Changan Uni-V concept car unveiled in BeijingSeptember 28, 2020
Earlier we talked about preparing the stand for the presentation of the new product. Now we managed to see the futuristic concept from different angles, as well as look inside the cabin.
Changan unveiled a new Uni-V concept at the Beijing Auto Show. This car looks very unusual and immediately attracts attention. Recall that the model has a younger brother Uni-T. Since we are talking about a concept now, there are no official technical details. Much more interesting now is the appearance of the novelty. When creating the car, the brand’s designers were inspired by the direction called “functionalism”, which appeared in Germany in the first half of the 20th century.
By combining the taillights with LED strip, you won’t surprise anyone, but Changan decided to try this design for the headlights. The radiator grille turned out to be very voluminous, and the illumination from the inside accentuates it.
In the side part, we note hinged doors with hidden handles, as well as frameless windows. Cameras are used instead of classic rear-view mirrors. It is unlikely that all this will reach the production version, but a good start has been made at Changan.
The car interior is designed for 4 seats and is replete with a large number of modern technologies.
On the front console, the screen is stretched to its full length, and the interior lighting gives it the look of the car of the future. At the moment, we can speculate about the power plant of the Changan Uni-V. Since the novelty will be one step higher than the Uni-T, it would be logical to assume the presence of a 2.0-liter turbo engine with 233 hp, which will be combined with an automatic transmission.
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