Chinese car maker Haval has unveiled its all-new four, H4 that is, mid-sized SUV ahead of the Beijing motor show.
Based on the HR-02 concept shown at Auto China 2016, the new H4 will be available with two turbocharged petrol engines – a 1.3 and a 1.5 litre – matched to Haval’s new seven-speed dual clutch transmission.
The 1.3T engine delivers 102kW and 225Nm, while the 1.5 produces 124kW and 285Nm.
Measuring 4420mm long by 1845mm wide and 1695mm high, the new H4 rides on a 2660mm wheelbase.
Inside, the new H4 features an all-new hi-tech interior, including a floating 12.0-inch screen, LCD instrument panel and keyboard-style switchgear.
It will come equipped with a 360-degree vision system, lane departure warning, lane change assist, tyre pressure monitoring and front and rear parking sensors.
It also features the new Haval Connected telematics system, which can be used for smartphone mirroring, emergency rescue, security monitoring and remote vehicle diagnosis.
Don’t get too excited because at this stage the new H4 is left hand drive and earmarked only for domestic consumption.
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