BYD’s brand-new Qin fuel version was unveiled at Chengdu Auto Show with 10.1-inch central control screen/1.5L+CVT power combination.

Since former design director Iger joined us, our Dynasty series models have become the spokesmen of high value. Recently, the driving sight learned from the official that the new Qin fuel version will be officially unveiled at the Chengdu Auto Show, which opened in September this year. The new car is built on the all-engine and all-power platform under BNA architecture, and its appearance continues the Dragon Face design language. In terms of power, the new car adopts the power combination of 1.5L+CVT, and meets the national six emission standards.

In terms of appearance, the new car continues the Dragon Face design language, and the hexagonal large mouth net is organically combined with four three-dimensional lines on the hood, which has a strong impact. The array LED headlights on both sides of the front of the car are standard equipment in the whole system, and the lighting effect with a sense of science and technology is very eye-catching. On the whole, take the front face as an example. Compared with the old Qin, it really looks a lot better, and it still has a little taste.

In terms of interior, the new car adopts an embracing cockpit layout and takes a simple scientific and technological route. The highlight of the new car interior is the 10.1-inch 8-core self-adaptive rotating suspension central control panel, equipped with a car-mounted multimedia system, which provides rich online entertainment functions. In addition, the new car is also equipped with a flat-bottomed multi-function steering wheel, which adds a sense of movement, and its seat is more sporty, and double stitching design is added to enhance the texture.

In terms of power, the new car will be equipped with a 1.5L naturally aspirated engine with a maximum power of 80kW and a peak torque of 148N·m, which meets the national six emission standards. In terms of transmission system, the new car matches CVT from Wan Liyang.