Changan showcasing its Vision-V Concept in Beijing
Carmaker Changan has unveiled the Vision-V, its second show car from the series named Uni (‘Gravity’). The first concept was called Uni-T (see video), and it has since evolved into a production car that’s already on sale.
The Vision-V stays true to the philosophy of functionalism. It has its taillights and headlights linked with LED strips and the radiator grille backlit for style. The glass dome is frameless, the wing doors lack visible handles, and there are side cameras instead of mirrors. The interior has four seats and draws upon the Moebius strip theme.
Aside from the crossover SUV, the company has revealed its new logo at the Auto China show. The letter V seen on the pics is supposed to symbolically represent life and the conflux of the river Yangtze and its tributary, Jialin. It is there – in the municipality of Chongqing – that the Changan factory and headquarters are located.
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