The Haval H6 Coupe has made its market debut today at the 2015 Auto Shanghai. Based on the country's best-selling H6 SUV, the Coupe model is 4,549 mm long, 1,835 mm wide and 1,700 mm tall. Though the length, width and height of the Coupe model are lesser than the H6, the wheelbase measures 2,720 mm, 40 mm more than that of the H6.
The brand's second-generation design language is seen in the front with elements like the Rhombus chrome grille and the wide xenon headlamps with L-type daytime running lights. The side profile is enriched with chrome sills, chrome strips that follow through the window panels, large alloy wheels and black plastic-clad fenders. Here also lies the Coupe's main feature - the sloping roofline that ends in an Evoque-like D-Pillar.
The rear features horizontally positioned taillamps that extend on to the tailgate, chrome strip that follows from the side window panels, wide-spaced "HAVAL" lettering on the tailgate, tailgate spoiler and sporty skid plates that house the two exhaust pipes.
Noteworthy interior features include 8-way electrically adjustable driver's seat and 4-way adjustable front passenger's seat, 8-inch touchscreen LCD infotainment system, and a panoramic sunroof.
The Coupe SUV is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged direct injection petrol engine that develops 194 hp and 315 Nm of torque. This Euro V+ engine can be paired to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a 6-speed wet-type dual clutch transmission. The manual transmission variant(s) can be had with two- or four-wheel drive.
Safety and assistance features offered include electronic stability program (ESP) sourced from Bosch, electronic brake force distribution system (EBD), hill-start assist system (HHC), down-hill assist control (HDC) system, brake assist (BA) system, AVH automatic braking, brake override system (BOS), and blind spot detection.
The Haval H6 Coupe SUV is priced from CN¥ 13.98 million-17.18 million (INR 14.19 lakhs to 17.44 lakhs).