Ah, Chery QQ. These little Chevy Spark clones were everywhere back in the late 2000s when I arrived in China. Usually powered by a mighty 0.8L 3 cylinder, the QQ gained widespread popularity due to its very affordable price, cute design, and generally a lack of competition back in its era.
Exeed is a new premium SUV brand under Chery. The Exeed LX is their second car. The Exeed LX is a bit too obviously based on the Chery Tiggo 7, but the new front end looks kind of cool; better visible now than in the earlier pictures we saw.
Exclusive photos of the export version of the Exeed TX, seen on Chery dealer event in China, organized for dealers from the great country of Chile. The Exeed shows off its massive grille, topped by a shiny bar inscripted with the Exeed name.
This silver speedy is the new Jetour X concept car, unveiled one day before the start of the 2018 Beijing Auto Show. The X comes with a sharply lined body and an enormous black grille, with the Jetour name in white.
Chery has released the first images of the interior of their new flagship Chery Tiggo 8 SUV. The place looks very clean with a digital instrument panel and nice materials, but the main touch screen seems almost Volkswagen-small, especially compared to what BYD is doing.
Spy Shots showing the production version of the CheryExeed TX, the new flagship of the Chery range in China. It will be sold under the Chery brand with Chery badges. Exeed will not be a separate brand like WEY or Lynk&Co.
The first official images of the Jetour X70 SUV. Jetour is a new brand under Chery Commercial Vehicle, a division of Chery Auto. The Chinese name of the brand is Jietu, best translated as ‘Victory Road’.
New Spy Shots of the Cowin X7 SUV, the new flagship of the Cowin brand. The X7 will seat seven, it will look sporty and hip, and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in early 2018. Cowin is a trendy budged brand under Chery Auto.
Chery is now the largest shareholder of Qoros, and it will basically be operated as a Chery brand. Model Young is a new line of semi-sporty semi-premium vehicles under Qoros that will be aimed at young car buyers, hence the idiotic name.
Exeed is a new premium brand under Chery Auto. In China it will compete with WEY and Lynk&Co. The TX is their first car. It will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2018, and Chery has plans to bring the Exeed brand to the rest of the world as well, although they didn’t show any timetable yet.
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