Zotye is following Haval’s example by launching ever more variant and variant of variants of exiting cars, all based on the same platform with the same engines and almost the same price points. The latest addition to the Zotye lineup is the T600 Coupe, the production version of the T600 S concept.
It is based on the Zotye T600. It should not be confused with the T600 Sport, which is a sporty version of the T600. The T600 Coupe is also a sporty version of the T600, but with an extra unique design; most notably at the front with new lights and a new grille and at the completely different D-pillar with.
Interestingly, the design of the dash differs from both the T600 and the T600 Sport. It has a digital instrument panel, an 8-inch touch screen, which is not very large for today’s standards, perforated pedals for extra Coupe speed, and loads of orange leather.
The digital instruments look amazing, sadly we can only see a tiny bit on this photo. The touch screen is pretty good too, with a multi-blue colored ‘grid’ and some cool graphics on the right.
The T600 Coupe does indeed look more sporty than the T600 and T600 Sport.
There will be two engines available, the same engines as in the T600: a 1.5 turbo with 150hp and a 2.0 turbo with 180hp. Strangely, the T600 Coupe won’t get the newer 190hp 2.0 turbo that powers the T600 Sport. Maybe it will get this engine in the future, Zotye can then call it the T600 Coupe Sport.
For now, T600 Coupe is what it is.