Shanghai Auto Show: LIVE shots of Chery A6CC Concept
In addition to the Shooting Sport Concept, Chinese auto manufacturer Chery also had the A6CC Concept on display at the 2007 Shanghai Auto Show. The A6CC appears even more production ready than the Shooting Sport, except for those faux disc brakes that could make decelerration interesting. Our colleagues from Autoblog Chinese report that A6CC has real production possibilities as both a coupe and convertible with a choice of 3.0L V6 or 2.0L four-cylinder diesel engines. The concept has also been designed from the ground up to meet Europe's strict safety and emissions standards.
The design of the A6CC is very unassuming, almost to a fault. This may be the most subtle Chinese design ever produced, which isn't something of which many Chinese cars can be accused. The low slung coupe has a slick profile, a mildly expressive face thanks to the three-beam headlights and a clean rear end featuring dual, chrome-tipped tailpipes. Would the A6CC play in Peoria, though?
[Source: Autoblog Chinese]
Gallery: Chery A6CC Concept
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