After announcing plans to bring the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro, Chery has now confirmed that another SUV, the medium-sized Tiggo 7 Pro, will also be launched in Malaysia. When it hits the market later, this five-seater model will compete with the Proton X70 and Honda CR-V in the C segment.
From the outside, in addition to the more modern design than the first Tiggo sold in our country in 2007, this Tiggo 7 Pro has a slim adaptive LED headlight, T-shaped DRL, choice of 17 to 19 inch rim, attached rear light, Spoiler Boot doors as well as illuminated roof rails.
The interior design is just as modern, but we still don’t know which model will enter Malaysia later using the design. This is because the original Tiggo 7 Pro used a different design, with a 10.25-inch screen for infotainment and a 12.3-inch device, while the Tiggo 7 Plus, launched in 2021, used two 12.3-inch connected screens. The details of the steering wheel of these two types of dashboard as well as the air conditioner funnel are also different.
When it arrives, the Tiggo 7 Pro is supposed to feature a variety of technologies, including its country model, an engine start button, an electronically adjustable front seat, and a two-zone temperature controller with a “self-clean” function. Ionize And air quality sensors, infotainment systems Cloud-based With karaoke mode, voice control, panoramic roof as well as eight-speaker Sony sound system.
For safety, Tiggo 7 Pro includes autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane centering assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, speed limit assist, open door warning, parking assist, automatic high beam. Six airbags as well as stability control.
For the engine, it is available in two options, both turbo four-cylinder units. The 1.5-liter engine with CVT transmission is capable of producing 150 PS and 230 Nm of torque while the 1.6-liter engine with seven-speed twin-clutch transmission produces 197 PS and 290 Nm of torque. For both, the front wheels are powered.