Here we have a very speedy Audi S5 Coupe in matte orange and matte black, seen in the Sanlitun beer district in Beijing, parked next to an old China-made Audi A6, which can be a cool car too. But almost nothing in the world is as cool as this Audi, wrapped to the max in double-matte and made even more pretty by racy 5-spoke alloys and black mirrors.
The Ford Explore SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 489.800 yuan and ends at 539.800 yuan. The Ford Explorer isn’t completely new in China, it was already available via the gray market where prices went up all the way to 700.000 yuan, and buyers were willing to pay that much. Good move thus from Ford to launch the Explorer officially, now for the Ford Mustang and the Ford Raptor…
New spy shots from the upcoming Great Wall Haval H8 show it will become the Haval H8 when it hits the Chinese car market later this year. Great Wall announced in February that it would turn the Haval-name into a separate brand for selling SUV’s, MPV’s and all sorts of smaller cross-style vehicles. Earlier on we saw the first spy shots of the Haval H6 and this H8 seems to become the second Haval-branded vehicle.
Spectacular spy shots from the 2014 Porsche Panamera testing in China. The 2014 Porsche Panamera will likely debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April, underscoring the importance of the Chinese car market for Porsche. The 2014 Porsche Panamera will get a new grille, new bumpers, new front and rear lights, and a new 400hp twin-turbo V6.
Most interesting however is that the spy shots from China possibly reveal an extended variant of the Panamera.
German automaker Volkswagen has confirmed it will bring a new car model to muscle in China’s low-end auto market, according to sources citing VW Group’s President Martin Winterkorn at a recent annual briefing.
Analysts say that the new model, priced between 6,000 and 7,000 euros ($9,287), will be developed at the group’s joint venture FAW-Volkswagen, as part of the plan to make further inroads to the Chinese market. The timeline has yet to be issued.
Swedish automaker Volvo Car will introduce its first all-new vehicle as a unit of China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co Ltd in late 2014, Volvo Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson said on Wednesday.
The new model will be a successor to the Volvo XC90 crossover vehicle, Samuelsson told Reuters on the sidelines of the New York auto show. Volvo is also jointly developing with Geely a new compact platform for smaller models, some of which will be built at a new Volvo plant in Chengdu, China, he said.
Here we have a very speedy, an certainly very flashy too, Buick Regal sedan in matte orange, seen in the great city of Shanghai by reader Chiprdan, thank you for the pictures! The matte orange wrap seems to be of high quality and neatly covers the bumpers. The mirrors, roof and alloys are made black for contrast. Best parts are the chrome grille and window strips, giving this orange automobile a strangely luxurious touch.
This is the very first spy shot of the Volvo S60L sedan testing in China. The Volvo S60L is a stretched variant of the European Volvo S60, it will be made in the new Geely-built Volvo factory in Chengdu in Sichuan Province, production will start in October.
Because Friday. Two very pretty girls hanging out hot with an Audi TT with Lambo-doors. The Audi and the girls are all painted in white, which makes for a pretty exciting combination of things. The girls wear knee-high high-healed boots, which are very good for fishing but not for driving. Anywayz, nobody will seriously ask a girl like this to drive. Click on Pics for Bigs™, a bit NSFW below…
The Chang’an Eado XT hatchback is arguably the most beautiful car ever designed by a Chinese car maker. The Chang’an Eado XT will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April, and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in the second half of this year. Today we have a new set showing a white example naked from all its pretty sides.