2018 Zotye T300 EV SUV Interior and Exterior Overview

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2017 Zotye T300 CVT In Depth Review

This is the production version of the Zotye T300 SUV. It debuted in concept form on the Beijing Auto Show in April and the real thing will be launched on the Chinese car market in the first half of 2017. The car on the photos is the EV version, seen on a Zotye dealer event. The T300 is the first zotye in a long while that isn’t a clear copy of another car. Good. The petrol powered T300 will cost between 60.000 and 90.000 yuan. The EV version will likely be a bit more expensive. Petrol engine is a 1.5 turbo with 162hp and 215nm. No specs available on the EV version yet. The dash is a beauty. Zotye is really getting into digital, and they are doing a great job. Fully digital instrument panel and a large touch screen. Drive selector button. Earlier on this image leaked, showing the petrol version with a trendy shiny gear lever instead of the selector button of the EV. Dials and screen look stunning. And the EV version will be called… T300EV. Blue is the color of green cars in China and the t300EV has a lot of it. Badges are blue, and there is an entire blue city stickered on the sides. Music Credit : PACIFIC SUN by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/kbqmEJTr3nU

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This blue barge is the new Zotye Traum Meet 3, and isn’t that a great name for a vehicle? “I have a Meet 3”. “Wow cool!” Traum is a new brand under Zotye Auto, the name means dream in German. The Traum brand is aimed at young and cool people, folks who dig a name like Meet 3. The Chinese name has nothing with dreams of Germany; Junma (君马) is best translated as Supreme Horse. The English slogan is Driven by Dreams. The Chinese slogan, translated, Dream for a Horse. It all makes so much sense, as usual, at Zotye. Interestingly, the Traum-branded cars are manufactured by Jiangnan Auto, a subsidiary of Zotye most famous for building China’s cheapest car; the Jinan Alto, a continuation of the ancient second generation Suzuki Alto. The Meet 3 is based on the Zotye SR7. To turn the SR7 into the Meet 3 Zotye changed the front, the rear, the badges, and added some chrome bits. And tadaa!, a new car was born. It is so easy. The engine of the Meet 3 comes straight out if the SR7 too: a 1.5 turbo with 152 hp and 195 Nm, mated to a 5-speed manual or a CVT. With a blue Traum badge. The Meet 3 will hit the Chinese car market in January 2018 for about 70.000 yuan or $10.600. Not too much for a dream that is also a horse and also a car!

2018 Lynk & Co 02 Crossover SUV Interior and Exterior Overview

Set to arrive in Europe in 2020, we’ve been for an early drive in the Lynk & Co 02 SUV, here’s a chance you may not have heard of Lynk & Co. The brand only appeared at the end of 2016, but in that short space of time it has come a relatively long way. Two models are already on sale in China, with a third in the pipeline. Think of the company as Volvo’s more adventurous younger brother, and you’ll be on the right lines. It’ll be a few years until Lynk & Co appears in the UK with right-hand drive models, but the brand is coming, and the 02 – driven here for the first time – has been designed with a European market in mind. The company’s rapid growth has been made possible by the power of its parent company, Geely, one of China’s largest car makers. When Lynk & Co arrives it will be positioned as a more affordable alternative to Volvo; just as Skoda is to Volkswagen. But being cheaper doesn’t mean a sacrifice when it comes to design or tech; the 02 is essentially a Volvo XC40 in a new designer suit. Visually, it’s a welcome antidote to the current tidal wave of mundane and conservative SUVs - the 02’s more daring shape and design cues giving it real kerb appeal. It’s a similar story inside; the cabin is trimmed with a mix of leather, aluminium and textured plastics. A 10.2-inch display sits flush in the centre console and is controlled by touch or voice commands. In testament to how intuitive the infotainment system is to use, even in our Chinese spec test car the menus and sub menus were simple enough to navigate. The driving position is low, there’s lots of adjustment in the steering wheel and build quality is first rate. Our car rolled out of Lynk & Co’s brand new £1.4 billion state-of-the-art factory in Zhangjakou, on the outskirts of Beijing – and on this evidence, it looks like the negative connotations associated with being ‘Made in China’ will soon be a thing of the past. In Europe, every Lynk & Co model will be electrified, which means the 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine we’re driving here won’t be offered. It will, however, form a basis of the plug-in hybrid version. In our car, the trademark three-cylinder thrum was well muted. Refinement has been a particular focus point in the car’s development, and that becomes more apparent as you begin to make progress. The light steering, cushioned ride and smooth seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox makes it a composed and civilized crossover to drive. It also packs a punch, developing 178bhp and 245Nm of torque. Power delivery is far smoother than the boosty and frantic nature many three-cylinder engines are known for; suiting the car’s more mature and refined character. At motorway speeds there was some noticeable wind noise around the A-Pillar, while the ride felt a little more unsettled – fidgeting over surfaces that seemed perfectly smooth to the naked eye. European cars will get a slightly tweaked suspension set-up, however. Our test route around the roads of the Zhangjakou plant didn’t give us the opportunity to fully assess the car’s handling, but it’s clear the car’s softer and more comfort-focused setup is unlikely to win favour with keener drivers. Despite it being relatively compact, the 02 is rather practical; there’s enough space for two six footers in the back with knee and headroom to spare. There are no boot measurements just yet but it’s clear the space is pretty standard for this type of vehicle. What’s not so standard is the way Lynk & Co will sell its vehicles. Buyers can pay for them outright – our top spec test car costing around 200,000 RMB in China (£23,000) – or pay one monthly fixed fee to cover all vehicle costs. It’s too early for any initial figures, but the complexity and hassle that monthly fee will remove from the car buying process will surely appeal to the younger customers Lynk & Co is targeting.

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This is what happens when Zotye tries to be somewhat original. It looks interesting, see for example how they did the mirrors. Well, at least they tried. The Zotye T300 is a new compact SUV. It will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.
It looks okay until the B-pillar. Design around the C-pillar is daring. There is a line going from the front-door handle over the rear-door handle over the rear fender and then down into the rear light. I have to get used to that line. The wheels are a little bit too small but they sport sporty alloys and red brakes. Roof rails appear to be usable.
The interior is easier on the eye. There is a digital instrument panel, a 10 inch touch screen, some nice looking faux-leather and some shiny lines.

The T300 will be powered by a 1.5 turbo with 145hp and 205nm, mated to a five speed manual or a CVT, sending horses to the front wheels. Price will start around 60.000 and end around 80.000 yuan. There will also be an EV version.
The Zotye Auto badge, in handwriting, is improperly aligned. The lights look cool. The T300 badge has the two zeros in red. That is cool as well, we applaud red or partially red badges on turbocharged cars. The shiny lines in the bumper are okay. So far so good. But! I can see a muffler. I can see it very well. I can see almost half of the muffler sticking out from under the bumper. That is not cool. That is not okay. That is not good. We are not in making tractors here are we? A muffler should be neatly hidden. Zotye usually gets this right, but not with the T300. They better stick to cloning.

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