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Beijing 2010: First Auto Works Red Flag limo is fit for government work


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Filed under: Sedan, China, Government/Legal, Beijing Motor Show, Luxury

FAW Red Flag - Click above for high-res image gallery

Beijing-based First Auto Works has long been the provider of the official transportation for the hierarchy of the People's Republic of China. Back in the 1950s, FAW started off building a localized version of the standard Soviet parade car, and over the past half century, they have evolved. FAW has also built licensed stretched sedans based on Audi and Lincoln vehicles.

Here at the Beijing Motor Show, FAW is showing off a new limo that is a modern interpretation those original models from the 1950s, but with a greenhouse and door array that looks more like a contemporary Rolls-Royce Phantom. We couldn't find any press materials written in English, but we have reason to believe that this machine is powered by a V12 engine that looks suspiciously like the one from the BMW 7 Series V12 of the late-1980s.

Photos by Sam Abuelsamid / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.

Beijing 2010: First Auto Works Red Flag limo is fit for government work originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 23 Apr 2010 20:26:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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