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On May 28th, BYD’s new mid-size sedan, the Seal 06 DM-i, was officially launched, with a total of five models. Positioned between the Destroyer 05 and Seal DM-i, this car utilizes BYD’s fifth-generation DM technology. Meanwhile, the Qin L DM-i from the Dynasty Network was also launched, which can be seen as a “sibling model” to the Seal 06 DM-i.

Seal 06 DM-i & Qin L DM-i

The Seal 06 DM-i continues the “ocean aesthetic design concept” of the Ocean Network. Compared to the existing Seal and Seal DM-i models, its daytime running lights and front bumper have been redesigned, with black trim and air vents added on both sides. Additionally, all models come standard with an active air intake grille.

Models: Length × Width × Height (mm) Motor Battery Capacity (kWh)
2024 1.5L 80KM Luxury 4830x1875x1495 120(163Ps) 10.08
2024 1.5L 80KM Noble 4830x1875x1495 120(163Ps) 10.08
2024 1.5L 120KM Zunrong 4830x1875x1495 160(218Ps) 15.87
2024 1.5L 120KM Zunxiang 4830x1875x1495 160(218Ps) 15.87
2024 1.5L 120KM Flagship 4830x1875x1495 160(218Ps) 15.87

The Seal 06 DM-i is positioned as a mid-size sedan, measuring 4830/1875/1495 mm in length, width, and height, with a wheelbase of 2790 mm. Compared to the Qin L from the Dynasty Network, the car is 25 mm narrower, with other dimensions remaining the same. The car’s side features a three-section waistline and semi-hidden door handle design. The Seal 06 DM-i offers 16-inch, 17-inch, and 18-inch wheel options in different styles.

The Seal 06 DM-i is equipped with through-type taillights, with a newly designed internal structure and a luminous “BYD” logo. The rear bumper echoes the front design, with a diffuser and body-colored trim added. The car is available in four colors: green, tea, gray, and white.

Inside, the Seal 06 DM-i features an enveloping design, with an 8.8-inch floating LCD instrument panel. The floating central control screen is available in 10.1-inch, 12.8-inch, and 15.6-inch sizes, depending on the configuration. The car is equipped with the DiLink intelligent network system, offering intelligent voice control, smart entry, a customized version of Gaode Map, and a reversing camera.

The Seal 06 DM-i adopts BYD’s fifth-generation DM technology, featuring a plug-in hybrid system consisting of a 1.5-liter engine and an electric motor. The 1.5-liter engine has a maximum power of 74 kW, with the electric motor offering peak power options of 120 kW and 160 kW. Additionally, the car comes standard with a front MacPherson and a new rear E-type multi-link independent suspension, with a top speed of 180 km/h.

In terms of range, the car is equipped with two sizes of lithium iron phosphate blade batteries, with capacities of 10.08 kWh and 15.874 kWh, corresponding to CLTC pure electric ranges of 80 km and 120 km, respectively. The NEDC combined fuel consumption per 100 km in depleted mode is 2.9 liters and 3.08 liters, respectively. The 120 km model offers 22 kW DC fast charging and 6.6 kW AC slow charging, while the 80 km model only offers 3.3 kW AC slow charging.

Like the Qin L, the Seal 06 DM-i is introduced to fill the market gap between the Destroyer 05 and Seal DM-i. There are some differences in configuration between the Seal 06 DM-i and Qin L, allowing consumers to choose a car based on their needs through the dual-car strategy.

From April’s sales data, it can be seen that the top nine mid-size sedans in the Chinese market are all fuel cars, and eight of them are long-selling joint venture brand fuel cars. Compared to other segments, the mid-size sedan market has not yet been significantly impacted by new energy vehicles. BYD aims to squeeze the market share of joint venture brand fuel cars with the Seal DM-i and Qin L dual-car strategy. So, when considering purchasing a mid-size sedan, would you choose BYD’s new energy vehicles?

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