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Lynk & Co 03 Sedan Is Ready For The Chinese Car Market

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Lynk & Co 03

Official photos of the Lynk & Co 03, the first sedan of Geely’s millennial-only brand. It looks very racy in red, with sporty alloys and big wheels. The mirrors look gigantic, especially in black. They better paint ‘m body.

The front end looks a tad too tall. Lynk & Co is basically using the same front-end design on every car they make. On the 01 SUV it worked fine, as that is a tall vehicle. It worked less on the 02 crossover, which is a lower car, and is looks even stranger on this 03 sedan.

The Lynk & Co 03 stands on the same Geely-Volvo CMA platform as the 01, the 01, and the Volvo XC40. Power will come from a 156 hp 1.5 turbo, and a PHEV will be added to the lineup later.

Size: 4639/1840/1460, and wheelbase is 2730.

The 03 will have its public debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Somebody had the funny idea to merge the front of a Dodge Charger and a Porsche Panamera ?
    The back looks over-detailed.
    …like at least two lead designers wanted to contribute to it… “Ok, then lets do both”.

    What an incredible ugly car, wow…

  2. Looks very bloated and fat for a sedan. It’s more bulbous than their SUV! Talk about a car that really needs to hit the gym…

  3. This reminds me of the 2007-2012 B16 Nissan Sentra that was based on the same platform as the Rogue SUV. The SUV base gives the car version an odd profile. I think Lynk is much more interested in selling the SUV versions to the young people that they are targeting.

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  5. The actual photos of this car look way better than this artist rendering. The back is way over styled on the bottom but the front looks better in other photos.

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