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Haval HB-02, HR-02 SUV concepts preview future styling
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9th May 2016
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Haval HB-02, HR-02 SUV concepts preview future styling

Chinese SUV brand Haval has unveiled a pair of new concepts, intended to preview the company’s future styling direction. The show cars, dubbed HB-02 and HR-02, appear to feature different stages of production readiness, with the white HR-02 wearing a look more in-line with the brand’s current styling. With a large Audi-like grille again dominating the front end, the HR-02 compact SUV concept’s styling reaches back to a more sporting look than that worn by any current Haval model.
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Mike Stevens
2017 Lexus IS facelift unveiled - UPDATE
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26th Apr 2016
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2017 Lexus IS facelift unveiled - UPDATE

UPDATE: Lexus Australia has confirmed a 2017 local launch for the revised IS range. An updated version of the Lexus IS luxury sedan has been unveiled at the 2016 Beijing motor show. The 2017 Lexus IS brings with it a revamped front-end design including newly reformed headlights that still sit proudly above those tick-shaped daytime running lights. Below the (apparently) L-shaped DRLs are new, very large air intakes that certainly make the IS appear a little more sporty up front.
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Matt Campbell
LeEco LeSee electric sedan revealed for Beijing motor show
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24th Apr 2016
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LeEco LeSee electric sedan revealed for Beijing motor show

Chinese tech company LeEco, already known for backing electric vehicle startup Faraday Future and Aston Martin's upcoming RapidE EV, has revealed an ultra-green offering of its own. Formerly known as LeTV, often described as 'the Netflix of China', LeEco has expanded its operations beyond entertainment to focus on other products like electric vehicles (EVs).
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Sam Rawlings
2017 Haval H7 set for Australian launch next year
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19th Apr 2016
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2017 Haval H7 set for Australian launch next year

Chinese SUV company Haval expects to launch its new H7 SUV in Australia by the second half of 2017, the company's local arm has confirmed with CarAdvice today. Signalling the importance of the Australian market in Haval’s global expansion, ours will be the first right-hand-drive region to get the H7.
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Mike Stevens