Chery’s future cars

Automotive Design 17 Nov 2006
Chery’s future cars

Chinese automaker Chery is preparing a full model line-up to enter the global market in the next future. Among the cars on display at Beijing Auto Show are a hybrid sedan, two sporty SUVs and a coupé.


Autoblog.com has shown a set of pictures and sketches of the model line-up that Chery will display at the Beijing Auto Show. The

Chery Fengyun Coupe II Chery "Running 5" compact SUV
Chery Fengyun Coupe II Chery "Running 5" compact SUV

In addition to the carson show at Beijing, on Chery’s website there is an "Upcoming Products" section which contains some design studies for future models.

Chery B14 interior sketch Chery B14 exterior rendering
Above: interior sketch and exterior rendering for the B14 model
Chery B13 sketch Chery B13 interior design
Above: the 6-seater B13 SUV concept
Chery S-16 mini-car Chery M14
Above: Chery S-16 mini-car Above: interior for the M14 sportscoupé
Chery M14 Chery M14
Above: a clay model of the Chery M14 coupé

The latest news update is about a hybrid version of the A5 ISG sedan, that will be the first hybrid car to be mass-produced in China: it features a parallel hybrid propulsion with a 1.3 liters 4 cylinder engine and regenerative braking.

(Source: autoblog.com)

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Chery’s future cars

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Autoblog.com has shown a set of pictures and sketches of the model line-up that Chery will display at the Beijing Auto Show. The

Chery Fengyun Coupe II Chery "Running 5" compact SUV
Chery Fengyun Coupe II Chery "Running 5" compact SUV

In addition to the carson show at Beijing, on Chery’s website there is an "Upcoming Products" section which contains some design studies for future models.

Chery B14 interior sketch Chery B14 exterior rendering
Above: interior sketch and exterior rendering for the B14 model
Chery B13 sketch Chery B13 interior design
Above: the 6-seater B13 SUV concept
Chery S-16 mini-car Chery M14
Above: Chery S-16 mini-car Above: interior for the M14 sportscoupé
Chery M14 Chery M14
Above: a clay model of the Chery M14 coupé

The latest news update is about a hybrid version of the A5 ISG sedan, that will be the first hybrid car to be mass-produced in China: it features a parallel hybrid propulsion with a 1.3 liters 4 cylinder engine and regenerative braking.

(Source: autoblog.com)

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