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PostHeaderIcon Lynk & Co 01

Lynk & Co is a Chinese mobility company owned by Geely (the same parent company to Volvo), and the simply named 01 is its first production vehicle. It’s a high-riding crossover that shares its platform and drivetrain with the Volvo XC40 – they both use the Swedish manufacturer’s modular CMA chassis architecture.

The 01 has been on sale in China for over a year now, and the company’s initial plan was to start selling it in Europe as of next year. But European automotive journos have had a chance to drive the 01 in production form, and first impressions were very positive.

It looks interesting and distinctive in person, according to first impressions from those who’ve driven it, and the level of fit and finish quality is also high. The driving experience is also rated as good, showing its link to the excellent XC40.

Its designer is actually the same person who penned some of the newest Volvo models, Peter Horbury, and his team. The 01 is definitely a bit strange to behold for European and American tastes, but still familiar enough to not be considered ugly. In other words, its design is much more in tune with Chinese tastes in automotive design, than it is with what Europeans or Americans want, but we wouldn’t call it ugly.

However, the really unique part of the Lynk & Co proposal is the subscription-based way you will be able to get behind the wheel. They will not sell you the car, but instead, present you with a choice of cars in different specs that’ll you’ll subscribe to from month to month. According to the company, this is said to eliminate the stress associated with car ownership (maintenance, servicing and insurance) all of which will be taken care of by Lynk & Co.

The system is currently being tested in China, and if it proves successful, it will be adopted once Lynk & Co hits Europe. You will be able to buy one outright, but the company expects that 70 percent of its customers will opt for the subscription, arguing that people will appreciate the flexibility of being able to return the car at the end of the month, instead of when a conventional lease is concluded.

The plan is to introduce it in Europe in 2019, but there are no guarantees that they will be able to stick to it.

PostHeaderIcon Skoda Kodiaq GT

Skoda recently launched the Kodiaq GT and announced that it is destined to serve as the automaker’s flagship product on the Chinese market. With a “GT” badge, one would assume that the Kodiaq GT would be about extreme performance but, in its best form, it pumps out just 217 horsepower. It does feature some enhancements inside, though, so at least it has that going for it. All four Skoda products currently offered in China are SUVs – the Kamiq, Karoq, Kodiaq, and Kodiaq GT.

PostHeaderIcon Here are Offical Shots of the China-Only Kodiaq GT and Leaked Images of its Interior

Skoda unveiled the Kodiaq GT, a mid-size crossover SUV with sportier styling that will only be available in China. The 7-speed DSG gearbox will be standard and, judging by the leaked interior shots, Skoda is targeting a wealthier clientele with this new model.

Czech automaker Skoda, part of the VAG Group, has been on a roll lately. They barely took the wraps off the menacing Kodiaq vRS that claims to be the fastest ever seven-seater SUV to lap the Nurburgring-Nordschleife. Now, they’re back with a new model, the Kodiaq GT, Skoda’s first Coupe SUV.

It features the same sloped rear window like the ’creator’ of this niche, BMW’s X6, but, unlike the Bimmer, you won’t be able to get it unless you live in China.

Keep reading to find out if it’s worth it to move to China for this Skoda

PostHeaderIcon Here are Offical Shots of the China-Only Kodiaq GT and Leaked Images of its Interior

Skoda unveiled the Kodiaq GT, a mid-size crossover SUV with sportier styling that will only be available in China. The 7-speed DSG gearbox will be standard and, judging by the leaked interior shots, Skoda is targeting a wealthier clientele with this new model.

Czech automaker Skoda, part of the VAG Group, has been on a roll lately. They barely took the wraps off the menacing Kodiaq vRS that claims to be the fastest ever seven-seater SUV to lap the Nurburgring-Nordschleife. Now, they’re back with a new model, the Kodiaq GT, Skoda’s first Coupe SUV.

It features the same sloped rear window like the ’creator’ of this niche, BMW’s X6, but, unlike the Bimmer, you won’t be able to get it unless you live in China.

Keep reading to find out if it’s worth it to move to China for this Skoda

PostHeaderIcon This Teaser for the Chinese-Only Skoda Kodiaq GT Makes us Jealous

Skoda is on a roll with launches and announcements these days, especially vehicles with raised stances. This time, the Czech automaker has released the first teaser images of the Kodiaq GT. Oh yes, it gets the GT moniker. The Kodiaq GT is like the super-sexy, alter-ego version of the Kodiaq, but there’s a catch; the SUV is exclusive to China only.

PostHeaderIcon This Teaser for the Chinese-Only Skoda Kodiaq GT Makes us Jealous

Skoda is on a roll with launches and announcements these days, especially vehicles with raised stances. This time, the Czech automaker has released the first teaser images of the Kodiaq GT. Oh yes, it gets the GT moniker. The Kodiaq GT is like the super-sexy, alter-ego version of the Kodiaq, but there’s a catch; the SUV is exclusive to China only.

PostHeaderIcon GAC Motors Reveals the 2019 GAC GS5 at the Paris Motor Show

GAC Motors has pulled the covers off of the GS5 SUV at the Paris Motor Show, signaling the Chinese automaker’s intent to become a major player in the European SUV market. The GS5 is the ninth model to come out of the GAC, which is only celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. The relatively young automaker is banking on the GS5 to help establish the brand in a market that hasn’t been kind to Chinese auto brands in the past. There’s no timetable for the GS5’s launch in the European market, nor has GAC announced pricing for the SUV.

PostHeaderIcon Video: Jay Leno Drives a 1978 Hongqi CA770

Jay Leno gets to drive some pretty unusual cars, and this massive Chinese limo is definitely up there with the strangest ones. It’s a 1978 Hongqi CA770, definitely a very intriguing car for any westerner primarily because very few are left, and most of the ones that did remain in Asia – chances are you’ll never see one outside of a museum.

PostHeaderIcon We’re Pretty Sure BMW Will Have a Problem with this “Mini” Knockoff

Chinese firms have never shied away from replicating some of the most loved and respected cars ever to have graced our world. From the Bimmers to the Range Rovers, to the Audis, there is no upmarket car that has not been knocked off. No, these are not mods which you can put in ‘weird car’ section, laugh for a minute, and then forget about. Some of these rip-offs are manufactured by big-shot automakers, and the resemblance is so uncanny, that you wouldn’t even touch it with a ten-foot pole.

PostHeaderIcon Discover What The Potentially Awesome Lynk & Co Car Subscription Service Is All About

Starting a car company is like trying to reinvent the wheel. In other words, it’s almost impossible. It all comes down to offering something no one has offered before and making a marketing campaign so massive it would leave Coca-Cola PRs impressed. Pagani survived thanks to its exceptionally expensive and detailed cars, Tesla offered the first appealing electric cars, while Rimac is still fighting its way in the world of cars without actually producing any (except for some hypercars).

Rimac is developing tech, and things could stay at that. However, we have a newcomer to the world of cars. It is from China and in its first three years among the living it is doing well. At least considering what we can see on the surface.

Lynk & Co was launched as a new company by Zhejiang Geely Holding in 2015. These people own Volvo and are actually sharing Volvo technology with all the cars produced under the Lynk & Co name. While this is a formidable alliance, it is not in itself the most important fact about Lynk & Co. As reported right at the get-go, Lynk & Co cars will be the most connected cars on earth, and they will all offer a special subscription service that releases its users from any hurdles of car ownership.

In essence, like TopGear and many others have reported – Lynk & Co is the Netflix of cars. You subscribe to it via monthly payments and choose a car of your liking. You do not buy, own, maintain, insure, register or take care of anything except for driving. Lynk & Co will do it all for you.

PostHeaderIcon 5 Chinese cars you (probably) wouldn’t mind owning

Brace yourself for the wind of change straight from the People’s Republic

After World War II, Japan started making and exporting cars, and people laughed at the prospect. The market eventually realized Japanese-made cars were by no means a laughing matter, though, and their popularity soared to the detriment of locally-manufactured motors.

Next came South Korea. While a few decades behind the Japanese automotive industry at first, it has since caught up and reduced the handicap considerably. The story repeated itself for Korean cars too – in the 1980s and 1990s, they were often ridiculed, and nobody took them seriously, yet they are making cars that are just about on par with what Japan, Europe, and the U.S. are making.

So now that Japan and Korea have established themselves firmly on the global automotive scene, is it time for a new player to step in and shake things up a bit? China seems like the perfect candidate, as most of its domestically designed and manufactured cars are currently being made fun of, people calling them copycat efforts, unsafe, and lacking in technology.

But that perception is slowly changing, and there’s no reason why the Chinese automotive industry won’t match the best the world has to offer within the next decade; they’re already pretty close now with several models which, even as a car savvy American or European, you’d genuinely not mind owning. And, let’s not forget Chinese automakers are, as you are reading this, plotting their entry into the U.S. market. Trumpchi is one such automaker that has clearly announced its ambitions to start selling cars Stateside as early as 2019, albeit under a different brand name that was created specifically for that purpose.

Here are five current Chinese cars you’d (probably) not mind owning.

PostHeaderIcon Audi Q5 L

Audi first began production of the compact Q5 luxury crossover in 2008, with the latest second-generation model dropping in 2016 at the Paris Motor Show. Now, there’s a new long-wheelbase iteration, which just debuted at the 2018 Beijing Motor Show to offer Chinese buyers enhanced cabin space and more comfort.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2019 Audi Q5 L.

PostHeaderIcon Audi Q5 L

Audi first began production of the compact Q5 luxury crossover in 2008, with the latest second-generation model dropping in 2016 at the Paris Motor Show. Now, there’s a new long-wheelbase iteration, which just debuted at the 2018 Beijing Motor Show to offer Chinese buyers enhanced cabin space and more comfort.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2019 Audi Q5 L.

PostHeaderIcon The Skoda Kamiq Is a Cool Crossover You Can’t Buy

Much like any mainstream automaker out there, Skoda also jumped on the SUV bandwagon, launching two crossovers over the last two years. Following the introduction of the midsize Kodiaq in 2016, Skoda unveiled the compact Karoq in 2017. Come 2018, and the Czech automaker is adding a third crossover to the lineup. It’s called the Kamiq, it was unveiled in China, and you won’t be able to buy it unless you move to the Asian country.

PostHeaderIcon The Skoda Kamiq Is a Cool Crossover You Can’t Buy

Much like any mainstream automaker out there, Skoda also jumped on the SUV bandwagon, launching two crossovers over the last two years. Following the introduction of the midsize Kodiaq in 2016, Skoda unveiled the compact Karoq in 2017. Come 2018, and the Czech automaker is adding a third crossover to the lineup. It’s called the Kamiq, it was unveiled in China, and you won’t be able to buy it unless you move to the Asian country.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz A-Class L Sedan

Unveiled as a concept car at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show, the sedan version of the A-Class unveiled itself to the world in production form at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show. As expected, the A-Class Sedan is pretty much a shrunken CLA, boasting a coupe-style roof and a short deck lid. Shown here is the longer wheelbase version developed specifically for the Chinese market.

Set to go on sale in the second half of 2018, the A-Class L sedan is produced at produced at Beijing Benz Automotive (BBAC), a joint venture between Daimler and BAIC Motor. While the A-Class L won’t be sold outside China, a regular wheelbase model will follow in the second half of the year to take on the Audi A3 Sedan in Europe and the United States. And AMG variant is also likely, but until that happens, let’s find out what sets the A-Class Sedan apart from its hatchback sibling.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-Benz A-Class L Sedan.

PostHeaderIcon Lynk & Co Pulls the Sheets Off of the 02 Premium Crossover

Lynk & Co. is making another statement with the launch of its latest vehicle, the eponymously named 02 crossover. Unveiled in Amsterdam, the 02 — it’s pronounced as “zero-two” — is the latest creation from the off-the-cuff sub-brand that Chinese automaker Geely created in 2016. Despite its name, the 02 is actually the third model to come out of Lynk & Co., following in the footsteps already laid by the 01 SUV and the 03 saloon. The compact crossover is expected to spearhead the automaker’s plan to ingratiate itself to a younger market that embraces a “shareable and ultra-connected” lifestyle with plans to offer the model online or through a subscription service.

PostHeaderIcon GAC Could Make its U.S. Launch Via FCA Dealerships

For those who were surprised to see GAC Motors at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show, don’t be. The Chinese automaker has made plans to enter the U.S. market known. Now it looks like it may have found a door to enter, one that’s being opened by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. A report from The New York Times revealed that the automakers are in discussions on a partnership that will allow FCA dealerships to sell GAC models in the US as early as 2019.


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“Part of that goal is already underway as GAC is lining up a development center in Michigan and a design center in Los Angeles”

GAC president Yu Juan made no bones about his desire to bring GAC to the U.S. In his mind, America is the barometer that will determine whether GAC can become the global auto brand it aspires to become. “We intend to gain a foothold in the U.S.,” he said in a news conference. “If we can make it in the U.S., we can make it anywhere and enhance further possibilities of future growth.”

Part of that goal is already underway as GAC is lining up a development center in Michigan and a design center in Los Angeles. The two offices could open as early as the first half of this year, joining the tech lab the company opened in Silicon Valley last year. But more than just opening centers in these American cities, GAC’s ultimate goal is to establish a partnership with a North American sales company that can help develop its dealership network. That’s where FCA comes into the picture.

The two automakers already a enjoy a close business relationship — GAC manufacturers Jeep models for the Chinese market — so a new layer to that relationship isn’t out of the cards. Even FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne expressed a willingness to help GAC gain a foothold in the U.S. market. “We are talking to them about how and if we can help if they come to the U.S.,” Marchionne said in his own news conference in Detroit.


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“Should FCA and GAC come to an understanding, expect both parties to benefit from the deal”

It’s worth noting, too, that part of that willingness on FCA’s part stems from a need to bolster its own dealership network, which has been plagued by a lack of model diversity. Dodge and Chrysler, for example, no longer offer small or mid-sized cars. Go to Chrysler’s website, and you’ll see that the once proud automaker only has two models in its portfolio, the 300 full-sized sedan and the Pacifica minivan. That’s it. Dodge isn’t doing better, either. Outside of niche performance cars like the Charger and the Challenger, Dodge only has the Durango, Journey, and Grand Caravan in its offering. The lack of diversity has already taken its toll on FCA dealerships, a lot of whom have become desperate for some variety in their offerings. Having GAC models in these dealerships should help quell those concerns. Sure, the Chinese automaker’s first offering is another SUV, the GS8, but the company is already planning to develop two additional models, one of which could be a small or mid-sized vehicle.

Should FCA and GAC come to an understanding, expect both parties to benefit from the deal. The partnership could even stretch into co-developing future technologies — electrification and autonomous driving — that has jumped into the forefront among automakers all over the world. A potential partnership between FCA and GAC could be beneficial for both companies.


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Just don’t expect the latter to use the name of its flagship brand, Trumpchi, in the U.S. While there’s nothing implicitly wrong about it, the close resemblance to Donald Trump, the current commander-in-chief, may have unintended consequences in the promotion of the brand.

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PostHeaderIcon China’s GAC Motor is Bringing Compact Sedan andElectric Concept to the Detroit Auto Show

Rumors about certain Chinese carmakers planning to come to the U.S. have been flying around for years, but nothing has happened as of early 2018. However, there are signs that we may soon get vehicles made in Asia. Trumpchi, a brand owned by GAC Group, is supposed to begin selling an SUV in North America in 2019, while GAC itself has already tested U.S. waters with a couple of concepts at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. Fast forward 12 months and GAC is bringing another batch of new vehicles to Detroit.


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“The state-owned company will be showcasing two new cars in Detroit next week, starting with the GA4, a compact sedan marketed under the Trumpchi badge”

The state-owned company will be showcasing two new cars in Detroit next week, starting with the GA4, a compact sedan marketed under the Trumpchi badge. The four-door is still a mystery at this point, with the only information available being that it rides on a platform developed in-house. The second vehicle on the list is the Enverge, an aggressive-looking electric car aimed at a young audience. The teaser shot shows a coupe-like crossover with slim headlamps and massive wheels, but the rendering is probably exaggerated compared to the actual show cars.

Finally, we will see a range of Trumpchi models that are already available in China. First up is the GS8, a midsize SUV that will become the first Chinese vehicle sold in the U.S. It’s powered by a 2.0-liter turbo engine, a six-speed automatic transmission, and an all-wheel-drive system. The GA8 luxury sedan and the GM8 minivan will also be on display in Detroit. The GA8 could go against the Volvo S90 and Genesis G80, while the GM8 could provide competition for the Chrysler Pacifica and Honda Odyssey.

We will find out more about these vehicles as the Detroit Auto Show kicks off next week so make sure you stick around for updates.

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PostHeaderIcon China Government Bans 553 Cars Because Pollution

It’s no secret that China has some of the worst air pollution in the world even with a huge improvement over the last year. And, the Chinese government thinks it can make it even better. It all starts with the banning of 553 vehicle models that don’t meet fuel consumption standards. We have yet to see a full list of specific vehicles that have been banned, but we do know they include models from Chevy, Audi, and Mercedes Benz – models like the Audi FV7145LCDBG sedan (Audi A1,) Mercedes BJ302ETAL2 sedan, and Chevy’s SGM7161DAA2 sedan (Similar to a Chevy Aveo).
The production ban will commence on January 1st, 2018 according to the China Vehicle Technology Sevice Center and is the first official ban on specific vehicles in the country.

Wang Liushend, an analyst at China Merchants Securities, said, “To emphasize a cut back on energy consumption, such documents will surface frequently in the future. It’s an essential move to ensure the healthy development of the industry in the long run.”

As far as the number of vehicles actually produced in China, your guess is as good as ours, but according to the secretary general of the China Passenger Car Association, Cui Dongshu, those 553 models account for a “very small” percentage. Of course, vehicles are a very small part of China’s pollution problem, with air quality typically getting much worth in the winter months, as such, the country has worked tirelessly to switch homes from coal to natural gas heating and it has even reduced steel production by as much as 50 percent in some areas.

In the end, this ban might help the country a little bit, however, it’s a long road to travel, and you can surely expect the country to initialize more bans in the future. It has even said that it would like to jump on the wagon of banning vehicles powered by fossil fuel at some point – much like France and the U.K. have aimed to do by 2040. Is this what we can expect in the future. Will more countries, including the U.S. begin strong-arming automakers to quit producing certain vehicles? Is the move away from fossil fuels happening too soon? Are we really ready to go fossil fuel free in the next 20 years? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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1965 Ford Mustang Coupe 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe, 289, TRADES?
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1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 1966 ford mustang 2+2 raven black 4 speed c code
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