BYD Han Facelift Launched in China
BYD has launched the new facelift series of Han sedan in China. The updated luxury sedan comes in three pure electric models and one PHEV model. The new Han also comes with a limited edition called Qianshancui, inspired by the emerald green tone of Chinese landscape painting.
Like before, the EV version has a closed face while the DM-i gets a mesh grilled fascia. The new Han EV continues to adapt BYD’s Dragon Face design language that blends Eastern and Western design aesthetics. The contour edges have now become curved, and the air intake decorations on both sides have evolved from straight lines to curved lines.
BYD Hand Qianshancui
The appearance of Han DM-i PHEV facelift is also updated, now the outline of the front grille is more rounded while the density of grille pattern has been reduced. Like the EV version, the decorative lines of the air intakes on both sides of DM-i’s bumper have changed from straight lines to curves. At the rear, there is a redesigned bumper whereas the slim back lights are now fully connected to each other, smoothed-out in styling, and devoid of the chrome lining as in the pre-facelift models.
Step inside, and the interior is now even more elegant with a combination of brown and black colors and the inclusion of Napa leather. The center console has been upgraded with wood grain trim, including the area in front of the transmission lever. While the Han facelift still comes with a 12.3-inch full LCD instrument panel, 15.6-inch ultra HD 8-core adaptive rotary suspension pad, and DiLink 4.0 smart network system, there is a new W-HUD head-up display added to the offerings. Plus the 3D Advanced Driver Assistance System and navigation information can now be displayed now.