BYD Song L makes a debut, market entry expected this year

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BYD Song L made an official debut at Chengdu Auto Show on Friday. Mid-size SUV that follows shooting brake design is expected to enter the market in the next quarter.

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Based on then previous data revealed by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the electric SUV fastback offers single and dual motor variants, with a maximum power of 380 kW (510 HP). The single motor option will offer 230 kW of power (308 HP), while the AWD dual-motor version will add a front motor with 150 kW. The top speed is limited to 201 km/h.

Song L sits on e-platform 3.0 and will feature an LFP Blade battery manufactured by BYD’s subsidiary Jinan Fudi Battery Co., Ltd. (FinDreams). The battery will be placed in a cell-to-body chassis (CTB), which was first introduced last year in the car maker’s electric compact sedan fastback, Seal. The car’s dimensions are 4,840/1,950/1,560 mm with a 2,930 mm wheelbase.

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The new SUV fastback is a part of the Dynasty series together with HanTangYuan Plus (Atto 3), and the rest of the Song family. As suggested, all Dynasty series cars are named after Chinese emperors. Song L has cool-looking frameless windows, a blacked A-pillar, hidden door handles, a large panoramic roof car, and a pop-out lip spoiler on the tail. 

Source: Dongchedi, Internet Info Agency

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  1. Bring this car to production!
    And release it in Europa instead of the old junk (new skin on Song plus)
    There is no place for a car that’s 5years old giving it a new skin and trying to dump it to EU will only result un a bad name


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