The all-new Geely Boyue L looks like an SUV designed for aliens!



First shown-off with the codename FX11, Geely has now officially unveiled its latest C-segment SUV, dubbed the Boyue L. The all-new Boyue L is the fourth model (second SUV) in Geely’s line-up with the ‘L’ suffix, and will slot in in-between the Boyue (Proton X70) and the Xingyue L.

The Geely Boyue L is now built on the marque’s Compact Modular Architecture (CMA), which also underpins the Volvo XC40 as well as several Lynk & Co models. As the letter L in the name suggests, the all-new Boyue L is much larger than the existing Boyue/X70 model, measuring 4,670 mm long (+151 mm), 1,705 mm tall (+11 mm), and 1,900 mm wide (+69 mm), according to Car News China.

Perhaps more importantly, the Geely Boyue L also shows off the marque’s latest design language, previewing how future Geely models will look. The futuristic design is characterised by the unique lighting elements both front and back; the daytime-running light up front gets a full-width treatment, with LED lighting elements mimicking the grille design below, while the rear taillamps assembly also get slim vertical stacks on both corners, complementing the headlights design in front.

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Moving onto the inside, the dashboard is now headlined by a massive 13.2-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen infotainment display and a digital instrument cluster, now running on the marque’s new Galaxy OS Air operating system.

The company says the screens on the inside are powered by a Qualcomm 8155 processor, which provides a smooth human-machine interface operation, and is capable of over-the-air updates and also features an AI-powered voice assistant.

Performance wise, Car News China reports that the Boyue L will be offered with two petrol engine options, alongside two hybrids. The ICE options include a 2.0-litre turbocharged inline-four unit with 218 hp and 325 Nm, as well as a 1.5-litre turbo mill with 181 hp and 290 Nm. Both engines are paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

As for the hybrids, they’ll consist of a regular hybrid and a plug-in hybrid, both powered in-part by a 1.5-litre mill, and are paired to a unique three-speed dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT) that also integrates two electric motors and a controller into the same housing.

The Geely Boyue L is due to go on sale in China in the fourth quarter of 2022. Pricing hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the publication estimates the Boyue L to be priced from approximately CNY120,000 (approx. RM80k) in the nation.

[Photos: Geely via Autohome.com.cn]


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