Chinese car firm set to expandMon, 30 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
CHINA’S newest car brand, aimed at the luxury end of the booming Chinese car market, is to release a second model to its range.
Qoros, which introduced the 3 Sedan at the 2013 Geneva and Shanghai motor shows, is set to introduce the as-yet unnamed model in March, again at the Geneva show.
Among the manufacturer’s claims are that the new car will boast European levels of materials quality, as well as advanced technology like an eight-inch touch-screen display and a Cloud-based infotainment system.
It will be built on the same platform as the 3 Sedan, using a similar style of scalable modular architecture design to those used by the Volkswagen Group and Peugeot-Citroen.
The company will also be aiming to repeat the 3 Sedan’s impressive five-star Euro NCAP result.
Ultimately the brand wants to expand into all global markets, but no date has yet been set for its full European debut.
By Press Association reporter