The new Dongfeng Fengshen A9 has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price starts at 177,900 yuan and ends at 219,700 yuan. The Fengshen A9 is the new flagship of the Dongfeng brand, a full-size sedan based on the PSA EMP2 platform that will also underpin the Citroen C6 and Citroen DS9 sedans.
Earlier this week I went to a Dongfeng dealer in Beijing to have a look at the brand new Dongfeng Fengshen A9, a new full-size sedan based on the PSA EMP2 platform that will also underpin the China-only Citroen C6 and Citroen DS9 sedans. First impressions: it is a huge vehicle with impressive build quality inside and out.
The brand new Dongfeng Fengshen A9 sedan will be launched on the Chinese car market on April 10. Price will start at 179.700 yuan and will end at 229.700 yuan. The Fengshen A9, formerly known as the ‘Number 1‘, is the new flagship of the Dongfeng brand and will compete with cars such as the Hongqi H7, the Roewe 950, and the JAC Refine A60.
New Spy Shots reveal that the Dongfeng Number 1 sedan will be called ‘Dongfeng Fengshen A9’ when it hits the Chinese car market at year’s end. A late name change as usual, only one month ago we saw photos of the production version with the ‘东风1号’ badge on the back. Dongfeng will also bring back the ‘Aeolus’ name. This used to be the official English translation of the Fengshen name, but we haven’t seen it for a long time.
Sensational Spy Shots showing the new Dongfeng Number 1 sedan all naked in China. The final production version of the Number 1 will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show later this week, and launch on the Chinese car market at year’s end.
The Dongfeng Number 1 has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show in China, featuring a shiny grille and impressive headlights. The Number 1 is the largest Dongfeng sedan ever, scheduled for launch on the Chinese car market in H2. The Number 1 debuted as a concept on last year’s Beijing Auto Show.
Dongfeng Motor has unveiled this mighty Dongfeng Number 1 sedan concept, one day before the start of the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The badass Number 1 previews a full-size executive sedan that will be launched on the China car market in 2016.
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