An extremely pretty Citroen Fukang, seen on a remote location just inside the Fifth Ring Road in east Beijing. The good vehicle was painted in Pink, no wrapping here, and white, and further sexed up with a giant body kit that includes two huge wings at the back. Best of all however are the rear windows that are painted in green. Best of those is the rear windshield which has a pink heart painted on the green paint.
And the mighty robot on Beijing Tuning Street says: we will be on holiday, flying down to Europe to visit the great countries of Belgium, Holland and England for business and beer. In the meantime, work will start on a complete redesign of the site. We will have larger photos, a better comment section, more social media thingies, and a database.
We will be on the move for about three weeks. Updates will be slow coming, but we are always ready to hit the boards when emergencies occur, such as a Geely spaceship or a Hongqi-based submarine.
See you all soon, take care.
A giant Great Wall Haval Limousine promoting a spa fitness center in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province, where it was seen by reader Josh F., thank you for the pictures! amazingly, the Haval Limousine is an official Great Wall product, it debuted back in 2006 and is still in production today, with Great Wall building about a hundred units a year.
The new Ford Mondeo sedan has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 179.800 yuan and ends at 265.800 yuan. The launch has long been eagerly awaited with Chinese car buyers ready to pay whatever it takes to get their hands on what is in nicknamed the ‘Aston-Ford’.
Spy shots showing the new Chang’an BenBen Love testing in China, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2014. The new BenBen Love differs drastically from the current car; with the design moving from cute (as for the girls to like) to sleek & sporty, note especially the racy front spoiler. Continue reading “Spy Shots: new Chang’an BenBen Love testing in China”
The Chang’an Eado XT hatchback has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 77.900 yuan and ends at 119.900 yuan. The Eado XT debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show in April, it is based on the Chang’an Eado sedan that was launched in March 2012.
New spy shots showing the final production version of the new BYD S7 SUV, it will be launched on the China car market just before the end of this year. The BYD S7 is anupmarket variant of the existing BYD S6 SUV. The BYD S7 debuted as a semi-concept on the Shanghai Auto Show in April.
Spy shots showing the facelifted Geely Englon SC5-RV cross hatchback, it will be launched on the China car market later this year. The facelift includes new bumpers, new head lights, and a new grille. The overall design is much better, a bit more boring maybe, but definitely better. Compare:
A very big and very black Hongqi Qijian CA7460 L2 limousine dressed up for a wedding, seen here in the capital Beijing. The Hongqi (Red Flag) Qijian (Flagship) CA 7460 L2 was a stretched version of the Hongqi Qijian CA7460, which was based on the 3th generation Lincoln Town Car.
New spy shots showing the new Beijing Auto SC20 SUV. Intriguingly, this particular example has a different grille and BAW-badges. BAW stands for Beijing Auto Works. ‘Beijing Auto’ and ‘Beijing Auto Works’ are both subsidiaries of the Beijing Auto Industry Corporation, BAIC. Beijing Auto Works makes rather rugged off-road vehicles, like the ever-lasting Knight S12 XJ Cherokee.