The Chinese are getting better and better at this.. and FAST too!! This is the Chery TX concept to be shown at the Beijing Auto Show coming up soon. Not BAD!!
I thought you'd meant to imply 'Chevy' TX by typing with an ESL accent.
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The wheel arch treatment is unusual. It looks like a cheap way of making too-small wheels fit too-big wheel housings, but I don't really see why they'd do that on a concept where they have the latitude to do whatever they want.
What is this supposed to be a rip off of?
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I suggest you read this article: Chinese Car Designers: Lots of Talent, Few Job Prospects.
It sheds some light on the corporate culture of Chinese automakers and why designs come from there are so derivative. It looks like that's starting to change a bit.
These cars were designed by some kid for Beijing Auto back in 2008, and they look better and more original than any car they've made since.
Why you wouldn’t (buy an Optima SX):
Because you have your eyes on the Frigidaire Limited Edition Camry that you saw last weekend at the neighborhood Autoplex.
that looks incredible, i love the lines on it. it has a taste of korean and japanese styling and looks futuristic but at the same time very right now. theres something about it that distinctly chinese too.
this is the kind of stuff that were going to be seeing out of the auto industry as china becomes an international power house. once the chinese middle class has enough buying power theyll represent a huge segment of the automotive market so you gents are going to have to get used to it. its going to be really interesting to see where domestic chinese cars are 30 years from now.
the first thing i thought of was the new tesla