Changan’s Grand Raeton looks like a gigantic stretched Toyota Camry XV40 from the front. And that’s pretty much all we can tell you about the Chinese limo at this point – Chinese motorshows are one of the hardest to cover given the complete lack of English press material.
Apparently the motor under the hood is a turbocharged 1.8 litre engine doing about 175 horsepower and 230 Nm of torque, a rather low number for such a gigantic car. We do know that the Changan Grand Raeton runs some kind of hybrid powertrain though, given that there’s a Hybrid badge on the rear. So maybe there’s an electric motor in there somewhere that’s definitely got its work cut out.