This striking little machine is the Red Space, an electric city car concept launched on the L.A. Auto Show. It was designed by none other than the infamous Chris Bangle. The Red Space will be manufactured in China by the China Hi-Tech Group (CHTC), a state-owned conglomerate involved in car making, car trading, chemicals, textiles, and machinery.
Hengtian Auto is working on a new SUV called Yueli. It is a huge machine, combining design elements of the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Land cruiser Prado. The grille is impressive. The vehicle seems to be about five meters long.
Spy shots showing the new Hengtian Auto Huanteng H1 SUV all-naked in China, with an interesting front that neatly combines elements of the Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Tiguan. The Huanteng H1 will be launched on the China car market before the end of this year, price will start around 80.000 yuan.
The very first spy shots of the Hengtian Auto Huanteng H1 SUV testing in China. It will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and launched on the China car market just before the end of this year, and that is earlier than expected. Price will start around 80.000 yuan.
Hengtian Auto has applied for patent on a new Huanteng H1 mini-SUV. The Huanteng (meaning ‘Jubilant’) H1 will be launched on the China car market sometime next year, price will start around 80.000 yuan.
The new Hengtian Auto T3 pickup truck has been launched on the China car market, price starts at 69.800 yuan and ends at 83.800 yuan. The T3, which looks a bit too much like a Volkswagen Tiguan up front, is the biggest and most luxurious Hengtian-branded vehicle to far, it will be positioned above the Hengtian T1 and T2.
The Hengtian T3 is the third pickup we see representing a new trend of of small sporty pickup trucks aimed more at the passenger car market than at farmers.
This is the new Hengtian Auto T3 pickup truck. It will be launched on the Chinese auto market in the first quarter of next year, priced around 90.000 yuan. When the first spy shots of the T3 appeared in June Hengtian was criticized by Chinese media because the T3 looked a bit too much like the Volkswagen Amarok. We agreed at the time, but the production version doesn’t look like a copy that bad.
It is refreshing to see a Chinese car company copying a German pickup truck instead of yet another shoddy American product. This is the Hengtian T3, an almost 100% perfect copy of the Volkswagen Amarok, which in actually and only made in Argentina.
The Hengtian T3 will slot above the existing Hengtian T1 (Chevy!) and Hengtian T2, the T3 will hit the Chinese car market later this year, priced around 70.000 yuan or 11.000 USD. The Amarok is currently not available in China, but that might change, and costs around 35.000 dollar in the US.
Hengtian Automotive has listed to new pickup trucks on the Chinese car market, the basic T1 and the slightly less basic T2. Price starts at 65.800 yuan and ends at 79.800 yuan. Hengtian is a subsidiary of CHTC Auto that was in the news last month because Dutch media reported it wanted to buy the NedCar factory in the Netherlands.