The launch of the full-size Maxus SUV "Lingdi" in China was recently announced by SAIC. A 48V hybrid system and a 2.0T turbocharged diesel engine with 218 horsepower each power the Maxus Lingdi, which is connected to an 8AT.
Large polygonal grille, angular, slender running lights, and high beams in the front bumper make up the front's design. At the back, there are two exhaust pipes on either side, a roof spoiler, and a towing hook. The vehicle has many plastic trim pieces all over the body, wide wheel arches, and wheels with multiple spokes. It has remarkable ground clearance as well. The Maxus Lingdi has a wheelbase of 2950mm and measures 5046mm long, 2016mm wide, and 1876mm tall.
A floating central control screen, a three-spoke steering wheel, two cup holders in the center console, two wireless phone charging pads, and a panoramic sunroof are all included in the interior's symmetrical T-shape design. Customers have a choice of 5, 6, or 7-seat configurations. Additionally, the seats are capable of heating and massaging.
The Maxus Lingdi is equipped with a level 2 driving assistance system that includes emergency braking, lane keeping, blind spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.