Chinese Wey brings new concepts to FrankfurtSeptember 12, 2019
The Great Wall premium brand presented its Wey-S and Wey-X concept cars at an international automobile exhibition. Futuristic design, style and state-of-the-art technology – all this highlighted Wey projects among a number of debuted concepts.
The concept car called Wey-S is an electric crossover that can travel up to 400 kilometers without recharging. It is this figure that developers call. This car gets a modern design, a closed radiator grille, hidden door handles, “narrowed” head optics, as well as cameras instead of traditional rear-view mirrors. Inside the car flaunts an electronic dashboard, advanced multimedia and designer chairs. Also, the conceptual cross relies on a panoramic glass roof.
The Wey-S equipment list includes a fourth-level autopilot, advanced navigation, as well as a face and gesture recognition system. The concept car is driven by a 349-horsepower electric engine, with which the car picks up the first 100 kph in just 4.9 seconds.
Wey-X is another concept cross. He receives a fifth-level autopilot, an abundance of screens that are placed outside the cabin (on the grille and rear door), as well as a panoramic roof and smart pixel headlights. By the way, thanks to many displays, cross can establish communication with pedestrians. Inside the car there was a large center console with a built-in monitor, a minimalist steering wheel, a virtual dashboard and “floating” seats. To 100 kph of cars accelerates in just 4.5 seconds, and its range is 510 kilometers.
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