BYD QIN PHEV
The BYD Qin PHEV is an FWD 4-Door Sedan that replaced the BYD F3DM PHEV. The vehicle’s drivetrain is the new DM II from BYD. The DM-II, which stand for Dual-Mode was a significant improvement on the original DM platform, which battery pack weight was nearly double due it’s lower power density. The Qin’s commercial release first introduced at the Beijing Auto Show in 2012, was scheduled for December 2013 and in 2015 in the Philippines. The Qin is assembled at the Xi’an plant in Shaanxi China. BYD replaced the Qin Plug-in Hybrid in mid-2016 with a pure electric Qin EV300.
BYD QIN PHEV SPECS
2018 BYD Qin 5.9S
BYD Qin 2017
BYD QIN PHEV SALES
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