BYD officially showcased the Seal at the 2020 Auto Expo and the company was planning to introduce the model in 2020 itself but the COVID pandemic has put the plans on hold. Now the Seal has been officially spotted in India and the latest spy shots come from Chennai. This is the first time, the Seal sedan has been spotted as the company might be testing the model in India conditions. Some reports indicate that the unofficial bookings of the Seal have commenced but the Chinese manufacturer is yet to officially announce.
The seal measures 4,800 mm in length, 1,875 mm in width and 1,460 mm in height. It derives its design from the Ocean X concept that was showcased in 2021. it is built on the brand’s born e-platform ( platform 3.0). The vehicle is designed so efficiently for better aerodynamics that the free flow design of the vehicle makes the aero drag coefficient of merely 0.29 cd. The sleeker headlight and flush door handles also help in the better aerodynamics of the vehicle and also the better stance of the vehicle.
The BYD Seal, like the Atto 3, features a rotating 15.6-inch infotainment display in the centre console, as well as a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster. The primary touchscreen is surrounded by air conditioning vents, while a scroll wheel and driving mode selection are located below it. Two wireless charging pads and normal buttons for features like the heated windscreen and audio volume are also located on the central console. The hosts an array of features that make it more futuristic. BYD Seal is powered by a 61.4 kWh battery pack with the option of an 82.5 kWh battery pack. The former has a range of 550 km, while the latter has a phenomenal range of 700 km. The car can sprint 0-100 in 3.8 seconds.