Personally, I don't think it is bad looking. From the angle of those pictures, it resembles more of a BMW X6 or MB GLE coupe, to me. But I agree that it is not a very original design.
Lower it some more with some sportier wheels with a BMW badge on the back and it can pass off as a BMW, that to me signals they have work to doPersonally, I don't think it is bad looking. From the angle of those pictures, it resembles more of a BMW X6 or MB GLE coupe, to me. But I agree that it is not a very original design.
Sure they can win on price but that's only good for short-term buyers. Once you've gotten well past the break in period, concerns around reliability start to grow.I think it looks decent too, assuming it will be a much cheaper alternative to newer SUV's from German brands. Availability is a concern though, because I don't think its going to be offered globally. I've seen no confirmation for Europe.
Finding a niche to stand out in sometimes leads to a success and Geely might have found it. Before it was Kia/Hyundai now its GAC and Geely.The adoption rates for these Chinese alternatives will be very low in NA/Europe to start. Initial build quality looks decent, but people will be wary of an unestablished brand. Riding on the same platform as the XC40 is a smart way to invoke confidence.