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Geely London Taxi Company TX4 cab review

Buckle up, Guv, we're behind the wheel of a London Taxi Company TX4 made for us in China...

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London Taxi TX4 Review - The Melbourne Trial Begins

Yep. For one day only, CarAdvice is masquerading as CabAdvice too. The TX4 is a custom-made cab with a swivelling dicky seat with wheelchair ramp, free WiFi, acres of space and a flat floor for guide dogs and the like. Like anything built-for-purpose, there are fewer compromises. The shape is familiar to any Anglophile and eccentric enough to lure everyone else...

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Jaguar F-Type designer appointed Geely UK's head of design

Geely Design UK, which Burgess is set to lead, will be based in Coventry, and will have around 100 designers and support staff within five years. The Coventry-based facility will work on the Geely, Lynk & Co, Proton and Lotus brands, as well as providing support for the London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC), which makes the city's iconic black taxi cabs...

Geely FY11 'Sports Coupe SUV' revealed

The interior and exterior of the Geely 'Sports Coupe SUV', codenamed FY11, have been unveiled as the company pushes to become one of China's more premium domestic brands. Externally the FY11 mixes the silhouette of a BMW X4 with Geely's "expanding cosmos grille", and its corporate thin head- and tail-light treatment...

Geely FY11 'coupe SUV' teased

Geely has teased a new 'coupe SUV' model, codenamed FY11, but full details about the car have yet to be released. Up front the FY11 sports an angular headlight shape, and an iteration of its concentric or "expanding universe" grille design. The company claims the car's "powerful daylight running lights give [it] a strong predator cat appearance"...

Mercedes-Benz, Geely considering joint ride-hailing service - report

Daimler, parent company of Mercedes-Benz and Smart, is reportedly considering starting a 50-50 joint-venture ride-hailing service with Chinese carmaker Geely. Sources have told Bloomberg the ride-hailing system would be for the Chinese market. Daimler is reportedly considering using vehicles from its Denza electric car brand, which itself is a joint venture with BYD and produces EVs based on the first-generation B-Class...

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