Landwind Xiaoyao is a new compact SUV for China
The Lynk & Co 01 SUV has finally been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 158.800 and ends at 202.800 yuan ($24.035 – 30.640). On top of that comes a Limited Edition launch edition for 220.800 yuan. The spicy red car on the photos is the top-spec ‘Pro’.
But can you really get a 01? Well… No.
The brand new 2018 Aston Martin Vantage has been launched on the Chinese car market, showing off its already controversial grille, accentuated here by a yellow line. Only one model is available here, simply called the Vantage 4.0 T. Price is 1.99 million yuan and that translates to a steep $300.000.
This big blue beauty is the Dongfeng Fengxing S560, a new mid-size SUV for China. Fenggxing is one of the many brands under Dongfeng Motors throwing new SUVs to the market as if they were candy bars. More, more, more! And in case you wonder how many other new cars Fengxing will launch from now until 2020: seven, including three more SUVs and two crossovers.
The new Beijing Auto Senova D50 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 67.900 yuan and ends at 96.900 yuan. The new Senova D50 arrives with a totally new design compared to the outgoing car:
This little blue beauty is the new Wuling Hongguang S3, a small SUV for China. It is the first SUV under the Wuling brand, aimed at the low end of the market. Price starts at 59,800 yuan and ends at 84,800 yuan ($9012 – 12,778).
This is the all new Arcfox Lite, one of the most significant electric cars to hit the Chinese car market this year. Because: 1) it is not based on a petrol powered car, like 99% of all the other Chinese EVs. 2) It is positioned as a ‘premium mini EV’, stepping away from the cheap-ass EVs that all the other car makers make.
The new MG6 has been launched on the Chinese car market. It is a beautiful car, modern and sporty but still classy. It is also a fastback, and fastbacks are cool.
General Motors has launched the Buick Excelle GX in China, a good looking compact wagon with a lot of style, and one could even call it cool. Wagons in general are cool again in China. There are fanatic wagon clubs, wagon-dedicated websites, and most importantly: wagons are popular among youngsters who consider themselves to be cool, and that is a hot market.