sub-brand after the e Ruixing M90 and the upcoming Ruixing S50. The new photos also reveal the English name for the brand: Raesor. How catchy.
This is yet mysterious new Haval SUV. It was previously known as the F6, it debuted as H6 on the Guangzhou Auto Show, but even the staff on the booth didn’t seem to know what it was exactly. Some say it is the successor of the H6 but we strongly doubt that because the H6 was recently facelifted and it currently selling in record numbers. We think it is just another new variant, with a not-too pretty face.
This is the new ChanganCS55 SUV for China, it will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and launch on the Chinese auto market in the second half of the year. It looks nice with some Range Rover influences. Wheel arches are black but the wheels seem small and especially narrow.
The very first photos of the production version of the new WEY 01 SUV for China, looking very clean and sleek, especially in this matte silver paint job. WEY is a new “premium SUV” brand under Great Wall Motors. The 01 will hit the Chinese car market in April.
The good old Beijing AutoBJ2022 Brave Warrior is still alive and kicking. Three new workhorse pickup truck versions are under development and they are looking badass and somewhat cool. The first car is a double cab with a short bed, it will be powered by a 2.2 liter diesel engine with 110hp. Bed size: 1440/1580/480.