The Chinese have created a crossover with a huge screen of the media systemJuly 20, 2020
The 14.6-inch tablet can be seen in the interior of the new Qoros 7 SUV. Official shots of the SUV interior released by the automaker introduce us to the spectacular multimedia.
The Chinese company Qoros Automobile allowed fans to look into the interior of its new Qoros 7 crossover. The first thing you immediately notice is the giant display of the media system (14.6 inches).
Also, the novelty got a digital dashboard and a sports multifunctional steering wheel with touchpads. The debut of Qoros 7 will take place on July 27 in the popular online presentation format during the pandemic.
Interestingly, the dashboard and multimedia are presented here in the form of tablets: in modern automotive fashion, another trend is popular – to create a single technological space in the very architecture of the front panel. The developers did not limit themselves to one touchscreen when creating a media system: there are also physical buttons, but in a minimal amount.
Recall that the size of the Chinese cross is comparable to the Mitsubishi Outlander, which means that the Qoros 7 salon will be very spacious. The engine range of the future novelty will include gasoline turbo engines: 1.6-liter 204-hp and 1.8-liter with 231 hp. The transmission selected by the manufacturer has not been reported. Probably, the role of KP will be performed by a six-speed preselective “robot”.
As for the market debut of the crossover, then, most likely, it will be organized very soon. With the release of the novelty, the brand plans to revive its sales in the home market, so they will definitely not delay with the newcomer.
Meanwhile, the new Toyota Corolla got a huge tablet in the style of Tesla’s electric cars. The restyled Corolla with a new media system will be tested by Chinese motorists. Also, the new product relies on better finishing materials and an advanced voice command recognition function.
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