Chery Launches TIGGO 9 PHEV at Beijing Auto Show

April 29, 2024
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On April 26, 2024, Chery introduced the TIGGO 9 PHEV at the Beijing Auto Show, adding to its TIGGO range as the market for New Energy Vehicles grows.

This plug-in hybrid vehicle is part of Chery's commitment to expanding its portfolio with cleaner transportation options.

At the Beijing Auto Show, Chery presented the TIGGO 9 PHEV, a vehicle that incorporates a plug-in hybrid system into the brand's SUV lineup.

The exterior of the SUV features an octagonal grille design and comes with 20-inch wheels.

The interior of the TIGGO 9 PHEV is designed with a 15.6-inch 2.5K HD screen and a multifunctional console.

Seats with 3D stitched design are also part of the interior features, intended for comfort and visual appeal.

Under the hood, the TIGGO 9 PHEV is equipped with a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission, offering 175kW and 385Nm of torque.

An additional 3DHT electric motor brings the maximum power output to 165kW.

Chery reports that the TIGGO 9 PHEV achieves 5.2 liters per 100 kilometers fuel consumption under WLTC conditions.

With the hybrid system, the vehicle can cover a range of over 1400 kilometers, according to WLTC measurements.

The TIGGO SUV range, first launched in 2005, now includes several models, with the TIGGO 9 PHEV being the latest addition.

The range also includes the TIGGO 8 Pro Max, TIGGO 7 Pro, and Omoda 5.

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