Spy Shots showing the 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE (W167) in China. Lightly camouflaged outside, and completely uncamouflaged inside. It is probably an AMG model; it had AMG wheels, an extra low front spoiler, and air vents in the front bumper.
When I was exiting my favorite Burger King hamburger shed in Beijing I saw a NIO charging van on the back of a stinkin’ diesel powered Foton flatbed. I ran across a boulder and a parking lot and got there just in time.
That can’t be right!
So what do we have here? This is an SUV called the Ford Territory. Ford says it is new, especially developed for China and all. That is not totally true. It is a new Ford, but not a new car.
Official photos of the Lynk & Co 03, the first sedan of Geely’s millennial-only brand. It looks very racy in red, with sporty alloys and big wheels. The mirrors look gigantic, especially in black. They better paint ‘m body.
This little blue wonder is the NETA N01, a new small electric crossover for China. The NETA N01 will be launched on the Chinese car market in August. Price, after subsidies, will start around 80.000 yuan.
These days, you can buy anything through online shopping. You just name a product or service and Google it; you will get a list of suppliers who are ready to give their best offer.
The spare parts of any car are also not an exception to this. There are large number of vendors or OEM and third parties who are manufacturing spare parts, ready to grab your order and offer their service.
The Hongqi N501 has finally been unveiled. Not in China, but in Africa, where it was used by President Xi Jinping during his visit to Rwanda.
However, when visiting other countries on his Africa tour Mr. Xi made use of various other cars, including a BMW 7-Series and a Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman. The N501 it seems, was only used in Rwanda.