Nevermind, now it’s even better.
New for 2019, the Vapid Dominator. More specs and trims to be released on press days.
- Bogliq Ungoliant and Shelob
Street legal, ameteur racer spec supercars for the road or the track…
Ungoliant: NA 4L V10, 6 spd man, 352Kw
- 351Km/h V/max
- 3.2 Sec, 0-100Km/h
- 10.86 Sec Quarter Mile
- 11.2L per 100Km
- Green Hell reference lap: 7:38 minutes
Shelob: T/Turbo 4L V10, 6 spd man, 557Kw
- 383Km/h V/max
- 3.3 Sec, 0-100Km/h
- 10.27 Sec Quarter Mile
- 10.9L per 100Km
- Green Hell reference lap: 7:23 minutes
- Bogliq Squad Silhouette: A one-make racecar
Race ready silhouette MPV for a one-make celebrity racer category or possibly a China DM MPV cup!
Squad Silhouette: NA 2L V6, 6 spd man, 214Kw
- 270Km/h V/max
- 5.8 Sec, 0-100Km/h
- 13.98 Sec Quarter Mile
- 16.6L per 100Km
- Green Hell reference lap: 8:47 minutes
$59,990 Trailer away (Not road legal!)
Buy better, buy Bogliq
How can the twin-turbo Shelob be 0.1s slower to 60 mph than the Ungoliant, even though its top speed is over 15 mph higher? At any rate, they look like late 90’s leftovers from unused design studies of an S1 Exige/MkIV Supra mashup that somehow made it into Burnout 3.
Wheelspin. Gearing. Power curve. Mass/Inertia.
2018 Valta Kyori
The wait is finally over. Today, we unveil to you our all-new brand under the Evgenis Automobile Group that will target a completely new market as well as extend upon our offering in existing markets. The first model we shall be unveiling is the Valta Kyori, a truly modern and sophisticated family car for the budget conscious. Thanks to the shared policy between the two brands, we have been able to offer the knowledge, engineering, and technology you would find in Evgenis models still giving you some of the Evgenis Group ethos of “Premium, standard.” Valta, on the other hand, is here for another purpose to truly express the necessity of accessibility to freedom in motion - “Motion Matters.”
Valta still holds the same strong values in design as those in the Evgenis lineup. Once more, Valta models will hold a consistent, running theme between models to make them undoubtedly part of the brand, but each model will have its own design to allow a sense of individuality.
The Kyori boasts a bold front end, with large headlamps with a chrome strip running from them into the front grille section, allowing for an effortless flow from one element to the other, with brand name situated above. Beneath this, the typical Valta trait of large vents and grille connecting both is apparent, with the number plate situated between all elements. The rear continues the bold but seamless theme, with a modern tail light cluster connected via a chrome strip, with the brand logo above and number plate beneath. The lower section gives a sportier stance thanks to the integrated exhaust system, once more interconnected by chrome elements.
As standard, the Kyori comes with a traditional headlamp set up, whereas today you see the Valkyrie with the upgraded system offering the new, trademark LED system consisting of two horizontal lengths connected at the inner part, with this serving the dual purpose of daytime running lights and indicators. Towards the rear, the lighting system follows the same theme, with a traditional setup as standard or an optional, more advanced one integrating LED technology.
The interior continues the similar trends found on the exterior of clean and modern lines that run continuously around the vehicle.
The all-new Kyori will be available with just one petrol engine from launch in all initial markets, with this being a brand-new 1.5-litre engine consisting of four cylinders with two power outputs depending on the chosen model. The base version has 100 bhp on tap, allowing for sufficient power in all situations, or a more advanced 136 bhp thanks to a turbocharger, allowing for more sporty driving as well as class-leading fuel economy of just 4.5l/100 km in real-world driving. More engines will be added in markets outside of developing regions in the future.
There will be two transmission offerings in total; either a six-speed manual developed by the Evgenis Group or a simplified version of their existing automatic gearbox, once more being a six-speed affair. Both offer effortless shifting and they have been developed to benefit the driving experience, performance, and fuel economy.
Thanks to the assistance from the development of advanced technologies from Evgenis Automobiles, Valta gets a fantastic array of technology to use within its lineup that will allow a wider reach of said technology to more developing markets. The Kyori is no exception to this, with a great offering being available to potential purchasers.
Autonomy is an ongoing development in the most advanced of cars, but the Kyori will still offer basic autonomous features as standard across the range, such as automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning. Optionally, the Valta can be fitted with an “Advanced Autonomy Pack”, which will allow further features such as blind spot monitoring and autonomous parking features.
Another key option to the Kyori is the possibility to equip a “Parking Pack”, that will fit the Kyori with surround parking sensors and rear-view camera, as well as add the addition autonomous assist of rear blind spot monitoring that will stop the car if another approaches when you are reversing.
The Kyori will have two different options when it comes to the infotainment. The standard system features Bluetooth with voice commands, plus a display that will show key information about the car, audio, and other features. Optionally, the Valta Connect with 7" touch-screen display can be equipped, adding intricate graphics and more advanced accessibility, while also adding the ever-popular Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to the infotainment.
Although the Valta ethos and the Kyori itself don’t fall under the premium category of automobiles, the interior hasn’t been forgotten about and will still of a quality finish, but truly has a focus around accessibility and practicality.
We have completely avoided using truly cheap materials in order to give the interior a quality feel as well as a high standard of durability to make the interior feel like it could truly stand many years of hard motoring.
All models come with five seats, with the rear seats folding down 60:40 as well as a folding passenger seat in order to allow for a considerably larger cargo space if need be. The interior has been designed so that five, full-size adults can feel comfortable on long journeys within the Kyori.
Due to the Kyori’s wide reach in the international market, the driving setup has to suit the requirements of various different areas, meaning that the Kyori has been set up to offer an incredibly balanced blend of both sporty driving dynamics and smooth ride comfort.
In towns and cities, you will find the Kyori deals with the road surfaces with comfort and ease, as well as being a true doddle to live with thanks to the light and responsive steering plus a high sense of a agility. On motorways, the car is effortlessly comfortable and stable, whereas on country roads, the Kyori is keen to turn in, as well as very responsive and enjoyable.
Available in select markets in late 2018.
Pricing to be announced at a later date (EU estimate from 14k€ N/A, 15.5k€ Turbo)
The more affordable, mass motoring version of the Znopresk Zest/Zenit for the PRC market.
The 2018 Auto China will be hosting the official world premiere of the all-new 2019 LV Skywarp Edition 85. The RWD Mid-Size sedan is now in its fifth generation and continues to drive the Brand into a thriving future.
All 2019 Model year Skywarps will be Edition 85 cars to commemorate the 85th Anniversary of the very first LaVache Model 34 Standard Series rolling off the assembly line. The Edition 85 come standard with adaptive damping, the 6-speed DCT Transmission, Premium Line Infotainment system, special Black 19" Alloy wheels and unique Ipanema Lime Multi-Coat Pearl color*. Engine options remain similar to before, a 290hp Twin-Turbo 2.3L, a 350hp Twin-Turbo 3.0L and the 420hp naturally aspirated 4.4L, of course all V6. The 2.3L engine is the only option in China, while the US can also specify a 280hp 3.1L Diesel. AWD is an option on all trims.
Prices start at $32,450 for the 2.3L CS trim.
*Any other body colour may be specified at no additional cost.
Brand new for 2018, the Bogliq Nihilist Enthuse features never before seen styling, all carbon-fibre construction and revolutionary V16 powerplant!
Features a Twin Turbo, DOHC 80v V16 powerplant that’ll rev to 9200RPM, a precise six speed manual gearbox and AWD!!!
A luxuriously appointed, sports interior awaits you inside and it even has an integrated HUD!!!
Here’s some stats for all the enthusiast’s out there…
- 1024Kw @ 8500RPM
- 1389Nm @ 6600RPM
- 378Km/h V/max
- 2.4 sec 0 - 100Km/h
- 9.31 sec Q/mile
Reference track times:
- 1:58 @ Automation Test Track
- 1.11 @ Airfield
- 7.14 @ Green Hell
And the price?
Buy better, buy Bogliq
That thing’s worth more than my house… (by a considerable margin).
Why this concept can’t beat 400km/h with power better than almost 1300bhp?My cars with 1100hp can beat that speed
Maybe because your cars have low drag and low downforce made for top speed while the Boqliq has high drag and high downforce made for handling.
This looks and feels like madness. A twin-turbo, 16-cylinder AWD hypercar with a manual gearbox is a rare thing indeed. I’m waiting for it to go up against offerings from other hypercar manufacturers… If it ever happens, the resulting showdown will be a blast!
I’m very interested on the handling and performance!
Hello one and all and welcome to the AL Autos Booth here at the 2018 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition! This is a special day for AL Autos as we kick off the releases of our newly established lineup (The official release schedule for the upcoming Auto Show releases can be found here on our official forum post). Here at Beijing, we will be showing you 2 models to kick off our newly established lineup designed with newly acquired software which gave us a little more capabilities with regards to our designs. Without further ado, lets get this show on the road, shall we?
The Irev is sporting an aggressive front fascia that we designed to emphasize that this model is meant to be a joy to drive: appropriately angled, simple, yet sporty headlamps/DRL combo, a fitting nose grille which fits right in between the DRLS, and sporty mouth grilles and vents. Moving on to the rear end, the hatch is graced with elegant yet sporty looking tail lamps and exhaust tips. Between the many trims, there’s not much difference besides some accent changes. The 4 trims of the Irev weigh in anywhere from 3260 lbs (1479 kgs) to 3866 lbs (1754 kgs) depending on equipment and trim selections.
The Irev has a choice of 3 drivetrains:
Available on the RGLE and RGXLE trims is a 2.0 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine producing 151.8 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque sent to the front wheels and mated to a 6 Speed Automatic transmission + Geared LSD.
Available on the RGS trim is a turbocharged version of the same 2.0 L Turbocharged 4-cylidner engine producing 216.4 HP and 201 lb-ft of torque sent to the front wheels and mated to a 6 Speed Manual Transmission + Geared LSD.
Finally, available on the RGRS trim is a 2.3 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine producing 338.3 HP and 254 lb-ft of torque sent to all 4 wheels (40F/60R) and mated to a 6 Speed Manual Transmission + Electric LSD.
To help the Irev put its power down, the RGLE and RGXLE trims have medium compound tires and the RGS and RGRS trims have sports compound tires.
To help the Irev come to a stop, the RGLE, RGXLE, and RGS trims have specially tuned disc brakes. The RGRS trim has specially tuned vented disc brakes.
Finally, to absorb the bumps, all the trims of the Irev have Double Wishbone and Multilink suspension systems specially tuned for each of the trims.
All of these systems help the Irev perform very well on the Top Gear Test Track:
RGLE @ 1:36.3
RGXLE @ 1:36.9
RGS @ 1:27.8
RGRS @ 1:23.1
The Irev features some nifty technological features to help make your drive a more comfortable experience. The RGXLE, RGS, and RGRS trims come with AL-Infotainment complete with a push to talk voice command system, satellite navigation w/ real time traffic, AM/FM/USB radio, and AL’s WorldConnect system which allows the user to make reservations at hotels and restaurants and check the weather at any location. In addition, WorldConnect now also has a function in accident response/prevention system, standard on all trims. The prevention side of this system includes rapid flashing hazards, automatic braking assist (not available on RGS and RGRS), blind spot monitoring, cross traffic alerts, and door opening warnings in case of incoming traffic that may endanger the passenger exiting the vehicle. The response side of this system activates in the case of airbag deployment/substantial impact: Hazzard lights are turned on, multiple airbags are deployed, engine is on standby and can turn on when start button is held for 5 seconds, brakes are applied, and WorldConnect automatically contacts emergency services.
Irev RGLE: $26,424
Irev RGXLE: $30, 812
Irev RGS: $38,161
Irev RGRS: $58,423
Rennen LEC-Serenity. The second of 3 concepts chauffeurs with dignity.
More information can be found at the official Rennen Website.
For 2019 NCP is thoroughly revising the Journey. Shown here as the range-topping 2.0 X model, the Journey will continue to be an affordable and dependable sedan in China and other developing markets. Still using the same proven RCM 2.0L I4, the new 2019 Journey will be just as reliable as before.
The Quaestus was designed to stand out from the common commuter car as this is meant to bring some fun to your daily drive. The front fascia has been designed to be aggressive (but not too aggressive) with our angled and modern styled headlamps and DRLs, the fitting nose grille which leads your eyes directly to fitting and sexy grilles and vents at the bottom of the fascia. From the side, the body has been shaped to flow with the fixtures from front to rear. Onto the rear where the Quaestus gets a sleek brake light design with the bar brake light that completes the look of the rear end. From any angle, the Quaestus looks properly aggressive. The 3 trims of the Quaestus weigh in anywhere between 3742 lbs (1697 kgs) to 4193 lbs (1902 kgs).
The Quaestus has a choice of 2 drivetrains:
Available on the RGLE and RGXLE trims is a beefed up version of the 2.0 L Turbocharged 4-cylidner engine found on the Irev producing 205.6 HP and 194 lb-ft of torque sent to the front wheels and mated to a 7 Speed Advanced Automatic transmission + Electric LSD.
Available on the RGS trim is an all-new 3.2 L Twin Turbo V6 producing 329.7 HP and 323 lb-ft of torque sent to the rear wheels and mated to a 7 Speed Dual Clutch transmission + Electric LSD.
To help put the Quaestus put the power down, the RGLE and RGXLE have medium compound tires and the RGS has specialized sports compound tires.
To help the Quaestus come to a stop, all trims come with solid disc brakes that vary in size depending on the trim.
Finally, to absorb the bumps, the Quaestus comes equipped with Double Wishbone (F) and Multilink Rear Suspension systems with air springs, adaptive dampers, and active sway bars tuned specially for each vehicle.
All of these systems help the Quaestus (especially the RGS) perform well on the track:
The Quaestus features some nifty technological features to help make your drive a more comfortable experience. The RGXLE and RGS trims come with AL-Infotainment complete with a push to talk voice command system, satellite navigation w/ real time traffic, AM/FM/USB radio, and AL’s WorldConnect system which allows the user to make reservations at hotels and restaurants and check the weather at any location. In addition, WorldConnect now also has a function in accident response/prevention system, standard on all trims. The prevention side of this system includes rapid flashing hazards, automatic braking assist, blind spot monitoring, cross traffic alerts, and door opening warnings in case of incoming traffic that may endanger the passenger exiting the vehicle. The response side of this system activates in the case of airbag deployment/substantial impact: Hazzard lights are turned on, multiple airbags are deployed, engine is on standby and can turn on when start button is held for 5 seconds, brakes are applied, and WorldConnect automatically contacts emergency services. Other nifty additions include automatic dual climate control standard on the RGXLE and RGS, a HUD standard on the RGXLE and RGS, and heated seats standard on the RGXLE and RGS.
Quaestus RGLE: $35,262
Quaestus RGXLE: $37,174
Quaestus RGS: $52,577