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Week 48 2017 - WEY Unveils the P8 PHEV SUV
Great Wall Motors luxury brand, WEY, created in 2016 unveiled its first electric vehicle at the Guangzhou Auto Show. The new vehicle, the WEY P8 was first introduced as the VV7 eAD concept earlier the year. The P8 PHEV SUV has a combined range of 660km (412 miles) and an electric range of 50km (31 miles) from a 13kWh battery. The 20178 WEY P8 PHEV boasts a fuel consumption of 2.3l from its hybrid engine producing a total power 0f 250kW from its 80kW electric engine and 170kW 2.0L Turbocharged engine. The WEY P8 will compete with the BYD Song DM and SAIC Roewe eRX5.
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