Spy Shots: Geely Emgrand Wagon Concept for the Guangzhou Auto Show in China

Published on November 4, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter


Spectacular Spy Shots of a so far unknown new Geely Emgrand concept car, likely to debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month. The new concept is a sporty wagon, apparently the wagon-version of the brilliantly named ‘Geely Emgrand Concept‘ sedan, which will hit the real road soon.


Whether the wagon will get real is yet unknown, but Geely’s plans to invade Europe are well-known, and for that battle they do need a wagon, preferably of the useless-but-hip kind. And the new concept seems to be just that. Sporty and all but no space for more than one calf. Design is tight but the D is wide and the rear window is small, doing no good to the rear-view visibility. But the real thing, if ever, will sure have bigger mirrors…


No word yet on engines, but we bet that the concept will be ‘powered’ by something hybrid, and the eventual production car by 1.3 and 1.5 liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines.

More as we get it.


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  1. jimmy- November 5, 2015 Reply

    Looks good. They need to make this

  2. PGMJ- November 5, 2015 Reply

    Very nice. Definately could have its chance in Europe but possibly not in China. As far I know local made estates don’t use to be best sellers. Just remember Zhonghua (Brilliance) Zhunjie wagon not long ago.

    1. Deskman- November 6, 2015 Reply

      China being one of the biggest MPV & SUV markets in the world, would disagree with you on that, especially with such a fine station wagon and Geely’ rep nowadays (Though a little too low rider for my taste).

    2. Paul- November 12, 2015 Reply

      I wonder if the Brilliance wagon would do better coming out now than when it actually came out. The Chinese seem more interested in Chinese brands now than they did several years back.

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