The unveiling of the Qoros 3 hatch was somewhat disappointing for us at AutoblogGreen in that it wasn't a production version of the plug-in hybrid concept that it showed last year in Geneva. The Chinese automaker has, however, blunted that trauma by rolling out a handsome two-wheel human/electric hybrid that we'd probably prefer to pilot more than that car. Weather permitting, at least.
Qoros 3 Hatch
It was one year ago that Chinese brand Qoros launched the 3 Sedan, a handsome, if conservatively styled, attempt to once again move Chinese-designed and built cars outside the People's Republic. For the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, we're getting a first-hand look at the brand's followup to the 3 Sedan - the 3 Hatch.
Last year, Qoros launched its brand at the Geneva Motor Show with the Qoros 3 Sedan. And when the same show opens its doors in a few months, the Chinese automaker will return with its second model, the Qoros 3 Hatch. Designed to "offer those with active outdoor lifestyles or young families with extra practicality, combined with added coolness," the Qoros 3 Hatch shares much with the trunked version, only with revised bodywork including a tailgate bodystyle, shorter overhangs front and rear and a
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