The new crossover Wey received a four-wheel drive

The new crossover Wey received a four-wheel drive

April 25, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

At the Beijing Motor Show, the next crossover premium premium subbrand Great Wall.

The new SUV Wey VV6 became the fourth model in the product range of the brand, located between the crosses VV5 and VV7. It is worth noting that all Wey models look almost identical, except for the flagship P8.

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The new VV6 has the following dimensions: length – 4,625 mm (163 mm more than VV5), width – 1,860 mm (+3 mm), height – 1,720 mm (+82 mm), wheelbase at the “fifth” and “sixth”. The same – 2 680 mm. For comparison, VV7 has dimensions of 4 749×1 931×1 655 mm, and the wheelbase is equal to 2,950 mm.

The key difference of VV6 from VV5 and VV7 was the availability of an all-wheel drive. On the central console of the novelty there is a switch in the form of a “washer”, with which you can choose one of six driving modes: standard, economy, sport, snow, dirt and sand. Under the hood of the novelty there is a gasoline two-liter “turbo-quater” with a return of 197 hp. and 315 Nm of torque, paired with a seven-speed robotic box, borrowed from VV5.

The interior of the VV6 does not differ from the previously released models. The dashboard is digital, with a diagonal of 12.3 inches, a 9-inch flat screen infotainment system and five ventilation deflectors on the front panel, and a “scattering” of buttons on the center console.

The start of sales of the “six” in the Chinese market is scheduled for the third quarter of this year.

In addition, within the framework of the Beijing Motor Show, the concept of Wey-X debuted with a futuristic design and doors opening upwards. The prototype is equipped with an all-electric power plant with a power reserve of 530 km, an autopilot of the fifth level, as well as a system for displaying three-dimensional holographic images, and they were designed with technological “chips”.

Another prototype was WEYRS7, which demonstrates the concept of a “charged” crossover. The car was completed with an aggressive aerodynamic body kit, lightweight black wheel disks, a “four-barreled” exhaust and a rear diffuser. The technical stuffing of the sportscross is not reported.

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