Chiptuning Wey - Subsidiary company of Great Wall Automobile Holding Co. Ltd. GWM serves the Chinese luxury market. At the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show, three new prototypes were revealed technically based on Havals H7. The VV7 was the first own project and introduced 2017 at Shanghai. Same year Wey celebrates its Europe premiere at IAA, presenting the sporty Hybrid-SUV P8. Chiptuning Wey combines luxury with sportiness.
Wey Chiptuning - a member of the Great Wall Group based in Baoding, China. To the car fleet belong above all luxurious SUVs, alternatively with classic burners or plug-in hybrid. Wey Chiptuning has been available since 2016, but sales in Europe are not scheduled until 2021. The first production model is the VV7 which is technically based on the Haval H7. The design is sporty and tailored to the European market: Wey Chiptuning has been developed to match the design.
Wey chiptuning - The brand was introduced in 2016 is positioned as a luxury brand of the Chinese parent company Great Wall Motors. The name derives from the ancient state of Wei. In 2017 the public will be introduced to the first production car called VV7. The sportily designed SUV shares the platform with the Haval H7. So that the power is in no way inferior to the design we developed Wey chiptuning. The hybrid car P8 GT gives an outlook on the future of the group. The system power should be 340 hp and an electric range of up to 70 KM. Market launch is planned for 2019. We look forward to more cars of the young brand with dynamic Wey chiptuning.
|Wey P8 2.0T||1947 ccm||234 HP||172 kW||360 Nm||GW4C20A|
|Wey VV5 2.0T||1947 ccm||197 HP||145 kW||355 Nm||GW4C20NT|
|Wey VV6 2.0T||1967 ccm||197 HP||145 kW||355 Nm|
|Wey VV7 2.0T||1947 ccm||234 HP||172 kW||360 Nm||GW4C20A|
|Wey W01 2.0T||1967 ccm||231 HP||170 kW||355 Nm|
|Wey W02 2.0T||1967 ccm||231 HP||170 kW||355 Nm|
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