The Changhe Q7 has been unveiled on the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show in China. The Changhe Q7, not to be confused with the Audi Q7, is a new mid-sized SUV for China. It features a big shiny grille, black pillars, and a very thick roof.
New Spy Shots of the Changhe Q7, a mid-sized SUV for China with a big shiny grille, black pillars, and a think roof. The Changhe Q7, not to be confused with the Audi Q7, will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in December.
Touch screens are getting bigger by the day in China, even in cheaper cars. This 12 inch monster is fitted in the upcoming Changhe Q7, a new mid-size SUV that will cost no more than 90,000 yuan or $13,580.
This is the production version of the Change A6, a new compact sedan that will be launched on the Chinese car market in December. They really like Audi names down at Changhe; their new big SUV will be called the Q7, no kidding.
Changhe Auto is working on a new SUV, their largest so far. Design is nice, and the big and shiny grille is especially sweet. The new SUV, we don’t know the name yet, will be launched on the Chinese car market at year’s end.
This hip little white baby is the new Changhe Beidouxing, looking very ready for its launch on the Chinese car market in September. The new Beidouxing will be manufactured by Changhe Auto, now part of the Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC).
Another new electric car for China: this is the Changhe Beidouxing X5E, complete with some blue in the headlights and a blue line around the grille. Blue is the color of green cars in China. The charging cap is handily located in the front fender. The Beidouxing X5E will hit the market sometime in H2.
Changhe Auto, now under the wings of the Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC), will launch two new SUVs this year. First up is a seven-seat SUV code named F14S, it will have a wheelbase of 2800mm and 1.8 and 1.8 turbocharged engines. The F14S will be based on the same platform as the Beijing Auto Senova X65.
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.
When Beijing Auto bought Change in 2013 it was widely expected that the old Changhe-Suzuki joint venture would die. But it didn’t. They are still making cars, including the Beidouxing, which is based on the Wagon R+. Changhe will now use that car for a new electric vehicle called the Beidouxing E.