BYD Tang 86kWh 2021 -

  • 517hp
    All Wheel Drive
  • 86.4kWh
    Nominal capacity
  • 4.6sec
    0-62 mph
  • 249mi
    WLTP range

For European market

Announced 2020, May
Status Available to order. Released 2021, August
Base price € 72,000  
Power AWD 517 hp (380 kW)
Torque 502 lb-ft (680 Nm)
Acceleration 4.6 sec 0-62 mph
Max speed 112 mph (180 km/h)
Capacity 83.3 kWh usable, 86.4 kWh total
Tech Liquid-cooled Li-ion LFP battery
Range 249 mi WLTP
Consumption 2.9 mi/kWh WLTP
Recuperation Yes
Heat pump Yes
AC Charging Type 2 7 kW
DC Charging CCS 110 kW, 30-80% in 30 min
 Vehicle to load (V2L)
Type 5 door SUV, 5/7 seats
Platform e-platform 3.0
Dimensions 191.7 x 76.8 x 67.9 in (4870 x 1950 x 1725 mm)
Drag coef. 0.335 Cd
Wheelbase 111.0 in (2820 mm)
Clearance 5.9 in (150 mm)
Weight EU: 5487 lb unladen, 6746 lb gross
Suspension Front MacPherson struts, rear multi-link, independent front and rear suspension
Wheels R20, R22
Trunk EU: 33.2 ft³, 58.4 ft³ max
Frunk No
Towing Yes
Center 12.8" rotating touchscreen
Driver's 12.3"
Head-up No
Seats Heated and ventilated front seats
Roof Panoramic glass roof, tilt & slide
Parking aids Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, reversing camera
Connectivity Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Airbags 8 airbags: front, side, rear, 3rd row side, including head airbag system
Driving aids 3 radars, 8 cameras, 12 sensors. Blind Spot Warning, High Beam Assist, Advanced Driver Assistance System, Lane departure Warning, Predictive Collision Warning, Automatic Emergency Braking, Traffic Sign Recognition
Self driving
Crash tests

Real world range

Charging time Charging curve

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User opinions and reviews

  • Anonymous

I live in London England uk when is it arriving to UK and how much is the Tang 7 seater?

Hi, I don't live in China. I live in Utah, in the United States. When are these cars making there way to the USA? I hope soon given that I have always wanted to purchase an EV 7 seater for my family, but I won't afford Tesla pricing...

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