On April 24th, the first plug-in hybrid model of Geely Galaxy L7 has been officially produced at its manufacturing base.
This model had previously made its debut with consumers at Auto Shanghai and started pre-orders last month. It is expected to be available for sale in the second quarter of this year. According to official data, blind orders for the new car have exceeded 10,000 units.
Geely Galaxy L7 is positioned as a compact SUV, produced based on the e-CMA architecture and equipped with a new generation of Leishen hybrid system (plug-in hybrid), targeting the ¥150,000-200,000 RMB ($21,800-29,000 USD) market segment.
In terms of interior design, the new car features a black and white color scheme with a 10.25-inch full LCD instrument panel, a 25.6-inch AR-HUD head-up display, and a 16.2-inch entertainment screen in front of the passenger seat.
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In terms of power, the vehicle has an acceleration score of 6.9 seconds for 0-100km/h, fuel consumption of 5.23L/100km, and a range of 1370 kilometers under CLTC conditions. In addition, the vehicle provides two charging modes: fast and slow.
In addition, Geely Automobile’s official Weibo announced today that the new version of Geely ICON has officially started pre-orders. The pre-sale price is ¥118,900 RMB (about $17,300 USD).
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