This is the final production version, minus the shiny alloys and red brake calipers, of the new JAC Heyue A30 sedan, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in July, priced from 60.000 to 80.000 yuan. The Heyue A30, formerly known as JAC BII, will be positioned just above the new JAC Heyue A20 that debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show as well.
The new JAC A20 debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show, painted in bright orange with sporty alloys in gold, a fine combination indeed. The production version, likely with cheap plastic wheel covers, will be launched on the Chinese car market later this year, price will start around 55.000 yuan.
When the Hawtai Baolige (Boliger is its English name) was launched on the Chinese car market in November 2011 many said it looked a tad too much like the Porsche Cayenne. Hawtai denied, and said their Baolige was very different. The Shanghai Auto Show saw the launch of the Hawtai Boliger S, an extra sporty Boliger with a fatass bodykit and racy alloys. Still aPorsche? Well:
The facelifted Roewe 550 debuted on the Shanghai Auto Show in near-total darkness. What is, Roewe trying to hide? The facelift has done well to the old 550, making sure it can continue at least another two years. Biggest changes are up front with a new grille, headlights and bumper.
Is Rolls-Royce joining in on the new baby-blue trend in China? No, not really. This is the Rolls-Royce Ghost Alpine Trial Centenary Collection, a special edition launched to celebrate Rolls-Royce winning the 1913 Austrian Alpine Trials. The winning ‘Silver Ghost’, seen on the right, was painted in baby blue & silver, and came with black alloys and a black grille. Continue reading “Rolls-Royce Ghost Alpine Trial Centenary Collection debuts on the Shanghai Auto Show”
This is the new Jiangling race-pickup truck concept, it debuted earlier on the Shanghai Auto Show. The mad vehicle previews a new large Jianling pickup truck based on the Jiangling Yusheng S350 SUV. The Yuhu concept was expected to debut on the 2012 Beijing Auto Show but it didn’t show there, indicating some delay in development.
The facelifted Jiangling Yusheng SUV has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show in China. The facelift includes an all-new front with new head lights, a new grille, new bumpers, new fog lights and a much improved interior. It got a new name as well, from now on the ‘Yusheng’ will be called ‘Yusheng S350’.
The facelifted Jonway A380 SUV has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show. The facelift includes a completely new grille, new bumpers, new lights, new and giant wheels, and an updated interior. The facelifted Jonway A380 will be launched on the China car market later this year.
The Ferrari LaFerrari has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show, an important event for the Italians because China is currently their second market wordwide and will likely be their first this or next year. The speedy new hypercar will be launched on the Chinese car market near the end of this year, price is expected be at least 10 million yuan or 1.6 million USD.
The new Lifan 530, which we met in an alley earlier this week, has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show. The Lifan 530, formerly known as the ‘new Lifan 520‘, is the successor of the old Lifan 520. The Lifan 530 will be launched on the Chinese car market in June.