A few days before, some sources revealed spy images of Geely’s upcoming car “Lynk & Co DX11.” It is also reported that this new EV might become the first one to be powered by the Meizu Flyme Auto system.
The new car is also manufactured on the CMA platform (a global mid-size unibody automobile platform) and is expected to use the all-new Lynk & Co’s E-Motive technology. It would come in two variants: 1.5TEM-F Gasoline-Electric Hybrid and 1.5TEM-P Plug-in Hybrid Power version.
It is worth mentioning that this would be Lynk & Co’s first medium-sized SUV. The size of this EV would exceed Honda’s CR-V, Toyota’s RAV4, and many other models (which lie in the same segment). The company’s European design team has designed the new DX11 (from Lynk & Co), and the reports also revealed that the car is being tested in Europe.
Through the exposed spy photos, the car’s appearance can easily be judged. The new Lynk & Co DX11 features a split design headlight pair which retains the design of the next-day concept car.
The next-day car concept introduced by Lynk & Co showcases the brand’s new design era that takes a step from the dark feel of its past examples and moves into a lighter aesthetic focusing on technology.
In addition, the DX11’s bumper features large air intakes on both sides, providing an aggressive look to the car. At the backside, it features a larger spoiler and a hidden wiper, and the primary energy crystal light group extends to the rear fender, providing an avant-grade feeling to the entire car.
Regarding the interior, the new DX11 adopts a floating central control screen. As mentioned before, this model is most probably to be powered by the Meizu Flyme Auto System, which would allow better car control.