The FAW Group’s Hongqi H9 luxury sedan aims to take on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class in China. The exterior boasts protruding red trim, an integral part of the model’s front face, and a classic waterfall grill, while the side profile sports flowing lines extending from the headlamps to the rear. Step around back, and the rear integrates modern techniques with Chinese culture elements such as the Tian’anmen Rostrum of Beijing. Readm ore for an in-depth test drive and additional information.
Inside, it adopts a new design concept referred to as “oriental artistic conception,” adorned with wood grain, leather and chrome-plated materials, creating an impressive atmosphere. Other features include full LCD (liquid crystal display) instrument clusters and large center console screen lend futuristic sense along with the 12-inch head-up display (HUD) and video-streaming rearview mirror. Safety technologies include a surround view monitor system, GUARD system, Safe Plus information security system, Health & Environment and more.
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The Hongqi H9 is available for two types of powertrain. The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine is able to pump out 180 kw and 380 N·m of torque peak, and the 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine will churn out 200 kw and 400 N·m of torque peak. Both the two versions are mated with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission,” said the FAW Group.