On sale there was a budget analogue of Hyundai Santa Fe from LandwindNovember 26, 2019
Landwind, known for its “copies” of popular cars from leading brands, began selling the new Landwind Fengrong crossover. The Chinese borrowed the design of this SUV from the Korean bestseller Hyundai Santa Fe.
Landwind dealers in China have begun offering customers a new Landwind Fengrong crossover similar to the Hyundai Santa Fe. The Chinese SUV received a similar two-tier optics and cascading grille. But the feed of the car turned out to be very distinctive. It is interesting that Italian designers from the GFG Style studio of the legendary Giorgetto Giugiaro worked on the exterior and interior of the novelty. In the front-wheel drive car there was a virtual dashboard and modern multimedia with a huge display, visually combined with each other.
Fengrong also relies on a truncated steering wheel and a convenient electronic gear selector.
The low-cost analogue of Hyundai Santa Fe is driven by a one and a half liter 163-horsepower engine that works in conjunction with a 6MKPP or a seven-speed Getrag robot. The list of options available for the novelty includes ABS and a stabilization system, up to six airbags, an electronic handbrake, full-time parking sensors, leather trim, etc. Landwind Fengrong starts at only 79,900 yuan, which is three times cheaper than the original Hyundai Santa Fe 2019 model year.
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