Auto dealers announce new car models that will hit the market in the fall 15:28

Russian car dealers will start selling cars of the Chinese brand Jaecoo in the fall of 2023, and will also bring to Russia premium models of the Chinese brand Hongqi, as well as BMW iX3 electric crossovers. In this respect informs Rossiyskaya Gazeta interviewed representatives of dealer holdings.

“Among the new products, sales of Hongqi HQ9, Hongqi H9, Aito M5 and Aito M9 premium segment models, as well as Li Auto L7 and Li Auto L9, will start in the fall,” the Avtodom holding’s press service told the publication. .

Due to the expansion of the presence of Chinese car brands in our country, these cars will be offered for sale. The company also plans to bring the BMW iX3 electric crossover, whose engine can accelerate to 100 km/h in 6.8 seconds, to Russia.

Avilon Geely Sales Director Maxim Vasiliev said that the company expects the Jaecoo J7 and J8 crossovers to go on sale, this brand has not been represented in the Russian Federation before.

It was previously known that he was in Russia in October. will appear new Geely Coolray.

Source: Gazeta


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