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Spy Shots: Hengtian Yueli SUV For China

Published on August 1, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

Spy Shots: Hengtian Yueli SUV For China

Hengtian Auto is working on a new SUV called Yueli. It is a huge machine, combining design elements of the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Land cruiser Prado. The grille is impressive. The vehicle seems to be about five meters long.




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The interior is interesting, with an enormous touch screen, square shaped dials, a large steering wheel, a manual hand brake, and a six-speed manual transmission.

What will be under the bonnet is yet unknown, but we bet it is going to be a Mitsubishi 2.4 four-cylinder petrol with some 160 horsepower. This famous engine powers basically every large Chinese local-brand SUV. It is also far from certain the vehicle will make it to the market at all. Back in 2013 we saw spy shots of a compact SUV that looked ready to roll, but it was never launched.

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Beige seats and red carpets. There appears to be a CD tray in the back of the arm rest.

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Camouflage colors; will this Hengtian too keep hiding forever?

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