The Geely Emgrand GSe has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price, after subsidies, starts at 119.800 and ends at 145.800 yuan. The Emgramd GSe is a full electric variant of the Emgrand GS crossover.
The Weltmeister EX5 has been launched on the Chinese car market. The EX5 is a new mid-size full electric SUV. Price, including clean-car subsidies, starts at 149.000 yuan and ends at 216.300 yuan.
The company doesn’t have dealers yet. Buyers can only order the EX5 directly from the factory. Nice. But what about service..? They say they will open ‘brand experience centers’ but when and where is unclear.
The new Jeep Grand Commander has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 279.800 yuan and ends at 409.800 yuan ($44.600 – 65,000). The Grand Commander is a seven-seat SUV that will only be marketed in China, where there is a lot of demand for seven seat cars.
The Changhe Q7 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 87.900 yuan and ends at 148.900 yuan. The Change Q7, not to be confused with the Audi Q7, is a new mid-size SUV with a big grille, black pillars, and a seemingly thick roof.
The new Baojun 530 has been launched on the Chinese car market, looking distinctive with these laser sharp lights. Price starts at 75,800 yuan and ends at 115,800. The 530 is the new flagship of the Baojun SUV range.
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