This is from Global Auto Index...
Chery has unveiled its model, a New Crossover at the Hangzhou Motor Show in China.
The car, which was originally unveiled at the 2004 Beijing Auto Show under the code name B14 is a 6-7-seater minivan developed with independent intellectual property rights. Chery was assisted by Lotus Engineering and a couple of Italian companies in the development of the new vehicle.
V525 is the first member of the V5 family, powered by a 2350 cc locally-sourced Mitsubishi engine, capable of 95 kW @ 5500 rpm and 198 Nm @ 3000 rpm.
The car rides on a 2800 mm (110.2-in.) long platform. Main dimensions are: 4662 x 1820 x 1590 mm (183.5 x 71.6 x 62.6-in.). Standard equipment includes four airbags, ABS + EBD and traction control systems, electrically operated windows, GPS navigation, DVD player etc.
It will go on sale in China in June, and this will be one of the first models to be offered in North America.
Funny it mentions "Independant Intellectual property rights", but didnt China hater say that it was built atop the Magnus Chassis?