Geely Atlas Pro X, announced just a week ago, first hit the lenses of spy cameras. The novelty differs from the standard crossover in the design of the front end: the compact radiator grille with the proprietary concentric pattern has been replaced with a huge “grill”, which vaguely resembles the X-shaped style of Mitsubishi and Lada. In fact, it turned out that the Atlas Pro X has more in common with modern Lexus models with their spindle-shaped grille.
The Geely Atlas Pro, which is sold in China under the Boyue name, has a new “designer” version that will debut at the Chengdu Auto Show in late August. Differences from the usual crossover boil down to a different radiator grille, a new front bumper and massive air intakes with red decorative inserts.
Judging by the interior photos, the Atlas Pro X will also be available with custom upholstery door panels with blue and white accents. The model is expected to be offered with a 1.8-liter turbo engine that develops 184 horsepower and is combined with a seven-speed robotic gearbox.