Geely KingKong let loose on unsuspecting Chinese public
The rather ironic name has two meanings in the car's native tongue. Taken literally in Chinese it means "steel concrete" but could also be interpreted as "strong" because of its connection with Hollywood's most famous giant gorilla. In our own play money the KingKong would cost around $8,350. Around Autoblog Towers, at least one staffer thinks that KingKong has a certain Aura (*cough*) about it... what do you think?
Check out a full gallery of KingKong pics after the jump...
[Source: Autoblog Chinese]
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