WEY VV7 eAD PHEV SUV
The WEY VV7 eAD PHEV SUV was first introduced in November 2016 at the Guangzhou Auto Show during the launch of Great Wall Motors (GWM) new luxury SUV brand WEY. The VV7 was first none in November 2016 as the W01 with the W01 eAD being the plug-in hybrid version. WEY unveiled the production version, the VV7 in April 2017 during the Shanghai Auto Show. WEY introduced the VV7 eAD PHEV SUV only as a concept vehicle while the combustion versions, the VV7 S and VV7 C were made available to the Chinese consumer.
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THE WEY VV7 eAD PHEV SUV IN THE NEWS
2016 Week 46 - WEY luxury SUV brand unveiled
WEY, the luxury SUV brand launched this week unveiled two concepts vehicles at the Guangzhou Auto Show, the WEY W01, and W02. The WEY W01 eAD concept represented the PHEV variant of the unveiled models.
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