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BAIC BJ80C (Baw B80V)

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In April next year Beijing Auto will present new SUV B80V very similar to Mercedes G-class, at least from the back:

The front is more in line with the upcoming Beijing B40.

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Re: Baw b80v

@cuisine - It seems Auto.ifeng, Cheshi (and others in the media) are a bit late :)!

Below is a three-door high roof B80V,and this picture was posted on the 4wd-related forum in July 2012.
There are dozens of camoed and uncamoed pics in the various threads.

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Re: Baw b80v

Two forum threads from July 2013 on the B80V, one of them recently referenced on Tycho's blog:
Many of the images are common to both threads, and a few have already appeared here.

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Re: Baw b80v

Likely to be renamed BJ80 before launch, according to PCauto article.
Re: Baw b80v

A fascinating 7-page article on the development of the B(J)80 with lots of images and intricate details!
Perhaps the most comprehensive article concerning this vehicle on the internet so far...

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Re: Baw B80V (BJ80)

The mighty Beijing Auto BJ80 monster SUV debuted today on the Beijing Auto Show. The BJ80 is officially still a concept but a production version is on the way. The Beijing Auto BJ80 started life as a military vehicle designated Beijing Auto 80 VJ, and later on we saw a civilian version designated Beijing Auto B80V. The BJ80 is a souped up version of the civilian version with a hefty body kit and huge 21 inch alloys.Earlier on we heard the civilian version would be powered by a 2.4 liter four-cylinder petrol engine with 143hp and 217nm, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. However, Beijing Auto surprised on the show by claiming the BJ80 is actually powered by a “4.0 liter V8″, without giving any more specifications.
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BAIC BJ80J Yongshi (2nd-gen) (new pics)

3- and 5-door:

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Note "Yongshi" (勇士) label:
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