This is the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom, leaked in China from what appears to be an online configurator. The photos show the front, side, and dashboard of Rolls-Royce’s new flagship. The car on the images is the top-spec Phantom Extended Wheelbase (EWB).
News from Haval: they are going to launch a new SUV. That indeed is actually not news. It would be news if they were not going to launch an SUV. The latest in the endless series is this Haval M6, formerly known as the Haval H6.
Geely is working on a new line of SUVs. One will have a normal SUV body and the other one a trendy SUV coupe shape. The latter was seen hanging around on a construction site, which apparently is a good place to test cars.
This is the new Qoros Young, a compact SUV shamelessly aimed at young car buyers. So if you are old; dealers might as well refuse to sell one to you. The ridiculous name brings the poor selling Israeli-Chinese Qoros brand in the good company of Haima. The Model Young will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in Late August and launch on the Chinese auto market in Q4.
Yema as applied for patent on the design of a new pickup truck, and the images promptly leaked from China’s famously leaky patent bureau. The yet nameless vehicle looks nice, with a front similar to the Yema T70 SUV and a trendy crease over the side of the bed.
BYD has applied for patent on the design of the new Tang SUV, and the images promptly leaked from China’s famously leaky patent bureau. The new BYD Tang will debut as a semi-concept late this year, with a launch of the production version in April 2018.
The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom has been spied in China, revealing the interior and the dashboard. The rear bench is positioned very high so passengers can look out over the front row, checking where James is taking them. There are umbrellas in the rear doors again.
The very first Spy Shots of the upcoming Brilliance V6 SUV. It looks pretty much ready and is set to launch on the Chinese car market in Q3. It will be positioned between the existing V5 SUV and the also-upcoming V7 SUV. Brilliance indeed is on the SUV warpath. They have discontinued all their sedans and hatchbacks. From now on SUVs are all the Brilliance you can get.
Spy Shots showing the upcoming Jaguar XEL testing in China. The XEL is the long-wheelbase variant of the Jaguar XE sedan. Wheelbase will be extended by 12 centimeters for more space in the back. The XEL will be manufactured locally at the Chery-JLR joint venture.
A new photo at a Citroen factory in China shows a line of four Citroen C5 Aircross SUVs, indicating it is almost ready for the Chinese auto market. The C5 Aircross debuted last month in Shanghai and will launch next month. Price will start at 157.800 yuan and and at 223.800.