• Nov 18th 2006 at 6:14PM
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Chinese carmaker DongFeng introduced its D120 sports car at the Beijing show Saturday. The two-door apparently was created by mating a Solstice with a streeted-up Tiburon and has a 137-hp, 2.4-liter engine. The rear wing's height is adjustable, apparently by way of an old-fashioned bellows-type device, or else the D120 has a built in accordian underneath its rear hatch. That's the most we can say with much confidence. The Autoblog Chinese post, translated by Google, is somewhat hard to understand. Here's an example of some of its description after translation. Feel free to help us make sense of it...

"Safety, equipped with SRS airbag, a double-door antitrapping tightening belts and electric windows; Comfort. CD system with eight-inch LCD super, and after stretching, swinging around from top to bottom; cars are also equipped with the tail depends on probe Ergonomics with leather chairs, prudent elegance; top electric car with a sunroof and adjustable shading plate antitrapping Spoiler body and tail support ring smoother transition."

Not so sure we want our next car to have "probe Ergonomics."

More photos after the jump.

[Source: Hazik at China Car Forums and Autoblog China]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Every time I see one of these Chinese "automakers" come out with a "concept" or what not, I definitely see styling cues from established cars from other automakers. This is very similar to the chinese branded children toys (action figures - GI JOE, Power Rangers, Transformers, etc.) that pop up in stores & strike a similar resemblance to already established toys. Is this a bad thing? Maybe not so much with the toy industry... but I think you should be more original when designing a automobile. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery I suppose. Just my .02
      • 8 Years Ago
      #44 made me laugh. through my nose!
      • 8 Years Ago
      This *IS* a Tiburon, after a LSD-fueled makeover. Look at the doors and door handles, they're identical to those found on a Tiburon. The chinese are known for this... the Chery QQ, anyone?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Seriously... what's with the Chinese automakers and the stupid vehicle names: "EQ7240BP"?


      Why can't they give the cars some real names. Reminds me of the early 80's and the high tech names of cars , such as the Merkur XR4TI. Except the "XR4TI" rolls of much better than "EQ7240BP".
      • 8 Years Ago
      oh no! i gotta puke!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow that is freeking ugly.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Why does a car of this size and such weak power need a wing? Seriously, we all know it is for show, so why not make it a sticker queen and put a decal in place and cut the cost of manufacturing by 50%?

      BTW, Dong and Feng are two interpretive words I'd not like in the same sentance. lol
      • 8 Years Ago
      Please someone take their pencils away no more design for you.
      • 8 Years Ago
      hey the good news is that, its not coming here to the states, second is the girl in the pic is really cute. boing... :)
      • 8 Years Ago
      See what it is right, is the newest thing in cargo versatillity. Everyone has, oh so boring, "split folding rear seats". These Chinese are on top things with the expanable trunk. Give 'em a hand, c'mon. Genius at work people...genius at work
      Greg A.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I bet this design saw the light of day only because it was penned by the offspring of someone high up in the Communist Party heirarchy.
      • 8 Years Ago
      What a fck is it???!!! Hhauhuahauhau a Pockemon view of a Tiburon coupe... enven canary yellow... my god, what they use to copy other designs instead trying to create something? Thats the answer!
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