Great Wall Motors, the Chinese manufacturer is all busy to set up a shop at Sanand, Gujarat with an investment of worth Rs 7,000 crores.
The manufacturer is all set to make its debut in India at the Auto Expo 2020 which will take place in Delhi.
Great Wall Motors has always been known from manufacturing giant vehicles and pickup trucks and are set to launch their models in the country.
Havel H6 Features:
The model comes with several premium features such as:
1. The infotainment system of 9 inches which comes up with Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
2. A panoramic sunroof
3. A climate control which is dual-zoned.
4. Cruise Control
5. Powerful front seats
6. An entry which comes keyless and comes up with a push-button start
5. Heated steering wheel
6. 360-degree camera
7. Departure warnings for lanes
8. Electronic stability program
9. blind-spot detection
Havel H6 Design:
The design of the upcoming model is different and unique. The model makes effective use of chrome on the horizontal five-slat front grille.
It is equipped with LED headlamps which come up with DRLs. The side of the model reveals a European design with a roofline giving a very sporty look along with packed 19-inch alloy wheels.
The model also comes up with panoramic sunroof which is an added feature in the model. The boot lid gets a heavy badging and a bumper which gives an extremely sporty look with an exhaust setup.
The interior of the model gives it a very premium look. The steering comes with a chunky leather making it royal and classy at the same time.
The look of the steering seems to be very inspired by the Land Rover. The model also gets extended AC vents which are inspired by Audi.
Last but not least, the model comes up with an instrument cluster with 12.3-inches and a virtual cockpit system.
Havel H6 Engine:
The global model will be available with 2 Euro5-compliant engines of petrol which are 1.5-litre turbo (163PS/280Nm) and a 2.0-litre turbo (190PS/340Nm).
Both of these engines will be seen getting a DCT of 7 speed which can send the power to the front wheels.