I noticed that too...Maybe this is some kind of type approval test for Russian market. It does read Euro-NCAP on the door, but theres something that looks unofficial in this test...This car is not for sale in any European market, why would Euro-NCAP test this (Russia European country?) ??
chery service agent in shanghai were willing and able to install a high lift cam, springs, followers and vernier timing wheel that I sourced myself from UK in my windcloud. not a bad bunch of lads at all.
But crash tests results are nearly the same as in ORIGINAL Opel Frontera 1980s (the "father" of that Lanwind) crash tests. It's not because Landwind is bad, no - it's becase early Opel Frontera ("son" of Isuzu Rodeo) wasn't good! :lol: