Sunday, December 13, 2009

New Huatai sedan



This is one Chinese brand I hadn't heard of,yet.
I guess their way to be noticed is to squeeze a Bentley looking grille on an otherwise OK looking mid sized sedan.
From the back it could be the next Mitsubushi Galant. Or something.

But the real visual nightmare is up front. Where the Bentley grille meets .. I'm not sure what...

13 comments:

artandcolour said...

yeah, that one's a hot mess, from bland to vomitous tp OK in one big swirly hot mess.

Papa Ratzi said...

You never heard about Huatai (or Hawtai as it is also spelled) yet. It's possibly many of these new chinese brands will disappear in future as many european and american ones did one hundred years ago.
About Huatai I saw some time ago another model which far more than this one was a rip off of a Bentley.

el_monty said...

I first heard of Huatai about a year ago. They make versions of discontinued Hyundai off-roaders (under license). It seems that now they want to introduce their own designs...

Anonymous said...

It must be the new 2010 Fiatrysler 300, or the Honcura TR-L with SH-AWD smart luxury sedan.

Anonymous said...

ZZZzzzzzzzz.

Who cares.

Anonymous said...

Could you imagine there being this many American startups coming out of nowhere? It would be like the 20s all over again.

This may be what's happening in the electric arena.

Anonymous said...

Im pretty sure the vehicle in question here is a Daewoo with a customised front

Anonymous said...

Looks like Chevy Cobalt front with a Bentley grill, and the back looks like a 2003 Infiniti M45.

Anonymous said...

Hey is that the back of an Acura RL?

Anonymous said...

Looks like a Camry with Chrysler Sebring/BMW 5-series headlights & a Chrysler 300/Bently grill!

Paul said...

Daewoo Tosca/Chevrolet Epica with a bat stuck on the front.

Korean / chinese crap said...

looks like that new hyundai/kia thingy

Anonymous said...

It's like an Altima, Impala, and Pontiac G8 had a three-way and put on a Bentley mask to make things more "interesting."