The BMW X1 xDrive 25Le has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. The X1 xDrive 25Le, what a great name that is, sounds nice, is a hybrid variant of the BMW X1 Li, the long-wheelbase X1 for the Chinese market. The X1 xDrive 25Le will hit the market in late Q4. And because the X1 xDrive 25Le is a new-energy vehicle is has blue bars in the grille, and blue iPerformance stickers on the doors.
This is the crazy G. Patton Tomahawk, a badass 6×6 based on the Jeep Wrangler. The Tomahawk, not to be confused with the Dodge Tomahawk (which is real), launched earlier this week on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, looking dangerous in a shade called ‘Black Armour’.
The facelifted Brilliance H530 sedan has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. The facelift includes a grille with more shiny, new headlights, and a new front bumper with large pods on each side, containing the barely visible fog lights.
The facelifted Kia KX3 has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. The facelift includes a new and ultra shiny grille, new bumpers, new fog lights, and new head light visors. New too is the trendy two-tone paint which will be available in whatever combination the customer desires.
The facelifted JAC Refine S3 crossover has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. The facelift is extensive and includes a new and extra shiny grille, triangle shaped fog lights, new headlights, new rear lights, new bumpers, and an updated interior. It also sports the new JAC corporate logo. The Refine S3 has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 65,880 yuan and ends at 88,800 yuan.
The Haval H2 Blue Label has been launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China. Haval has a new idea called the ‘Double Strategy’. They will have two versions of each car, a Blue Label and a Red Label. The Blue Label cars will be aimed at the young and hip, whereas the Red Label cars are for normal people.
The production version of the Changhe Q35 debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, with mad vertical oriented lights in the heavy bumper and a heavily chromed grille. The Q35 has been launched on the Chinese market; price starts at 65,900 yuan and ends at 86,900 yuan.
The final final production version of the Beijing Auto BJ20 SUV debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, with a daring design that one might love or hate. I love. Especially the headlights, the grille, and the fake air intake in the bonnet. Wheel arches look crazy too.
The Dongfeng Fengdu MX5 SUV was launched on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, featuring sleek headlights and a big grille with a shiny strip going through a huge Dongfeng logo. The Fengdu MX5 will be launched on the Chinese car market in late Q4. Price will range from 90.000 to 120.000 yuan.
The new Zotye Damai X7 SUV debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in China, looking surprisingly good in blue, although the wheels were far too small. The Damai X7 is a clone of the Volkswagen CrossBlue Coupe concept, marking the first time a Chinese auto maker clones a concept car. Congrats to Zotye! What’s next? The W12 Syncro perhaps?
Zotye is a cloning expert in any way, with a great like for the Volkswagen Group. They did the the SR7 (Audi Q3), Damai X5 (Tiguan), the Zotye T600 (Audi Q5), and will soon launch the SR8 Porsche Macan.