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GWM Pao' s commercial single-row pickup, special for overseas.

From:Internet Info Agency 2019-12-26 12:38:44

The Great Wall Motor Pao is the latest pickup truck model of Great Wall Motor (GWM). Its commercial version was launched in October. The IIA recently took a set of spy photos of the GWM Pao’s commercial edition single-row pickup type. It is reported that in the early stage of the new car, it will mainly be sold in overseas markets and is used to build RVs and other uses. The front end of the new car continues to adopt the shape of the ordinary version, reducing two doors and increasing the length of the cargo box. It may continue to be equipped with a 2.0T gasoline engine.

The overall style of the new car is more concise and capable. The front end of the new car uses a dot-matrix design, with lenses on both sides of the headlight group, and a larger trapezoidal grille below, creating a very wild appearance. The biggest difference of the new car is its side part. The single-row model has two doors reduced and the length of the cargo box increased, further increasing its practicality.

Interior, the new car will continue to use the design of the ordinary version. The central control large screen is connected with silver chrome decoration; the four-spoke steering wheel adds multi-function buttons, which facilitates operation and improves visual effects. The center console is embedded with a 9-inch display and integrated with the latest intelligent network connection system, which supports high-precision voice recognition, entertainment control, remote control, etc.

In terms of power, the new car will also use the powertrain of the ordinary version, providing two power versions. The GW4C20B 2.0T turbocharged gasoline engine has a maximum power of 145 kW and a maximum torque of 360 Nm. The 2.0T four-cylinder diesel engine, coded 4D20M, has a maximum power of 120 kilowatts and a peak torque of 400 Nm. The transmission system is matched with 6-speed manual transmission or ZF 8-speed automatic transmission with two drive modes: rear drive and time-sharing four-wheel drive.

Editor:Hou Minghao