2018 Lynk & Co 02 Crossover SUV Interior and Exterior Overview

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2018 Lynk & Co 02 SUV Confirms 2019 Launch in Europe

Set to arrive in Europe in 2020, we’ve been for an early drive in the Lynk & Co 02 SUV There’s a chance you may not have heard of Lynk & Co. The brand only appeared at the end of 2016, but in that short space of time it has come a relatively long way. Two models are already on sale in China, with a third in the pipeline. Think of the company as Volvo’s more adventurous younger brother, and you’ll be on the right lines. It’ll be a few years until Lynk & Co appears in the UK with right-hand drive models, but the brand is coming, and the 02 – driven here for the first time – has been designed with a European market in mind. The company’s rapid growth has been made possible by the power of its parent company, Geely, one of China’s largest car makers. When Lynk & Co arrives it will be positioned as a more affordable alternative to Volvo; just as Skoda is to Volkswagen. But being cheaper doesn’t mean a sacrifice when it comes to design or tech; the 02 is essentially a Volvo XC40 in a new designer suit. Visually, it’s a welcome antidote to the current tidal wave of mundane and conservative SUVs - the 02’s more daring shape and design cues giving it real kerb appeal. It’s a similar story inside; the cabin is trimmed with a mix of leather, aluminium and textured plastics. A 10.2-inch display sits flush in the centre console and is controlled by touch or voice commands. In testament to how intuitive the infotainment system is to use, even in our Chinese spec test car the menus and sub menus were simple enough to navigate. The driving position is low, there’s lots of adjustment in the steering wheel and build quality is first rate. Our car rolled out of Lynk & Co’s brand new £1.4 billion state-of-the-art factory in Zhangjakou, on the outskirts of Beijing – and on this evidence, it looks like the negative connotations associated with being ‘Made in China’ will soon be a thing of the past. In Europe, every Lynk & Co model will be electrified, which means the 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine we’re driving here won’t be offered. It will, however, form a basis of the plug-in hybrid version. In our car, the trademark three-cylinder thrum was well muted. Refinement has been a particular focus point in the car’s development, and that becomes more apparent as you begin to make progress. The light steering, cushioned ride and smooth seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox makes it a composed and civilized crossover to drive. It also packs a punch, developing 178bhp and 245Nm of torque. Power delivery is far smoother than the boosty and frantic nature many three-cylinder engines are known for; suiting the car’s more mature and refined character. At motorway speeds there was some noticeable wind noise around the A-Pillar, while the ride felt a little more unsettled – fidgeting over surfaces that seemed perfectly smooth to the naked eye. European cars will get a slightly tweaked suspension set-up, however. Our test route around the roads of the Zhangjakou plant didn’t give us the opportunity to fully assess the car’s handling, but it’s clear the car’s softer and more comfort-focused setup is unlikely to win favour with keener drivers. Despite it being relatively compact, the 02 is rather practical; there’s enough space for two six footers in the back with knee and headroom to spare. There are no boot measurements just yet but it’s clear the space is pretty standard for this type of vehicle. What’s not so standard is the way Lynk & Co will sell its vehicles. Buyers can pay for them outright – our top spec test car costing around 200,000 RMB in China (£23,000) – or pay one monthly fixed fee to cover all vehicle costs. It’s too early for any initial figures, but the complexity and hassle that monthly fee will remove from the car buying process will surely appeal to the younger customers Lynk & Co is targeting.

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Volvo parent company Geely has revealed the first car from its new Lynk & Co brand. It’s called the 01, but don’t let the boring name put you off. If Lynk lives up to all its promises, this compact hybrid SUV could play a huge role in redefining much of the automotive industry. Mechanically speaking, there’s nothing particularly interesting about the Lynk & Co 01. The sport-ute is based off the same Compact Modular Architecture platform Volvo will use for its upcoming small vehicles. Power comes from a combination of a turbocharged 1.5 liter three-cylinder gas engine and an electric motor or a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, with a choice of manual transmission or seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox reportedly on offer. We’re guessing most of the 01s will come equipped with the latter, however—not just because most people in the U.S. prefer automatics, but because a shift-for-itself gearbox is better suited for car-sharing. And that’s where Lynk & Co starts to deviate from the norm. See, the Lynk & Co 01 is designed for car-sharing. When you aren’t using your vehicle, you can share the car with other people with the touch of a button, using the car’s virtual locking system. If someone else wants to use it, they can contact you through an app; when you approve it, the app grants them the ability to unlock your car and drive it for a fee. In effect, if you own one Lynk, you own them all. “THINK AIRBNB. FOR CARS,” the company’s website exclaims. Which brings up another novel part of this SUV: It’s been designed for the super-connected smartphone-using millennial of today. The instrument panel is digital, there’s a 10-inch touchscreen serving as the control for the infotainment system, and the car comes with a wireless phone charging setup. There’s also a concierge service designed to help busy urbanites for those instances where they can’t get Siri to work using the integrated Apple CarPlay. Every Lynk & Co vehicle is also wired into a shared data network, The Verge reports, allowing them to tell each other about everything from traffic conditions to available parking spots at 4G speeds. The 01 comes with plenty of conventional automotive features, too. A power tailgate, some sort of automatic parking system, and a big ol’ sunroof all come standard, according to the company’s website. The climate control can even detect pollution and close the vents if the air is too noxious. That last feature will probably be a big boon in Lynk & Co’s home market of China, where all the models will be built. The 01 will go on sale there first, in 2017; U.S. and European sales the next year. Don’t look for it in dealerships, however, because Lynk & C. won’t have them—at least, not in the traditional sense. Details remain nebulous, but it seems buyers will be able to purchase their cars online and have them delivered to their door; when cars need servicing, they’ll be scooped up wherever they are. (The company will have showrooms where people can check out the vehicles in person, however, and it may offer Tesla-style direct-sales in some physical locations.) The company isn’t stopping there. There will be two more models coming down the road—named, you guessed it, 02 and 03. And more interestingly, the company also describes their vehicles as an open-source platform, giving buyers the chance to work with Lynk & Co to exercise their automotive creativity however they see fit. “Our aim is to enrich and simplify car ownership by re-defining how cars are bought, owned, connected, serviced and used,” Lynk & Co senior vice president Alain Visser said in a statement. Come 2018, we’ll see how well the company can pull it off. Music Credit : PACIFIC SUN by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/kbqmEJTr3nU

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Set to arrive in Europe in 2020, we’ve been for an early drive in the Lynk & Co 02 SUV,
here’s a chance you may not have heard of Lynk & Co. The brand only appeared at the end of 2016, but in that short space of time it has come a relatively long way. Two models are already on sale in China, with a third in the pipeline. Think of the company as Volvo’s more adventurous younger brother, and you’ll be on the right lines.

It’ll be a few years until Lynk & Co appears in the UK with right-hand drive models, but the brand is coming, and the 02 – driven here for the first time – has been designed with a European market in mind. The company’s rapid growth has been made possible by the power of its parent company, Geely, one of China’s largest car makers.
When Lynk & Co arrives it will be positioned as a more affordable alternative to Volvo; just as Skoda is to Volkswagen. But being cheaper doesn’t mean a sacrifice when it comes to design or tech; the 02 is essentially a Volvo XC40 in a new designer suit. Visually, it’s a welcome antidote to the current tidal wave of mundane and conservative SUVs - the 02’s more daring shape and design cues giving it real kerb appeal.
It’s a similar story inside; the cabin is trimmed with a mix of leather, aluminium and textured plastics. A 10.2-inch display sits flush in the centre console and is controlled by touch or voice commands. In testament to how intuitive the infotainment system is to use, even in our Chinese spec test car the menus and sub menus were simple enough to navigate.

The driving position is low, there’s lots of adjustment in the steering wheel and build quality is first rate. Our car rolled out of Lynk & Co’s brand new £1.4 billion state-of-the-art factory in Zhangjakou, on the outskirts of Beijing – and on this evidence, it looks like the negative connotations associated with being ‘Made in China’ will soon be a thing of the past.
In Europe, every Lynk & Co model will be electrified, which means the 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine we’re driving here won’t be offered. It will, however, form a basis of the plug-in hybrid version.

In our car, the trademark three-cylinder thrum was well muted. Refinement has been a particular focus point in the car’s development, and that becomes more apparent as you begin to make progress. The light steering, cushioned ride and smooth seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox makes it a composed and civilized crossover to drive.

It also packs a punch, developing 178bhp and 245Nm of torque. Power delivery is far smoother than the boosty and frantic nature many three-cylinder engines are known for; suiting the car’s more mature and refined character.
At motorway speeds there was some noticeable wind noise around the A-Pillar, while the ride felt a little more unsettled – fidgeting over surfaces that seemed perfectly smooth to the naked eye. European cars will get a slightly tweaked suspension set-up, however.

Our test route around the roads of the Zhangjakou plant didn’t give us the opportunity to fully assess the car’s handling, but it’s clear the car’s softer and more comfort-focused setup is unlikely to win favour with keener drivers.

Despite it being relatively compact, the 02 is rather practical; there’s enough space for two six footers in the back with knee and headroom to spare. There are no boot measurements just yet but it’s clear the space is pretty standard for this type of vehicle.

What’s not so standard is the way Lynk & Co will sell its vehicles. Buyers can pay for them outright – our top spec test car costing around 200,000 RMB in China (£23,000) – or pay one monthly fixed fee to cover all vehicle costs. It’s too early for any initial figures, but the complexity and hassle that monthly fee will remove from the car buying process will surely appeal to the younger customers Lynk & Co is targeting.

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