We obtained a set of patent maps of the 6×6 model version of the Great Wall Poer (PAO) pickup from relevant channels. The new car may be based on the off-road platform code-named P71, with six-wheel drive. It is reported that the new pickup is expected to be officially released in 2022.
According to the patent drawing, the appearance of the new car adopts a highly personalized design. The central grille in the front air intake grille adopts a three-horizontal matrix design, and there are quadrilateral openings on both sides. The headlight group has a special-shaped design, which is similar to TANK 500. In addition, the design of the front cover of the new car is also quite “cyber” style.
From the side of the body, the new car adopts a very exaggerated double-row cockpit + six-wheel design. In addition, the rear cargo box is also equipped with a gantry and storage boxes to further enhance the practicability of the vehicle.
Combining the patent information and the previously exposed internal new car plan from Great Wall Motors, the new car will be a pickup truck based on the P71 platform and using 6-wheel drive. The patent information shows that the patentee of the appearance is “Guangzhou Chaojing Automobile”. Familiar friends know that the current “Cyber TANK” model based on TANK 300 is from this company.
From the perspective of new car planning, the 6×6 version of the Great Wall Poer is likely to be officially mass-produced in the form of an original car. The car is based on the P71 platform and adopts a front double wishbone front independent suspension and a rear suspension multi-link integral bridge structure, and use the bar-type mid-axle design. In terms of suspension structure, it draws on the design of the P05 platform to achieve the ultimate off-road performance. In terms of suspension structure, it draws on the design of the P05 platform to achieve the ultimate off-road performance. As for power, the new car is expected to be equipped with a 2.0T turbocharged engine, and its maximum power will be adjusted, and 6-wheel drive in the transmission system will become standard.