2018 Lynk & Co 03 Sedan Interior and Exterior Overview

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Both models will share technology with Lynk & Co’s fellow Geely-owned brand Volvo, including a range of engines. There will initially be a 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine and a four-cylinder petrol, with hybrid and EV powertrains in the pipeline. The 01 will go on sale in China later in 2017, extending to Europe and the US thereafter. The premium SUV will spearhead the firm's entry into the global market, having been previewed in concept form last year. It was spotted by our spy photographers winter testing in 2016, and has even been sighted on UK roads ahead of its debut at the Shanghai Motor Show. The lightweight but tech-heavy newcomer is being hailed as the most connected car ever, and is based on the Compact Model Architecture which will be used by fellow Geely brand Volvo to underpin future models, including the new V40 hatch, S40 saloon and XC40 SUV. As will be the case with all LYNK & CO’s cars, the 01 has been designed in Sweden – under the eye of Brit Peter Horbury – and engineered there, too. Inside, there’s a 10.1-inch central touchscreen and telematics systems that are constantly connected to the Internet. Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink are supported, as is Android Auto in selected markets. A shareable ‘digital key’ allows owners to provide access to others, while the car can be controlled by smartphone via the LYNK & CO app. The firm is working with Ericsson to create what is described as an “advanced car connectivity cloud”. Andreas Nilsson, head of design at the new company, explained: “The design brief for LYNK & CO was simple: the cars should stand out from the crowd and appeal to a truly global audience. Plus we wanted to acknowledge that our users are extremely tech-savvy – a smartphone is an integral part of their lives and our interior design reflects that.”

The very first images of the production version of the Lynk & Co 03, the third Lynk & Co after the 01 SUV and the 02 crossover. It looks sporty, with a similar face as the other cars. Interesting design.

The Lynk & Co 03 will hit the Chinese car market in early Q4. Official debut is expected for the Chengdu Auto Show in September.

The 03 is based on the Geely-Volvo CMA platform, just like all the other Lynk & Co cars and the Volvo XC40. Power will come from a 1.5 turbo 3-pot with 154 hp, and a 1.5 turbo PHEV with 178 hp. Size: 4639/1840/460, and wheelbase is 2730.

The white car on the first and second photos is the petrol-version. The PHEV looks far more sporty:

Bigger wheels and a more aggressive front spoiler.

It also gets big pipes and a not-too pretty diffuser-bumper unit. Note small PHEV badge next to ’03’.

Another trim level with a black spoiler.

The 03 will initially only be sold in China. Production in Belgium for the European market is set to start in 2021. Price of the Lynk & Co 03 will range from around 120.000 to 160.000 yuan.

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