Chinese car Haval H6 2021 launched in Thailand, competing with the Honda CR-V

Chinese car Haval H6 2021 launched in Thailand, competing with the Honda CR-V

Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors has officially introduced the H6 Hybrid at the ongoing Bangkok International Motor Show. According to Headlight Magazine, this eye-catching C-segment SUV will hit the Thai market in May with delivery expected to begin in June.

Powering the Haval H6 Hybrid is a 1.5L turbocharged, 4-cylinder petrol engine that is standard in China, producing 169 PS of maximum power and 285 Nm of peak torque. This engine block is combined with an electric motor 130 kW, for a total output power of up to 243 PS and maximum torque of 530 Nm. According to Thai media, the H6 Hybrid comes with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

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In addition to the new powertrain, the H6 Hybrid has an exterior design that is identical to traditional gasoline-powered versions, only with the HEV badge appearing on the rear trunk. Overall, the overall design of the Haval H6 is quite eye-catching with outstanding exterior details including the Fangsheng patterned hexagonal grille, the LED headlight “on fire”, the front bumper X-shaped. , the C-pillar is distinctly folded and the taillights are seamlessly connected.

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Moving inside, the new Haval H6 has a cabin compartment with a minimalist but quite modern design. High center console with rotary knob. A 10.25-inch digital instrument panel and a 12.3-inch infotainment screen are both embossed on the dashboard. In the Thai market, the new Haval H6 will be equipped with panoramic sunroof and interior lighting system.

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In terms of safety, the H6 will be equipped with automatic emergency braking with the ability to detect oncoming pedestrians, cyclists and other vehicles, blind spot monitoring system, traffic sign recognition. and Level 2 semi-autonomous driving, responsible for acceleration, braking and steering.

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In particular, the car is also equipped with Intelligent Dodging System (WDS) as called by the Chinese automaker, which will automatically control the vehicle to move to the side of the lane when passing trucks and vehicles. and then the driver will return to the correct lane.

Details of the selling price and full specifications of the H6 Hybrid will be released by the Chinese automaker during the upcoming Thai user launch event.

Trang Nguyen (Forum.autodaily.vn)


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