The Changan CS75 Plus is a relatively new crossover on the market, only making its global debut in 2019. However, it seems the automaker has already given the model a makeover for the 2022 model year. Recently revealed in China is the facelifted CS75 Plus, and it comes with even more aggressive styling compared to the outgoing model.
Styling-wise, most of the changes can be seen at the front of the crossover. For the 2022 model year, Changan made the grille even wider and replaced it with vertical slats instead of a mesh design. The bumper is also new with larger side vents, giving the crossover a more aggressive look. The headlights are new too and are connected by a light bar that runs above the grille.
To match the redesigned front, Changan made a few tweaks to the rear. The bumper comes with an integrated diffuser, a twin-tip dual exit exhaust layout, and an F1-style rear foglight. While the taillights appear to be the same, they are now thinner and feature new lighting elements. Completing the exterior makeover are new multi-spoke wheels.
Inside, the cabin has been slightly updated as well. The layout of the dashboard and center console remains mostly the same, but it is now dominated by a dual 12.3-inch display – one for an instrument cluster, the other for infotainment. This particular unit even comes with a white-blue color scheme instead of the black-red theme in local units.
There's no word yet about the powertrain, but expect the engines to be carried over from the outgoing model. For reference, the local CS75 Plus comes with a 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four that produces 178 PS and 265 Nm torque. It's paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox, sending power to the front wheels.
With the 2022 CS75 Plus revealed in China, it might not be long before the Changan Philippines launches it in the country. Expect it to arrive sometime early or mid-2022.