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Lynk & Co 01 L spied
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21st Mar 2019
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Lynk & Co 01 L spied

Photographers have snapped the first images of a long-wheelbase Lynk & Co 01, ahead of an anticipated reveal later this year. Essentially a stretched version of the 01 in the same way the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace is a long-wheelbase version of the Tiguan, the Lynk & Co 01 'L' will feature enhanced rear passenger space thanks to the extra distance between the axles, along with a seven-seat option.
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James Wong
2019 Lynk & Co 03 revealed
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2nd Aug 2018
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2019 Lynk & Co 03 revealed

The Lynk & Co 03 sedan has been revealed ahead of its official debut a the Chengdu motor show in September, becoming the company's third model line and its first non-SUV. In terms of design, there are few surprises given the various teasers have been released over the past month, along with the fact it's largely unchanged from the 03 concept revealed at last year's Shanghai motor show.
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James Wong
2019 Lynk & Co 03 teased
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23rd Jul 2018
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2019 Lynk & Co 03 teased

Lynk & Co has teased its upcoming 03 sedan with a set of official 'spy images' this week, ahead of a full debut later this year or early next. Set to become the new Chinese brand's third model when it goes on sale, the Lynk & Co 03 will share its Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) platform with its 01 and 02 stablemates, along with the Volvo XC40.
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James Wong
Lynk & Co 02 surfaces online
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21st Nov 2017
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Lynk & Co 02 surfaces online

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James Wong
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21st Nov 2017
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Lynk & Co 02 surfaces online

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China's Geely takes majority stake in Lotus, shares in Proton
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24th May 2017
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China's Geely takes majority stake in Lotus, shares in Proton

China's largest privately-owned automotive group, Zhejiang Geely Holding, has agreed to a deal that will hand it the majority stake in famed British sports-car brand Lotus. The Chinese group - which also owns Volvo Cars and the London Taxi Company - will also take a 49.9 per cent share in Lotus' current parent, Malaysian company Proton. The binding heads of agreement announced today is between Geely's holding company and the current umbrella for Proton/Lotus, DRB-HICOM.
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