Welcome at the first episode of The Weekly Spy, written by Aiden Jing, where we look at the latest spy shots of new Chinese cars.
Starting with the Geely SX11P, the plug-in hybrid variant of the upcoming SX11 SUV. It looks exactly like its petrol brothers, with sharp lines across its frame, signature ripple grill and a weird elevation up its D-pillar.
New photos of the upcoming Skoda Kamiq crossover for China. The Kamiq will have its public debut later this month on the 2018 Beijing Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in June. Interestingly, the Skoda Kamiq has a rather large lip under the bumper.
Just when we thought Zotye has finally decided not to make clones of other carmakers’ handiwork and gradually morph itself into a more original brand, it surprised (no, not really actually) us once again with its Traum Meet 5, which looks far too much like the China-only Mazda CX-4.
The best photos so far of the FAW Senya R9, a new mid-sized SUV for China. The Senya R9 features a giant shiny grille with the biggest FAW logo I have ever seen. The R9 will debut later this month on the Beijing Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in May.
Welcome at the first episode of The Weekly Spy, written by Aiden Jing, where we look at the latest spy shots of new Chinese cars. Starting now with the Hongqi HS5.
The HS5 is derived from the U-concept which debuted last year. While the U-concept car measured 4750/1660/1940mm, the prototype in the pictures seem to be smaller in size. Our guess is that the car will probably be around 4.65m in length and 2.7m long in wheelbase
New photos of the upcoming BYD Qin sedan, one purple blue example was caught during what a photo shoot. The Qin gets the same new BYD family face that we saw on the Song Max MPV and the upcoming Tang SUV. BYD calls it the “Dragon Face”, and we think that is a good name for it.
This is the new Lynk & Co 03 sedan. A blue example was seen in a Geely development facility. It looks pretty much the same as the car we saw earlier, but with a chromed B-pillar, a spoiler-like extension under the doors, and different wheels.
The Beijing Auto BJ40L will soon get a facelift. Earlier on we saw photos of the exterior, and today we have the inside, and Beijing Auto is making a giant jump for the better. Compare with current interior:
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