Geely revealed new images of the Haoyue SUVMarch 17, 2020
The Chinese auto giant is going to add to its range a new SUV, which is named Haoyue.
Geely has a lineup in China consisting of 18 cars – a motley collection of unknown sedans, hatchbacks, crossovers and SUVs. Among them, there is only a car that can call itself MPV: Jiaji. Geely will soon complete its line with this Hoayue, an SUV with design elements from this minivan. But before the car is fully presented, the Geely PR machine appears in new images.
The Hoayue will be a three-row SUV that can accommodate seven passengers. The car is 4.84 meters in length, 1.78 meters in height, and 2.82 meters in wheelbase. This makes the Hoayue only a few centimeters shorter than, for example, the BMW X5.
The front of the Hoayue is square in shape with a grille surrounded by many semicircular lines and horizontal slats. The wings above the wheel arches received characteristic stampings to visually make them much more square than they really are.
At the back we see the relatively subdued light of lanterns that are connected by a chrome strip. LED lighting at the front and rear is standard. A leak from the Ministry of Industry and Trade of China indicates that Hoayue can get matrix headlights.
The SUV will be equipped with adaptive radar-based cruise control and LED turn signals on the exterior mirrors. As for the interior, Geely Haoyue boasts a large glass panoramic roof, part of which, it seems, is also half open.
The list of engines is likely to include 1.8- and 1.5-liter engines, known for Volvo models. 1.8L delivers about 180 bhp. and 300 Nm, and 1.5L in this case gives 175 hp. and 250 Nm to the front wheels. Jiaji minivan is estimated at 99,800-192,800 yuan. Haoyue is unlikely to be cheaper. The premiere of the SUV will not take long.
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