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Soar Goes Wild With the Brilliance Zhonghua

Soar Auto is a new name in the youthful world of Chinese automakers. It brought forth an odd-looking variant of the Brilliance Zhonghua for the Shanghai auto show — and turned out to be the latest iteration of a quirky specialist carmaker that has been around for about a decade.

Back in the late 1990s, the Saint Horse company of Qingdao manufactured bizarre four-seaters intended to look like touring cars from the 1930s — perfect for supporting roles in a wedding.

soarEagle-eyed bloggers who spotted the model shown by Saint Horse, now renamed Soar Auto, at Auto Shanghai — actually on "display" in the parking lot, not on a show stand — learned that it was a rebodied Brilliance Zhonghua sedan. The car looked a bit like a combination of a gin bottle and a pumpkin.

A further look on Soar Auto's Web site revealed other flights of fancy: a Rolls-Royce look-alike, a Brillance Zhonghua-based wagon, a Nissan-pickup-based hearse and a slightly bizarre take on the Ford Transit.

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At 11:44 AM, Blogger FabianSwinger72 said...

I really liked the transformation, that car looks like a Rolls Royce

I like the neoclassics, is a way of owning a flashy and elegant car, but with a modern and more fiable engine

I also like the Beaufort (based on old Mini Coopers), and Zimmer Motorcars (based on Ford Mustang and Lincolns) and the Mitsuokas,based in Nissans


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