Last summer, the third-generation Haval H6 crossover debuted. He received a new modular platform with a sturdier body, as well as fairly efficient gasoline engines – supercharged 1.5 GDIT (169 hp, 285 Nm) and 2.0 GW4C20B (224 hp, 385 Nm). It’s only the beginning! The Haval H6 Hybrid debuted at the Bangkok Auto Show – and it’s the most powerful version in the family. The turbo-four 1.5 is combined here with an electric motor, and their total output reaches 243 hp. and as much as 530 Nm. However, so far there are no more details on the power plant.
In Thailand, the sale of a five-door Haval H6 Hybrid, equipped with a parallel-serial power unit L.E.M.O.N. DHT will launch in June 2021, and will hit the Australian and New Zealand markets in the fourth quarter of this year.
Externally, the hybrid H6, which charges the battery only on the go, differs from other versions only by the nameplates. The model is available with a panoramic roof, alloy wheels with a diameter of 19 inches, all-round cameras.
The interior is the same as that of the petrol versions. The crossover is equipped by default with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch touch-sensitive center screen and a color head-up display. A multimedia system with access to the Network can be updated “over the air”.
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But it is known that the hybrid H6 received a second-level autopilot complex, which includes adaptive cruise control, automatic braking systems, keeping the car in the center of the lane and monitoring blind spots. Plus, for the gasoline-electric model, automatic parking technology is available both in parallel and perpendicular to the curb, as well as a system that, when driving at speeds up to 30 km / h, remembers the last 50 m of the path and reproduces them independently. Great Wall is making a special bet on the H6 Hybrid on the countries of Southeast Asia, especially Thailand, where they will produce a hybrid crossover.