This is the final production version of the Xpeng Identy X electric SUV, looking very tech in white with gray alloys and huge dark gray lights. The Identy X will be launched on the Chinese car market in the first quarter of next year. And Identy is not a spelling error, it is really the name of the car.
The new Haima S5 Young has been launched on the Chinese auto market. As its name implies it is aimed at young car buyers, and not at the old and elderly and not even at the middle aged. Only at the young, all the others got to stay away. This sadly means I will not be able to buy one as I am very old indeed. I so wish Haima would make a car called S5 Old. Others might prefer an S5 Dead.
This is the new Haima S5 Young, and as its name implies it is aimed at young car buyers which means I cannot buy one. Well, happy that Haima is so honest about it. The S5 Young was formerly known as the Haima S3. The name-change happened rather late in its development, we saw it with S3 badges in July last year.
A new electric car has been launched! Kinda. This is the Haima @3, an electric sedan based on the Haima M3. The @3 was “launched” earlier this year but you couldn’t buy one because Haima didn’t put a price on it. They now have. The @3 costs 119.800 yuan including subsidies.
Electric cars do not really need a big grille. Some automakers fit a fake grille because they feel a car needs a grille, no matter what. Other automakers fit an enormous grille because they think that looks techy in Toyota style. One of those automakers in China’s Haima. They will soon launch the new @3, a small electric sedan, with the biggest grille we have seen in ages, and painted in blue.
The compact SUVs just keep coming to the Chinese car market. The latest addition is this Haima S3, with a rather wild design including an interesting light-grille ensemble. Th Haima S3 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch in late Q4.
Spy Shots showing yet another facelift for the good old Haima S7 SUV. It was launched in 2010 and facelifted in 2013 and in 2015. The new-facelifted car will be launched on the Chinese car market in October. The facelift includes a new grille, new lights, new bumpers, and new alloys. And it seems the wheels are going to smaller than ever!
The Haima V70 MPV has been unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show, looking much better in the flesh than on the spy shots. The massively shiny grille works, and the proportions are in order. The headlights are still a bit awkward though and the wheels are far too small.
The M70 has been launched on the Chinese car market immediately; price starts at 79.800 yuan and ends at 129.800 yuan, and that seems to be a good deal for the size of the vehicle.
Haima has released the first official images of the new Haima V70 MPV, sporting a complicated grille, fancy headlights, and a knick-knack in the C-pillar. The V70 will debut on the Beijing Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese market soon thereafter.
New Spy Shots reveal that the vehicle formerly known as the Haima VB00 will be called Haima V70 when it hits the Chinese car market in March. The Haima V70 is a new mid-size MPV looking a tad too much like a Buick GL8 and featuring a strikingly shiny grille.