In recent months, there had not only been question marks behind the parent company's financial situation, but also around the Hengchi 5: In November, the registration process for the Hengchi 5 LX with China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) was completed - indicating a market launch within four to six months. By December, however, the model had disappeared from the list again.
According to the registration data, the 4.73-meter-long E-SUV comes with an engine output of 150 kW, details about the battery and charging system were not yet apparent from the data in November. At the time, the design strongly resembled the studies shown during 2021, further changes are not apparent from the short video sequences from the factory. According to the "CN EV Post", the Hengchi 5 is to be priced as an entry-level model for under 200,000 yuan, which is equivalent to 27,400 euros.