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Chery Beta 5 concept debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show

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The Chery Beta 5 SUV concept debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show, previewing a new large Chery SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2015. The production version of the Chery Beta 5 will be positioned above the upcoming Chery Tiggo 5. The Tiggo 5 was expected to debut in Shanghai but didn’t show.

Note the male model. He is wearing black boots and black gloves. Waddis that all about? He a gardener?

Chery Beta 5 concept debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show

The production version will be based on the same platform as the Tiggo 5, slightly stretched in all directions. Power will come from a 150hp 2.0 or a 130hp supercharged 1.6. The Beta 5 should be seen as a more luxurious and more upmarket variant of the Tiggo 5. Many Chinese automakers walk the same way, such as BYD with the up-market BYD S7 based on the mundane BYD S6.

Chery Beta 5 concept debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show

Chrome bars around the bumper very good.

Chery Beta 5 concept debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show

Middle-tunnel very concept. Center console however loox production ready. Light-colored materials again, we are seeing that a lot recently in new Chinese cars and concept cars. The days of the ugly black plastic seem over.

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1 COMMENT

  1. So many beautifully designed cars in China. So much old tech and engines.
    We need the Chinese to start competing in Europe – with pure electric, hybrids, diesels /dieselhybrid may be the next success combination for Europe (- look to Volvo and Peugeot/Citroën), and low, low, low Co2….

    Come on, we know you can do it. You don’t need a company in Israel to help you.

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