Photospies revealed analogue of the BMW X4 from General Motors

Photospies revealed analogue of the BMW X4 from General Motors

June 7, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The luxurious coupe-like crossover Baojun CN220C, which is increasingly being compared to the BMW X4, broke up with the surrounding curtain of mystery long before the official debut – live photos of the new product “leaked” to the Network.

The American concern General Motors and the Chinese auto giant SIAC are testing their new cross-coupe Baojun CN220C. The technical characteristics of the luxury novelty, as well as the list of available equipment, are already being compared by the auto experts to the BMW X4. During one of the test runs in China, a new kupeobrazny cross, partially hidden behind camouflage film, came into the view of the photo spies. This time they even managed to look into the salon of the future novelty.

The picture shows that the SUV will get a very original interior with a fully virtual dashboard and a modern multimedia with a large touchscreen. The manufacturer combined them under one glass – in the spirit of the latest models of the German Mercedes-Benz.

The exterior of the Baojun CN220C retains the brand’s recognizable style. For example, the overall grille in the form of a stretched hexagon, “athletic” hood and expressive stampings.

The novelty shares the platform with the current flagship brand Baojun RS-5. From the “donor” luxury cross-coupe and got a half a liter turbo engine with a capacity of 151 hp A pair of him is a variator or manual gearbox on six steps. On the full drive of the question is not even for an additional fee. The manufacturer included a trunk with an electric drive, 19-inch wheels, chairs with leather trim, a motor start button, a two-zone air conditioner, etc. in the list of available options and equipment.

With the growth of complete sets appear, in particular, adaptive cruise control and automatic braking system in front of obstacles. The debut of the serial Baojun CN220C is organized only in the autumn of 2019.