Could be exclusive to the Chinese market.
Qoros will soon unveil their biggest product yet, the Qoros 5 crossover, which is expected to make its debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show 2015 in November.
Although unconfirmed, the Qoros 5 crossover is reportedly 4,587 mm long, 1,878 mm wide and 1,676 mm tall. The design is nearly similar to its smaller Qoros 3 brothers, featuring large swept back headlamps that mimic the styling of the Range Rover Evoque, large wrap-around LED taillamps, round fog lamps with chrome bezels, and an upright Qoros grille.
Power is sourced from a 1.6-liter turbo petrol engine, which produces 154 bhp. It is paired to a 6-speed dual clutch automatic. It's unclear if an AWD system will be offered for higher variants.
Given that Qoros only sold 51 cars in Europe last year, it's likely that the Qoros 5 crossover will be exclusive to the Chinese market, for now. Following its debut, sales is expected to begin in early 2016.