2016 Isuzu pick-up - China
...I’m actually okay with this. Qoros 3 GT from China, a “crossover”.
Canards aren’t stealthy.
...think again. Introducing Volkswagen China. Where you can have 6 different sedans in one segment, spanning 3 generations of one platform. There are even 2 Phaetons.
Paging SmallBear, your new front clip awaits within. Also goddamn, how much licensing does GM do in China?
1. F1 needed this race
Nothing too major. Just a little observation. As we all know, the GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump, has garnered a sizable amount of controversy throughout his presidential campaign. Mainly due to his many opposing views of many things, like his favorite word to say: not fired, but China.
Microlino (CH) EV c2016 , to be built by Kandi Technologies (China)
Ivfan (China) EV 2000W motor
Most Americans remember the original Toyota Previa (JDM: Estima). It had an innovative mid-engine layout which placed the engine under the front seats, laid down sideways, driving the rear wheels. It did 0-60 mph in about 13 seconds. It had a buzzy exhaust. It was a space-maximising MPV with a usable third row and…
Oppo Im heading to China for work! More specifically to Shanghai and Beijing to show off some design work. I’ll have a couple days to be a tourist at each. Any tips on the cities or China do’s and dont’s would be appreciated.
That’s right, across the entire globe. Who says DeLoreans, and those spunky little PRV V6 engines aren’t reliable?
If the iframe doesn’t work. This time “holy shit” is being yelled in English. This is some of the most incredible eye witness footage ever in my opinion.
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Want to go see Pixar’s “Cars” in China? Well you can...sort of...not really actually. Instead, you’ll find yourself watching some frankenstein-ish creation of poor animations that try to recreate said movie in what appears to be some program that makes Windows Movie Maker look like Adobe After Effects.
With the legalization of Gay Marriage in all 50 States taking up most of our news on this fine Friday, with all the Liberals crying for joy and Conservatives crying in agony, it’s nice to avert our attention to a new topic for just a few moments.
Hundreds of police officers stand alongside brand new police vehicles provided by local government to ensure public security over the New Year holidays during a handover ceremony in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, on December 30, 2009.