The Sinogold G60 Is The Chinese Interpretation Of The Citroen C4 Picasso
Published on May 12, 2017 by W.E. Ning
This is the new Sinogold G60, an electric MPV from China, looking far too much like a Citroen C4 Picasso, albeit with a different front. Sinogold is a new electric car maker based in Shandong Province, in possession of the coveted government-issued car making license
Shanxi Tongjia in turn is a subsidiary of the giant state owned conglomerate Shanxi Auto, which makes everything from heavy trucks to mini pickup trucks, and makes a lot of sweet stuff for the Chinese army.
The G60 will be sold under the Sinogold brand, top pic, and under the Kissun brand.
The Kissun branded cars get a big red badge on the grille, looking less high tech than the Sinogold variant.
… Citroen C4 Picasso. Overall design, belt line, roof line, bonnet, doors, and wheel arches. I bet the image is actually photoshopped, using an image of the C4 Picasso as the base. Just look at the mirrors and wheels, they are the same. not similar, but exactly the same.
Sinogold G60: 4615/1845/1655, and wheelbase is 2840.
C4 Picasso: 4428/1826/1629, and wheelbase is 2785.
Biggest difference is the power train. The C4 Picasso comes with 165hp 1.6 turbo whereas the G60 has to do with a 160hp electric motor. Top speed is 150 kilometers per hour. Range is yet unknown.
The rear comes in two variants too, but here it is just the badges that differ. This is the Sinogold, with a G60 badge on the left.
The Kissun variant with a GIANT G60 badge.