Ola Kallenius, CEO of German car manufacturer Daimler, stated that they put the success in the Denza X SUV sales in China That’s where the brand’s future is for tomorrow.
The Denza X SUV specs were unveiled back in 2019. The vehicle uses many Mercedes-Benz components, and they are hopeful for the development success because there is a demand for the car.
Since May 2010, Denza for many years had only the odd-looking Denza 500 model for sale. The current Denza X is produced with two different powertrains. One is a plug-in hybrid that combines a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with two electric motors and a battery; it produces more than 396 hp and can hit 62 mph, in less than 5 seconds. The other option is an all-electric version with a single electric motor that delivers more than 242 hp and promises 311 miles of range on a single full charge.
It’s quite a gem with the unique exterior design and a massive infotainment screen that can rotate and be adjusted into portrait, or landscape orientations.