Chinese company Geely has released another teaser for its upcoming Lynk & Co sub-brand, this time previewing its first model.
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In the new video, it appears the company’s first offering will be an SUV, in line with a report by the UK’s Autocar this week.

Owner of both Volvo and the London Taxi Company, Geely is expected to target its new ‘L’ brand at developed markets around the world.

Reports suggest the new Lynk & Co models will be based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) that is being c0-developed by Geely and Volvo.


CMA will also underpin the Swedish manufacturer’s next-generation of 40-Series models, including the XC40 SUV, V40 hatch and S40 sedan.

The new SUV from the ‘L’ brand is reported to be closely related to the production version of the Volvo XC40.1 concept, which is expected to debut either late-2017 or early-2018.

Stay tuned for our coverage of the Lynk & Co launch later this week.