On October 30, sales of the BYD Song Pro DM-i crossover will start in China, which is the younger brother of the BYD Song PLUS DM-i model (we have already talked about it earlier). BYD Song Pro DM-i is a hybrid, and an advanced one: along with a 1.5-liter gasoline engine, it received an electric motor and a solid-state lithium-iron-phosphate traction battery. Its capacity is not reported, but the source indicates support for fast charging technology: from 30 to 80 percent – in 30 minutes of connecting to a power source.
BYD Song Pro DM-i consumes 4.4 liters per 100 km of run, and a car can drive 1090 km on one tank. Acceleration to 100 km / h takes 7.9 seconds. In terms of mileage at one gas station and dynamics, BYD Song Pro DM-i is inferior to its older brother, but it also costs less: for BYD Song Pro DM-i in basic configuration, they will ask for $ 23,500 in China, while BYD Song PLUS DM-i for $ 7,500 more. In terms of dimensions and equipment, BYD Song PLUS and BYD Song Pro do not differ.
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