Geely FY11 coupe-cross with Volvo engines purchased premium equipmentMarch 13, 2019
After the appearance of the list of features of this cross, it becomes clear that the new product will be one of the most premium cars of concern from China.
Geely shared new information about the FY11 coupe-like SUV, which is preparing for its premiere this spring. On the eve of the manufacturer posted on the web a portion of “fresh” photos and a list of technical capabilities.
Judging by the latest images, the coupe-cross compartment is covered with expensive materials, including Nappa leather, soft plastic and decorative aluminum inserts are present. Models will give an impressive front panel, electronic dashboard, a huge multimedia touchscreen and an attractive console in the center with an electric transmission selector.
The FY11 SUV boasts the presence of a premium BOSE stereo system with 12 speakers, built-in electronic air flavor, contactless charging for smartphones, heated and cooled cup holders, ventilated seats, electric adjustments and position memory. There is also a glass roof with a hatch and an electronic drive of the fifth door.
It should be said about the presence of a designer body kit, 360-degree cameras, cruise control with the ability to respond to traffic signs and traffic conditions in traffic jams, the system. Plus, the car can independently prevent frontal accidents.
Under the hood is a 2-liter 238-horsepower Volvo T5 turbo-unit or a hybrid installation from Volvo XC40, which includes a gasoline-powered 1.5-liter turbo engine, issuing 177 “horses”, a starter-generator and a set of batteries. In a pair of working 7-step “automatic”.
According to reports, the coupe-cross in the original modification will be offered at a price of 139,800 yuan. The implementation of the model will begin this fall.
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