2025 GWM Haval H6 Debuts with Updated Design and Features Ahead of Beijing Motor Show

Matt Brand
April 22, 2024
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The 2025 GWM Haval H6 has been revealed with a series of design updates prior to its public unveiling at the Beijing motor show.

The SUV features a new grille and front-end design, which includes elements that are similar to those found on certain Hyundai models, such as the Palisade and Tucson.

Changes to the rear include new dual light tail-lamps, alongside the introduction of GWM's updated logo, first seen at the 2023 Shanghai motor show.

The interior sees the addition of a larger infotainment display and a redesigned steering wheel. Despite these updates, the SUV retains the same engine configurations as its predecessor, including the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, which delivers 150kW and 320Nm of torque.

The hybrid and GT versions will also remain available, each maintaining their respective design and performance specifications.

The introduction of the Haval Xiaolong Max as a potential successor to the H6 suggests a shift towards incorporating more advanced and environmentally friendly technologies in future models.

This new SUV, initially showcased in Shanghai, is larger than the current H6 and comes equipped with features designed to optimize driving efficiency and versatility.

The 2025 GWM Haval H6's release provides a glimpse into the company's direction for updating existing models and introducing new technologies in line with evolving automotive trends.

Matt Brand
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