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BEIJING SHOW DEBUTS LIST – Citroen C4 Aircross | Automotive Industry Analysis

Press preview days for the biennial Beijing motor show are 25 & 26 April

Press preview days for the biennial Beijing motor show are 25 & 26 April

Another vehicle which will premiere at AutoChina 2018 has been added to just-auto’s constantly updating list of world debuts. This time, it is the new Citroen C4 Aircross, a crossover which will be sold worldwide.

Information on the following models can be found by searching PLDB, just-auto’s global vehicle database. Simply click on the link at the end of this list.

Audi Q5 L: the first long-wheelbase SUV from the brand, FAW Volkswagen has just started building it in Changchun, will be in local dealerships from June

Buick Enspire concept: after a media preview on 17 April, AutoChina will be this electric SUV’s public world premiere

Buick Velite 6: PHEV and EV variants will be manufactured by SAIC GM, cars will be based on the Velite concept from 2016

BYD Tang: second generation of this PHEV super-SUV, 205hp 2.0-litre petrol turbo engine for front axle and two motors at the rear, combined power of 505hp

Changan Eado DT: new name and a facelift for the Yuexiang V7, a small sedan that was launched at the Chengdu motor show in August 2014

Citroen C4 Aircross: crossover, to be manufactured by DPCA and on sale in China during the second half of 2018, likely to be built in Brazil and France too

Denza 500: the 400 is facelifted and gains a new name to reflect the claim that a new battery gives the car a range of up to 500km

Dongfeng-Fengxing ix5: prototype of a D segment SUV with choice of 1.8 or 1.5-litre turbo engines, infotainment system is based on Baidu Apollo, due on sale in Q4

DS 7 Crossback: CAPSA, the Changan Auto and Groupe PSA joint venture, will soon be building it in Shenzhen

Ford Escort facelift: mid-life update coincides with the debut of a new Focus, six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, 1.0 and 1.5-litre petrol engines

Ford Focus sedan and five-door hatchback: sedan was revealed to the media at an event in Chongqing on 10 April, this is the public world premiere for both bodies

Geely Emgrand Borui GE PHEV: 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol engine plus one motor send power through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission

Geely Emgrand Boyue facelift: minor styling changes after only two years of production for this big-selling SUV

Geely Emgrand MPV: model name not yet known, production version of the VF11 project, 4.7m long, three powertrains including a hybrid with an EV to follow later

Haval H4: 4,410mm long crossover is a production version of the HR-02 concept from AutoChina 2016, 1.3- and 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engines

Haval H7 facelift: a minor restyle for this SUV which premiered at the 2016 Beijing show

Hybrid Kinetic H500 concept: smaller than the E segment H600 prototype, shares that car’s powertrain of four motors and a range-extending micro-turbine, styled by Pininfarina

Hybrid Kinetic K350 concept: preview of a future SUV which also uses motors and a micro-turbine and is said to have a maximum range of 1,000km

Jeep Grand Commander: a rival for the Toyota Highlander, Volkswagen Teramont and Ford Edge, powered by a 2.0-litre petrol turbo engine, will be built by the GAC-Fiat joint venture and is a special model for China

Lexus ES: even though TMC does not manufacture any Lexus vehicles in China, the current ES is especially successful as an import, thus this event for the new model’s world debut

Lynk & Co 02: second model from the Geely division, project code is CH11, is a 4,448mm long five-door hatchback, revealed to the media on 26 Mar

Mazda CX-8: left-hand drive world premiere for this large SUV which has been available only in Japan (since December), no word as yet on where China’s model will be built

Mercedes-Maybach concept: details are scant, only this video for now

MG X-Motion concept: design study for a potential extra SUV; prototype is based on SAIC’s year-old ladder frame chassis platform as used by the Maxus T60, LDV T60 and Roewe RX8

Nissan Sylphy EV: looks almost identical to the existing sedan but there is a fresh bonnet pressing which includes a cut-out for the recharging flap, Dongfeng and Venucia brands will also have cars based on this

Nissan Terra: based on Navara/NP300 pick-up, ladder frame SUV rival for Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Toyota Fortuner, Ford Everest and Chevrolet TrailBlazer

Nio Eve concept update: prototype which premiered at SXSW in 2017 is to have as yet unspecified changes

Great Wall Motor Ora iQ5: debut for a brand which will sell only electric vehicles, prototypes of a 4.5m long crossover have been seen with ‘ORA’ in large letters on the tailgate, brand is ‘Oula’ in Chinese

Škoda Kamiq: additional crossover for the SAIC Volkswagen JV will be positioned below the Karoq, PQ25 platform, unique to China

Toyota Izoa: FAW Toyota gains its own slightly altered version of the C-HR which is to be sold in China by the GAC Toyota joint venture

Volkswagen Tayron: additional SUV which will be manufactured by FAW Volkswagen, expected to use MQB A/B architecture

Volkswagen ‘Powerful Family SUV’: not its production name, will be manufactured by SAIC Volkswagen, other details to follow

Volkswagen Touareg: in common with the Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne, Bentley Bentayga and Lamborghini Urus, has MLB Evo as its platform

Wey self-driving EV concept: expected to be a crossover, sources claim there will be a large longitudinal fin at the centre of the tailgate which supports the third brake light

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