The Qoros 6 four-door convertible has been revealed in China, but it won’t go into production as it was created just for fun.

The Qoros 6 four-door convertible has been revealed in China, but it won’t go into production as it was created just for fun.

Answering a question that nobody really asked, Qoros has elaborated a four-door convertible which according to local media was developed by its employees exclusively for a team building event organized at the factory in Shanghai. It’s based on the production Qoros 3 Sedan, but we don’t know at this moment whether it actually has a fully working retractable fabric roof as all the attached images show the one-off with the roof down.

Although the car won’t ever reach the production line, Qoros apparently is working on a two-door convertible which will be launched most likely in 2016 in China. That one will be based on the Qoros 3 Hatch and will adopt a 2+2 seating configuration, so space in the back is going to be limited. It will likely be offered with the same 1.6-liter gasoline engine in both naturally aspirated and turbocharged guises teamed up to either a six-speed manual or an optional dual clutch automatic transmission.

Qoros recently decided to focus on its domestic market after abysmal sales in Europe last year when it shifted just 51 cars. As a consequence, don’t expect to see the open-top to hit the old continent anytime soon especially since the popularity of cabrios has decreased significantly in recent years.

Source: carnewschina.com

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