Changan showed the interior of the crossover CS55 PlusApril 14, 2021
Changan received a premium performance of the salon, in which there was a place for several interesting solutions at once.
The Chinese company Changan continues to introduce the public to the new CS55 Plus crossover. After taking photos of the exterior, it was time to look into the salon. The first thing worth paying attention to is the unusual shape of the steering wheel, it is truncated not only from the bottom, but also from the top.
Also note the front panel layout, which has virtually no physical buttons. Most of the functions are controlled from the infotainment complex, which has a large diagonal and a floating effect. A virtual instrument panel is responsible for displaying vehicle systems.
The central tunnel has received a premium design – the main place is occupied by a rotating selector for selecting transmission modes. From the exterior of the car, it is worth highlighting the combination of a large radiator grille and narrow headlights, as well as a roof slightly sloping towards the rear.
The length of the novelty has grown slightly and amounted to 4,515 mm, and the wheelbase has also grown – up to 2,656 mm.
The power plant is a 1.5-liter turbo engine capable of delivering 188 hp. It is combined with a 7-speed “robot”. Interestingly, Changan will also offer all-wheel drive. The novelty will be officially presented at the Shanghai Motor Show, which will begin its work on April 19.
Meanwhile, Hyundai has presented the updated Tucson L crossover. This version is intended for the Chinese car market and differs significantly from the modifications for the USA and Europe.
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