The BYD Yuan Up is the latest product that the Chinese brand intends to place on the international market, debuting in the Asian country on March 24th. Shaped like a compact SUV, the model has already been seen both by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and officially.
However, the Yuan Up was only shown from the outside, with no image of the interior, except for shots with everything covered. However, BYD has released sketches of its compact SUV as it will appear next month.
The images show an environment with triangular elements that function as handles on the doors and also on the central console, thus being very different from the style applied to other models in the Dinasty family.
The console will also have a small gear lever in the shape of a lever, as well as the rotating multimedia screen higher up, while between the seats, there is a hollow element under the gear control.
What can still be seen is that the dashboard will have a digital cluster that is larger than the standard and fixed, while the seats maintain the BYD standard with a sporty design, with articulated headrests.
Measuring 4.31 m long and with a wheelbase of 2.62 m, the BYD Yuan Up will be a compact SUV with robust shapes that the brand plans to establish as an attractive alternative to players like the VW T-Cross, which in China is known like Taigun.
Here, its arrival is expected, as the brand has its strengths in compact electric cars here, so much so that there is great expectation regarding the arrival of the Dolphin Mini with prices starting at R$100,000.
In the case of this model, with a 177 horsepower electric motor and batteries with a range of up to 400 km, according to Chinese sources, it could cost between R$160,000 and R$170,000.
BYD Yuan Up – Photo gallery
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