Earlier this year, the GWM Cyber Tank 300 was officially unveiled as a cyberpunk aesthetic-inspired SUV. A production-ready model has now entered select dealerships in its local market with very minor alterations to its design.
Initially, the GWM Cyber Tank 300 was planned to fall under the Chinese group’s Wey moniker as a premium offering but, due to massive interest from consumers, the firm has decided to separate it together with the other Tank products into its own unique sub-brand catering to off-roading enthusiasts.
As CarNewsChina reports, the GWM Cyber Tank 300 is now being displayed on Chinese dealership floors with barely any changes to the design. This means the bold body kit, 21-inch wheels and satin silver with yellow accent colour scheme as seen on the concept have all been carried over. Furthermore, unique LED foglamps, a raised bonnet with a faux scoop, side skirts, a square spare wheel cover and 20 mm increase in ride height have been provided. Left out of the final design was the lower piece of the front bumper and elements of the flared fenders.
The interior also remains largely untouched with its predominately white upholstery contrasted by aluminium-finish and piano gloss black trimmings.
Just 3 000 units of the GWM Cyber Tank 300 will be built with a price tag of ¥308 000 (approximately R708 000).
Based on the standard Tank 300, the GWM Cyber Tank 300 employs the firm’s turbocharged 2,0-litre four-cylinder engine that delivers 167 kW and 387 N.m of torque to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.