Haval Introduced 2 New Models At Shanghai Auto Show 2021

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On the same stage at the Shanghai Auto Show, Haval took two models: Chitu and the third-generation H6 5G. The Haval Chitu is the fourth model in the Haval Lemon lineup, and it is positioned as a small SUV. The best trick of this car is the official statement that it only takes 7.7 seconds to go from 0 to 100km/h. Around the same time, the overall look is quite sporty. Chrome trim complements the vertical waterfall-like hexagonal core mesh. The whole vehicle is painted orange. Surroundings resembling an aerodynamics kit.

Haval Chitu

The interior of the cabin has a sporty feel to it as well. There is neon yellow edging throughout the instrument, seats, and center console, and the entire interior has a high consistency. Simultaneously, the cascading central console arrangement and 12.3-inch center control panel render the whole cabin very technologically informative. For the first time, Haval Chitu employs the latest 1.5t turbocharged (high speed) engine code-named GW4B15C, with a combined power of 184 hp and 275Nm of torque. This ables Chitu SUV to hit 100 km/h in 7.7 seconds. A multi-link independent suspension is also used for the rear suspension.

Haval H6 5G

The third-generation Haval H6 5G is another new car. As opposed to the present third-generation Haval H6, the front face shape of the third-generation Haval H6 5G has changed significantly. As the name implies, this vehicle will be outfitted with China Mobile's 5G network. Furthermore, the configuration of the new car's other components is essentially identical to that of the existing third-generation Haval H6.The general architecture of the interior is also current.

The car is powered by a 1.5T or a 2.0T engine, with peak outputs of 169 and 211 horsepower, respectively. A 7-speed wet dual-clutch transmission is paired with the transmission system. Among them is a four-wheel-drive variant of the 2.0T series. At the moment, no official launch date for these two vehicles has been confirmed, though we will continue to keep an eye out for updates.

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