Crossover Changan unit: enough for 12 years?

Crossover Changan unit: enough for 12 years?


Chinese automaker Changan is preparing to launch a new crossover UNI-T. this was reported by the portal “Chinese cars”. The novelty has received a very modern design – front and side a little reminiscent of the popular crossover Lexus RX. Note that Changan unit in the maximum configuration will become truly a premium vehicle – this applies to both the interior and technical equipment. In the exterior we note the design of the grille, which is quite big but not very aggressive, with white inserts.

Special attention should be paid to the design of the headlamps – DRL got a very narrow design, and headlights are their continuation – the decision used to be found only in concept cars. At the side there are embossed punch, which give the car a sporty look. In the rear it is worth noting the line of the glazing and the presence of the spoiler on the tailgate.

A special place is the spectacular panoramic roof, which will allow you to enjoy the types of the rear and front passengers. Optionally, the car can be painted in white, black, red or gray. Also appearance of Changan unit will depend on the selected modification – Fashion or Sport. Dimensions of new items totaled 4515x1870x1565, and the distance between the axes reaches 2 710 mm.


Motor gamma will consist of two power plants – first to order will be available 1.5-liter turbo with 180 HP, working in tandem with a 7-band robotized gearbox. Later will appear the modification with the 2.0-liter turbo engine.

Changan unit received a progressive salon – digital “tidy” and multimedia complex are one and the classic gearshift lever has been replaced by more comfortable. On the front panel we see a minimum of physical buttons. The cost of the basic version is estimated at 120,000 yuan ($16 900), and for maximum equipment dealers asking 150 thousand yuan ($21 100). In Changan sure due to the stylish design and modern technology the life cycle of the car will be at least 12 years instead of the usual 8-9.

What do you think, will there be Unit demand in Europe?

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