Cherry’s New Crossover Omoda 5 now in Global Markets
Cherry has released its new generation of design “Art in Motion” at the “Auto Guangzhou 2021” exhibition, unveiling its first crossover SUV, the brand new “Omoda 5”.
Cherry has released its new generation of design “Art in Motion” at the “Auto Guangzhou 2021” exhibition, unveiling its first crossover SUV, the brand new “Omoda 5”. Omada 5 is characterized by its smooth lines that offer a low drag coefficient which enhances vision dynamics and makes for a fully sensory driving experience. This model is compatible with traditional gas engine systems as well as renewable energy systems. It performs perfectly using two-wheel and four-wheel drive modes, and is also equipped with the latest automatic driving technology that will surpass all expectations. In addition, this elegant SUV meets the global five-star safety standards in various regions.
Cherry's new design “Art in Motion'' combines leading-edge technology with dynamic design variables, creating a streamlined look that plays light and shadow in perfect balance. Featured by a sleek diamond grill the front face design of Omoda 5 is a picture of impeccable elegance; the smooth lines extending from its front to its back, subtle expressions of dynamism and airflow.
Moreover, the model features color blocking on its interior and exterior. The split headlights, the T- shaped LED daytime running lights, and the urban flowing LED tail lights, all enhance the distinctive design of the car’s front face. The interior is equipped with a dual 10.25-inch HD curved screen and integrated sports seats which accentuate futuristic notes, while the exterior is supported with18-inch sports wheels that come in contrasting colors showing ultra-modern aesthetics.
The spy shots of Omoda 5 were the center of attention for many around the world. As the first representative of the new “Art in Motion” design, Omoda 5 will be an important model that Cherry introduces to the global market next year, when it is launched in Asia, South America, Australia, Africa, and Europe.