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Geely Yuanjing X1

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Geely Yuanjing X1
2018 Geely Yuanjing (Vision) X1 front 8.5.18.jpg
Overview
ManufacturerGeely
Production2017-present
DesignerBrett Patterson

Chun Ye Xiaowen Li

Huanhuan Wang
Body and chassis
Classmini CUV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive layout
RelatedGeely Panda
Powertrain
Engine1.0 L I4 (gasoline)
1.3 L I4 (gasoline)
Transmission5 speed manual
4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,353 mm (92.6 in)
Length3,778 mm (148.7 in)
Width1,663 mm (65.5 in)
Height1,519 mm (59.8 in)
Chronology
PredecessorGeely Panda
Geely GX2


The Geely Yuanjing X1 is a mini CUV produced by Chinese manufacturer Geely slotting below the Geely Yuanjing X3.

Background

As Crossovers and SUV are being more favored by Chinese people [1], most Chinese car manufacturers appeared their SUV projects on the market. Geely, relying its rich experience in car manufacturing, released 7 new crossover and SUV--Vision SUV, Vision X1, Vision X3, Boyue, Vision S1, Emgrand GS and Emgrand GSe. Vision X1 is a product which divided Geely's market into more meticulous parts. At the same time, X1 made a complete "Vision" Family coexist with the "Bo" family and the "Emgrand" Family. The three families accelerate Geely's motto of "Young" and "Comprehensive".[2]

History

Former Geely Vision X1 was called Emgrand V01 and was published in early 2017. [3]The Geely Yuanjing X1 was launched on the Chinese car market in May 2017. Price ranges from 39,900 yuan to 57,900 yuan. [4] The Yuanjing X1 is based on the Geely Panda sold from 2009 to 2017.[5][6]

Design

The Vision X1 carries on Geely GX2's supermini CUV car style to ingratiate the post-90s generation. The interior is more fancy. The idea of the dashboard came from surf boards. The 11.6 inches touchscreen carries Geely's X-FUN system and supports voice control, GPS and Wi-Fi. To activate it, passenger needs to say "你好远景" (hello,vision). The multi-function steering wheel is able to activate ACC mode, switch driving modes and receive bluetooth calls.[7] The panoramic sunroof is quite amazing since there aren't another supermini CUV with the same thing. However, the sunroof is unable to open.[8] Vision X1 equips the LingLong GREEN-Max 175/60 R15 tires. The front axle equips disc break and the rear is drum brake.[9]

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "【图】其实快乐很简单 测试远景X1 1.3L自动挡_汽车之家". www.autohome.com.cn.
  2. ^ "配置丰富操控灵活 试驾吉利远景X1".
  3. ^ "【图】定位入门级小型SUV 吉利V01预告图发布_汽车之家". www.autohome.com.cn.
  4. ^ Feijter, Tycho de (February 15, 2017). "The Geely Yuanjing X1 Is A New Crossover Hatchback For China". CarNewsChina.com.
  5. ^ Wang, Joey (May 22, 2017). "Geely Yuanjing X1 Launched On The Chinese Car Market". CarNewsChina.com.
  6. ^ Wang, Joey (March 14, 2017). "New Photos Of The The Geely Yuanjing X1 Crossover Hatchback". CarNewsChina.com.
  7. ^ "【图】远景X1内饰_远景X1座椅_空间_乘坐空间_汽车之家". www.autohome.com.cn.
  8. ^ https://www.autohome.com.cn/4293/0/31/Section.html?pvareaid=101503#maodian. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  9. ^ https://www.autohome.com.cn/4293/0/38/Section.html?pvareaid=101504#maodian. Missing or empty |title= (help)
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