Hongqi is an iconic brand best known for its large state limousines for politicians and wealthy business people. When the first Hongqi L5 sedan debuted in 2014, it was the most expensive Chinese car. The price was 5 million yuan ( $760 000). Hongqi is also one of the oldest Chinese automakers and is connected with the country more than others. The Hongqi in English means Red Flag, and the brand is perceived almost as patriotic. Also, the automaker claimed the Hongqi characters on the 2014 L5 rear are in Mao’s handwriting.
The Hongqi H9+ is a new stretched limousine based on the Hongqi H9 sedan. It comes in various duel-tone color schemes and with a very luxurious and arty farty interior. The H9+ will hit the Chinese car market soon, and Hongqi has also developed a variant for the government.
China’s iconic Hongqi brand is best known abroad for their ultra large state limousines. But in China, Hongqi is reinventing itself as a luxury EV brand. Partially, that is, for the company still launches new gasoline slurpers too.
Their latest new car is another EV, with the catchy name E-QM5. It rolls of the tongue so smoothly, does it not..? Hongqi The E-QM5 sure is a daring looking machine. It sits low to the ground, with swooping lines and a long wheelbase. The traditional Hongqi grille has been interpreted nicely for 2021, and the lights are brilliant.
In China, the government’s term “New Energy Vehicle” covers three categories: electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in electric vehicles (PHEVs) and Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). Cars in these categories are eligible for the various government subsidies and perks. China’s efforts considering EVs and PHEVs are by now familiar, but at the same time there is a less visible but very real FCEV endeavor going on as well.
The Hongqi N501 has finally been unveiled. Not in China, but in Africa, where it was used by President Xi Jinping during his visit to Rwanda. However, when visiting other countries on his Africa tour Mr. Xi made use of various other cars, including a BMW 7-Series and a Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman. The N501 it seems, was only used in Rwanda.
The best Spy Shots so far of the upcoming Hongqi HS7, the second SUV for China’s iconic Hongqi brand after the Hongqi E-HS3. The new SUV looks near-ready. Just paint the grille shiny silver and fir the right lights, and you are basically done.
Amazing images of a new Hongqi sedan so far known by its N501 code name. The N501 hasn’t been officially launched, it wasn’t on the Beijing Auto Show, and it isn’t on Hongqi’s website. So what it is exactly?
Last month we reported about a Hongqi event where they showed images of a new concept car but not the concept car. Chinese media mocked the iconic Hongqi brand for this stupidity. But that all ends today because Hongqi suddenly organized another event and… rolled out the concept car.
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