Changan Raeton CC concept debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show in China
Published on April 20, 2015 by Joey Wang
The Changan Raeton CC concept has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, showing off a daring grille and sleek looking headlights. The Changan Raeton CC concept previews a future four-door coupe based on the same platform as the 2013 Changan Raeton sedan.
An endless bonnet and suicide doors.
An all-digital dash that looks a tad too 1980 and four comfortable seats centered around a wide center tunnel. The Changan Raeton CC concept is ‘powered’ by an electric motor with a relatively modest 167hp and 335nm. Changan claims a 0-100 of only 4.1 seconds, which seems on the fast side for a vehicle this big and an engine that small. No matter, the production version, if it ever sees the light of day, will be powered by conventional four-cylinder petrol engines.
Clean side profile, beautifully sculpted around the C-pillar. Space under that bonnet must be big enough for a large-volume V12.
A short rear deck and funky lights.
Rear window fuzzily shaped with a bulb on each side. For more sunlight on the heads of the passengers, maybe?
The new Changan Raeton CC concept from China.