Coupe crossover Geely FY11 on the platform from Volvo officially presentedMarch 26, 2019
On sale in the home market a new cross-coupe will appear before the end of this year. It is possible that over time, the manufacturer will expand the geography of supply.
The Chinese company Geely presented a serial cross-coupe Xingyue, built on a new modular architecture from Volvo. Such a platform, by the way, can be found on the Swedish crossover Volvo XC40. Recall previously a new coupe-shaped cross from Geely was known under the factory index FY11. Later it was renamed in honor of the asteroid Xingyue, which the Chinese observatory discovered between Mars and Jupiter.
Buyers in the Middle Kingdom will offer a two-liter turbo engine with a capacity of 238 hp, combined with an eight-speed “automatic” and all-wheel drive system (in the “base” front-wheel drive). An alternative would be a hybrid.
The exterior of the new model flaunts a stylish aerodynamic body kit, LED optics, an original grille with a bright edging, four tailpipes for the exhaust system and spectacular vyshtampovki on the body. The list of available options includes adaptive cruise control, collision avoidance systems, lane and blind zone control, circular video cameras and other electronic “assistants”.
Salon cross-coupe issued using Nappa leather, as well as aluminum inserts. The proposed equipment includes a virtual dashboard, a projection screen, modern multimedia with a huge touch screen, a premium BOSE audio system for 12 speakers, as well as wireless charging for gadgets. For the comfort of the driver and his passengers are responsible seats with ventilation and electric adjustment (the seats, by the way, “remember” the selected settings), as well as holders with the option of cooling and heating. According to preliminary data, the most affordable Xingyue equipment will cost 139,800 yuan to China
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