The very first photos of the interior of the upcoming ORA iQ5, and surprisingly it doesn’t have anything like a big touch screen. There is a digital instrument panel and a small screen in the center stack.
Great Wall Motors adds an EV brand to its lineup
But that wouldn’t be the Chinese way, would it? Nope it would not. The Chinese way is adding a new brand, so that’s just what they did.
More Haval madness! This red lightning is the new Haval H4, as it debuted on the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show. The car on show was the Red Label version, a Blue Label variant will be launched later. The H4 looks nice but very similar any other new Haval.
The new Haval H6 Coupe debuted on the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show. The car on show is the Red Label version, the Blue Label variant will be launched later. It was called the ‘New H6 Coupe’, indicating it is the coupe version of the new H6.
There we go again. This new Haval was seen near the exhibition hall of the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show where it will debut on Friday. It has a red Haval badge so it a Red Label car. At the back it has an H6 badge, but it isn’t an H6. So it is likely a variant of the H6.
Does it ever stop? It seems it won’t. Yesterday we explained in some detail how Haval is launching too many cars in the same price and size range. The reason was the arrival of the Haval H4. Today, one day later, we have news of yet another new Haval.
What do you do when you are a Chinese car maker that already sells too many cars that are far too similar in price in size? So many indeed that customers are totally confused and dealers park them outside on the pavement because they don’t have enough space inside?
Haval has the answer: add more cars. And they are doing just that with the new Haval H4. I will debut later this week in the Guangzhou Auto Show. Naturally, one H4 is not enough. So there are two: the H4 Red Label ad seen above and the H4 Blue label as seen below:
This is the new WEY VV6, a new SUV that will be positioned between the WEY VV5 and the WEY VV7. The VV6 is based on the same platform as the VV5, but it is 12.3 centimeters longer. All the extra length is added behind the C-pillar. Wheelbase didn’t change.
WEY debuted their new XEV electric concept car on the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The XEV previews a future compact sporty crossover.