Lynk & Co Teases First Vehicle

Lynk & Co, the mysterious Chinese sub-brand of popular carmaker Geely has released a teaser image of its first vehicle, currently scheduled to be launched on October 20th.

China has always played an important part in the development and growth of the automotive industry. The country produced some of the most renowned manufacturers and transformed the way we see luxurious vehilces.

It wasn’t long ago when Chinese brand Geely first announced its plans to launch a new sub-brand called Lynk & Co. Although much hasn’t been revealed about the mysterious brand, it has been understood that the brand was developing its very first car.

The wait is now nearly over, with the brand releasing a teaser image ahead of the car’s debut later this week. The image doesn’t give much away, but it sparked a debate about what we can expect from the car.

Many are under the impression that the vehicle featured in the picture could likely be a compact crossover. Considering the appeal of such cars in China, this could be a reasonable suggestion.

Although not official, some sources are claiming that the vehicle could be called CX11. Whether this is true remains to be seen, as the brand has remained largely quiet over the last couple of months, whilst it was developing the new car.

Until the vehicle is finally revealed, all we can do is speculate and hope that Lynk & Co. knows what it’s doing.

The Chinese automotive market is doing pretty well at the moment, so it’s exciting to see new cars coming out of the country.

Geely is currently gearing up for the launch of its new SUV in the UK in the next two years, so it certainly has its hands full at the moment.

Whatever the future brings, it’s exciting to see more Chinese vehicles making it on the market. Whether Lynk & Co. will manage to make an impression however, remains to be seen.

How do you feel about the teaser images? Are you excited to learn what the brand has in store for us? Tell us how you feel and come back soon for more informative content from Interesting Car Facts.

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