Great Wall Motors’ Haval marquee that specialises in making SUVs showcased the Vision 2025 Concept SUV at the Auto Expo 2020. The Haval Vision 2025 Concept made its world debut at the Shanghai Auto Show in 2019 and the car highlights level 4 autonomous driving technology, 5G connectivity, human-machine interaction, etc.
On the outside, the Haval Vision 2025 Concept features a textured and patterned grille design that appears completely closed but at a closer look it has tiny vents to let the air in, a layered bumper with air vents to its sides, a carbon-fibre splitter type air dam with mesh air intakes, bonnet air vents, sleek LED headlamp units with an end-to-end LED daytime running light that runs along the bonnet shut-line. Overall the Vision 2025 Concept gets a wide imposing look on the front. From the side, the Vision 2025 Concept gets dual-tone textured 22-inch alloy wheels, a large seamless glasshouse, panoramic glass roof, cameras in place of the Outside Rear View Mirrors (ORVMs), carbon-fibre skirting and a character line that runs along the side of the car. On the rear, the Vision 2025 Concept features a coupe-like sporty rear end, sleek LED tail lamps that reiterate the front, Haval branding on the boot, integrated spoiler, a shark-fin antenna with an integrated rearview camera, aero ducts that flank the bumper and a carbon-fibre diffuser with a central stop light.
On its interior, the Haval Vision 2025 Concept features a large floating touchscreen infotainment system in the centre, push-button type drive mode selector on the central tunnel, contoured seats, augmented reality Heads-Up Display (HUD), HUD rearview mirrors, facial recognition technology etc.
Any details with regards to its powertrain are scarce at the moment but it is being speculated that the Haval Vision 2025 Concept will be available as a fully electric vehicle or with a Plug-In Hybrid Electric power-plant. As its name suggests the Vision 2025 will be introduced to the market in its road-going, production-spec variant in the year 2025, when the conditions are expected to be favourable for the electric autonomous vehicles.