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Officially Official: the Zotye T600 Sport SUV for China

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Zotye has released the first official images of the new Zotye T600 Sport, a sporty version of the Zotye T600 that was launched on the Chinese car market in December 2013. It comes with razor sharp headlights, a smaller grille, a completely new bumper with large air intakes, and racy wheels with five-spoke alloys. Overall design however is the same as the regular T600:

The regular T600. Current price starts at 79.800 yuan and ends at 135.800 yuan. Two engines: a 162hp 1.5 turbo and a 177hp 2.0 turbo. The T600 Sport will be powered by a tuned up variant of the latter, likely with some 220hp.

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A wild window wing, new rear lights, and a new bumper with two large rectangular exhaust pipes.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I really like the Zotye T600!
    Turbo Engine, DCT, 8 airbags, Xenon lights, a nice shape and toons of other goodies. It’s an unbeatable price/value proposition!
    Unfortunately, I’m planning to leave China next year, so I will buy something cheaper…
    Maybe the T500?

    • It’s a pretty fine SUV, save for the slightly poorer ride quality and wobbly/poorly fixed cubbies, which is pointed out in several Chinese automotive reviews. But looking at the level of trimmings and pricepoint, definitely worth it.

    • Because its a beautiful built SUV that looks great and is a great value? I test drove one a few days ago…its an excellent vehicle compared to similar, with very minor flaws…

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