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Russian intelligence services, known for their conservative approach to choosing cars, took an unexpected step – the Federal Security Service (FSO) purchased a luxury Chinese Voyah Dream 2024 minivan in a hybrid modification for its needs. This all-wheel drive single-volume vehicle was spotted on the capital’s streets with departmental license plates and special signals.

According to available information, the FSO sampled a rechargeable hybrid version of the Voyah Dream, equipped with a 1.5-liter turbo engine to increase the range. The cost of such a car starts at an impressive 10.29 million rubles. Official Voyah dealers offer various modifications of the Dream in Russia, including luxurious four-seater options priced at about 17 million rubles. But even in the base version, the minivan boasts air suspension, leather interior, projection screens and all-round cameras. Hybrid models are equipped with a power unit with a total power of up to 393 hp. with electric motors on the rear axle.

The FSO’s acquisition of the Chinese Voyah Dream minivan became a kind of exception to the rule for conservative Russian intelligence services. However, the transition to cars from the Middle Kingdom has also affected government agencies – minivans, pickups and crossovers of Chinese brands are increasingly appearing in their fleets. (photo: Voyah platesmania.com/usedhead)

Another FSO vehicle from China is the Tank 500 SUV. And recently, Great Wall (the parent company of Tank) announced the appearance of a new flagship version of the Tank 500 Hi4-T.

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