Jetour T5: A Rugged SUV with a 1400km Range


Unveiled at the 2024 Beijing Auto Show, the Jetour T5 is the brand’s first non-load-bearing SUV. Equipped with “three differential locks”, it boasts a combined range of 1400km and is expected to hit the market in 2025. The concept car at the Beijing Auto Show didn’t feature an interior display, but its exterior design is expected to closely resemble the production model. Let’s take a closer look at this new SUV based on real-life photos from the show.

Exterior Design:

  • Rugged and imposing overall design with a high ride height and forward-mounted front wheels
  • Bar-type light strip with the Jetour brand logo displayed in the center when lit
  • High front bumper with ample ground clearance, approach angle, and departure angle
  • Sturdy roof rack with LED spotlights and a small ladder on the side, suggesting compatibility with a roof-top tent
  • Hidden door handles and streamlined exterior rearview mirrors (cameras) with LED spotlights
  • Prominent wheel arches housing all-terrain AT tires from Cooper
  • Unique and futuristic wheel design with four spokes in two-tone colors
  • Side-opening tailgate with an externally mounted full-size spare tire
  • High-mounted brake lights in the center of the rear spoiler
  • Two tow hooks on the rear bumper for towing trailers or RVs, and additional tow hooks on the front bumper

Interior and Powertrain:

  • Non-load-bearing body with independent suspension at both the front and rear
  • Flat underbody likely housing the battery pack
  • 2.0TGDI longitudinally mounted hybrid engine paired with the latest generation hybrid transmission and “three locks”
  • 2.0T+2DHT+2-speed P4 motor with a total system output of 560kW and 795Nm of torque
  • Official claimed combined range of 1400km when fully fueled and charged