This model is part of DR Automobiles, an Italian brand that wants to revolutionize the market with interesting products that will be sold at an implied price.
This is the DR 7.0, the eco-labeled SUV that almost no one knows about and that seeks to compete with the Hyundai Tucson. This model is part of DR Automobiles, an Italian brand that wants to revolutionize the market with interesting products that will be sold at an implied price. The DR 7.0 is one of its pillars, a seven-seater SUV with an eco label and more.
To begin with, the DR 7.0 is the biggest and most exclusive SUV from the company. Due to its size and equipment, it could rival the Skoda Kodiaq or the Seat Terraco, although it also headlines the Hyundai Tucson or the DFSK 580. Without a doubt, its aspirations are high, but with a vision that attracts attention, it has great potential to gain a foothold in an increasingly competitive market.
In its offering, the 7.0 is above the 6.0, another model that the brand put on sale in Spain not long ago. In this case, we are facing an SUV that measures 4.7 meters in length, 1.7 meters in height and 1.86 meters in width. It has seven seats on the inside, an interior that has room for the whole family to ride in. And that is that its wheelbase is 2.71 metres.
Of course, we have a touch screen to manage the infotainment system. An SUV with a fairly complete technical equipment. Among other elements, it mounts LED headlights, keyless access and start system, instrument panel with 7-inch LCD screen, 360º vision camera, wireless charger for compatible mobile phones or electric opening and closing of the trunk.
With three rows of seats up, storage space reaches 230 litres, a figure that rises to 500 liters if we fold down the two seats in the third row. Of course, if we choose to fold down the second and third row of seats, the cargo volume is 1,500 litres.
Under the hood of the DR 7.0 we find the Acteco 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, an engine that develops 160 HP of power and 210 Nm of maximum torque. The mechanics are mated to a six-speed dual-clutch DCT automatic gearbox. A transmission that sends power to the front wheels. The brand declares a top speed of 190 km/h.
The model is offered in a bi-fuel variant with the same engine. With this you can use LPG in this 1.5 liter block. Of course, the power drops to 153cv and 195Nm of max torque, but you win the eco-friendly badge from DGT. Its price starts from 32,900 Euro.