Many say it looks too much like a Range Rover. It does. But that doesn’t make it and ugly car. On the contrary; I think it look quite good. This is the new Changan CS55, a compact SUV for the Chinese car market. It was launched today. Price starts at 83.900 yuan and ends at 132.900 yuan.
This is the brand new WEY VV5, the somewhat smaller sister of the WEY VV7. The blue car on the photos is the sport version, called the VV5s. Launch on the Chinese market is scheduled for September. Price will range from about 120.000 to 160.000 yuan.
Spy Shots showing the NextEV NIO ES8 testing in China. The NIO ES8 is a large electric SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2018, featuring a very tall front end, a black windscreen frame, and a black roof.
New photos of the Hongqi LS5 SUV, looking great in white with the shiny grille and black A-pillars. Sad news: we have since understood that the Hongqi LS5 is not intended for the general market and will only be produced in small numbers for top government, party, and army officials; pretty much like the Beijing Auto BJ90.
Chinese brands are launching more new SUVs in a week then the rest of the world in a decade. Here we have another one: this is the new Brilliance V6, a mid-size SUV that will be launched on the Chinese car market in October.
This is the final production version of the Shanghai Maxus D90 SUV, fitted with a different grille than the blue car we saw earlier on. The Maxus D90 will be launched on the Chinese car market in October.
The Chery E3 will receive a facelift. The lift includes a new and bigger and shinier grille, a new and bigger and shinier bumper, new headlights with dark visors, new alloys, and a new rear bumper. The facelifted Chery E3 will be launched on the Chinese car market on September.
This is the final production version of the FAW Junpai A50, and it has become a very neat looking little car, probably the best looking FAW product ever. The Junpai A50 will launch on the Chinese car market in September. Price will range from around 60.000 to 80.000 yuan.
Geely is in a crossover craze; this is the newest one, called the Geely S1. It is a compact crossover hatchback with the usual black wheel arches and roof rails. It also has tiny tiny wheels and truly gigantic headlights. The S1 will be launched sometime in Q4.
The new 2018 Buick Regal sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, and it is the very last Opel-based Regal we will ever see. Price starts at 175.800 yuan and ends at 269.800 yuan ($26.000-$39.900).