Cancel the traditional button! BYD released a new generation of Tang interior design drawings.

As the highest-end SUV product under the BYD Dynasty series and even the brand, Tang will launch a new generation of models in 2018. In addition to the plug-in hybrid system, the first generation Tang will also increase the power of 2.0T gasoline. The online auto market has obtained a set of interior pictures of a new generation of Tang from the official. The new car is equipped with an ultra-large instrument panel and a central control display supporting 90 rotation, and the traditional physical buttons are cancelled in the central control area.

The overall design of the new generation of Tang is simple, the central control area simplifies complicated physical buttons, the oversized floating screen can realize all the operation processes, and the 90-degree rotation conforms to the current consumer mobile phone "horizontal" and "vertical" usage habits. The steering wheel is designed to be concave and convex, with the word "Tang" in the center. In-line air conditioning outlets are symmetrically distributed on both sides of the center console, and the interior is surrounded by blue decorative strips, creating a strong sense of luxury.

The length, width and height of the new generation Tang car body are 4870*1940*1720mm respectively, and the wheelbase reaches 2820mm, which is greatly improved compared with the current models. The front face adopts a brand-new design, the air intake grille of the plug-in version is a banner shape, and the gasoline version adopts a mesh structure. The fog lamp areas on both sides of the front of the car are also different in shape. The waistline runs from the front of the car to the rear of the car, and the logo of "Build Your Dreams" is added to the tail.

In terms of power configuration, the new generation of Tang plug-in hybrid version continues to be equipped with a 2.0T hybrid system, and the comprehensive maximum power will exceed 367kW, and the 0-100km/h acceleration time is only 4.9 seconds. The newly added gasoline version is equipped with a 2.0T engine, with a maximum output of 151kW, a peak torque of 320Nm and a comprehensive fuel consumption of 8.8L per 100 kilometers. (Online auto market reported in Beijing on December 29, 2017)

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