BYD has applied for patent on the design of the new Tang SUV, and the images promptly leaked from China’s famously leaky patent bureau. The new BYD Tang will debut as a semi-concept late this year, with a launch of the production version in April 2018.
The brand new BYD SongMPV will hit the Chinese car market in Q3. Production has started, one gray car was seen near a BYD factory. It is likely the best looking new BYD after the Dynasty, both were drawn by BYD’s new chief designer Wolfgang Egger. The SongMPV debuted last month in Shanghai.
This is the new BYDSongMPV, it debuted today on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, looking just as good as the Dynasty concept we saw earlier on. Both were designed by new chief designer Wolfgang Egger of Seat and Alfa Romeo fame. The new MPV is called the SongMPV, not Song something MPV or Song MPV, but SongMPV. It was formerly known as the BYD M5.
BYD’s are going to look good, and that is great. Until now they were impressive cars from a tech perspective, like the Tang super SUV, but design always disappointed. Last year BYD hired Wolfgang Egger as their new head of design, and the first car he draw is this new BYD Dynasty concept.
This is the brand new BYD M5, a seven-seat MPV that will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. It is probably the best looking BYD ever, the lights are a work of art, the grille is impressive, and the bumper looks racy.
This is the very first photo of the successor of the BYD Tang SUV. The vehicle was seen in a design studio and is likely just a model. But is looks good, with sharp shapes all along and a very distinctive grille. The new Tang isn’t expected before late 2018 but we might see a first concept near the end of this year.
Spy Shots showing the interior of the upcoming BYD M5, a new MPV that will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. Center piece is a giant vertical touch screen in Tesla-style. The dials however are analogue with a tiny screen in between.
New Spy Shots of the upcoming BYD M5, an ultra racy plug-in hybrid MPV that will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. The M5 comes with beautifully crafted headlights and a shiny grille with a big BYD badge in the middle.
BYD has updated the Tang hybrid super SUV and they have given it a new name: Tang 100. Biggest new is a larger capacity battery which extends the pure-electric range from 80 kilometers on the old car to 100 kilometers on the new car; hence the name.
Spy Shots showing the upcoming BYD M5 MPV testing in China. The M5, not to be confused with a German sporty sedan with the same name, will debut in April on the Shanghai Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.