Wey Mocha gets an update in China
Wey, a car brand controlled by Great Wall Group, has rolled out a facelift for one of its coffee-themed crossover SUVs, the Mocha. Per AutoHome, the car gets exterior and interior improvements alongside a new flagship spec rated at 396 metric hp. Preorders are already running on the domestic market.
The 2024 Wey Mocha sports a frameless radiator grille, new bumpers and two-tier headlights with Lanshan-style slim upper sections. The taillights also have two tiers, the upper one forming a continuous LED strip across the entire rear. The car is 4,881 x 1,960 x 1,690 mm large with 2,915 mm of wheelbase (inches: 190.7 x 76.6 x 66 and 113.9, respectively).
The interior has got rid of nearly all physical buttons, leaving only a few on the steering wheel spokes and the armrests. Most in-car functions are now accessed solely through the 9-inch center console screen. The infotainment display is much larger at 14.6 inches of diagonal size, and the digital dashboard is a 9.2-inch reverse trapezoid shape.
While the new Mocha is expected to ship with a variety of powertrains to choose from, only the range-topping hybrid version has been revealed so far. It combines a 1.5-liter petrol engine with a single e-motor for 396 PS (391 hp / 291 kW) and 570 Nm (420 lb-ft) of torque. Running on electric power alone gives you 175 km (108 miles) of manufacturer-rated range under ideal conditions. Fuel spending comes to 5.5 liters per 100 km in mixed cycle (42 MPG), and maxing out both the fuel tank and the battery lets you cover 1,100 km (683 miles) or so.
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