Geely Auto has released more official photos of its upcoming coupe SUV, codenamed the FY11, which will be the first to be based on the Compact Modular Architecture that was jointly developed with Volvo. The CMA is also used for the Volvo XC40 and vehicles from Geely’s Lynk & Co sub-brand.

According to the Chinese carmaker, a 2.0 litre turbocharged engine rated at 235 hp and 350 Nm of torque will power the FY11, with front- and all-wheel drive configurations being made available.

These new images give us a better look at the SUV, which bears similarities to the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe and BMW X4 with its fastback shape. The vehicle’s stance is a result of its wide profile matched with muscular shoulder lines.

At the front, you’ll find a slimmer version of Geely’s expanding cosmos grille, which also features a chrome strip at its base to link the “arrow-inspired” headlamps. Other details include a wide lower intake and prominent contour lines on the bonnet.

The rear of the FY11 features slim taillights with a lighting signature that draws inspiration from the Chinese fan, a styling element also found on the Borui GE. Like the front, a chrome strip links the two clusters, with Geely script.

While Geely has yet to release official dimensions of the FY11, reports indicate the SUV will measure 4,605 mm long, 1,878 mm wide and 1,643 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,700 mm.