Geely has revealed a new flagship version of its Bo Rui lounge called GE, which uses a 1.5-liter plug-in hybrid co-developed by Volvo.
The system blends a 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine with an electric motor. It’s the same system that just launched XC40 T5 twin-cylinder Engine.
The Geely model, it sends drive through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox (developed by Volvo) and is said to be good for 176.5 mpg combined.
Bo Rui is also available with a mild hybrid powertrain, which combines a three-pot motor with a battery integrated starter generator. This variant is claimed capable of 48.7 mpg.
Geely new hybrid model with a dominant front grille said to be inspired by the universe. The interior has a dashboard with a touchscreen display integrated into its front face.
The company has used the Beijing motor show, to highlight its electric ambitions. In addition to the launch of the Bo Rui GE and XC40 T5, has announced that its Lynk&Co brand to sell only electrified models in Europe.
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