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This is a new generation Haval H6. The car was filmed for the first time inside and out

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Paparazzi in China filmed a new generation of the Haval H6 crossover, which is undergoing road tests. Despite the camouflage in the photographs, you can see various details.

This is a new generation Haval H6.  The car was filmed for the first time inside and out

The third generation Haval H6 entered the market in 2020. The new generation, which is expected next year, carries the model number B11. It will be built on the new Lemon 2.0 platform. The first generation of Lemon formed the basis of the current Haval H6, Jolion, Dargo. How Lemon 2.0 will differ from the original platform is still unclear.

This is a new generation Haval H6.  The car was filmed for the first time inside and out

Narrow headlights, shaped like boomerangs, a radiator grille with chrome elements and a large front bumper are striking. At the rear of the new H6, you can note separate lights, a roof spoiler, as well as rectangular exhaust system trims.

The cabin of the new H6 will see a lot of changes. Its center console is traversed by a huge screen. Probably, there will be three separate displays under the common glass, as is implemented in many modern Chinese cars. Also on the center console is a module for projection onto the windshield.

This is a new generation Haval H6.  The car was filmed for the first time inside and out

On the central tunnel of the new Haval H6, you can see two wireless chargers for smartphones. Various buttons are also visible, but the gearshift lever is not visible in the photo. Perhaps he will sit behind the wheel, like the Haval Mystical Beast.

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7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive. The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

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7 seats 254 hp all wheel drive The big flagship crossover

Soon Chery will have a new flagship – Tiggo 9. The characteristics of the crossover are already known, and now it has been shown on official images.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

In profile, the Tiggo 9 with headlights and lanterns that extend into the sidewalls is very reminiscent of the Range Rover Velar, but the front and, especially, the back are decorated more modestly. Illuminated logo on the front. Door handles, according to the latest fashion, are recessed into the body.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

Tiggo 9 will be built on the T2X platform, the M3x version of the Exeed sub-brand cars. The flagship status is reinforced by the dimensions: 4780 x 1920 x 1700 mm with a wheelbase of 2800 mm. Tiggo 9 will be the manufacturer’s largest crossover.

7 seats, 254 hp, all-wheel drive.  The big flagship crossover Chery Tiggo 9 was officially shown for the first time

A big car has a powerful engine. Tiggo 9 will receive a 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with a capacity of 254 hp. In the database – front-wheel drive, for a fee – full. Transmission – exclusively 7-speed robotic. Perhaps in the future, Chery will offer its own 8-speed “automatic” for the crossover.

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Vegan leather, Parisian nails and BMW colors. iQOO 11 posing in high quality images

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Vegan leather Parisian nails and BMW colors iQOO 11 posing

The iQOO 11 smartphone will be presented tomorrow, but now we have the opportunity to look at high-quality images in different versions.

Vegan leather, Parisian nails and BMW colors.  iQOO 11 posing in high quality images

The Legend version is made for BMW fans. And in this case, three branded stripes are engraved with the Clous de Paris pattern, also known as “Paris nails”. It is usually found on expensive mechanical watches and consists of small pyramid-like squares.

Vegan leather, Parisian nails and BMW colors.  iQOO 11 posing in high quality images

The base of the body is fiberglass. It is covered in what the manufacturers call vegan leather. The manufacturer also coated the material with some kind of dirt-repellent coating.

Vegan leather, Parisian nails and BMW colors.  iQOO 11 posing in high quality images

The Alpha version is more traditional. Here you can see the usual black color, and the back cover is made of glass. True, there is some engraving on it, which makes the glass rough.

According to early reports, iQOO 11 will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, Samsung E6 144Hz screen, 50MP camera and 120W charger.

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The Chinese are preparing their own fleet to deliver cars around the world

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The Chinese are preparing their own fleet to deliver cars

According to Bloomberg, China’s two largest automakers are keen to establish a stable supply of their cars around the world, for which they decided to buy their own cargo ships.

BYD ordered at least six ships in October, each carrying 7,700 vehicles, for $710 million. The state company SAIC Motor has announced a tender for seven new vessels, each of which can accommodate 8,900 vehicles.

China recently overtook Germany to become the world’s second largest car exporter, shipping nearly 2.6 million vehicles overseas in the first 10 months of 2022, surpassing 2021 volumes. Even the unexpected drop in demand for Chinese goods in October didn’t stop the trend, with car exports up 60% year-over-year to 352,000 units over the period. As a result, the turnover amounted to a record 7.1 billion dollars.

The Chinese are preparing their own fleet to deliver cars around the world

China exported more than 852,000 electric vehicles in the first 10 months of this year, up from almost zero a few years ago. More than a fifth came from Tesla electric vehicles produced at a gigafactory in Shanghai.

The shortage of ships is further stretching the car supply chain. Daily rates for ships that can carry up to 6,500 vehicles have risen to about $100,000 per day as of October, more than ten times the 2020 level and the highest on record (from 2000 to according to Clarksons).

Under such conditions, some ships that are nearly 30 years old are still in service rather than being retired, increasing the risk of accidents.

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