Great Wall will present in Shanghai luxury crossover Wey VV7

Newly formed brand Wey, owned by Great Wall Chinese company unveiled VV7 crossover, which is the serial version previously shown W01 Concept. Public premiere of new items will be held at the Shanghai Motor Show in 2017.
Wey VV7 on the market will be offered in two versions: normal VV7c and “sports” VV7s. The standard version of the model in other VV7s different bumpers, four round tailpipes of the exhaust system instead of two rectangular, as well as the presence of 21-inch wheels (on the basis of going to VV7s wheels 20 inches).
Interior of the new Wei VV7 2017 is made in the spirit of minimalism, but it looks quite luxurious. For interior decoration used leather and soft plastics. Vehicle received virtual instrument cluster with multiple embodiments of clearance and 12.3-inch display entertainment complex that effectively leaves the front panel. Above the rear glass is installed camera transmits the image to display in the salon the rearview mirror.
Being built on front-wheel platform Haval H9 with a transverse engine, Wey VV7 crossover reaches a length, a width and a height of 4749, 1931 and 1655 mm, respectively, with new items wheelbase is 2950 millimeters.
The movement VV7 2017-2018 Wei, the resulting 2.0-liter turbo also borrowed from said H7. The engine works in conjunction with the seven-step robot and develops 234 hp While the model is only available in front-wheel version, however, a massive tunnel and rear evidence that could later appear and the version with all-wheel drive.
The equipment list includes crossover Infinity audio system, all-sky cameras, glass roof, electric and ventilated front seats, and much more. The car also received a set of electronic assistants, including adaptive cruise control, automatic braking system and the function of tracking a marking.
The exact dates of commencement of sales and prices Wey VV7 still unknown. Meanwhile, the Chinese are already working on a hybrid version of the crossover with the possibility of charging batteries from a household power socket. This modification should appear before the end of 2017

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