Geely Binyue

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Geely Binyue
Geely Binyue 004.jpg
Model years2018–present
AssemblyBelgium: Ghent (VCG)
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact SUV
PlatformBMA platform
RelatedLynk & Co 01
  • Petrol:
  • 1.5L L3
  • 174bhp 255NM
    1.0L L3
  • 134bhp 205NM
Transmission7-speed DCT
6-speed manual
Wheelbase2,600 mm (102.4 in)
Length4,330 mm (170.5 in)
Width1,800 mm (70.9 in)
Height1,609 mm (63.3 in)

The Geely Binyue (吉利缤越) is a Subcompact SUV produced by Chinese auto manufacturer Geely since August 22, 2018. [1][2]


Rear View of a Binyue

The new car was formerly named "SX11" and renamed in August 2018 to Binyue. The Geely Binyue was positioned between the Geely Emgrand GS and the Geely Boyue within Geely's crossover portfolio,[3] and is the first crossover based on BMA platform. The Binyue 260T Sport Versions carry 2 unique Geely Sport Logo, which is different from the former Earth Logo.



PROTON Holdings secured the intellectual properties to the design, development, manufacture, sale, marketing and distribution of the Geely Binyue alongside the Geely Boyue and Geely Jiaji.[4] Camouflaged Geely Binyue's were seen being tested on public roads in Malaysia since February 2019.[5][6]


Level 2 automated driving system with Intelligent Cruise Control with follow traffic up to 150 km/hr plus change lanes autonomously and Automated Parking assist. [7]


  1. ^ "将于8月22日亮相 曝吉利缤越最新消息" (in Chinese). Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Spy Shots: New B-segment SUV For Geely".
  3. ^ "This Is The New Geely SX11 SUV For China".
  4. ^ "Proton secures license to produce and sell three Geely models for ASEAN - Boyue, SX11 SUV, VF11 MPV". Paul Tan's Automotive News. 2018-09-28. Retrieved 2019-03-06.
  5. ^ campromania. "INTIP: Proton X50 dikesan sekitar Ampang dan Jalan Kuching". Retrieved 2019-03-06.
  6. ^ "INTIP: Kelibat unit ujian pertama Proton X50 berjaya dikesan". Retrieved 2019-03-06.
  7. ^ "Geely Binyue launched in China – 1.5L and 1.0L turbo engines; Level 2 autonomous driving; from RM47k". Retrieved 2019-05-09.

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