Shown cross-limousine Hongqi HS7 + with a “gold” interiorSeptember 29, 2020
At the Beijing Auto Show there was a presentation of the factory version of the Hongqi limousine, built on the basis of the HS7 cross.
According to Autohome, the passenger section of the large Hongqi HS7 + cross-country is focused on only two passengers. The length of the Chinese competitor BMW X5 and Audi Q7 in the base version is 5035 mm. And in the new version of HS +, another half meter was added between the axles. So, it is about 30 cm longer than the Mercedes-Maybach GLS.
The HS7 + has only one external difference, and that is the larger wheels with 225 / 45R20 tires. As for the interior, two shades of leather were used for its decoration, and one of them repeats the body color. Traditional chrome and brushed aluminum have been replaced by white and rose gold decor, inserts on the dashboard, doors and center tunnel are made of wood. And instead of the back sofa, there were “captain” seats.
The seats are divided by the overall central console, on which a touch display was installed – a control panel for additional functions. Another element original for a cross-limousine is a retractable partition that separates the passenger section from the driver’s section.
The extended version has the same engine as the base HS7: a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 with 337 hp. (445 Nm), which functions in conjunction with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The assembly of new items will be carried out on the Hongqi conveyor, but only for special orders. The price of the cross-limousine is currently unknown.
In addition, it was recently noted that a demonstration of the Changan Uni-V concept car took place at the Beijing Auto Show. It should be emphasized that this car looks rather unusual and immediately attracts attention.
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