Automotive Haval H6

Published on February 29th, 2024 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


HAVAL H6 Coming To Malaysia This 2024 With Surprising Selling Price

As the ‘Chinese’ car invasion accelerates, the HAVAL H6 will be the next best seller

Will the Haval H6 PHEV make its way to Malaysia? It is no secret that Great Wall Motors (GWM) is planning to launch new HAVAL vehicles in Malaysia sometime this year, most likely with the 3rd generation H6 (pictured here) and Jolion as the first offerings.

The HAVAL Jolion has a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine that is mated to a single electric motor and a wet-type dual-clutch Direct Hybrid Transmission (DHT) that drives the front wheels. Although mechanically similar, the hybrid powertrain generates 190hp and 375Nm in this application.

The HAVAL H6 PHEV uses the “core armor” power battery and reduces the safety risks of the battery through the high-strength steel box, heat insulation design, and high-strength safety frame.

In terms of power, built with the L.E.M.O.N. DHT, HAVAL H6 PHEV can intelligently switch in six power modes covering EV, series connection, power direct drive, economic direct drive, parallel connection and power recovery, so that the engine always keeps within the best energy efficiency range.

The plug-in hybrid powertrain of the HAVAL H6 PHEV has greatly improved the range and fuel economy. The H6 Hybrid comes with a new engine that delivers a maximum torque of 325 Nm and intelligent drive system, achieving high efficiency, low fuel consumption, safe driving, and high-performance

The HAVAL H6 PHEV is currently available in China and will soon be available in Thailand.

In addition to this vehicle, GWM’s HAVAL H6 HEV, JOLION HEV and other new energy models have been launched globally and gained market recognition. On September 2 this year, the H6 HEV and JOLION HEV produced by the Rayong New Energy plant in Thailand reached 10,000 units.

HAVAL’s rapid new energy transformation is inseparable from the layout of GWM’s layout in the new energy industry chain, such as the L.E.M.O.N. DHT and battery technology.

The L.E.M.O.N. DHT, developed by GWM, is a highly integrated petrol-electric hybrid system that is compatible with both HEV and PHEV power architectures.

SVOLT, originated from GWM, has formed the comprehensive new energy production and R&D capabilities covering battery materials, cells and modules, and officially entered the field of battery recycling in September this year.

Moreover, GWM has established the integrated supply chain ecology of “production-storage-transportation-refilling-application” in the field of hydrogen energy technology.

GWM will continue to invest in green and clean energy R&D to build a global low-carbon automotive industry chain. It will involve vehicle R&D, supply chains, vehicle production, logistics, sales and use, as well as scrapping and recycling.

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