The Silk-FAW Hongqi S9 has been revealed as a new EV hypercar with some pretty impressive stats. The boutique Chinese brand says that its latest creation is a combination of technology and art and the convergence of the classic and innovative.
TheHaval Jolion has landed in SA with local pricing for the entire range. The Chinese crossover is available in five different trims with prices starting under the R300 000 mark. All derivatives are powered by the turbocharged 1,5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine pushing 105 kW and 210 N.m of torque to the front wheels via a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The H9 is currently the largest offering from Haval (and the most expensive Chinese car on our market at R599 900)
I couldn’t help but admire Chery SA’s bravery at the launch of the J2 B-segment hatchback earlier this week. Parked alongside examples of the Chinese… Read more →