The usual Xiaolong is slightly larger than the Jolion familiar to the Russians, and the Xiaolong Max is larger than the Haval F7. Both crossovers are based on the Hi4 hybrid platform, they are all-wheel drive and have an electric motor on the rear axle that develops 204 horsepower. Another component of the benzoelectric installation is a 1.5-liter “aspirated tank”.
In the “younger” Xiaolong, it develops 101 horsepower, and the total peak output of the internal combustion engine and electric motor is 252 horsepower and 375 Nm of torque. This model has two batteries to choose from: Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) with a capacity of 9.4 kilowatt-hours, which lasts for 52 kilometers, and nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) with 19.3 kilowatt-hours, which gives 110 kilometers on electric traction. Claimed fuel consumption is 5.3 liters per 100 kilometers.