Chinese Prado: BAIC presented an inexpensive and economical frame SUV

Chinese Prado: BAIC presented an inexpensive and economical frame SUV 1




BAIC BJ60 is a big SUV at a reasonable price. The vehicle is equipped with a hybrid unit and can drive 1,000 km without refueling.

The new BAIC BJ60 has been presented in China. A large SUV will go on sale in the summer and will be a more affordable alternative to the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for about $40-45 thousand. The official website of the Chinese brand informs about it.

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The length of the car exceeds 5 meters.
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BAIC BJ60 – a classic off-road frame vehicle with a characteristic for a car of this class appearance. It has a high hood, two-volume profile, and pronounced extended wheel arches. The grille is made in the spirit of Jeep and received LED backlighting, and its design repeats the curved running lights in the headlights.

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The SUV is available only in a hybrid version
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Dimensions of BAIC BJ60:

Length – 5020 mm
Width – 1955 mm
Height – 1925 mm
Wheelbase – 2820 mm

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The car has a modern digital dashboard and projection on the windshield
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The Interior of BAIC BJ60 is very modern – with a virtual dashboard, projection on the windshield, and a large 12-inch touchscreen. Available in 5 and 7-seat versions. The package includes heated seats, a panoramic sunroof, and 20-inch alloy wheels.

Specifications of BAIC BJ60 have been disclosed only partially. It is known that the SUV will receive a powerful hybrid power plant and will be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in about 6 seconds. Exact fuel consumption is not disclosed but stated that the car will be very economical and on one tank can travel about 1000 km.

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Available in 5 and 7-seat versions.
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Of course, all-wheel drive with reduced gears and differential locks is mandatory. The suspension of all wheels will be independent.