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Thursday, October 24, 2019

New crossover concept from Taiwan

Before an auto expo was held officially, the world's automotive manufacturers were usually reluctant to display or leak their new car info. But not with one of the Taiwanese automotive manufacturers, San Yuan Design.
The San Yuan Concept on display at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2pASm5G)
For most of us, the name of this car manufacturer might sound familiar. Now through the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Taiwanese auto manufacturer is rumored to have an alliance with Yamaha intending to go international, by introducing their newest concept car named, San Yuan Concept.

As reported by Zing, the San Yuan Concept combines the concept of crossover and 2-door coupe. The car shown with eye-catching design themes. But if you look closely, the design was similar to the Nissan Juke and Toyota C-HR.
Front view of San Yuan Concept on display at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oPlBlq)
This car is also mentioned oriented to the future car, with its front view looks modern. The lighting system has also applied the LED lights. Then the front grille is given a glossy black color and a three-circle logo is attached which will instantly remind us of the Audi logo.

San Yuan Concept is equipped with a luxuriously designed dual-tone multi-spoke alloy wheel. While the cabin looks bright with a mixture of bright colors, red, white, yellow, blue and black.
Dashboard view of San Yuan Concept on display at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2oPlBlq)
There are two big screens on the dashboard, one of which functions as an entertainment system. One other screen is positioned slightly downward, which functions to control the HVAC or four-seat layout.
The car cabin seems modern as well. There are almost no settings buttons for the feature. The buttons were on three digital display units. Uniquely, its steering wheel adopted an aircraft stick design. We don’t know what powers it, but the rev meter’s red line starts at 6,000 rpm, so that suggests it has a conventional gasoline engine, matched to an automatic transmission. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SAN YUAN | AUTOCAR | CARSCOOPS]
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