The Geely Moca concept must be one of the only cars in the world that can name a motorbike among its list of standard features.
The Moca concept is the evolution of the Chinese manufacturer’s tastily named McCar concept that turned heads at last year’s Auto Shanghai show.
The second-generation concept – revealed in these images, first published by Chinese website auto.163 – takes a few big steps forward from the McCar.
The motorbike – positioned in the boot and between the 2+2’s individual rear seats – is the first of those, given it replaces the three-wheel scooter from the McCar that lacked street cred.
The exterior styling, seemingly drawing inspiration from the Kia Sportage, is also considerably sportier than the bubbly goldfish looks of the first-gen concept.
Geely has not yet released details of the Moca’s powertrain – or those of the embedded motorbike – although it is expected to be similar to the hybrid/electric system utilised by the earlier concept. The McCar was motivated by a petrol-electric hybrid system that simultaneously charged the battery of the electric scooter, which had a range of approximately 29km.
The Geely Moca is just one of the many quirky cars we are looking forward to seeing at this year’s Beijing motor show, which kicks off on Monday.