We won't see any of these vehicles until the Shanghai Auto Show, but here is the plan from Malcolm Bricklin himself, and they aren't "cheap" cars. The cars span between a "sporty" sedan powered by V-6 and V-8 engines ($19,000), a turbocharged V-8 coupe ($25,000), a V-8 four-wheel drive seven-passenger wagon ($19,000) and a V-6 SUV ($14,000). These appear in direct contrast from the small economy cars Chery plans, starting at $7,000. This is a very ambitious plan – 250 all new dealers and service areas with not only one car, but a host of cars and engines to sell and service. It will be interesting to see. The picture above and at the link are of the "new crossover".