Emre is a Turkish expat currently working in China. Living his life between these two countries steeped in both history and culture, he has certainly developed sentiment for his two homes.
Emre is a man of two main passions - namely, reading and music. He has a deep interest in Chinese culture and has expanded his knowledge and understanding in many aspects from Chinese cuisine to literature. Not only this but he has published a series of books regarding accepting Chinese culture in is homeland of Turkey. Having decided to settle down in his second home of China, Emre is now considering the possibility of purchasing a car and his req.uirements are very simple: big, inexpensive, multifunctional.
We recommended he try out the brand new Besturn X80 and allowed him to test it fully before making a decision. Let's have a look at what “Mr China” thought of this made-in-China car…
Appearance: upon first seeing the X80, Emre made very positive comments. In his opinion the Besturn X80 does not appear like other Chinese made cars with a heavily copied look. He found that the X80 has many innovative elements. He really liked the sharp look of the car front. The larger fierce looking headlights and the sporty aesthetics exhibit the car's personality-
The profile view also left a listing impression on Emre. The C pillars and “X” design were for him the highlights of the car's outlook.
The solid tail-end of the car gave Emre a great sense of security. The symmetrical double exhaust and the LED tail lights delivered the feeling that sincere effort went int the design stages.