BYD unveils teaser images of Song L SUV interior in China

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Today, October 10, BYD officially released a set of interior teaser images of its upcoming Song L flagship SUV.

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Judging from teaser images, the interior adopts a dual-color scheme and the dashboard is layered, equipped with a 15.6-inch floating rotatable central control screen, a full LCD instrument panel, and a three-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel. The center console is hollowed out to provide additional storage space.

At the same time, the vehicle operating system will be supported by BYD’s latest-generation DiLink platform. A 50-inch AR head-up display will also be present. According to earlier spied interior images, the center console has a wireless charging panel for mobile phones and two cup holders.

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The Song L is a mid-sized SUV based on BYD’s e-platform 3.0, measuring 4840/1950/1560mm, with a 2930mm wheelbase, and adopts a 5-seater layout. It has an approach angle of 16° and a departure angle of 19°.

Furthermore, both single-motor rear-wheel and dual-motor four-wheel drive versions will be available, equipped with BYD’s DiSus intelligent body control system. The single-motor version has been declared by the Chinese MIIT, offered in low/high power options: 150 kW and 230 kW. The combined power of the dual motors is 380 kW, giving it a top speed of 201 km/h. The official 0 – 100 km/h acceleration time is 4.3 seconds. The Blade battery pack supplied by will be offered in 71 kWh and 87 kWh capacities, providing three pure electric cruising ranges of 550 km, 602 km, and 662 km.

In terms of appearance, BYD Song L adopts the Dynasty series’ latest Dragon Face design language. The A-pillar is blackened. The front face is layered with sharp lines, coupled with a closed grille, LED headlights, and trapezoidal cooling vents at the lower section. The Song (宋) Chinese character is engraved at the center. In addition to the popular through-type taillights, the rear comes with an electric lifting spoiler and high-mounted brake lights, further emphasizing the sporty atmosphere.

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Recently, a black version of the BYD Song L was seen conducting road testing in China. It might launch on the market later this year.

Source: BYD, AutoHome

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  1. Why don’t BYD lift the back of this car, to a real station wagon, “herregårdsvagn”, estate wagon – without calling it a SUV? It does not even look like an SUV.

    It is possible to use the same construction and almost the same design. We don’t like sedans, limousine or similar. We want a practical car, that can have a ski box on the roof, a trailer hook, and an possibility to put the skis thru the middle of the back seat. It is about time the Chinese brands do some research, isn’t it? In winter the Europeans like to go skiing.

    Especially in Northern part of Europe. Without adapting to the European market, they will be left with only their SUV’s, which are much less efficient, and often too vulgare for Europeans. SUV’s are an American fantasy. We are tired of it now. Give us back our practical cars, based on your limo’s – like the Nio ET 5 Touring.

    • These “fat” crossover EVs that are increasingly common these days are created to cater to the fat battery packs beneath the floor. They have a reason to exist.

      Some find the back seat of ET5 Touring a bit cramped. It must cater to both the battery pack (not the most optimal to begin with, having to remain compatible with other SUV models) and the battery swap mechanism, but also refuses to give up its proper “station wagon” exterior. Which means what’s stuck in between – the passenger’s head room – has to sacrifice.


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