The Changhe Q25 has been unveiled on the Guangzhou Auto Show. The Changhe Q25 is a new sub-compact crossover for China, it will be launched on the Chinese car market just before the end of the year, and price will start around 55.000 yuan.
Another auto show in China, another Rolls-Royce Phantom special edition. On the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show we have this Rolls-Royce Phantom Limelight, limited to only 25 cars. Rolls-Royce says the Limelight the most luxurious Phantom ever made, and it sure seems so, as it doubles as a dressing room.
The new Fiat Ottimo Cross has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show in China. The Cross is a concept car previewing an upcoming crossover variant of the Fiat Ottimo hatchback. The Cross concept features a jacked-up suspension, big wheels with black arches, a loaded front bumper, and a roof rack with LED lights.
FAW’s Besturn brand wins the prize for the most imaginatively named concept car of the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show; this is the Besturn A-Class concept, previewing a new a-class Besturn sedan; the vehicle so far known as the Besturn B30 compact sedan.
This is the FAW-Toyota Ranz E50, a new electric vehicle unveiled in China on the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. Ranz is a sub-brand of the FAW-Toyota jont venture focused on making cheap electric cars for the masses. It should not be confused with ‘Leahead‘, which is another similar Chinese Toyota brand.
This is the new Guangzhou-Toyota Leahead i1, an electric concept car unveiled on the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. Leahead is a new sub-brand under the Guangzhou-Toyota joint venture focused on making cheap electric cars for the masses. It should not be confused with ‘Ranz‘, which is another similar Chinese Toyota brand.
The majestic Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf appeared on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, looking big and very expensive, and thus almost assured of success in the Chinese super sedan market. Production of the Lagonda Taraf is limited to 200 units worldwide, and China will get about 50 cars.
Meet the completely crazy Startech Range Rover Pickup Truck, unveiled in China on the Shanghai Auto Show. The vehicle started life as a base Range Rover, and Startech dressed it with fiery red paint, wide-body kit, and a 110 centimeter pickup bed at the back.
The super speedy Vencer Sarthe supercar was launched on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, showing off its race car body, scissor doors and dazzling ‘Thursday Morning Blue’ body. The Vencer Sarthe is an old-school ‘analogue’ supercar manufactured in the great town of Vriezeveen (wiki) in Overijssel Province in the Netherlands.
The Ferrari 488 GTB had its China-debut on the Shanghai Auto Show, and it was launched at the Chinese supercar market at the same time. There is only one variant for now and it costs 3.38 million yuan or 626.000 USD. Interestingly, that is cheaper than the immensely successful Ferrari 458 Italia, which went for 3.88 million yuan. But they always get more expensive over time, so in four years the 488 GTB will likely top four million.