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2o6 04-25-2012 08:39 PM

Geely Beijing 2012
 
Too many releases (as usual) to be confined to multiple threads.


Englon SC7-RS takes the nice looking taxi concept they showed a little while back, and morphs it into a Mitsuoka esque sedan.

http://img2.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1887745_9.jpg
http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47344/1.html

SX6 takes the same concept and makes a raised SUV. I actually somewhat like this.

http://img4.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1887682_9.jpg

http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47339/1.html

SC7-RV is the same concept being shown once again.

http://img4.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1887587_9.jpg

http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47093/1.html


Gleagle GX5 is a five-door version of the GX concepts shown in the past. I have no clue why I like this so much.

http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47337/1.html
http://img4.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1884966_9.jpg

GC6, an odd looking sedan.

http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47336/1.html

http://img1.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1884899_9.jpg

Emgrand EX6.

http://img2.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1884829_9.jpg
http://img2.bitautoimg.com/autoalbum..._1884853_9.jpg

http://photo.bitauto.com/exhibit/carmore/47335/1.html

DoMiNo 04-25-2012 08:54 PM

I am laughing my ass off at the baby EXP 9 F.

2o6 04-25-2012 08:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DoMiNo (Post 437443)
I am laughing my ass off at the baby EXP 9 F.

I dunno, Geely's original idea was first (and honestly, better looking). The Englon TXN/SC7 came out in 2010.

Analyst 04-25-2012 09:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DoMiNo (Post 437443)
I am laughing my ass off at the baby EXP 9 F.

Geely's TXN was revealed in 2010:

http://i.imgur.com/jRLYK.jpg

http://www.cardesignnews.com/site/ho...e4/item192098/

DoMiNo 04-25-2012 09:21 PM

I didn't mean to imply it was a copy (for once), just that the resemblance (for better or, well, for worse) is striking.

swizzle 04-26-2012 01:00 PM

And this is the company that own Volvo? Alas poor Volvo...

JBlair 04-27-2012 02:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by swizzle (Post 437479)
And this is the company that own Volvo? Alas poor Volvo...

Its still better than 99% of the junk that China's auto industry is producing.

2o6 04-27-2012 03:58 AM

That last little SUV looks quite nice, actually.

swizzle 04-27-2012 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JBlair (Post 437506)
Its still better than 99% of the junk that China's auto industry is producing.

Oh come on! That is utter foolish talk. The majority of what Chinese manufacturers are producing are credible products. Brilliance and SAIC/Nanjing are but two that are producing coherent and competently done vehicles.

mick78 04-27-2012 02:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by swizzle (Post 437530)
Oh come on! That is utter foolish talk. The majority of what Chinese manufacturers are producing are credible products. Brilliance and SAIC/Nanjing are but two that are producing coherent and competently done vehicles.

Define credible product - whilst some look ok on pictrues, many of teh cars we see never even make it into serial production, or a re made in tiny numbers, and many use ancient platforms or old Mitsubishi engines (and Mitsubishi isn't exactly cutting edge); And then I'm nbot yet talking about the copies,, no matter if the whole car is "borrowed" (Chevrole Spark, Fiat Panda, Toyota Corolla) or just the whole design or front/rear end of a car crafted to some random Pickup/sedan.

I would say that only few chinese manufacturers are currnetly producing actually "credible" cars at all, and even those are still in most respects not where Korean cars were 15 years ago. I'm not saying they won't get there (obviously progression rate of Koreans was way ahead of teh Japanese, and we can expect the Chinese will be even quicker), but in that process IMO a huge consolidation will happen, leaving many of these pseudo car makers (just look at production statistics, some make a few 100 cars a yera, mostly in manual labour) out of business, and let a handfull survive.


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