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Showing posts with label Auto Shanghai. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Auto Shanghai. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

The Chinese Are Building A Supercar In Ferrari's Backyard


China is the world’s biggest auto market, so it was just a matter of time when they’ll get into the supercar game. Well, that time is now, and the first entrant is from First Automobile Works or FAW with their 2024 Silk-FAW Hongqi S9. And in a surprising plot twist, they’re building it in Ferrari’s backyard.

Friday, April 30, 2021

Chery Shows Off 257 Horsepower Engine, 11-Speed Gearbox At Auto Shanghai


Highlighting their investment in technology, Chery Auto used the Auto Shanghai to showcase its new brand positioning that aims to make them a leader in smart and green mobility.

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Will You Ride Geely's Flying Taxi?


Will you ride a flying electric taxi? That may soon be a reality in China thanks to Geely and the Volocopter 2X.

The A6 e-tron Is The Future of Audi's "E-volution"


Audi forges ahead with its “e-volution” towards electric mobility as it showed the four-door Audi A6 e-tron concept.

Friday, April 23, 2021

Carmakers Should Preach Service Not Toys


Whether it is because they are an EV pioneer, or because there is some mythos surrounding its CEO, Elon Musk, Tesla has garnered an almost cult-like following. This almost blind loyalty to Tesla has generated a term, Tesla Stan. It is the automotive equivalent of the internet’s favorite meme, Florida Man, or closer to home, it is Joeven Yacub and his love for anything Honda.

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Will You Trade Your Ranger Raptor For The Great Wall Poer Baja Snake?


When they’re not busy ripping off the Volkswagen Beetle, Great Wall can also be found building some rather interesting trucks. Case in point is this—the Great Wall Poer Baja Snake.

Mitsubishi Revives Airtrek Name For All-Electric SUV


Mitsubishi is bringing back the Airtrek name, but this time, it’ll be used for an all-new electric SUV.

MG Will Let You Decide If You Want Them To Build The Cyberster Sportscar


When MG showed off the Cyberster at Auto Shanghai, most thought that this sportscar concept was nothing more than a design study; after all, they did mention once before that they considered the segment too niche.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

The 2022 Maserati Levante Hybrid Offers Electrifying Performance


After electrifying its Ghibli luxury sedan, Maserati has now electrified its SUV, the Levante as well. The Levante Hybrid made its global debut at Auto Shanghai, and is revealed to be every bit as high-performance as its Trident badge suggests.

Mazda Reveals Second All-Electric Model: the 2022 CX-30 EV


In the electrification game, Mazda was caught on the back foot, relying instead on their “well-to-wheel” approach. However, as policy makers around the world opted to curb tailpipe emissions instead of looking at the bigger picture, Mazda found itself playing catch up as other brands came up with their own electric vehicle offerings.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

What The Punk? Will You Drive This Beetle Cloned Named The ORA Punk Cat?


Remember Great Wall’s Volkswagen Beetle clone? Well, it’s finally got a name: meet the 2022 Ora Punk Cat. Yeah, Punk Cat. Let that sink in for a second.

Ford Gets Into The Touchscreen Wars With The 2022 EVOS


Hey Ford Philippines, we’d forgive you for the Territory if you’d throw us a bone, and offer this gorgeous 2022 Ford Evos for the local market.

Monday, April 19, 2021

The 2022 Seres SF95 is Huawei's P 1.6M Car


Huawei is trying a different approach with its first vehicle—the 2022 Seres SF95. In an atypical move, it won’t be sold at traditional car dealerships, but it’ll be made available at the brand’s flagship stores alongside its mobile phones and smart devices. The cost? It starts at a cool RMB 216,800 or P 1.608 million.

Geely's Flagship SUV Has 238 Horsepower And Offers Unmanned Automated Valet


Geely Auto is confirming that its new CMA-based SUV is heading to global markets. Known internally as the KX11, it has since taken on the name Xingyue L for the Chinese market (it goes on sale there in the coming weeks). It serves as their new flagship SUV offering the best that Geely has to offer.

Confirmed: Global 2022 Nissan X-Trail Gets Turbocharged Power


After being shown to the North American market as the Rogue last year, Nissan has finally pulled the covers off its global market sibling—the all-new 2022 Nissan X-Trail. In doing so, they are confirming one big thing: turbocharged power.

Meet the Next Toyota-Subaru Joint Product


The “Toyobaru” relationship is going to get deeper. After launching the sister sportscars—the Toyota GR 86 and the Subaru BRZ, the two Japanese carmakers have now unveiled their latest collaboration: a new compact SUV which was just shown in “concept” form at the Auto Shanghai.

Friday, April 16, 2021

GM Might Produce This Kei Car-Inspired EV Roadster


Wuling, General Motor’s joint-venture Chinese brand with SAIC Motor produced once heck of a hit with the Hongguan Mini EV. At around P 212,000, it’s the cheapest global EV you can buy. Now, in time for the Auto Shanghai, they’re branching out by offering a drop-top version.

Saturday, April 10, 2021

The MG Cyberster Could Go Against the Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ


Just days after revealing design renderings, MG released the first official photos of its Cyberster concept, which will be making its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show later this month.

Friday, April 2, 2021

Is MG Going to Build a Sportscar to Rival the Mazda MX-5?


The MG brand has made a comeback with crossovers and SUVs such as the MG ZS, but historically, they are known for two-seat sportscars such as the MGB. It’s a history they’re about to re-explore with their newest concept car: the MG Cyberster.

Monday, April 29, 2019

Would You Have Preferred the Kia Forte or the Chinese Market Kia K3?


Kia Philippines sprung a surprise at the Manila International Auto Show by reviving the Forte compact sedan for the local market, including the introduction of a high-performance variant, the Forte GT. But what if, just what if, they decided to look to China like they did the Soluto? We’d be getting the all-new Kia K3 instead.