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Geely Yuanjing

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Geely Yuanjing
2019 Geely Yuanjing.jpg
3rd Generation of Yuanjing
Overview
ManufacturerGLEagle(2012-2013), Geely(2007-)
Also calledGeely Vision
Geely FC
Geely FC2
Geely FC3
Geely SC7
Gleagle FC
Gleagle GC7
Production2006–present
AssemblyNingbo, Zhejiang, China
Body and chassis
Classcompact car (C)
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
RelatedGeely Haijing
Powertrain
Engine1.3 L 4G13 I4
1.5 L 4G15 I4
1.8 L 4G18 I4

The Geely Yuanjing sedan is a four-door compact sedan produced by the Chinese automaker Geely under the Yuanjing or Vision product series. It is the first commercial car produced by Geely Automobiles. The car was first introduced in 2006. It carries the first CVVT engine designed and made in China. The car was named Geely Tiger, Biaowang and Luhu, but it later renamed "Vision" (远景,Yuǎn jǐng).[1]
Geely Yuanjing went on sale on May 18, 2007 after being adjusted by Magna Steyr. Geely Haijing (Englon Haijing) was based on SMA Haijing, which designed similar to first generation Geely Yuanjing. It carries 6-speed tiptronic transmission or 5-speed automatic transmission which is the same as Geely Yuanjing.[2]

First Generation (FC1,2007-2013)

The first Generation of Geely Yuanjing went on sale on May 18, 2007 after being adjusted by Magna Steyr.[3] Originally named the Geely FC, the compact sedan was later renamed to Geely Yuanjing (Vision) sedan under the Yuanjing (Vision) product series as opposed to the Geely Emgrand (EC7) sedan of the Geely Emgrand product series (Previously a separate sub-brand of Geely).[4] It set its opposite as Hyundai Elantra, which was being sold better than most models in China.

Styling

Styling of the Geely Yuanjing throughout the generations remains similar as the second and third generation cars were extensive facelifts of the first. The original Geely Yuanjing was criticized for resembling the Toyota Corolla (E120), as the Yuanjing was developed benchmarking the compact sedan from Toyota. Most of the early Geely products have the tendency of resembling Toyota products as reverse engineering took a huge part in Geely's past.

Technology

Geely Yuanjing carries the most advanced engine produced by Chinese manufacturers at the time, providing ABS and EBD systems for all models.

Geely Haijing

Geely Haijing
Shanghai Englon SC7 01 China 2012-07-23.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerEnglon (Geely)
Production2010–2015 (Geely)
2009–2010 (SMA)
Model years2010–2015
AssemblyNingbo, Zhejiang, China
Body and chassis
Classcompact car (C)
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
RelatedGeely Yuanjing
Powertrain
Engine1.8L DVVT Engine
1.5L DVVT Engine
Transmission5-speed manual
6-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,602 mm (102.4 in)
Length4,682 mm (184.3 in)
Height1,485 mm (58.5 in)

Geely Haijing, which was developed from SMA Haijing, is one of the flagship commercial automobile produced by Chinese car manufacturer Geely. It was introduced in 2009 by Shanghai Maple Motors, later renamed Englon SC7 or Englon Haijing. The Haijing equipped 2 front parking sensors and 4 rear parking sensors. The high match models are powered with 1.8T engine with 6-speed automatic transmission produced by Australian gearbox manufacturer Drivetrain Systems International.

Technology

2014 Facelift

2015 Facelift

Ending of Production

Second Generation (FC2, GLEagle GC7,2014-2017)

Geely Yuanjing
Gleagle GC7 01 China 2012-06-02.JPG
Post-facelift Geely Yuanjing
Overview
ManufacturerGeely
Also calledGLEagle GC7
Production2013–2017
Body and chassis
Classcompact car (C)
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,600 mm (102.4 in)
Length4,590 mm (180.7 in)
Width1,734 mm (68.3 in)
Height1,470 mm (57.9 in)

The Geely Yuanjing sedan went through a few facelifts with code names FC, FC2, and the FC3 launched in late 2017. The side profile closely resembles the Toyota Corolla from the 2000s throughout the FC, FC2, and FC3 facelifts.[5] The FC2 has completely redesigned front and rear DRGs which requires new front and rear fenders. However, the rest of the vehicle especially the side profile remains unchanged due to the base being the old FC platform. The FC2 is sometimes referred as the second generation Geely Yuanjing or Geely Yuanjing II.

Third Generation (FC3,2018-)

Geely Yuanjing
Geely Yuanjing 02 (cropped).jpg
2018 Geely Yuanjing
Overview
ManufacturerGeely
Production2018–present
Model years2018–present
AssemblyChina
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan

The second facelift was done in late 2017, code named the FC3. Just like the previous facelift, the platform remains unchanged, and this time the old front and rear fenders of the FC2 was also preserved as the edge of the front and tail lamps remains unchanged. Changes on the front are subtile while the tail lamp was redesigned to be positioned horizontally and keeping the original boundaries of the FC2 generation, the rear license plate was also moved downwards onto the rear bumper. The FC3 is sometimes referred as the third generation Geely Yuanjing or Geely Yuanjing III.

References

  1. ^ "吉利FC-1定名远景 独家资料图片全曝光".
  2. ^ "Autohome-Geely Haijing".
  3. ^ "全球同步!吉利远景于5月18日正式上市". autohome.com.cn.
  4. ^ "2014 Guangzhou Auto Show: Geely GC7 New Vision debuts in China".
  5. ^ "Geely Yuanjing compact sedan/FC3".

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This page was last edited on 14 October 2019, at 15:14
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