Sunday, June 27, 2010

Luxgen Luxgen7

After revealing the Luxgen7 MPV, Luxgen has now revealed the Luxgen7 SUV, the second vehicle to be launched by the new Taiwanese brand.

Like its MPV stablemate, the SUV has been created under the direction of James Shyr, former Director of Design of GM's Global Design Leadership Team at PATAC. According to its maker, the Luxgen7 SUV expresses both power and confidence through its front face, which employs a wing-shaped chrome trim and cascading grille, while its coupe-like profile and upward sweeping beltline is meant to convey a sense of forward motion. At 4800mm long, 1930mm wide and 1760mm tall, the SUV is amongst the largest vehicles in its segment.

The interior design emphasizes the luxury aspect of the automaker's name - Luxgen is a blend of 'luxury' and 'genius' - and features an exclusive 'anti-theft sport seat' that slides forward and against the steering wheel at the push of a button, preventing unauthorized access to the vehicle.

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