Today it became known that the world’s fastest minivan Dongfeng Lantu Dreamer, which we wrote about recently, has already begun to roll off the assembly line, which means that the company will soon begin deliveries of cars. According to new data, the first buyers will start receiving cars in April this year.
Dongfeng Lantu Dreamer is equipped with a 1.5-liter gasoline engine, as well as two electric motors with a capacity of 130 and 160 kW. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes just 5.9 seconds, making it the fastest hybrid minivan in the world. The car will receive a second-level unmanned driving system, as well as 22 different sensors, including cameras and radars.
The overall length, width and height of the car are 5315, 1980 and 1810 mm, respectively, and the wheelbase reaches 3200 mm. It outperforms the Buick GL8, Toyota Senna and Kia Carnival. It should be noted that the car is equipped with a multi-link double wishbone suspension, which makes it the first minivan in the world with such a suspension structure, as well as air suspension to improve driving comfort.
Great attention is paid to the salon. A huge pop-up screen is built into the center console, which consists of three separate displays (digital instrument cluster, passenger screen and center display of the multimedia entertainment system).
In addition to the regular three-row version, the Dreamer also offers a four-seat deluxe version. The second-row seating configuration is on par with million-dollar premium cars, according to the manufacturer. The seats have functions such as ventilation, heating and massage. In addition, a bar and an additional screen are provided at the back.
The price, according to rumors, will be about 80 thousand dollars.