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New Red Flag H9 for Luxury C + Class Cars Debuts at the Great Hall of the People

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Red Flag H9 is positioned as a C + class luxury sedan, designed by former Rolls-Royce Design Director Giles Taylor. The new car is built with a new vertical rear-drive platform, with an air suspension, and a 3.0L V6 supercharged engine. The specific parameters have not been announced yet. The new car's real car was unveiled at the press conference tonight. The official announcement of the Red Flag H9 real car will meet consumers tomorrow. (The quality of the live pictures is slightly lower, please forgive me)

Giles Taylor, graduated from the famous Royal College of Art in London in 1992 with a major in vehicle design. He was a designer at Citroen, responsible for the design of the Citroen Xsara model and the C3 concept car. After 13 years at Jaguar, he was the core designer , Responsible for the design of a series of models such as XJ and XK. In 2012, Giles Taylor took over the role of Design Director of Rolls-Royce, and successfully designed many successful models, such as Phantom, Phantom, and a new generation of Phantom. Today, Giles Taylor is vice president and chief creative officer of global design for any steam group.

The appearance of the Red Flag H9 not only inherits the classics, but also caters to the current popular elements. The vertical grid symbolizing "" Alpine waterfalls and mainstays "" is still retained. The red flag runs from the front canopy to the lower part of the mid-net. The design inspiration comes from the "central axis" of Beijing's urban construction art. Matrix headlights with sharp LED daytime running lights create a majestic and fearful look. A thick U-shaped decorative strip runs through the headlights and the central net, which means "Eagle Spread Wings", and the U-shaped decorative strip also has a light-emitting function, which is even more distinguished.


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