The Chinese automaker has presented a restyled version of the Geely Jiaji minivan, in the development of which Volvo engineers participated.
The updated Platinum Geely Jiaji has a different radiator grille with thin vertical lines, redesigned bumpers, new optics and other 18-inch alloy wheels.
Inside the minivan there was a place for modern multimedia with a noticeably grown touchscreen. And when finishing the interior, the manufacturer began to use materials of higher quality.
This Chinese minivan shares the platform with the Volvo XC40 crossover. In length, the updated model reaches 4 706 mm with a wheelbase of 2 805 mm.
The novelty is equipped with one of two turbo engines: one and a half liter 177-horsepower or 1.8-liter with a return of 184 hp. But you won’t be able to choose a transmission and a drive – only a seven-speed “robot” and front-wheel drive.
The minivan gets a virtual dashboard, intelligent cruise control, 3-zone climate control, a spectacular panoramic sunroof, and a decent set of driver assistants.
Restyled Geely Jiaji will appear on sale in the home market this fall. According to preliminary data, the minivan will cost at least $ 15,500.