China's Dongfeng shows off their memorably named EQ7200HEV hybrid!
Those who remember the Nissan Altima of the late '0s might find the vehicle in the photo slightly familiar. Apparently Chinese automaker Dongfeng is still making cars based on the car that was badged as the Bluebird in Asian markets. They have just announced a new hybrid sedan with the ever so easy to recall name EQ7200HEV and a grille that looks reminiscent of Ford's current three bar layout in blacked-out form. It has a 1.6L gas engine and lithium batteries. Dongfeng is planning to build the car within three years at a price of about $33,000, which is fairly pricey for the Chinese market.
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