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89th International Motor Show (Geneva Motor Show 2019)


#77

Or maybe like the new RUF Yellowbird, a reimagination of an older car.


#78

It is not only about being fast (Tetra 2019)


#80

I don’t really have a particular era-based design when I made this one, but yes it’s a new car.


#81

WestKat Replicas Cobra, Releasing 2019!

Westkat has coupled an all-American Ford 427C.I Engine, with an All-British Body, The Cobra. Producing over 400hp, and around 590nm of torque, for an authentic replica Cobra. More information as the show starts. The .CAR file is available upon request.


#82


#83

Ursula - Passion for Perfection
Martin-Wagner - The Pursuit of Joy

Ursula + Martin-Wagner Joint Reveal and Press Event @ Geneva 2019

GENEVA: Like usual, Ursula and Martin-Wagner held their press events simultaneously, but for the first time ever, both companies have officially held their events together in one place. Ursula’s CEO Karl Fredrich and Martin-Wagner’s CEO Stefan Piech have confirmed that both companies will launch their latest creations in the same event “is a signal of unity for both companies”.

Martin Wagner Zenith GTX - Legend. Revived.

Since the limited release of the original GTX in 2000, the car was praised by millions for it’s superb drive and handling. And yet we ony made 300 of them. Everyone wants a revival of the car. You said. We listened.

For the 2020 model year Martin Wagner has announced the all-new Zenith GTX, combined with a 400 hp turbocharged 2.7 V6 the new GTX will have a best-in-class 4.6 second 0-100 km/h times and a superb handling thanks to input from Ursula and famous Australian racing firm, Goldman Motors.

And just like the original car, we will make the car a limited production special. We officially planned for a 850 unit release, 550 more than last time. We still rather have a limited release of the vehicle because of cost and exclusivity reasons. But don’t worry, if there’s enough demand, we will make more than we planned.

Also, we promise there will be no Zenith RTX because of boredom lol. Because It just works lol.

Ursula F5 Coupe - It’s a switch.

Ursula’s venerable F5 is available in all kind of shapes and styles, but there wasn’t once a coupe version of the car. Until now. The new F5 Coupe, despite based from the standard sedan version, it’s still a one of a kind, as 85% of the car’s parts were built from the ground up, shaving some weight in the process.

The F5 also introduces several new engines, too. the 2.0 turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is now more economical, and it’s just as powerful as before. The 3.5 V6 turbo was now replaced by a larger 3.7 V6 turbo in the F5 400T and 500T, now generates up to 455 hp and being more fuel efficient in the process.

The car will be officially released this August, and prices will start at €55,840 in Germany. Other markets will get the car starting this November in Europe. Prices may vary by country.

Ursula RS-e Concept - Godspeed.

Finally, the F5 RS-e concept showcases the future of Ursula’s mobility. 4 400-hp electric motors, each generates s single wheel. The car’s super-efficient setup helps the car to drive faster, corner faster and also gave superb handling to the car.

Currently, we don’t have any major plans for the car, but it’s nice to see how the concept will impact the future, and maintain Ursula’s good reputation of building cars with all-around performance, handling and efficiency.

See you in future events.


Ursula AG - Passion for Perfection (Deprecated)
#84



For its 50th anniversary, the El Verano has undergone a few revisions. The 3.0L SmartPower engine is still present, delivering 184 hp at 27 mpg (US). The geartrain has been upgraded to a computer-assisted nine-speed transmission, and the body has undergone some styling changes. The ST version is a four-door sedan, while the CargoMaster is a hatchback that adds cargo volume for today’s family. MSRP: ST $19,640; CargoMaster $20,073.


The BX Type S is Westward’s first vehicle with a boxer engine. A convertible roadster with classic styling, it has a 371 HP 4.0 L boxer-6 engine with a sporty interior and a MediaLinq Advance entertainment and HUD system. The transmission is a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox capable of reaching 181 mph. If manufactured, this concept would have an MSRP of $33,259.

Inquire at the Westward booth for test drives.


#85

The All New 2020 Helios F90


F90 features a 4.0 turbocharged V8 which produces 514hp and 577 lb-ft of torque. F90 has a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds and a fuel economy rating of 23 mpg.
This vehicle comes in a variety of trims, starting from the base 300 trim to the mid level 500 trim then the fully loaded 800, 800s, and 800e trims.

All trims come standard with the highest quality leather seats and our premium tech packed information and safety system.

For the base trim, pricing starts in the low $90,000.
For the 800(luxury) 800s(sport) and 800e(executive) trim, pricing starts at $140,000.

F90 is the most premium and luxurious vehicle Helios Motors has ever produced, and now the standards for luxury have increased.



#86

Quick question, why only 27mpg?


#87

Kinusoka press event

We welcome you all to the Kinusoka booth for our first Geneva International Motor Show appearance. We have two new cars to release that will be showcased shortly, feel free to grab a brochure and read through it while you wait, thank you.

2020 Kinusoka Coloumb

For our first reveal, we present to you the Coloumb, our first all electric supercar.

Our first venture into the world of all electric vehicles has culminated in the Coloumb.

Two electric motors with a combined total output of in excess of 750hp and our E-Drive™ AWD system allow it to reach 100km/h in an astounding 2.6 seconds and an estimated top speed of 350km/h.

With a 90kWh battery and regenerative braking it has an amazing 500km range for its performance and with a supercharger, you can get 200km of charge in half an hour.

The lack of an engine also allows for more storage space making it surprisingly practical for a car of this performance.

All of this for the great price of $180k

Technical Specifications
Kinusoka Coloumb
Powertrain 2 electric motors combined with our E-Drive™ AWD system
Curb weight 1630kg
Wheels and Tyres 20" alloy rims with 295/305 front/rear sport compound tyres
Brakes Front and rear 3 piston calipers on a 350mm carbon ceramic rotor
Chassis/Panels Carbon fibre monocoque with aluminium panels
Suspension Double wishbones front and rear
Safety TrueDrive™ Electronic Stability Control system, side curtain airbags
Additional assists Electronically variable power steering, launch control system

2020 Kinusoka Jinshi

For our second car of the show, we present the next generation Jinshi.

Improving on the formula for the past 30 years, the current model stays true to the core values of the car.

It is powered by an updated version of the 2.5L naturally aspirated V6 from the previous generation Jinshi gaining 15hp over its predecessor. The peppy engine mated to a 6-speed manual keeps the car responsive and engaging.

The engine propels it to 100km/h in 6.3 seconds and an estimated top speed of 220km/h while still getting 7.0L/100km fuel economy combined.

Weighing in at just under 1290kg, it changes direction better than most cars twice its price, providing serious bang for your buck.

For just $22500 you get more than you pay for

Technical Specifications
Kinusoka Jinshi
Powertrain 2497cc DOHC Naturally aspirated 60 degree V6 with direct injection and variable valve timing producing 195hp @7000rpm
Curb weight 1290kg
Wheels and Tyres 17" alloy rims with 215 front/rear medium compound tyres
Brakes Front: 2 piston calipers on 300mm vented rotors, Rear: 1 piston calipers on 250mm vented rotors
Chassis/Panels Corrosion resistant steel monocoque with partial aluminium panels
Suspension Double wishbones front and rear
Safety TrueDrive™ Electronic Stability Control system, side curtain airbags
Additional assists Electronically variable power steering

We thank you for attending Kinusoka's 2020 Geneva Press conference


#88

CMT presens a facelift of the long-serving Vaillante. Downsizing might work for small cars, but in the opinion of the manufactor large cars need large engines, even if those need a lot of refinement and engineering to justify their presence on the market.

And no SUV - there is nothing wrong with a classic fullsize (5,15m in length) limousine.

The keys of the showcar - a 42 TXL trim model - were given to a team of international motor journalists to convince them that the latest update on this meanwhile a little dusty 2010 model brings it back into the premium car segment. The tour stats in italy with the finish in Geneva.

All new is the engine, a rather gigantic 4.2 liter V6 with a soft and smooth turbo, propelling the 2,2 tons car to 100 kph in just 5,6 seconds and reaching a top speed of 302kph, although the output of 380 horsepower is nothing special in its league. Maybe the weight is a little too much which is a fault of the dated platform, but it is relatively economical with an average consumption of 8,4 liter.

Price tag is approximately 45.000 Dollar for the 42 TXE you see in the pictures, coming with premium infotainment and all gadgets that will lead the car into the 2020s.

Its smoothness is not as good as a comparable V8, but still good enough for a 2020s fullsize car and quite thrifty on intermediate highway speeds.

Please visit the CMT sales representatives in Hall 4 for more information and to have a seat in this great fullsize premium sport sedan.


#89

Lemaitre by Kimura. Making electric cars interesting.



LCe trim shown in Niagara Aqua Metallic.


Unveiled at the 89th International Auto Show at Geneva, the Lemaitre is Kimura’s first-ever mass production electric car. Utilizing the CM-T platform that underpins almost all modern Kimura vehicles, the Lemaitre proves that electrification is viable on the new platform. 4-wheel independent suspension is standard on all models and provides a supple ride with sporty driving dynamics. Almost 75% of the car’s major components are made from aluminum, shaving weight down to under 1600 KG. Under greatest scrutiny, of course, are the motor and battery specifications; with a flat 65.5 kWh lithium-ion battery that remains under the floor and a 185-horsepower Permanent-magnet, synchronous AC motor, the Lemaitre is efficient yet exciting. The suspension can be adjusted from comfort to sport as well as the regenerative braking using the infotainment. Overall, the Lemaitre is a concise package that should feel like any other car - underneath, however, it breaks grounds for the company.



LCe trim shown in Niagara Aqua Metallic.


Inside, the Lemaitre takes on a retro-modern take on an electric car interior. A massive 14" display is standard on all models and controls most of the vehicle’s functions such as radio, navigation, and interior lighting. ClearSense³™ debuts in the Lemaitre along with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. A whole suite of active safety features in KimuraGuard™ are available. With a digital display that harks back to the original display of the first Kimura Auburn, the overall interior aesthetic is chic yet completely contemporary. In terms of the exterior design, simplicity is key. An elegant front end flows nicely into the geometric rear, both of which are complemented by gloss black “masks” that help to accentuate the car’s wide stance. An illuminated plug-in socket provides a nice touch to the car’s design. Overall, the Lemaitre is elegant inside and out, providing the perfect start to Kimura’s electric car production.


Find out more at the official Kimura website.


#90

Murasaki Booth, Geneva 2019


Brief

We have gathered here to present you what year 2019 means for Murasaki Automotive.
Apart from three brand new engines from our subsidiary company, SNB JidoKo, we also brought one new model to our Line-up. You used to know it as Holo Umbra, a wagon version of the premium liftback, but this year, we are granting it independence.
With Umbra joining the line-up, Murasaki will have in total five cars in their international Lineup.
Without any further waiting, let’s have a look at those five.


2019 Murasaki Sunray


Sunray in Elita Red

It will soon be fifteen years since the last second-generation, so we have focused the development on bringing you worthy successor to the car that won three rallye championships and hearts of anyone who came to own one of these Compact Ecosports.
Presenting you, the 2019 Sunray

Under the Hood

Sunray is powered by two-point-two litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 210Kw and 283 Nm of torque, paired with either Manual or DCT transmission and our 4Force Smart-AWD system with E-LSD differentials and our Rockwulf traction system for driving off-road.
The suspension is progressive, with electronically-assisted shock absorbers and sway bars, giving the car handling that other cars can only dream of. (Includes even other cars of our own).
Despite the high-power engine, staying true to its origins, and showcasing the level of our technology, Sunray consumes, combined, four-point-seven litres per one hundred kilometers


As for Hybridization, Sunray is to be available in version Sunray Ascent, which will have a smaller engine of one-point-four litres with natural aspiration, generating power for four 60Kw motors, one motor per wheel.
This engine will be made fully made for economy and will run at low-rpm range, with expected combined economy bordering two litres per one hundred kilometers.

Exterior

Sunray is the prime example of our DynamX exterior and Aerodynamics study, focused on sharp, sporty looks, that at the same time, all provide actual benefits to the car rather than just good looks.
You will find things as window-mounted door handles that, while giving the car more clean look, allow user much easier operation of the door that would otherwise be compromised due to small size of the car.

Interior

Sunray’s interior provides sporty feel thanks to fresh and innovative shaping, as well as sportscar-like combination of Primary (Black, Beige, Leather Brown) and Secondary (Elita Red, Danger Yellow, Spring Green, Clearsky Blue) Interior colours.
All information systems are now fully digital, giving the driver precise control of what is happenning inside and outside of the car, and providing him with all the necessary information.
In middle of the Dashboard is combination of touch-screen infotainment system and buttons with real-time visual response. This allows the driver to manually control the car’s functions while driving, without distracting him from the road in front of him.

Sunray will be priced at $27000 / €23500 / ¥2450000.


2019 Murasaki Yasai

Next in the line is our big, reliable, and economical Offroad Crossover.
Previous generations of Yasai were providing their owners with comfort and capability for already 50 years, so it is a big milestone to us to present you already sixth generation of Yasai today.
With combined consumption of 5.9L/100Km, 280Hp, and Premium Interior, we hope it becomes your favorite Crossover on the market.

Yasai will be priced at $35000 / €30000 / ¥3640000

2019 Murasaki Umbra

New, yet already known to you.
This year, we have given the Umbra he independence it needed to become the king of wagons it was meant to be, contrary to earlier news, and thanks to genial minds of our R&D who developed more compact,yet more eficient cooling system, we have managed to fit the I6T from Holo to this car, and further tune it to make it fit your off-road and on-road needs. Umbra comes standard with 450 Horsepower, Height Adjustable Suspension, Next-gen Infotainment, and of course lots of space for anthing you need to load into it, whether it is your family, or your new fridge*.
(* Note - due to how fridges are long/tall, you will have to fold the rear seats.)

Pricing is to be around $40000, exact price will be later revealed on our sites.

2019 Murasaki Holo

The Wolf Has Come, The Flagship has returned.
As of year 2019, we have descided to switch back to Inline six engines we have abadoned three generations ago, and Holo, along with her bigger brother Umbra are first ones to use them.
Holo has 345Kw, which gives her 0-100 time of 4.3 seconds.
Despite her enormous power and sporty nature, she has modest consumption of 8L/100Km, and calling her interior Premium would be understatement.

You know what to expect from Holo, our technological pinnacle.
Prices will soon be at our website. Expect around $50000

2019 Murasaki Akari

Akari is back to once again dominate the tracks and streets alike.
In her arsenal are : 2.8 second 0-100 Time, 580 Hp coming from Mid-mounted V10, Revolutionary AWD system that gives her grip and control in any situation, and Next-generation Aerodynamics that allow her to cut through air like sharp scythe

All that for $118910 / €104350 / ¥13400000

Are you ready?

Later this year, Akari Ascent will be unveiled, which will be Hybrid version of the supercar. Price is not set yet.


#91

The Vaillante is meant to be a flagship luxury car, where refinement and comfort are paramount, so why would anyone use such a coarse, unrefined engine configuration for that application? A straight-six or even a V8 would be more suited to the job.


#92

AL Autos at The 2019 Geneva Motor Show (1/2)

Hello one and all! Welcome to the AL Autos booth here at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland! With us today, we have two cars to present to the public. One is our all new flagship sedan, and the other is our refreshed SUV. Enjoy the presentation!

The AL Autos Aurum. Luxury reaches new heights!



RGXLEL Opulentum Shown in AL Executive Black


The luxury division at AL Autos has been working tirelessly to heighten what we here at AL Autos perceive as a luxury automobile. The Aurum was born from our luxury division’s newest perception of luxury. The Aurum is meant to show that we here at AL Autos can provide the utmost comfort necessary for the driver and their occupants to have a smooth ride. To do so, we pulled out all the stops necessary to achieve this. AL-Active Comfort suspension setups are standard on all trim models and tuned to suit each car to provide a subtle ride. These setups also feature our pothole detection technology which detect potholes in the driver’s lane and adjusts certain characteristics of the suspension for each wheel. This technology allows for a smoother ride and protects the alignment of the wheels. The brand new powertrains available for the Aurum cover a wide range of needs. The Aurum is available with a 3.5 L V6, a 4.3 L V8, and a 5.5 L V12 with power ranging from 413.3 BHP to 642.8 BHP and offering between 20.8 MPG to 22.9 MPG. The Aurum is AL Autos luxury taken to a new standard wrapped in a beautifully crafted body.



RGXLEL Opulentum Shown in AL Executive Black


The interior of the Aurum is full of modern opulent luxuries which provide a very sensual experience. The seats are custom made ALZeroG multi point adjustable comfort seats which welcome the driver and their passengers with open arms and a truly relaxing position. On higher models, customers have the option of a seat massage system for the front and rear seats. The dashboard is fully digital and can display the usual speedometer, tachometer, and such as well as display the satellite navigation screen, and vehicle information such as tire pressure, fuel level, and so forth. This digital dashboard allows the driver to focus what’s in-front of them without having to rely to much on the central console. Speaking of which, the center console is a 15” screen with our newly improved ALAutos-Infotainment system which provides all center console controls for the vehicle: Climate Controls, Sound System Controls, Satellite Navigation Controls, Seat Massage Controls, and many other functions. It is pretty much the hub for the car’s functions. AL Autos didn’t forget about safety as we included our comprehensive safety suite, ALSafeShield as standard on all trim levels. The Aurum is our statement in luxury cars, showing that luxury can achieve even greater heights.


RGXLEL Opulentum Shown in AL Executive Black
Prices for the Aurum are as follows (Prices include a 20% Markup):
RGXLEL: $72,594
RGXLEL2: $88,731
RGXLEL Opulentum: $125,968


Want to see more?

An in-depth spec sheet will be posted on our official website soon!



That’s all for now! Thank you for joining us here at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show! Stay tuned for another showcase of our newly redesigned SUV! Have a good day!


AL Autos Official: News Update (2/9/2020): We're On Our Way Back!
AL Autos Official: News Update (2/9/2020): We're On Our Way Back!
#93

Scagliati at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. Day One.

Introducing the 2019 Scagliati Zoccarato - Power And Poise.


2019 Scagliati Zoccarato in Arancia Cachi

Scagliati is proud to introduce to you our latest small sports touring car, the 2019 Scagliati Zoccarato. Based on the high-technology, all-carbon fibre SCALE Architecture of our other model lines, the Zoccarato represents the more sporting half of our entry-level model lineup. Make no mistake, though, this car is still very much a Scagliati through and through, with a sharp, responsive chassis, a powerful yet dignified engine and the finest Venetian craftsmanship swadding both pilot and passenger in the finest of luxury.

Power for the Zoccarato comes from the turbocharged, 2.9-litre inline-6 that is found in the open-top Zoccarato Scoperta, but is now tuned to an impressive output of 502 horsepower and 465 newton-metres. Coupled to a seven-speed double clutch gearbox and driving the rear wheels through our CAST-controlled electronic rear differential, the Zoccarato sprints from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 3.8 seconds, and returns a combined 7.0 litres per 100 kilometres in Automation Combined Cycle Fuel Economy standard testing.

Inside the Zoccarato, you will find the very same attention to detail and luxury that only befits a Scagliati, with both pilot and passenger cossetted in lightweight but sumptuously comfortable carbon-fibre backed seats wrapped in the finest leathers and synthetic materials (see your Scagliati Atelier for detailed information and availability). The cockpit is pilot-oriented, with all functions and displays laid out for quick, safe and easy dissemination and operation of the Zoccarato. Instruments consist of a central tachometer with a multi-function display in the middle, along with two flanking OLED screens for navigation, infotainment and vehicle systems information.

The orderbook for the Zoccarato is open today, with prices starting at $145,525. First deliveries of the Zoccarato are expected to begin in the first part of Q3 of this year.

Engine Specifications
Engine Type Scagliati Amadeo S070.996T L6
Description inline-6, aluminium-silicon block and heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons
Valvetrain 4-valves per cylinder, variable valve lift and timing
Bore x Stroke 86.0mm x 82.5mm
Displacement 2876cc
Aspiration turbocharged and intercooled, direct fuel injection
Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Output 502 horsepower @ 8400 RPM, 465 Nm @ 6900 RPM
Redline 9000 RPM

Model Specifications Zoccarato Coupe
Layout Front-engine, rear-wheel drive
Seating Two
Chassis/Body Carbon-fiber monocoque and body panels
Suspension Double wishbone front, multilink rear
Driveline 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, electronic differential
Brakes vented steel front and rear
Curb Weight 1488 kilograms
Weight Distribution 54.8%F/45.2%R
0-100 km/h 3.8s
100-0 Braking Distance 31.7 m
Top Speed 310 km/h*
Fuel Economy 7.0 litres/100km
List Price $145,525

*Top speed is electronically limited


#94

Honghu Automotive Association Press Day 1 - Jinhe GC

To the sound of ZHU and Nero’s “Dreams”


Jinhe is proud to show off three revamped vehicles for the 2020 Geneva Auto Show. Redesigned this year, is the Jinhe GC, formerly named the Grand Chariot. This time around, the Guangzhou-based company decides to follow in the footsteps of its city’s rapidly-urbanizing economy, showing off the pinnacle of China’s forward-thinking technology.

Shown: Jinhe GC Pt

In the current year, technology has evolved at the blink of an eye, with advents in artificial intelligence, smartphone connectivity and various other innovations which place us in the high-tech lifestyle we have yearned for. With this in mind, Jinhe has incorporated the breadth of the technological revolution within its flagship cruiser.

Alongside existing Jinhe tech which allowed its models to cruise autonomously on highways, hit the brakes when it detects a rear-end collision, and navigate the user around via voice navigation, comes various other new innovations which make the GC the leader in technology.

Interior & Amenities


The interior now incorporates a massive curved touch screen which keeps both the driver and passenger in mind. In fact, nearly the entire interior is now one. big. touch screen. One, big, customizable touch screen. Weather and traffic updates, Baidu-assisted satellite maps (in Asian markets), vehicle status, and screen mirroring are all now at your fingertips. Widgets are customizable to the user’s preference, while new ones are downloadable, and to account for safety, voice prompts and state-of-the-art gesture controls are also standard to keep the user’s eyes on the road. Other amenities include the ability to lock, unluck, start, and adjust the temperature your car with a single smartphone via. Honghu connect. The rear fascia is also entirely an LED screen, making for very expensive repairs allowing the user to choose a taillight design of their liking, and project messages on the rear of the vehicle.

This is definitely not ripped straight off an Audi A8 .-.

Jinhe’s new Augmented-Reality HUD also makes a debut within the GC, which will actively guide the user towards their destination, find parking spots, keep the user in their respective lanes, but most importantly, detect potential collision threats.

Safety


In fact, safety has become top priority for Jinhe’s GC. We here at Jinhe are proud to announce that the GC is not only fully autonomous on highways, but can now detect collisions and fully AVOID them using A.I. technology.

automotive-head-up-display

Under a rear-end, cross-traffic, fender bender, and head-on scenario, the GC will actively predict the path of the incoming vehicle using various sensors and A.I. to steer the driver away or hit the brakes in order to avoid a collision entirely. The GC will also detect other vehicles veering into its lane and move aside if the situation may result in a collision. Jinhe’s A.I. assisted collision avoidance system will add ontop of its existing safety infrastructure, making it one of the most technologically-advanced safety systems to-date.

Performance


The Pt-line GCs are powered by a 3.7L V8 making 300 horsepower. Jinhe’s active suspension suite with Nimbus Ride Control is also offered. The GC clocks in around 32 mpg and does 0-60 in 7 seconds.

Pt Gallery

PtS and PtSR Trims


The performance market does not end up being neglected by Jinhe. Despite its focus on technology, the same innovations can be experienced with an extra punch of power.

Shown: Jinhe GC PtS

The PtS takes the 300-horsepower V8 from the more tame trims, and replaces it with a 560-horsepower twin-turbo V10, propelling the PtS forward to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds. The PtS also manages a top speed of 334 km/h. Despite this, fuel economy still sits at a respectable 25 mpg. With its active suspension suite, the PtS shoots around corners at 1.16 g.

PtS Gallery

As well, the SR division takes it a step forward, upping the output to a ludicrous 690 horsepower while sending the luxury sedan to 100 in 3.3 seconds. The SR tops out at 346 km/h, yet still returns a livable 24 mpg. Cornering is not taken for granted either, with the SR able to stick through at 1.19 g.

PtSR Gallery


Starting Prices:

Au: $72 000
Pt: $78 000
PtS: $102 000
PtSR: $120 000

More press on Jinhe coming soon™ :eyes:


Guangzhou Jinhe (广州金河) Automotive Co
Guangzhou Jinhe (广州金河) Automotive Co
#95

Honghu Automotive Press Day 1.5 - All the Rest (of Jinhe)


Alongside the GC, comes various other releases from both Jinhe AND its umbrella company Honghu.

Jinhe Qingxiu


Alongside the GC, comes the more humble-sized Qingxiu, picking and pulling parts of the GC’s technology to be placed in a smaller, slightly more affordable package.

Shown: Jinhe Qingxiu S

The Qingxiu can be thought of as the little brother of the GC. Although it may not have as large of touchscreens as the GC, nor display personalized messages on the rear, the same augmented reality systems and full safety suite are offered at the highest trim.

The Qingxiu is powered by a 3.0 L V6 making 276 horsepower, which sends the Qingxiu to 100 km/h in 6.9 seconds. Plenty for the Asian market. (North-American versions of the new Jinhe models will have their power output raised.)

S


Like other Jinhe models, an S trim is offered. Said trim ups the power to 405 horses, allowing the Qingxiu to charge forward to 100 in 4.9 seconds. The Jinhe active suspension suite will also be offered alongside. An SR trim is also rumoured to be released later on as well.


Pricing:

Cu: $32 000
Ag: $36 000
Au: $41 500
Pt: $59 700
S: $56 200

Jinhe Albatross


The Albatross has been redesigned for the 2020 year, with big ass grille sharper design and a pretentious egg coupe version in the offering as well.

Shown: Jinhe Albatross Au

The Albatross, like the Qingxiu and GC, will offer its safety suite and AR systems offered on the higher trims.

Powered by the same V6 in the Qingxiu, the Albatross offers a smooth ride complimented by its Nimbus system. The Albatross hits 100 km/h in 8.2 seconds (for the Asian market only). Fuel consumption is rated at 28 mpg.

C (Coupe)


A coupe version has also been created to rival other performance SUVs. Regardless of regular body style or coupe, once paired with the S-trim, the Albatross immediately transforms.

Each model will be able to hit 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds, with top speeds around 270 km/h. The S-trims will also manage to corner at 1.14 g, despite their size. An SR trim is also rumoured.

Au Gallery

Coupe Gallery

S Gallery


Pricing:

Cu: $40 000
Ag: $46 000
Au: $53 000
Pt: $60 000
S: $74 000

Honghu tomorrow. I’m going to sleep .-.


Guangzhou Jinhe (广州金河) Automotive Co
#96

CMW At The Geneva International Motor Show. Day One.

Introducing the 2019 CMW S7. The Golden Age of the Sports Car Begins Again.


2019 CMW S7 VSport in Orange Persimmon

CMW is proud to present the all-new 2019 CMW S7. Born from over seventy years of motor racing heritage, the S7 continues the storied CMW S-Line into the future, with lightweight construction and for the first time, turbocharged engines in all models of the S7.


2019 CMW S7 in CMW Stahlblau

With an aluminum-intensive chassis and lightweight but tough carbon fibre body panels, CMW engineers worked feverishly to remove as much weight as possible from the all-new S7, with the base-model S7 weighing in at a mere 1105 kilograms. Part of this weight savings comes from the first-ever turbocharged four-cylinder engine to be fitted across the entire range of S7s, in the traditional boxer layout that has become familiar to CMW S-Line fans. In the S7, the magnesium-block, 2.0-litre boxer four is rated at 303 horsepower and 322 newton-metres, giving the car a 0 to 100 time of 4.0 seconds flat through the standard six-speed manual transmission. In the S7 VSport, the engine is enlarged to 2.4 litres, and produces 367 horsepower and 394 newton-metres, giving the VSport a 0 to 100 time of 3.5 seconds through the standard seven-speed double-clutch transmission.

Outside, the S7 has a distinctively mid-engined styling, immediately identifiable as a CMW S-Line model, with its aggressive stance, wide fender arches and large front headlights. The centre-mounted exhaust with one or two outlets adds to the sporty character of the S7 and S7 VSport.

Inside the CMW S7 and S7 VSport, you will find a driver-oriented cockpit that is as functional as it is beautiful. The deep and slender sports seats are power-adjustable and swathed in your choice of leather or Alcantara, and help give the S7 a motorsports feel. Instrumentation is clear and well-laid out for the driver, with a centrally-located tachometer flanked by two LED screens providing operational and navigational and infotainment information. A ten-speaker BergMeister stereo system gives the S7 and S7 VSport a near-luxury car level of sound quality, and the 7-inch screen mounted in the centre console provides a central location for all non-essential driving information, as well as control for the climate control and infotainment system.

The S7 VSport stands apart from the base model S7 in a number of areas. In addition to the larger engine, the S7 VSport has a fully-electronically controlled differential with torque vectoring, as well as a more sporting-oriented suspension tune, larger brakes and wider 19-inch sports-compound tires, as opposed to the base model’s 18-inch standard wheels and tires. The additional traction provided by upgraded suspension makes the S7 VSport the preferred choice of drivers seeking a sportier experience, though make no mistake, the S7 VSport is a car one could use every day just as easily as the standard S7.

Prices for the S7 start at $46,280 and $55,850 for the S7 VSport, with deliveries beginning in June of 2019. Visit your local CMW S-Line dealer for more information.


Model Specifications

Model CMW S7 CMW S7 VSport
Layout Mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports car -
Seating Two -
Chassis/Body lightweight, advanced bonded aluminum monococque and carbon fibre panels -
Suspension double-wishbone front and rear -
6-speed manual transmission Standard Optional
7-speed double-clutch transmission Optional Standard
Differential Geared limited-slip Fully-electronic limited slip
Brakes 4-wheel disc with ABS and ESC plus Launch Control -
Curb Weight 1105 kg 1145 kg
Weight Distribution (F/R)* 41.5%/58.5% 40.1%/59.9%

Engine Specifications and Performance

Engine CMW B87B20T0 CMW B87B24T0
Engine Description turbocharged boxer-4, magnesium block and aluminium-silicon heads, forged crankshaft, rods and pistons -
Displacement (cc) 2000 2399
Output 303 hp @ 7800 RPM, 332 Nm @ 5400 RPM 367 hp @7900 RPM, 394 Nm @4300 RPM
0-100 km/h 4.0s 3.5s
100-0 Braking Distance 31.5 m 31.1 m
Top Speed 270 km/h** 290 km/h**
Fuel Economy 5.2 L/100km 6.0 L/100km
Base Price $46,280 $55,850

(*) Weight distribution varies by model and optional equipment.
(**) Top speed is electronically limited.


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Atlas Automotive At Geneva 2019:

A Brand new vehicle revealed, the Atlas Cosmos Executive sedan. Today we’re showing the S(equipped with the 4.0 litre CS50 flatplane V8 Twin Turbo) and the top of the line V model.

Atlas Cosmos S(4.0TT)

The Atlas Cosmos S is the base model of the Cosmos Executive sedan. Featuring a powerful twin turbo charged V8 or optional Naturally aspirated V10(both engines feature cylinder deactivation), the model shown is fitted with the 4.0L GS40 DETT© twin turbo V8. This engine produces a hearty 650 BHP and modest 444 LB-FT of torque. The chassis uses a combination of light weight aluminum with titanium/carbon fiber reinforcement at key points to help maintain a light and responsive chassis while improving overall safety. Several options are available for the Cosmos S, including several different info/entertainment combinations and choice of leather or alcantara seats.

The Atlas Cosmos is quite at home on the track as well, not just with its powerful engine, but its electronically adjustable suspension, precise all wheel steering, and deployable spoiler(panamera style). This beast has not only luxury and comfort, but it can double as a excellent track day vehicle. Pricing for the base S comes in at $95,000(not including options or 5.0L V10).

Specs:

Engine: 4.0L TFSI V8 DOHC Transmission: A9 Automatic Paddleshift(seq.)
Horsepower: 650 hp @ 8600rpm Torque: 444 lb-ft @ 6800rpm
Weight: 4152lb Skidpad: 1.07g
0-60(mph): 3.7s Top speed: 175 mph(electronically limited)
1/4 mile: 11.94 MPG: 11.6 mpg(18.2 mpg with cylinder deavtivation and transmission in ECO mode)

Atlas Cosmos V

The Cosmos V is the track oriented version of the Cosmos, designed for the Exec that needs more power and handling to guarantee that they crush the competition on the track. The 5.0L V10 from the S model has been fitted with twin turbochargers to boost power to 824 BHP. This massive power is put to the pavement with the advanced Razor-Edge All wheel drive system and track rated tires. This helps the Cosmos V to accelerate to an impressive 0-60 in just 3.1 seconds.

With all this focus on performance, some would expect the car to have reduced luxury. This is not the case with the Cosmos V, the luxury is improved with all the same customization options as the base model as well as real wood grain in the interior and the option of carbon fiber bucket seats covered in premium leather. Also comes with a HUD on the windshield with various modes. In standard operating mode(demonstrated in booth) shows as a light blue and green accents showing gas, lane assist and blind spot indication. In sport mode, changes to a Orange and yellow accent, showing current HP/Torque and RPM. Finally in velocity mode, it shows as Red/Gold Accent, showing lap time/number of laps remaining, Boost PSI, and shift indicator.

The V model of the Cosmos is priced at $120,000 not including options.

Specs:

Engine: 5.0L TFSI V10 DOHC Transmission: F8 Sequential Paddleshift
Horsepower: 824 hp @ 8500rpm Torque: 561 lb-ft @ 7000rpm
Weight: 4240 lb Skidpad: 1.19g
0-60(mph): 3.1s Top speed: 190 mph(Electronically limited)
1/4 mile: 11.1s MPG: 11.6 mpg(15.5mpg with Cylinder deactivation)

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