If you're a human-driving fan, you might feel left out in the current automotive landscape. With all the hype around autonomous vehicles, electric cars, and smart mobility, there's no room for the old-fashioned joy of getting behind the wheel and taking control of your destiny.

But don't despair, fellow drivers. There's still hope for us. And it comes from an unlikely source: China.

Yes, you read that right. China, a country that is notorious for its traffic jams, pollution, and copycat cars, is also the home of one of the most innovative and exciting carmakers in the world: Geely.

Geely is not a household name in the West, but it should be. It owns Volvo, Lotus, Polestar, and Lynk & Co, among other brands. It has invested heavily in research and development, especially in the fields of electrification, connectivity, and artificial intelligence. And it has a vision for the future of mobility that is both ambitious and realistic.

The Geely Galaxy L6 embodies that vision, the latest model from the Chinese giant that was officially unveiled a few days ago. The Galaxy L6 is a sleek, futuristic sedan combining cutting-edge technology with human-centric design. It is not a self-driving car but a car that enhances human driving.

The Geely Galaxy L6 is powered by a dual-motor electric system that delivers 402 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 mph. It has a 1300 km (807 miles) range on a single charge, thanks to its 120 kWh battery pack that can be recharged to 80% in just 15 minutes using a fast charger.

But the Galaxy L6 truly stands out because of its AI full-scene intelligent interaction system, which uses voice, gesture, facial recognition, and eye tracking to communicate with the driver and passengers. The system can adjust the settings of the car according to the driver's preferences and mood, as well as provide information, entertainment, and assistance on demand.

The Geely Galaxy L6 also features a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 15.6-inch central touchscreen that display high-definition graphics and animations. The hybrid car has a panoramic sunroof that can change its transparency according to the weather and time of day. The interior is spacious and luxurious, with leather seats, wood trim, ambient lighting, and a Harman Kardon sound system.

The Galaxy L6 is not just a car but a smart companion that adapts to your needs and desires. It is designed to make driving more enjoyable, comfortable, and safe. It is not meant to replace human drivers but to empower them.

The Galaxy L6 is expected to go on sale in China later this year, with a starting price of around $45,000. There is no word yet on whether it will be available in other markets, but I hope it will because this is the kind of car that human drivers deserve.

The Geely Galaxy L6 is not just another hybrid sedan. It is a statement of intent from a company that believes in the future of human driving. It is a challenge to the established players in the industry who are obsessed with autonomy and efficiency. And it is a reminder that driving can still be fun and rewarding.

If you want a car that respects your freedom, look no further than the Geely Galaxy L6. It might just be the best thing to come out of China since chopsticks.



The Hyundai Kona Electric is one of the most affordable and practical electric SUVs on the market. With a generous driving range, a spacious interior, and a sleek design, the Hyundai Kona Electric offers a lot of value for eco-conscious… Continue reading

Lancia is one of the most storied and iconic car brands in history, but it has been languishing in obscurity for years, selling only one model, the Lancia Ypsilon, in its home market of Italy. But that could soon change, as the brand has… Continue reading

Toyota has unveiled its new 2024 C-HR, a compact crossover that combines a sleek design, a spacious interior, and a hybrid powertrain that promises to deliver excellent fuel economy and low emissions. The 2024 Toyota C-HR is also… Continue reading

Opel continues to electrify its range and presents the first model with a plug-in hybrid propulsion system in its history. The Opel Grandland X Hybrid4 will be launched early next year. The electrified SUV is the prelude to a major e-… Continue reading