This red monster is the new Dongfeng Warrior M50, the first civilian variant of Dongfeng’s long-running Warrior (Mengshi) series. On the first photo happy workers waving Dongfeng flags while the first production M50 runs festively off the line in a Dongfeng factory.
Last year we had spy shots of a new Roewe W5 Open Police Patrol Car, based on the Roewe W5 SUV. Happily, it is in production now, and they are selling to police corps all over the country. Above the new fleet for police in the city of Fuzhou in Fujian Province.
Farmer Li Guojun had a dream; he wanted to have his own tank. So he built one at home, and the result is impressive. Li lives in s small farming village called Kangping, located outside the great city of Shenyang in Liaoning Province. Li started dreaming tank about a year ago, and when the dreams kept coming back he decided to act.
A pristine Beijing BJ212 T75 -105, Spotted in China in the Beijing Classic Car Museum. The T75-105 was a military vehicle based on the Beijing BJ212. The BJ212 T75-105 was manufactured by Beijing Auto Works, a subsidiary of the Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC).
A badass Beijing Auto BJ2022 ‘Brave Warrior’, seen on the premises of the Beijing Classic Car Museum in Huairou District to the far north of the capital. This particular BJ2022 is a military-spec two-door variant, a very rare vehicle to see in a civilian setting. Note red Dongfanghong 28 tractor in the background on the left.
This is the brand new Beijing Auto B80, seen here all-naked in China for the very first time. On pics the military version. Note license plate: 军用, jun yong, ‘military use’. Beijing Auto is also working on a civilian version. On the left the larger Beijing Auto BJ2022, another military vehicle that debuted in 2010.
A Type 05 self propelled howitzer, seen casually mixing with traffic in the great city of Suzhou in Jiangsu Province. The Type 05 is the largest mobile land-based weapon of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). Its giant 155mm gun fires 10 rounds per minute over a distance of 50 kilometer. The Type 05 joined the PLA in 2007, at least 200 units are in service. Most are deployed in China’s north east, facing the Chinese-Russian border.
China is developing a high-tech attack helicopter. The unmanned Jueying-8 will have a top speed of 400 kilometer per hour. A model of the helicopter was shown on the China Helicopter Exhibition in Tianjin. First flight of the real thing is scheduled for late 2014.
Tollways are expensive in China, with drivers having to pay up to 100 yuan per 500 kilometer, which is enough to destroy margins for many a small transport company. Vehicles belonging to the Chinese army however, don’t need to pay a cent. A truck driver from the great city of Chunzhou in Anhui Province this came with a novel solution.
Most parents like to teach their children about love & peace, because war and ain’t cool for a fragile children’s brain. In China however, some parents believe the babies need some military education as well, just in case, with those Japanese and Americans sending boats into the China seas. Danger is awaiting! Smart Chinese toy factories have detected the new trend and started production of some beautiful stuff.
On pic the QX-7466, and electric powered chariot for children aged 3 to 6. Painted in camouflage, standing on off-road tires, equipped with multiple floodlights, and armed by two heavy guns and a rocket launcher. War was never such an easy win!