The debutant of the motor show in Beijing Chery Tiggo 8 Plus surprised with a high priceSeptember 28, 2020
This crossover can be considered as a premium modification of the standard Chery Tiggo 8. The new Tiggo 8 differs from it in a slightly retouched appearance and a richer list of available options.
The Beijing Auto Show opened its doors last Saturday, September 26. Only journalists could attend the first two days of the auto show.
From 28 to 30 September, the organizers are waiting for industry representatives. Ordinary visitors will be able to get acquainted with new products in early October.
One of the long-awaited premieres of the exhibition was the Chery Tiggo 8 Plus crossover. The Chinese automaker introduced the design of the new cross to the public even before the official debut. So, the Chinese showed a new salon, where aviation seats, a redesigned dashboard and a touchscreen for controlling the “climate” are located. In the exterior of the car, the emphasis was placed on a new corporate design and progressive optics.
Chery kept the intrigue for the power unit. The hybrid Tiggo 8 Plus was shown in Beijing. The power plant of the demo car included a 1.5-liter engine and a 48-volt starter-battery. The details end there.
But the cost of the novelty is already known: it turned out to be much higher than the price list for the Tiggo 8. The most affordable “eight” with the Plus prefix will cost 131,900 yuan. For comparison, a standard Chery Tiggo 8 in China can be bought from 88,800 yuan.
The novelty is already available for pre-order, however, so far only with front-wheel drive, CVT and 1.6-liter TGDI engine with 197 hp.
The Tiggo 8 Plus will market its home market debut in October. Whether the new crossover will reach our country is not yet known.
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