Geely Teases With Its New MPV Concept

Apr 18, 2017 05:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

When all car manufacturers are racing to produce the best crossover SUV, Geely faces the other direction for coming up with an MPV concept instead. Such MPV concept provided the necessary hype needed to keep industry experts and car enthusiasts talking until the commencement of the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show.

There are few details about the upcoming MPV concept, however, it suggests to be a "people-mover" which will consist of a lengthy vehicle centered on being practical and stylish at the same time. This is definitely a good mix as Geely has reportedly done a good job combining both practicality and aesthetics in one impressive MPV.

From the teaser, it can be concluded to have both short front and rear overhangs and an interesting set of headlights with incorporated LED daytime running lights. It also comes in B- and C- pillars which appear to be wisely integrated into the windows.

As Geely comes up with the MPV concept, its production is still not confirmed. At this point, it remains nothing but an exciting concept enough to stir in much-needed attention and draw people's attendance at this year's upcoming Shanghai Auto Show.

The Geely MPV Concept reveals a sleek design which suggests having seven seats based on its length. The back also shares some similarities with the Skoda Kodiaq especially because of its bumper and boot lid.

The Geely also has not provided its powertrains and what engine it will have. Right now, everyone's guessing if it is a powerful MPV or just one that's enough to transport more passengers from Point A to Point B. At least, at present, the concept is sure to be aesthetically pleasing and stylish enough to gain the votes of many experts.

As the Geely MPV concept is drawing more and more attention, it may not take long for it to hit the assembly lines. It should not be a problem for Geely to make the MPV concept come to fruition as it is more than capable of producing one.

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