Spy Shots: Great Wall Haval H8 is completely Ready in China

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Spy Shots: Great Wall Haval H8 is completely Ready in China

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New spy shots show that the Great Wall Haval H8 is completely ready. Still, Chinese media continue to say that the Haval H8 will be launched on the China car market late next year. The vehicle loox as if it could be launched before the end of this year! The two vehicles on the photos are definitely pre-production or first-batch production, not some sort of prototypes, the design seems fully finalized.

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The Haval H8 debuted as Haval H7 on the Beijing Auto Show in April. Great Wall announced the name-change on last month’s Guangzhou Auto Show. Power will come from a 2.0 turbo with 218hp and 324nm, mated to a six-speed automatic. Size:4800/1938/1785, wheelbase is 2915.


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The Haval H8 will be the biggest Great Wall SUV so far, price will start around 180.000 yuan. This will bring Great Wall in direct competition with Korean, Japanese and European brands for the first time. Great Wall has been on the up many years so a slightly more expensive car will be perfectly acceptable for Chinese car buyers.


Heavy chrome up front. Lights and leds neatly designed.





First good shot of the interior of the production version. Very neat again. Wood and light-colored leather. Bog screen a bit low on the center console. Handbrake likely electronic.


That’s three persons on the rear bench, Great Wall still doing some testing there.

Via: Autohome.

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  1. Exterior is okay but not exceptional. The rear lights look cheap and there is something odd about the side view which I can’t quite put my finger on.

    The wheels look too small for the body shell, as is often the case with Chinese vehicles, but the cab also looks pushed too far back. I think it’s because the rear window finishes behind the end of the rear wheel, but the A pillar starts back from the front wheel arch.

    Most important thing about this product is the leap in perceived quality which it will represent, most importantly in the interior. The dash will set a new benchmark for Great Wall.


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