BYD TANG DM PHEV
The BYD Tang PHEV is a 4WD Compact SUV and is based on the BYD S7 SUV. The vehicle’s drivetrain is the new DM II from BYD. DM stands for Dual Mode. The BYD Tang’s commercial release first introduced at the Beijing Auto Show in 2014, was scheduled for January 2015. The BYD Tang is assembled at the Xi’an plant in Shaanxi China. The Tang is named after the Tang Dynasty is and at a total output of 505hp and 720N.m torque it’s the most powerful PHEV in the world. The Ultimate Edition has 411kW System Output and 870N.m Peak Torque due to 300N.m torque on the rear motor, resulting in an acceleration of 0 -62mph in 4.5 seconds. The Ultimate addition comes at a price though of C¥518,800 before incentives, nearly double that of the base model.
The new generation BYD Tang will be equipped with a 2.0T plug-in hybrid system with a maximum power of 367kW and 0-100km/h acceleration of only 4.5 seconds will be available in the first half of 2018.
BYD TANG PHEV SPECS AND DIMENSIONS
2018 BYD TANG PHEV
2017 BYD TANG 100 PHEV
BYD TANG PHEV SALES
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THE BYD TANG ELECTRIC CAR IN THE NEWS
Week 45 2018 - BYD Tang DM 5 seater available on pre-order
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