Well in the coming months, GWM or commonly knows as the Great Wall Motors is all set to launch its first product the Haval H5 compact SUV is just a few months away from its Indian debut the details and design specs have been revealed or rather leaked.

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India-Bound 2021 Haval H5 all new design LEAKED
India-Bound 2021 Haval H5 all-new design LEAKED

It seems to be a daily noticeable thing that GWM is planning something really big for the domestic market as during the recently held Auto Expo 2020 showcased a range of new models and concepts. Additionally, GWM is one of the largest SUV manufacturers on its home turf which happens to be China and will be investing over Rs. 7,000 Crores in a phased manner in order to expand its operations locally. Furthermore, the company has already taken over the Talegaon Facility which was once owned by the VW Group.

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Now coming back to the real deal the Haval H5 compact SUV is all set to get some new designing cues with the most noticeable being a newly designed front grille along with triple prominent horizontal chrome slats with the HAVAL branding in the middle supported by circular headlamps which are positioned under two separate clusters.

Moreover, The new Haval H5 will also feature an all-black bumper with underbody skid plates and fog lamps positioned on the edges giving the H5 SUV a box-cut design. Not only that Haval H5 will also support square wheel arches, a new set of 18-inches alloy wheels, roof rails, blackened B-pillar, raked windshield, swooping bonnet lines, black finished ORVMs and panoramic sunroof which can be easily be spotted through the leaked images which have surfaced the internet.

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Rumours also suggest that the Haval H5 cam also turn out to be a crucial part of the launch spree Great wall motors has planned for the domestic market to mark its presence in the Indian automobile industry.

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