BYD Tang 2022.

BYD Tang 2022.

BYD Tang 2022.

Chinese company BYD has presented a seven-seat electric crossover Tang for the European market.

The new BYD Tang has been officially presented in Europe. This is a 100% electric crossover with seven-seat interior.

BYD intends to revolutionize the European electric car market, and this new model is set to play a leading role. It has 400 kilometers of autonomy, all-wheel drive, and lots of equipment.

BYD showed the BYD Tang electric car to the world at the Paris Auto Show 2022, which will be a key model in Europe.

There is a giant grille in the head end of the novelty, which directly connects to some sharp optical groups on LEDs.

Along the top of the grille runs a chrome element. Thanks to the design of the headlights, an interesting effect of continuity is created.

It is worth noting the shape of the bumper with marked air intakes. The side view shows the typical elements of the off-road model.

Plastic bumpers protect the bottom, and roof racks add to the spirit of adventure.

BYD Tang 2022.

At the rear of the body, the lights are arranged horizontally. They are slim and physically connected by a strip of light, which helps emphasize the sense of width.

Exterior customization options are limited, with only a few body colors to choose from: silver-black, mountain gray, off-white, blue, and red.

BYD Tang 2022.

The interior has three rows of seats, with a total of seven seats in a 2+3+2 layout for adult passengers.

The interior is equipped with a 12.3-inch digital dashboard combined with a 12.8-inch touchscreen, which can be rotated to better control some functions of the multimedia system.

BYD Tang 2022.

«The heart» of the new Tang is the 86.4 kWh LFP battery with Blade technology.

The main purpose of the battery is to power two engines, one on each axle. Thus, this BYD SUV boasts the availability of all-wheel drive.

BYD Tang 2022.

The total power of the electric drive system reaches 517 hp and 680 Nm of maximum torque.

It is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds. The top speed is limited to 180 km/h. The autonomy reaches 400 km. The average consumption of 23.8 kWh per 100 km is declared.


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