Chinese Geely invades the market with a BMW X6-like

Chinese Geely invades the market with a BMW X6-like
Chinese Geely invades the market with a BMW X6-like
Agents of the Chinese company Geely announced their company’s intention to introduce Tugella cars to the Russian market and a number of world markets.These cars are characterized by a streamlined crossover body, similar in design to the bodies of the famous BMW X6 cars, equipped with deliberate curves to improve air flow, and decorated with chrome that covers some parts of the lamps, shock absorbers and exhaust vents.

The structure of these vehicles is 4 meters and 60 cm long, 187 cm wide and 164 cm high, while the distance between the wheel axles is 270 cm, and the luggage capacity is 326 liters, and this capacity can be increased to 1007 liters if the back row of seats is folded.

From the inside, Tugella got many specifications and comfort features, as it was provided with comfortable leather seats that can be controlled by their positions and temperature through electrical systems, and provided with an advanced command interface equipped with a giant touch screen that can be used as an electronic instrument panel and as a tool to monitor camera images, control multimedia systems, and adjust driving settings and systems In the vehicle.

This car is offered with 2.0-liter turbocharged engines that generate 200 or 238 horsepower, 8-speed automatic gearboxes, front and four-wheel drive systems.

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