Tank 300 Hi4-T will launch on April 22, limited to 3,000 units

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Recently, Great Wall Motor’s Tank brand announced that its Tank 300 Hi4-T off-road SUV will officially launch on April 22, limited to only 3,000 units in 2024. The new car will also appear at the Beijing Auto Show later this month.

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Compared to the Tank 300 ICE version, the production cost of the Tank 300 Hi4-T has increased by about 60,000 yuan (8,300 USD), according to the brand. For reference, the Tank 300 currently on sale starts at 199,800 yuan (27,600 USD).

From the appearance, the Tank 300 Hi4-T continues the design of the Tank 300 series, featuring a square body, retro round headlights, and an external rear spare tire. The dimensions are 4760 mm long, 1930 mm wide, 1903 mm tall, and the wheelbase is 2750 mm. Its curb weight is 2645 kg. As an off-road SUV, the Tank 300 Hi4-T has an approach angle of 32 degrees, a departure angle of 33 degrees, and a minimum ground clearance of 222 mm. Towing is also supported with the braked towing capacity being 2000 kg and the unbraked towing capacity being 750 kg.

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From the side, the roof is equipped with luggage racks, paired with 18-inch rims and protruded wheel arches and side skirts.

The Tank 300 Hi4-T is powered by Great Wall Motor’s Hi4-T plug-in hybrid system composed of a 185 kW 2.0T engine and a P2 electric motor, mated to a 9HAT, bringing the comprehensive system power and torque to 300 kW and 750 Nm, respectively. Additionally, the new car comes standard with a locking rear differential and a four-wheel drive system.

Furthermore, its 37.11 kWh ternary lithium battery pack provides a WLTC pure electric cruising range of 105 km. Under a full tank and full charge, the Tank 300 Hi4-T has a comprehensive cruising range of 860 km, and the WLTC comprehensive fuel consumption is 2.06L/100km, according to Tank. The charging socket is located on the rear fender on the passenger side.

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Source: DongCheDi, d1ev

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  1. Electric range is not good for the 37.11 ternary battery. The nissan leaf has 40kwh 149 mile range. The rest is for range anxiety and additional off-road power. I wonder if you can purely use this on electric, recharging every time it reaches a low range. The fossil fuel being there just in case. Which I’m sure a lot of people will like.


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