BYD Tang presented — 505 HP, 720 Nm, 0-100 km/h in 4.9

BYD Tang presented - 505 HP, 720 Nm, 0-100 km/h in 4
BYD Tang представила - 505 л.с


Inside is quite different from what we can expect from Chinese production car is, so to speak, quite stylish. Large touch screen infotainment system has priority on the center console, although there is a small amount of wood and leather in the cabin helps to keep things Oh-so-chic.

Putting all that power at each corner is a six-speed automatic transmission. Look closely and you’ll be able to discover 5-4-2′ sign, right over the front wheel fenders — which stands for 0-100 km/h in less than five seconds, the four-wheel Drive and fuel consumption Fig. 2 liters per 100 km (50 km/l).

Curiously, there is an option to disable the heating of the engine completely, only the front motor powering the front wheels — again using the gasoline engine. Finally, all mode turns on both motors and gasoline engine, providing maximum performance.

Amazing performance is ensured thanks to the 2.0-liter turbocharged Gasoline engine with 205 HP and 320 Nm of torque, paired with two electric motors, each producing the equivalent of 150 HP and 200 Nm of torque. Will add all this up and you will get a 505 HP and 720 Nm — in other words, the actual mind-boggling numbers.

Four driving modes allow the driver to choose between electric-only mode with the rear motor rotates the rear wheels. Next-range-extender mode, in which the Gasoline engine supports the front of the motor, along with rear-wheel drive engine.



In addition, two limited edition variants BYD Tang (named after the “Tang”) is Tang Tang Limited and Ultimate. 98-unit Limited version adds in red alloy wheels and an upgraded interior, and the 200-block of the Ultimate version gets a lot of performance updates.

Forget the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, BMW X5 M, the Range Rover Sport SVR. Forget them all. What you see here is one of the fastest SUVs around — and this is (surprise, surprise) a hybrid. In BYD Tang was just opened in China, SUV should go on sale in China-only model.

The result? Sports kit is included along with the fall of the century sprint time, which sees the Ultimate tan to take only 4.4 seconds to hit 100 km/h Rates on Tang Limited start at RMB300,000 (RM172,950), but the hybrid benefits in China could see prices plummet just RMB220,000 (RM126,830).

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