The new Chinese car manufacturers are coming in from all sides. The latest is UNI. According to Car News China, UNI was created by Changan Automobile, a local car brand with partnerships with Ford and more recently with the PSA Group. UNI was launched to attract young customers looking for a vehicle with dynamic styling.
The brand's first model is an SUV and the design chosen seems particularly successful, which is promising for UNI's future. The UNI-T, that's its name, will be presented at the Beijing Motor Show in April. With a length of 4.52 m, a width of 1.87 m and a wheelbase of 2.71 m, the T belongs to the compact SUV category.
The front end features a particularly elaborate front grille surrounded by orange L-shaped inserts. At the very top are the slim LED daytime running lights. The T has a very flowing profile line with concealed door handles. They are flush for the front doors and integrated in the C-pillar for the rear doors.
The rear appears very aggressive with a two-part spoiler and taillights with a sophisticated look. In the lower section, a diffuser appears, framed by four exhaust pipes. We're already sure that they won't all be real! The rear window is fairly slanted, just like on the Nissan Juke. Two gasoline engines will be offered, a 1.5L and a 2.0L, both turbocharged. Prices are yet unknown.