The Xingyue L will feature a turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Geely presented at the Shanghai Auto Show 2021, the mid size crossover Xingyue L.
The exterior, it exemplifies the brands so called accelerating through time and space aesthetic. In a world where we often see automakers applying their own philosophy to roughly the same SUV silhouette, the latest offering from Geely is very much a bespoke vehicle. The only moderate similarity can be spotted in the rear lightbar, that connects the brake lights.
The inside. Along with level two autonomous driving capabilities, the vehicle also comes with a completely unmanned automated valet system. Details remain sparse, but the Xingyue L can search for spots and park itself within a 200 meter area. Geely says this is possible thanks to a joint strike force of 12 ultrasonic radars, 5 millimeter wave radars, 4 high definition surround view cameras, 1 monocular camera, 1 dashcam, 1 interior camera, and 24 environmental sensors.
Under the hood, the Xingyue L will have a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine with 215 horsepower, jointly developed by Volvo and Geely. Buyers will also have the option to spec, a tuned version of the same powerplant with 235 horsepower. Power will then be sent to all-four wheels via BorgWarners sixth generation four-wheel drive system.
The SUV will to be launched in Chinese markets and plans to go global in the near future.