Jeep Wrangler analog from China goes on saleMay 2, 2020
After the upgrade, Beijing BJ40 Plus received minor exterior changes, as well as a modern engine from Haval.
Dealers of the Chinese concern BAIC began taking orders for an updated version of the Beijing BJ40 Plus SUV. This became known on Saturday, May 2. The design of the car has received minor changes and is largely similar to the legendary SUV Jeep Wrangler. From the exterior, we note the appearance of an additional off-road body kit and wheel arches, which gave the car a brutal and more voluminous appearance.
All optics in the updated version now have LED filling. In the interior, we note the presence of a modern multimedia system with a large screen. Such an infotainment complex has a voice control function.
The biggest changes occurred under the hood of the car – now it has got a modern turbo engine, which is installed on the Haval F7. True for Beijing BJ40 Plus, its output was increased to 230 hp.
In tandem with a power plant, an automatic transmission operates in 8 stages. In addition to high power, such a motor also has good efficiency. From the technical equipment, the new SUV got a virtual dashboard, an adaptive cruise control system, lane control and emergency braking functions, as well as an all-round camera. The cost of a car in China is 159,800 yuan.
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