The new Omoda range is equipped with an ADAS intelligent driving system that Chery claims has L2.5 level automatic driving technology.
In addition to ACC adaptive cruise, LDW lane departure warning, BSD blind spot monitoring and other functions, the LKA lane keeping system also has the ability to automatically control the car in corners.
Chery also says the following distance reminder and FCW forward collision warning systems equipped in the Omoda can give timely warnings.
The cars will also come with AEB active braking, TSR road traffic sign recognition and TJA traffic congestion assistance. Chery says these technologies are integrated with smart transportation, which will help car owners to achieve safe and convenient travel.
Chery said that as a pure electric crossover/SUV ‘Omoda 5 – launching this year in China and shown at last year’s Guangzhou motor show – can not only meet the needs of urban travel, but also provide a comfortable companionship during journeys’.
“It is believed that in the near future, this pure electric SUV will bring a unique green travel experience to European consumers,” a Chery statement said.
A number of Chinese OEMs are targeting the European market for sales growth.