Aiways is a new EV brand from China. The ION U5 is their first production car; a nice looking mid-size crossover. It debuted last year as a semi-concept, and the production car looks largely the same.
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Accidents are called ‘accidents’ for a reason. They are one of life’s harshest realities we have to face: they are a dangerous mix of unexpected and inevitable. It does not matter if we drive at 30 mph or 90 mph, car accidents can happen to us due to many unforeseeable circumstances.
There’s not much to fashion when it comes to race car drivers. Race car drivers can never neglect to wear their racing suits with all the protective gear while driving. The only way that they can express their sense of fashion is through their wristwatches. The task is to select a watch that is fashionable, but more importantly serves as a perfect accessory that aids in their driving.
At month’s end I will return to the Netherlands after 15 great years in China. I will stop updating CarNewsChina.com, this is my very last article. I started this website back in 2010, and it has been a fantastic time. I met many fine people, traveled all over the country, and was doing what I loved most.
This hot Japanse schoolgirl is a holographic assistant in the new Bestune T77, a mid-size SUV from China. It is not a Photoshop, this thing is for real. The “holographic intelligent control system” comes with three characters, and five sets of clothes for each.
At a time when every other new car from China is an EV, it is good to see that some car makers are staying the V8 course. The above SUV is a Toyota Land Cruiser clone, with a big fat 4.6 liter V8 under the bonnet.
Baojun has released images of their upcoming large SUV, and it looks fantastic. The car is code named CN210S. The real name will be unveiled when the SUV debuts in December on the Guangzhou Auto Show.
This is the very first picture of the new Mercedes-Benz GLC L, the long wheelbase variant of the GLC SUV. Wheelbase will be extended by 10 centimeters, all the extra space goes to the passengers in the back.
This is the new BYD Qin Pro, one of China’s prettiest sedans ever. It will launch on the Chinese car market on September 20. Sadly however BYD appears to be very uncertain about the future; the Qin Pro will be offered in a triple: petrol, EV, and PHEV. Come on BYD, make up your mind!