Blog: Chery QQ
Dave Leggett | 22 March 2004
The issue of 'piracy' in China looks set to run and run. We've published a feature today - written by Mark Bursa - that looks at the subject and so i found myself searching the web for pictures of the QQ. SAIC-Chery's website was strangely unforthcoming - vehicle makers normally like to crow about their wonderful new models, but there was no mention of the QQ that I could see and no QQ images to download under the website's 'product' heading.
Fortunately, Budapest-based Pal Negyasi was able to assist in double-quick time. He has got a pretty good global online passenger vehicle database too, which is well worth knowing about (see below link - much of it is free to access).
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