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Sales of Lynk & Co 07, a 4.83-meter-long car created around the CMA architecture, have started in the Middle Kingdom. In March, it was expected that the “seven” would cost from 180 thousand yuan ($25 thousand), but in reality the price turned out to be six percent less: from 170 thousand yuan ($23.5 thousand). All-wheel drive is not offered: only a hybrid with front-wheel drive.

The presentation of Lynk & Co 07 took place in early March, so only the configuration, prices and technical content were kept secret. It turned out that the “seven” is indeed unified with the base crossover with the index “08”: under the hood is a 1.5-liter gasoline turbo engine (163 horsepower) coupled with a 218-horsepower electric motor and a 19-kilowatt-hour traction battery.

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Peak output of the system is up to 381 horsepower and 615 Nm! Without activating the internal combustion engine, the sedan can travel up to 126 kilometers (CLTC), the total range is 1,400 kilometers, and fuel consumption ranges from 0.99 to 4.8 liters per 100 kilometers. Acceleration from 0-100 in Lynk & Co 07 takes 6.5 seconds, top speed is 190 km/h, curb weight is 1915 kilograms.

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The list of basic options includes LED optics, heated and ventilated front seats, a digital cockpit with a pair of screens (10.2 inches + 15.4 inches), all-round cameras, adaptive cruise control, lane control and blind spot monitoring systems . For an additional fee, you can order Nappa leather trim, an audio system with 23 speakers, projection, multi-contour rear seats with massage and ventilation.

The top-end Lynk & Co 07 costs almost 190 thousand yuan (26.3 thousand dollars), deliveries to Chinese dealers have already begun. The Geely subsidiary brand officially arrived in Russia back in 2022, but for well-known reasons, expansion was paused – Lynk & Co focused on the higher-priority European market.

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