GWM gives third-generation Haval H6 a new face in latest update

About three months ago, Great Wall Motors Philippines officially made its presence felt when it launched not one, not two, but three vehicles. One of those is the Haval H6 which serves as their most powerful crossover thanks to a turbocharged hybrid engine that doles out 240 PS and 530 Nm of torque.

Not only that, but the crossover looks sleek and dynamic with its Peugeot-like grille, full-width LED taillights, and minimalist-looking cabin. Clearly, the designers over at Great Wall know a thing or two about making crossover look stylish both inside and out.

2024 Haval H6 facelift looks like a Lamborghini Urus image

Over in China, its home market, the third-generation Haval H6 will be receiving its first facelift, and it looks like a certain bull that hails from Italy. This is the 2024 Haval H6 refresh, and yes, it looks like a distant cousin of the Lamborghini Urus.

Unlike the Haval H6 that we currently have, the one recently revealed in the People's Republic gets a redesigned front end that does away with the Peugeot-like grille. Instead, it gets a simple and solid grille along with a new front bumper.

Despite not seeing a clear view of the H6's new rear, it's quite apparent it no longer gets the full-width LED taillights. For its refresh, the crossover now comes with a new pair of what looks like wraparound units. Also present are new alloy wheels which further give the H6 a more discerning appearance.

2024 Haval H6 facelift looks like a Lamborghini Urus image

The update also sees the Haval H6 get a slight increase in size. It is now longer by 58mm while its width increased by 54mm. However, the height and wheelbase remain the same – resulting in the vehicle having exterior dimensions of 4711mm long, 1940mm wide, 1730mm tall, and a 2738mm wheelbase.

Interior images of the 2024 Haval H6 are not yet available although we can expect some changes to the cabin, too.

With the facelift version now available in China, could we expect GWM Philippines to bring them here? That we'll have to find out.