BYD T6 – is it Photoshop Tuesday?

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The big news on various motor websites, both Chinese and Foreign, today are BYD’s plans to make their very own Cayenne look-a-like:
byd t6 227x300 BYD T6   is it Photoshop Tuesday?

This could be a little bit of Photoshop fun, or it could be the real thing. However, we doubt a 2.0L 4 Cylinder engine would be able to move anything thats as big as a Cayenne.

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9 Comments

  • May 5, 2009

    Hi Ash.
    The picture is clearly a photoshop.
    The page is clearly from an official internal BYD paper, I have seen these booklets before (and that is really alarming). They expect to introduce the car in september 2010, selling it for 100.000 yuan, equipped with a 2-litre engine.
    What to make from it! It will be awfull.

  • belema fibbs
    May 5, 2009

    byd cant be that funny,after hving be a follower of their propress over the years i know they will never instal;l a 2 litre engine to power such a heavy vehicle if they do it will definately damage their reputationin the long run.

  • Joe
    May 5, 2009

    I pray that this is a joke…

  • Head Honcho
    May 5, 2009

    Maybe it will be smaller and more car like. Is BYD the one that makes the SCEO X5 look a like?

  • jackson liu
    May 6, 2009

    wow… they have managed to make the Cayenne even UGLIER!!

    hahaha

  • 9889
    May 6, 2009

    seriously, are people within BYD f-ing retarded? i just dont understand.

  • May 6, 2009

    BYD needs to understand that knowing how to use Photoshop is not the same as designing.

  • mememe
    May 7, 2009

    This is not even funny. BYD is either fucked up in the head or some retard on the net pleasuring himself with the photoshop.

  • skeptical
    August 10, 2010

    I don’t think Porsche even has the time to bother about BYD copying their models. Automobiles manufactured in the PRC are not even street legal on many nations. Unless this “T6″ is a success, which i highly doubt it will ever be, we don’t need to worry about BYD.

    Heck, even Chinese auto manufacturers copy cars made in SOUTH KOREA. Even South Korea’s auto industry does not depend on copy cars to thrive.

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