China has announced the GAC Yingku hybrid crossover. The GAC Yingku is a hybrid crossover that stands out from other models on the Chinese market. It features a futuristic front design and a 2.0-liter engine in the power plant. Usually, a 1.5-liter internal combustion engine is used. And, of course, it has autonomy. Official data shows that the crossover can drive 1711 kilometers on one tank of gasoline and consumes 3.2 liters per 100 km.
The traction battery’s capacity is unknown. However, data about the electric motor is not available. Developers only stated that the ICE in the hybrid 2.0-liter installation runs on the Atkinson economy cycles and is connected with the GMC 2.0 electromechanical transmission. GAC Yingku will also offer pure petrol versions with turbocharged 1.5-liter engines. These petrol versions will get less mileage per gallon of gasoline.
Yingku will provide a system for intelligent driving assistants to GAC based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon8155 single-chip system with 27 sensor and sensors. Only the second level is available, meaning that adaptive cruise control will be limited. There are eight parking modes, meaning that the car can park itself at a distance of up one kilometer.
Although the creators have yet to announce a production start date, the GAC Yingku is expected to begin production in the second half this year. Prices will be revealed closer to the launch of sales.