At the 2011 Taipei Automobile & Accessories Exhibition, LUXGEN presented its special editions LUXGEN7 SUV Sports+ and LUXGEN MPV Elegance+. These two models received changes to the exterior and interior design. The new LUXGEN7 SUV Sports+ features black/red two-tone paintwork, giving it a sportier character.
It also features carbon fiber body garnish with blackened lights all-round. The SUV has been fitted with 20-inch sporty alloy wheels and it has noticeable quad exhaust outlets.
When it comes to the interior, custom touches can be seen, including black/red two-tone suede seats, suede steering wheel, carbon fiber center console trim and the aluminum sporty paddles.
With measurements of 4.8 meters long (5 ft and 9 in), 1.93 meters (6 ft and 4 in) wide and 1.76 meters (5 ft and 10 in) in height, the LUXGEN7 SUV has elegant proportions but is one of the largest in the segment. Powering the SUV is a newly developed 2.2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, delivering 175 hp at 6,000 rpm.
The petrol unit is partnered to a five-speed automatic transmission equipped with manual shifting function and what Luxgen refers to as “intelligent Transmission Control Module with 10 built-in operation modes.”
Japan’s Aisin developed the automatic transmission. The standard LUXGEN7 MPV has evolved into the exquisite Elegance+.
The MPV’s interior is designed with top-end luxury features, such as the classic "diamond quilted" two-tone suede seats, brown leather steering wheel, and classic walnut wood trim. Exterior changes are few, with one being the addition of 20-inch elegant alloy wheels.