BYD SONG CROSSOVER SUV PHEV
Bearing the name of a Chinese Dynasty, the BYD SONG Crossover SUV PHEV is a four wheel drive vehicle based on the BYD S3 Compact SUV and follows the Tang. The Song’s commercial release first introduced at the Shanghai Auto Show in 2015, is scheduled for mid-2016. The Song is assembled at the Xi’an plant in Shaanxi China. The BYD Song achieved a 5-start safety rating in the C-NCAP, with 58 points it is unrivaled in the SUV sector. The car is connected to Android and iOS devices through Baidu CarLife and Phone Link using either a USB cable or WiFi, rendering the car smarter and more internet-connective. The Song also includes BYD’s new Insta-Pyre Technology purifying the cabin air, and 360° view through built-in camera’s.
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