Premium minivan Geely based on Volvo received a price tagMarch 12, 2019
Concern from China, Geely announced the launch of a new luxury Jiaji minivan, designed on the Volvo architecture and designed for six and seven seats in the cabin.
The gamma of motors of this novelty impresses with its variety. In the starting variation, the car is equipped with a gasoline turbo unit with a volume of 1.8 liters, which works together with a six-speed automatic transmission.
In addition, the novelty is driven by a “soft” hybrid (MHEV), which includes a 1.5-liter turbo engine, a 48-volt starter-generator and a set of batteries. In total, these installations are capable of generating 190 horsepower. Together with them, working seven-speed automatic transmission with two clutches. In the combined cycle, a minivan spends 5.9 liters of fuel per hundred kilometers.
The maximum modification relies on a powered hybrid drive (PHEV), consisting of a similar 1.5 liter engine, an electric motor, a 13.3 kWh Li-On battery and 7DCT. Releaser is 258 “horses” at a flow rate of 1.6 liters per hundred kilometers. The car relies only front wheel drive systems.
A minivan from China received from its creators an impressive list of technical equipment: a three-zone air conditioner, cruise control, video cameras, all-round viewing, LED lighting for the interior, a virtual dashboard, a mega-modern infotainment system with a retractable touchscreen, a glass roof, as well as convenient glass-holders, able to cool or heat drinks.
First, the Jiaji minivan will be sold exclusively in the Chinese market in three versions at a price ranging from 99,800 to 148,800 yuan. Next year, the novelty will begin to conquer other car markets.
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