Media preview days are 26 & 27 September
What is usually the world’s largest motor show in even numbered years will be a much scaled down affair in 2020. Nonetheless, after a delay of six months, AutoChina is set to go ahead during the last week of September. The latest additions to just-auto.com’s list of expected premieres are from Honda.
More information about future models can be found by searching PLDB, just-auto’s global vehicle database. Simply click on the link at the end of this list.
Audi A3 L: not yet confirmed as a debutante this extended wheelbase sedan will soon be in production at FAW Volkswagen’s Foshan plant.
Bestune B70: third generation model is a 4,810 mm long sedan powered by a 124 kW 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol turbo.
Chery Tiggo 3X Plus: high-spec variant has a different front end to the existing small SUV.
Chery Tiggo 8 Plus: a luxurious version of the 4.7 m long SUV.
Geely Preface: development code for this 4,785 mm long four-door fastback is FS11.
Haval H2: awaiting confirmation from GWM that this new generation of the small SUV will be making its worldwide premiere.
Honda CR-V PHEV: likely to be manufactured in Wuhan by the Dongfeng Honda JV but confirmation awaited.
Honda EV concept: only a sketch at the moment with full details yet to be disclosed.
Hozon Auto: Eureka 03 concept should be a preview of an electric sedan to supplement the existing Eureka 01, an SUV.
Human Horizons HiPhi X concept: revealed as a prototype in July 2019, this large electric crossover will be the start-up brand’s first model.
Hyundai Custo: the brand’s first MPV for the Chinese market, this Sonata-based model is due on sale in the fourth quarter.
Leap Motor C01 or C11: no official name yet for an electric crossover which will be the production version of the C-More concept from AutoShanghai 2019.
Lynk & Co 06 / 06 PHEV: 4,340 long crossover uses BMA architecture and powered by a three-cylinder petrol turbo engine / same 1.5-litre turbo plus a single motor.
Lynk & Co DC1E: this is the first vehicle for PMA (Pure electric Modular Architecture), a new platform which will be also be used for Geely, Volvo and Polestar EVs. The Lynk & Co five-door hatchback is said to be 4,850 mm long, 1,980 mm wide and 1,530 mm high with a 2,999 mm wheelbase.
MG 5: a fastback-look sedan which is based upon the earlier but out of production GT.
MG Linghang: this could be either a facelift and name change for the HS or a separate model, albeit based on the HS. Confirmation from SAIC is awaited.
Roewe i6 Max & i6 Max PHEV: first of the pair is powered by a 178 hp and 275 Nm 1.5-litre turbo engine, while the i6 Max PHEV adds a single motor for a combined power output of 308 hp and 480 Nm.
Roewe iMax: previewed by the iM8 concept at a brand event held in May, the production model could premiere unless SAIC holds it over until the Guangzhou show in November.
Wuling Victory: Chinese market sales of this 4,875 mm long six-seat MPV will commence in Q4.
More detail on past, current and forthcoming models can be found in PLDB, the future vehicles database which is part of GlobalData’s Automotive Intelligence Center.