Maxus looks to 2021 with D60 SUV

Published January 1, 2021, 8:00 AM

by Inigo Roces

Since arriving in the local automotive market in June of 2019, Maxus has introduced Filipino motorists, entrepreneurs, and their families to a line of world-class vehicles that have gone to the “Max” in terms of its design, functionality, performance, comfort, and safety.

It’s all about Maxus being true to its name. The Maxus logo — a combination of three triangles — represents technology, confidence, and progress, which stand as the brand’s pillars. The name Maxus itself drives these pillars to the fullness of its potential, as “Max” symbolizes a “sea of infinite possibilities” flowing into “us,” the people, both as the creators and end-users.

With models like the G10 MPV, V80 van, T60 pickup, and the G50 MPV, Maxus offers value-for-money, technology, design, and engineering expertise sourced from all corners of the globe, along with a rich 124-year British heritage. Despite the challenges and obstacles that faced the entire automotive industry this 2020, Maxus Philippines continues to forge ahead with its dealership network expansion and new vehicle launch, the G50 MPV and now with the D60 compact SUV.

With its exterior design alone, the D60 already conveys limitless possibilities. The front of the D60 inherits the unique Maxus grille design offered in two versions: Cool black gypsophila and Dark Cobweb. It is complemented by full LED split matrix headlights flowing into the rear LED diamond taillights. In between the front and the rear, the mesmerizing linear ‘sea wave art’ lends the body of the D60 the illusion of an endlessly rhythmic motion, fueling a youthful desire to move and be moved.

For those interested, the D60 compact SUV. Log on to www.maxus.com.ph and book a test drive with your nearest Maxus dealerships.

 
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