The Landwind X7 is the infamous Chinese Range Rover Evoque clone. However, a it will be a little less Evoque soon. Landwind has just released the first official images of the facelifted X7, showing a new front that is visually further away from the Range Rover. Other changes include: a new hood, new front fenders, new bumpers, new roof rails, new taillights, and new exhaust pipe tips. Compare with…
The new JMC Tiger pickup truck has been launched in China. The Tiger gets the new ‘Storm Trooper’ front, just like every other new JMC. Pretty or not, it is certainly special. The Tiger is just under 5 meters long, it is only available as a double-cab with five seats.
New photos of the upcoming Landwind Xiaoyao, probably the best looking Landwind so far. There are some Mercedes and Infiniti influences visible but certainly not too much. The Xiaoyao will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in late August and hit the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
This is the production version of the Landwind Xiaoyao, a surprisingly stylish car for the Landwind brand. The Xiaoyao is a trendy crossover SUV with a coupe-like low roof, altogether looking sharp, and more importantly; original. Unlike the Landwind SR7.
The Landwind X2 has been launched on the Chinese car market. The Landwind X2 is a small SUV that looks a tad too much like a Hyundai, bit otherwise not too bad. It comes with shiny bits in the grille/bumper, small but sporty wheels, and usable roof rails.
The Landwind X7, the famous Range Rover Evoque clone, gets a facelift and a new 1.5 turbo engine. The facelift includes new front lights, a new grille, a new front bumper, and an entirely new rear. The facelifted Landwind X7 will hit the Chinese car market in the next quarter.
This little pretty is the new JMC Teshun, a van with a Storm Trooper face, looking very dangerous with those mean eyes and a black mouth. It is not some kind of fuzzy wuzzy concept. It is real and has just been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 99.800 yuan and ends at 139.200 yuan.
It has the Range Rover name on the bonnet, a Range Rover grille, a Land Rover badge, and it looks like a Range Rover Evoque. But it isn’t. This instead is a Landwind X7, a clone of the Evoque, fitted with fake badges and painted in a classy light gold.