Chinese car-maker unveils its take on the Volvo XC40 that could be sold Down Under
Geely has pulled the drapes off an all-new SUV that could potentially become its best-selling model in export markets like Australia.
Releasing full pictures of the car it plans to reveal this April at the Shanghai auto show, China’s biggest car-maker has yet to release full details, or even the name, of its all-new SUV, except to say it is being developed under the ‘KX11’ codename.
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