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Bejing BJ40 – a Luxury Off-road SUV

  • ENGINE: 2.0T/2.3T
  • PRICE: US$ 23900 - 43900
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    BEIJING BJ40 JEEP (10)


    The Beijing BJ40 is an off-road vehicle produced by BAIC Motor. Originally branded directly as a BAIC product, the vehicle series was rebadged under the Beijing brand after the brand was introduced in 2019.

    BAIC published official photos of the second-gen BJ40, a body-on-frame ICE-powered compact SUV designed as a direct competitor to the popular Tank 300.

     New BAIC BJ40 Chinese SUV Is No Longer A Wrangler Copycat
    While the original BAIC BJ40 that debuted in 2013 looked like a Jeep Wrangler ripoff with a Range Rover face, the new generation adopts a more modern styling approach, inspired by the larger three-row BJ60. Obviously, there are still a few references to off-roaders by other automakers but those are a lot more discreet. Another big change is the fact that the new generation has a single bodystyle, unlike the previous model that came in two-door, four-door, and pickup variants.

    The new face combines boxy LEDs with an illuminated three-piece grille and a rugged off-road bumper. The heavy dose of plastic cladding, all-terrain tires, and generous ground clearance make it clear that this is not your typical road-focused SUV, as with the boxy proportions. The same applies to the full-size spare wheel that is mounted on the flat tailgate, reminiscent of classic off-roaders.

    Inside, the BJ40 represents a significant step up in terms of design and technology. The dashboard combines a digital instrument cluster with a large panel housing the central infotainment screen and another one for the front passenger. Other highlights include the analog clock between the climate vents, the aluminum-style trim around the dashboard, and the wide center tunnel housing a rotating dial for the 4WD system.


     New BAIC BJ40 Chinese SUV Is No Longer A Wrangler Copycat


    BAIC didn’t reveal the specs of the new BJ40 but we already know them thanks to China’s Ministry of Industry and Technology Information. The SUV measures 4,790 mm (188.6 inches) long, 1,940 mm (76.4 inches) wide, and 1,895 mm (74.6 inches) tall, with a wheelbase of 2,760 mm (108.7 inches). This means it is 160 mm (6.3 inches) longer than the five-door variant of the previous generation and incrementally longer than a Jeep Wrangler.

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