You never know what you'll find cruising the halls of the Shanghai Motor Show. China Car Times has discovered a true oddity of automotive evolution – the Beijing Auto T60 Sedan. What's so curious about this particular four-door? As you may recall, BAIC recently got its hands on the old Saab 9-3 platform, and word on the web is that the automaker was itching to prove that it can hone aging bones into an attractive vehicle. The result is the T60. According to the Chinese automaker, the concept will reach production by 2012.
According to CCT, the T60 received a warm welcome from the auto show crowd. Though the vehicle makes use of design elements lifted from Volvo, Honda and Lexus, the overall effect is attractive enough and as far from the aging 9-3 as you can get. Head over to China Car Times to see the full monty and to check out a complete gallery of the T60 concept.

[Source: China Car Times]

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      ... I'm annoyed at the pictures that were taken. There was no full front shot of the car with both headlights. The headlight design is pretty nice but I can't tell overall how the grill look without a full view of the front.
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      Considering how bad the previous 9-5 variant work, this one looks like a peach.
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      the front grill looks like from a mercedes with mazda interior...
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      ok, it's BAIC - I take that back Jason, carry on.....
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      that headlight does not look like a Saab......JASON!!!! CALM DOWN!!!!!!
      • 3 Years Ago
      i don't like "fake" greenhouses, those with pieces of black plastic on the C pillar that extends the window line past the door. Either it should be big enough to be glass or don't do it, lol. I like the signed wheels, but the car isn't anything special.
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