When it comes to the “God car” with Toyota’s mark up, GAC Toyota hanlanda is definitely one. No price increase at the 4S store is often the biggest discount. Compared with hanlada, Volkswagen tuang, Mazda cx-8, Honda crown road and other models often have various problems, causing customers to finally turn to Guangfeng’s 4S store and pick up hanlanda. Recently, we obtained a group of spy photos of FAW Toyota’s “hanlanda” in BIW through online channels. From the pictures, it can be seen that the side shape of the BIW of this car is very similar to that of the overseas version of the new Highlander. In addition, as early as March this year, it was reported that FAW Toyota was preparing a project code named “770b”, which was positioned as a medium-sized SUV, while FAW Toyota’s suppliers directly referred to it as FAW Toyota’s “hanlanda”. < p > < p > at the end of 2018, FAW Toyota registered two trademarks of “Luze” and “Lufang”. Perhaps the official name of the new car will be one of them. < / P > < p > and in the power part, the new car may only launch hybrid models. Referring to the overseas version of the new generation of Highlander, it can be seen that the hybrid power system composed of 2.5L naturally aspirated engine and electric motor. < / P > < p > the comprehensive maximum power can reach 182kw, compared with 162kw of cash fuel version, the power is greatly improved. The transmission system is expected to match the E-CVT transmission with a fuel consumption of 6.6l per 100 km. < p > < p > in terms of selling price, the price range of the current hanlanda fuel version is 239800-325800 yuan, which is expected to be similar to that of FAW Toyota. < / P > < p > it can be predicted that with the production and sale of FAW Toyota’s “hanlanda” model, the situation that hanlanda is hard to get will be improved. < / P > < p > and in order to maintain competition, GAC Toyota is bound to produce more highland models. All in all, it’s good news for hanlanda’s interested friends. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States