Chery Tiggo 8L SUV rendering images revealed

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On June 17, Chery released the rendering images of its Tiggo 8L SUV, positioned as an “all-scenario family mid-size SUV” and the flagship model of the Tiggo 8 series with a “5+2” seat layout. It recently was granted a sales license by the Chinese regulator and is expected to launch in August to September timeframe.

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Earlier on April 26, the Tiggo 8 series reached its 500,000th vehicle milestone with the Tiggo 8 Plus Kunpeng e+ rolling off the production line, making the series the fastest Chinese mid-size SUV and 7-seater SUV to reach this milestone, according to Chery. In 2023, the series sold 127,018 vehicles, a slight year-on-year increase of 5.4%. Furthermore, the entire Chery Tiggo family was the best-selling Chinese gasoline-powered SUV with a sales volume of 940,000 units.

In the front, the Chery Tiggo 8L has a larger grille with a dot matrix design, decorated with chrome trim around the edges. From the side, the Chery Tiggo 8L adopts hidden door handles, densely spoked rims, black wheel eyebrows, and a sunroof. The D-pillar position has a clear corner design.

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According to previous declaration information by the Chinese MIIT, the car will run on 18, 19, and 20-inch rims.

Additionally, the dimensions are 4795/1930/1729 (1741) mm, and the wheelbase is 2770 mm, which is longer and wider than the current Tiggo 8, Tiggo 8 Pro, and Tiggo 8 Plus on sale. Consumers can choose from 5-seater and 7-seater interior layouts.

In the rear, the horizontal through-type taillight is coupled with the “CHERY” English logo and dual-sided exhaust layout, further highlighting the sportiness of the vehicle. Power will come from a 2.0T turbocharged engine code-named SQRF4J20, with a maximum power of 187 kW (251 hp) and a peak torque of 390 Nm. The Chery Tiggo 8L will also provide two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive options, with a fuel consumption of 7.8L/100km and 8.5L/100km, respectively.

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Furthermore, other optional configurations including front/rear radar, green glass, roof luggage rack, and different rim styles are also available, according to the Chinese MIIT.

Source: Chery Weibo, Chinese MIIT, ITHome, QQ News

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