Brabus helped Chinese brand Wey make a carAugust 29, 2019
The German tuners were faced with the task of creating a car that Europeans would like
A subsidiary of Great Wall called Wey shared the first images of the show car, which will debut in early September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Judging by the images, this is a compact crossover with zero emissions.
In the spring of this year, Great Wall signed a cooperation agreement with Brabus Automotive. The document included, among other things, the joint development of power plants, the design of the exterior and interior of cars, as well as the release of limited versions of Wey models. The first common project was the new Wey-S concept car, which Brabus finalized in accordance with the preferences of Europeans.
The fact that the electric car is shown on the sketch is indicated by the absence of exhaust pipes and a traditional radiator grill. There are no external mirrors – they are replaced by cameras. In addition, you can see that the rear doors open against the direction of travel, and on the roof there is a plastic element in the form of a shark fin with a brake light repeater.
Details about the power plant of the show car will appear closer to the premiere. Then, perhaps, in Wey will talk about the serial prospects of the crossover.
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