The Geely Galaxy’s first plug-in hybrid model, the Galaxy L7, officially rolled off the production line today. This model has already met with consumers for the first time at the Shanghai Auto Show, and the reservation was opened last month. It is expected that the new car will be officially launched in the second quarter of this year. According to official data, blind orders for new cars have exceeded 10,000.
The Galaxy L7 is positioned as a compact SUV, produced based on the e-CMA architecture, and equipped with a new generation of Raytheon electric hybrid system (plug-in hybrid), targeting the 150,000-200,000-CNY market.
Galaxy L7 is known as “the first choice for smart electric hybrid SUVs for families”.
In terms of interior, the interior of the new car is black and white, equipped with a 10.25-inch full LCD instrument, a 25.6-inch AR-HUD head-up display, a 13.2-inch central control screen using the Galaxy N OS system, and a built-in Snapdragon 8155 chip. inch entertainment screen.
In terms of power, the new car will be equipped with a new generation of Raytheon electric hybrid system (plug-in hybrid). The maximum power of the 1.5T four-cylinder engine in the system is 163 horsepower, the vehicle can accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 6.9 seconds, and the fuel consumption is 5.23L/h. 100km, 1370km cruising range under CLTC conditions. In addition, the vehicle also provides fast and slow charging methods.