TMR Team | Dec 14, 2012

Chinese carmaker Qoros has revealed a first look at what could be a future flagship model - but not before its new C11 sedan makes its mark.

While the C11 sedan has will focus on the volume-selling small-car market, this new concept hints at a larger performance model that could tackle on more top-end rivals.

Penned by 22 year-old Londoner Jamie Barrett under the direction of design boss Gert Volker Hildebrand, the concept adopts the increasingly popular four-door coupe look.

The usual proportions are there, with a long bonnet, a set-back and flowing cabin design and a high rear-deck - the latter portion clearly inspired by Aston Martin.

Whether the concept will ever see production remains to be seen, with the project largely forming part of Barrett's Qoros-sponsored studies at Coventry University.

Barrett worked with Qoros designers to complete the project however, suggesting a future model inspired by the final concept could be on the cards.

As for the C11, the new small sedan is expected to make its production debut at March's Geneva Motor Show, followed by a European market launch.

A hatch version is expected to figure, while Qoros is also said to be working on crossover and larger SUV versions of its modular architecture.

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