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Lynk & Co 02 revealed

Shortly after detailing its European launch plans, Chinese start-up Lynk & Co has revealed its latest model – the 02 crossover. Launched in Amsterdam, the Lynk & Co 02 is the third offering to be unveiled by the Geely subsidiary, joining the larger 01 SUV and the 03 sedan...

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Lynk & Co plans six-model range, limited private sales
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Lynk & Co plans six-model range, limited private sales

Geely’s new Lynk & Co sub-brand is set for an aggressive launch schedule, meaning there will be at least three different models when exports, including to Australia, begin. The 01 SUV (pictured) has just gone on sale in China, and will be followed in short order by a lower-roofed crossover branded the 02, along with a more conventional three box saloon...


Lynk & Co 02 surfaces online
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Lynk & Co 02 surfaces online

The upcoming Lynk & Co 02 crossover has leaked online this week, giving us a first look at the third model in the young Chinese company's range. Posted by Britain's Autocar, the 02 will slot below the larger 01 SUV, while sharing the CMA platform co-developed by parent companies Geely and Swedish marque Volvo...


Mysterious Lynk & Co concept surfaces online, could preview upcoming 02 sedan
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Mysterious Lynk & Co concept surfaces online, could preview upcoming 02 sedan

A new Lynk & Co sedan concept has surfaced online this week, complete with scissor-style doors and futuristic styling. The images, taken by Fred Etoall for the Chinese manufacturer and published online by Adamsky Management, show a striking sedan which combines Lynk & Co's bold corporate face and a sedan body - as opposed to the SUV aesthetic adopted by the 01 crossover revealed late last year...


2018 Lynk & Co '02' sedan spied
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2018 Lynk & Co '02' sedan spied

The Lynk & Co '02' sedan has been spotted undergoing hot weather testing in southern Europe. Launched in October 2016, Lynk & Co is a new global brand for Geely, which will sit above the Chinese automaker's own marque, but below Volvo. Like the Lynk & Co 01 crossover, the new sedan is based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) that's being developed by Volvo...