2018 WEY P8 Plug-in Hybrid SUV Full Car Overview

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2018 BYD Tang Plug-In Hybrid Looks Stunning China SUV

BYD presents in China its new generation of its Tang plug-in hybrid SUV, designed by Wolfgang Egger (a former Audi designer) who in 2017 introduced a new design language. When BYD Tang appeared on the market in mid-2015, it quickly became the best selling plug-in in China reaching more than 5,500 sales in December 2015 – a result that no other BYD plug-in has surpassed to date. In 2016, BYD sold more than 31,400 Tangs, but sales decreased below 15,000 last year and now to less than 1,700 in the first quarter as the Tang awaits this new version. The new Tang looks stunning. It can seat seven (2+3+2) and is very quick – 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 4.5 seconds. The powertrain uses a 2.0 gasoline engine (205 hp) and two 150 kW motors for rear wheels (505 hp total). All-electric range of BYD Tang is claimed to be up to 80 km (50 miles).

Is this the best Chinese car in SA? Haval H2 Review

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The ALL NEW Wey P8 2018 In detail review walkaround Interior Exterior

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Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e hybrid SUV (ENG) - Test Drive and Review

Mercedes-Benz GLC is an SUV based on the C-Class. It replaces the cool-looking boxy GLK, which was less cool, when it came to interior space and driving. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but I like the was GLC looks. Its main rivals are Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Volvo XC60. This is Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e, which means a plug-in hybrid. GLC 350e has only one real competitor: Volvo XC60 T8 PHEV. Mercedes 350e has a 211-hp 4 cylinder engine works with a 116 hp electric motor, producing combined 327 hp. Help me make better reviews by donating: http://patreon.com/marekdrives https://www.paypal.me/MarekDrives Starting price: 45 000 euro As tested: 77 000 euro Also watch: BMW X3 https://youtu.be/OCDfEQtzTm0 Volvo XC60 https://youtu.be/_zJ_strZyTY Alfa Romeo Stelvio https://youtu.be/z5nGJI-0Lx0 Jaguar F-Pace https://youtu.be/VsOsMHLVclM Lexus NX https://youtu.be/VO5XRTLpO-Y Land Rover Discovery Sport https://youtu.be/NHCC0NjVtUY Volvo XC90 T8 https://youtu.be/itJtHGlzyg0 Follow me at: facebook.com/marekdrives @mwieruszewski plus.google.com/+GarazOtwarty/ instagram.com/marek_drives #MarekDrives #MercedesBenzGLE #PHEV #hybrid #GLE #Mercedes

Nascent premium Chinese marque Wey has introduced its very first plug-in hybrid, dubbed the P8. Due to hit the Chinese market in early 2018, the P8 is the first plug-in hybrid model from Wey, and indeed the larger automotive conglomerate Great Wall Motors.

Powering the P8 is a turbo-petrol engine measuring 2.0-litres in capacity, paired up to two electric motors (one on either axle), producing a considerable combined output of 250kW and 520Nm. A six-speed dual-clutch automatic also helps send mechanical power to all four corners. The P8 can be charged to full in just 4-hours, via a standard 220V home socket. With the tanked filled and the battery juiced, total driving range is estimated around 660km.
As expected of a premium brand contending in the Chinese market, there’s a whole ton of technology here. Safety is dealt with with things like autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane-change assist, lane keeping aid, lane-departure warning, intelligent cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a video-streaming rear-view monitor, and a 360º camera system.

Jack Wey, the founder of Wey Automobiles and owner of its parent company Haval, said that the firm is making considerable headway in terms of vehicular autonomy too.
“Our concept XEV that we showed at the Frankfurt Motor Show already reached Level 3 automation, and we are on-target to reach Level 4 in the next two years. We have focused our resources on building the largest station for autonomous driving and intelligent interconnection in China, which will be operational by year end.” — Jack Wey, Founder, Wey Automobiles

There are no plans to export the Wey marque outside of China, though it’s likely that its cars will trickle down to Haval, which already has a not-inconsiderable presence in several markets around the world. Several recent Haval concepts have debuted with designs broadly similar to what we’re seeing from Wey, so perhaps that’s an indication of the brand’s strong future.

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