The WEY Tank 300 Cybertank is a concept SUV that debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show. The Cybertank is based on the Tank 300, but with its more aggressive nature and modifications, it stretches the envelope. The Tank 300 Cybertank, in particular, has a big body kit with flared wheel arches from WEY. A solar panel on the windshield, a prominent roof-mounted wing, and a special collection of off-road tires round out the concept.
Thanks to a special bumper with Y-shaped LED daytime running lights, widened air intakes, and a hood scoop, the concept's front end is especially eye-catching. Roof rails and a square-shaped spare wheel cover on the tailgate have also been added by WEY to the off-roader.
The Cybertank's interior is also noteworthy, with white leather, oval air vents, and aluminum accents dominating. If you squint hard enough, you might believe this is the interior of a Mercedes-Benz. Piano black components, tennis ball yellow accents, a big infotainment panel, and a visual gauge cluster are also included in the cabin.
There's no news about whether the Tank 300 has been modified mechanically in either way. If not, Cybertank's 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 227 horsepower will continue to power it.