Great Wall began selling competitor prestigious crossover Lexus NXJuly 14, 2019
According to the press service of the Chinese automaker – the company Great Wall, from today, buyers can purchase the most luxurious and expensive version of the WEY VV6 crossover. This version of the car, according to representatives of the brand, is a direct competitor to the Japanese prestigious SUV Lexus NX.
For the first time, a more expensive modification of the WEY VV6 model was presented at the Shanghai Motor Show, by the way, the full name of the new VV6 Collie Chinese Line Edition. Among the list of equipment of the machine are laser adaptive optics, as well as some features of the autonomous control system, which work only in the selected lane.
According to its size, the Chinese crossover WEY VV6 in the most luxurious version occupies a length of 4,625 mm, a width of 1,860 mm, a height of 1,720 mm, while the size of the wheelbase is 2,680 mm. This car is equipped with a gasoline turbo four-cylinder, a working volume of 2.0 liters and a maximum power of 197 hp A 7-speed preselective robotized gearbox is offered as a transmission. The machine is offered with both front and all-wheel drive.
Representatives of the company separately note the ultra-modern facial recognition complex.
A special video camera and software and hardware complex can recognize a person who is driving a car. After that, the adjustment of the chair, the parameters of the air conditioning, dashboard and infotainment system will be reconfigured in accordance with the previously saved settings.
The minimum price for the VV6 Collie Chinese Line Edition crossover in the Chinese market is 179,900 yuan. Well, the “direct” competitor from Japan – Lexus NX crossover, has a starting price of 298,000 yuan
Not so long ago, we wrote that at the Shenzhen Motor Show showed the biggest pickup truck Great Wall. The biggest Great Wall pickup from the P-series, which debuted at the China Auto Show, will become a global model.
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