Changfeng Wheels Out New and Old in Shanghai Auto Show

Published April 25, 2013

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The Shanghai Auto Show is still on going and thus we have lots of coverage to share. Changfeng may have been snapped up by Guangzhou Auto but that hasnt slowed the Changsha based auto maker down at all, they are still concentrating on producing as many variations of the 1991 Mitsubishi Pajero as possible. The Pajero was a main staple of the Peoples Liberation Army before they realized they were using the vehicle and supply chain parts of their biggest foe, its unclear as to where Changfengs future lies, perhaps they will continue to make variations of the old Mitsubishi Pajero as shown here in a new concept car or if they will be merged into Guangzhou Auto completely and will just remain as a token reminder in the Chinese automotive history books.

The Changfeng Q5 shown above seems to be an updated version of the 91 Pajero, you can see it in the roof lines and especially the guttering, it maybe old but it doesnt stop it from looking good.




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