BYD Song L Goes on Sale in China

The all-new BYD Song L goes on sale in China with prices ranging between 189,800 yuan and 249,800 yuan ($26,700 – $35,200). BYD revealed during the launch event that Song L had gotten 28,350 orders since the presales opened on October 31.

BYD Song L China debut 1

song L 03The fastback-styled SUV sits on an all-electric e-platform 3.0 and packs many cutting-edge BYD technologies, including the Disus-C suspension system, CTB (cell-to-body) battery integration technology, and an active rear wing. It also features frameless doors, hidden door handles, and 20-inch alloy wheels.

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Song L is the latest model in BYD’s Dynasty series and is closely related to Denza N7, which shares the same platform. It has dimensions of 4,840/1,950/1,560 mm and a wheelbase of 2,930 mm. Compared to the Tesla Model Y, the BYD Song L is 90 mm longer and stands 64 mm shorter in height.

BYD Song L (2)

The interior features a 10.25-inch LCD instrument panel behind the steering wheel and a 15.6-inch floating rotatable screen. A 50-inch head-up display (AR-HUD) and the latest DiLink technology are also included. There are 5 variants available:

  • Exceed Version 550 km
    • Price: 189,800 yuan ($26,700)
    • 150 kW motor, 71.8 kWh battery
  • Excellence Version 550 km
    • Price: 199,800 yuan ($28,100)
    • 150 kW motor, 71.8 kWh battery
  • Exceed Version 662 km
    • Price: 209,800 yuan ($29,500)
    • 230 kW motor, 87.04 kWh battery
  • Excellence Version 662 km
    • Price: 229,800 yuan ($32,300)
    • 230 kW motor, 87.04 kWh battery
  • Excellence Version 602 km 4WD
    • Price: 249,800 yuan ($35,200)
    • 380 kW motors, 87.04 kWh battery


SOng L W4

BYD Song L has three powertrain options: 150 kW with 310 Nm torque (RWD), 230 kW with 360 Nm torque (RWD), and 380 kW with 670 Nm peak torque (AWD). There are two battery options as well, 71.8 kWh and 87.04 kWh, both BYD-developed LFP Blade batteries. The top trim level of Song L with 380 kW (510 hp) dual motors can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 4.3 seconds.

Source: CarNewsChina

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