The Jeep Grand Commander three-row crossover debuted at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show - sold exclusively for China. It has a 231-horsepower 2-liter, four-cylinder engine that makes 258 lb-ft off torque. Connected to FCA's ubiquitous 9-speed automatic transmission, the Jeep Grand Commander is available in a front-wheel drive (FWD) and
We're pretty sure these photos are of the 2015 Chevrolet Aveo that's headed for the Chinese market - among others. The Fast Lane Car has caught vehicles, slated for overseas markets, testing in the Rocky Mountains before. It's interesting to see a vehicle, once sold in North America, return. Even
The 2016 Lexus ES made its debut at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show with a subtle facelift and a new engine for the Chinese market.
Lexus updated the 2016 ES’s front end to look more inline with the other new cars in the lineup. Up front is a more prominent slats in the grille,
Nissan introduced a hybrid version of its Murano SUV at Auto Shanghai 2015, but gave no word on whether it would be coming to the U.S.
The Murano Hybrid is powered by the same system as the Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti QX60 Hybrids. Named the QR25DER, the powertrain pairs a supercharged, 2.5-liter
Buick released a teaser photo of the new Verano sedan, which will debut at the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show on April 19th, 2015.
The styling of the new Verano, which will be named the Wei Lang in Chinese, is based off of the 2013 Buick Riviera concept car. Buick's press release stated
We caught the Volvo V40 Cross Country and, what looks like, the Volvo V40 Polestar testing at high altitude. Upon closer inspection, (and we're guessing here), it looks like Volvo is testing new powertrains in the Volvo V40. If that's the case, it could be a new Drive-E variant, or
Hot off the Michael Bay PR machine, four new photos to wet your whistles for the upcoming Transformers 4 Age of Extinction film. Several photos are from the Chinese scenes and I'm willing to bet that the 'new' Bumble Bee Camaro is a thinly disguised representation of the next Camaro.
Behold, the mighty Bubble Car of Beijing! The TFL crew has seen many unusual vehicles overseas. Beijing, China holds some of the most unusual and odd-ball contraptions out there.
I had a conversation with a few people who had some experience with this vehicle.
Costing the equivalent of about $750, the Bubble