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May 9, 2023

The 2024 Jaecoo 7 Will Come With Spatiotemporal Image Stitching

It what feels like Omoda and Jaecoo’s one-millionth teaser at this point, the promising Chinese brand set to launch before the end of 2023 is outlining details surrounding its other offering: the Jaecoo 7.

We’ve already featured it once more, but O&J Philippines has finally revealed more key specs. Specs such as its 0 to 100 km/h time: 8.9 seconds. It will also return roughly 13 km/L in a mixed city/highway setting. This is thanks to a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine with 197 horsepower and 290 Nm of torque.

And get this: even before the Jaecoo 7’s Philippine arrival later this year, the brand has confirmed that it’s going hybrid and electric by 2024. Tough luck for early adopters, then?

Anyway, the local spec Jaecoo 7 is pretty close to what the brand showed in China. It’ll have digital gauges for the driver, a portrait-oriented touchscreen in the middle with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (take that, Geely) and an 8-speaker sound system. The seats are then covered in “leather fabric” while other luxury features include a power driver’s seat, moon roof, and keyless entry with a push-button start/stop button. No word if Jaecoo 7 owners will be able to access the O-Universe though.

Now, if that’s not enough to gobsmack you, it has a Around View Monitor with “spatiotemporal image stitching and image processing.” Genuine Star Trek stuff. Beyond the technobabble, well, it means it’s got a 540-degree view which shows you the bottom of the vehicle too.

If that’s not overwhelming enough, the Jaecoo 7 comes with a full set of airbags (including airbags between the seats), ABS with EBD, electronic stability program, and TWENTY ONE, Yes, 21 various advanced driver assist systems.

“While the first variant of the Jaecoo 7 to be launched will be petrol powered, please expect the Jaecoo brand to thrust towards new energy in the near future. We have exciting new energy models coming up from 2024 onwards that is sure to excite the Philippine Market”, said Mr. Uzzi Asuncion, the Philippines’ Brand Manager for Omoda and Jaecoo.

The Omoda 5, Omoda EV, and Jaecoo 7 will be launched in the Philippines before the end of 2023 with both brands will be sharing one retail space.


  1. Too many confusing and funny named chinese cars like this Jaecool 7. How could they expect people to take these seriously.

  2. Chery diluting the market like how china android phones disrupt branding... Chery, Jetour, Omoda, Jaecoo, Exeed are all Chery vehicles!

    1. Their plan is to become like the Volkswagen Group. Have their brands distributed or sold via different groups and would have different positioning based same engines and underpinnings.

    2. The smartphone analogy is spot on. Just like how Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, Realme, Narzo, and iQoo are under the same roof 😅

  3. that's a lot of chuu chuu words for an around view monitor :/ Verbally impressive tho

  4. Chinese vehicles are all about pricing. If the price is right it's saleable. Otherwise whatever pingpong they put in it's not gonna Work especially 1.4M up. Japanese vehicles are still the benchmark if you want peace of mind.

  5. in 10 yrs japanese cars will be obsolete.


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