On October 7, 2022, the Haval H6 DHT-PHEV was officially launched in Thailand. Delivery is expected to start in mid-November to Thai customers. This is Haval H6 DHT-PHEV’s first overseas launch since its launch on the Chinese market on September 28 with a price range of 159,800 – 173,800 RMB (22,400 – 24,400 USD). Haval is a brand under Great Wall Motors (GWM).
The Haval H6 DHT-PHEV is the first plug-in hybrid model launched by GWM for the Thai market. So far, the Haval H6 HEV, Haval Jolion HEV, ORA Cat, and ORA Cat GT have all been launched in the Thai market.
At the launch conference, the order volume exceeded 1,000 units within 40 minutes.
The Haval H6 DHT-PHEV was built based on GWM’s L.E.M.O.N. platform. GWM claims the L.E.M.O.N. platform is a highly intelligent modular technology platform that complies with NCAP’s five-star safety rating and IIHS’s highest rating requirements.
The car is a C-SUV with a size of 4683/1886/1730 mm with a 2738 mm wheelbase.
The front grille adopts a lattice shape. The Haval LOGO in the middle has a blue background to indicate that it is equipped with a hybrid system.
In the rear, on the left side of the trunk lid is the PHEV logo.
The interior is modified to support driving on the left side of the road in Thailand with the driver’s seat on the right side. The interior comes with a 10.25-inch instrument panel, a 12.3-inch central control screen, and a three-spoke shape steering wheel wrapped in leather material.
The rotary gear shifter sits on the center console.
The Haval H6 DHT-PHEV is equipped with a 1.5-liter ICE paired with an electric motor. The combined output of this system reaches an impressive 240 kW and 530 Nm, and a WLTC fuel consumption of 2.82L/100km. The car offers two pure electric cruising ranges of 55 km and 110 km.