First released in late 2010, the exterior of Sunray was designed and developed by JAC-Italy Design Center in Turin, while the interior was designed by the Japan Design Center in Tokyo, using advanced European products as the benchmark. While the reclining seat backs give the Sunray a touch of luxury, the van version comes with massive 12 cubic meters cargo capacity.
Sunray is equipped with a 2.7 CTI diesel engine. The high-pressure common rail and EFI technology improves overall engine performance with better fuel efficiency, reliability and easy maintenance.
Safety design features like high rigid body, BOSCH 8.0 Version ABS+EBD, X shape pipe braking system, curved three-dimensional 'no-blind spot' side rear-view mirror and antidazzle inside rear-view mirror ensure a hassle-free drive.
High rigidity frame body
High rigidity load-bearing frame body structure design, high-strength steel and stereoscopic composite structure is widely used in Sunray body, resulting in outstanding body strength and torsion performance.
The reversing sensors help the driver to effectively judge the condition of vehicle's rear side.
Note: Models are subject to vary in appearance or availability.