Chery’s Jetour Shanhai L9 SUV made its debut appearance in China

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On November 10, Chery’s upcoming mid-size SUV called Shanhai L9 under the Jetour brand’s Shanhai new energy vehicle series debuted in China, prior to its November 14 launch date. The new car is the plug-in hybrid version of the Jetour X90 Plus SUV. Its price tag is expected to be under 200,000 yuan (27,400 USD).

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In the front, the large polygonal grille decorated with triangular elements and framed by a chrome strip and through-type taillight strip is highly recognizable, paired with a split headlight set. The license plate is also embedded inside the grille. At the same time, there is a millimeter-wave radar positioned under the grille. It is expected that Shanhai L9 will come with at least a level 2 advanced driving assistance system.

At the rear, there is a roof spoiler, high-mounted brake lights, and through-type taillights. The bottom section has an exhaust outlet on each side. The Shanhai L9 C-DM logo is located on the lower right. In addition, the new car runs on large multi-spoke rims and is equipped with conventional door handles.

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Based on the new Shanhai Platform, the size of the new car measures 4862/1925/1784 mm with a 2850 mm wheelbase. For reference, the 2024 Jetour X90 Plus has a size of 4858/1925/1780 mm with a 2850 mm wheelbase.

Inside, the dashboard is layered with different colors, including black, gray, and white, coupled with the green seats and center console. There is a flat-bottom three-spoke steering wheel, an instrument panel, and a large floating central control screen. Under the central control screen is an air-conditioning outlet. Both the center console and door trim are wrapped in leather material.

The interior adopts a 2+3+2 layout for a total of seven seats. A five- or six-seater layout is also available.

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Power comes from a 1.5T four-cylinder engine and an electric motor, mated to a 3-speed DHT and a 19.43 kWh ternary lithium battery pack. The engine has a maximum power of 115 kW and a peak torque of 220 Nm. The WLTC pure electric cruising range is 84 km and the comprehensive fuel consumption is 1.49L/100km.

Source: DongCheDi, AutoHome

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