Can the BYD Tang II Hybrid make 600 PS?
The vehicle configuration published here
shows that the Tang II Hybrid, like the first gen. model, will have an engine+double motor setup. Max. power outputs are 151 kW for the engine, and 110+180 kW for the two motors. Assuming a linear delivery (as in the case of the first-gen model) total output should be 441 kW, compared to 411 kW for the first-gen. high-speed version, which translates to 591.4 hp or 599.6 PS!
However, according to MIIT, the max net output of the ICE is 139 kW, so the theoretical max would be around 429 kW (575 hp or 583 PS).
Images from: https://www.autohome.com.cn/news/201801/911491.html