After last week’s teaser, Great Wall has revealed the first images of its Adventure ute ahead of a public debut at the Shanghai motor show later this month.
The Adventure ute is tasked with broadening Great Wall’s appeal and gives the Chinese brand a rival to the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger.
In terms of styling, the ute adopts Great Wall’s new “tough truck” design language.
Exterior highlights include a single bar grille, LED headlights and taillights, carbon black wheel arches and an extended sports bar.
For those wanting to head off-road, the Adventure also features triple diff locks, a seven-setting All Terrain Control System, 900mm fording depth and a built-in front winch to offer “segment leading 4WD capabilities.”
Powertrain details are yet to be confirmed, however, the ute will pack a turbo-diesel engine mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The new ute will ride on a completely new platform which will be shared with the Haval H9.
The adventure model will joined at the Shanghai show by an urban spec ute and a fully-electric model with a claimed 500km range.
Great Wall has already confirmed the Adventure ute will be available in Australia next year.
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