The Discovery Sport of the 2021 year reaches a new dimension in terms of the digital experience. Because the equipment of the series now includes the ultra-modern Pivi-Infotainment system, which was first seen in the new Land Rover Defender. Pivi is ready for use right from the start - its own battery and a separate data plan ensure immediate operation, and there is almost no need to boot the system. The integrated data connection enables free software updates "over-the-air" at any time, whereby the updates can be started at the right time as required. In this way, users of the Discovery Sport always have the latest data for maps, apps or the vehicle system - without having to visit the workshop. The backbone of the infotainment system is a new, high-performance electronic vehicle architecture. In Discovery Sport there is infotainment either as a Pivi version or - from the Discovery Sport S - as an even more extensive Pivi Pro.
Aston Martin Vantage Roadster - The interior design
"Due to the low height of the roof mechanism, Aston Martin's award-winning design team was able to give the roadster a seamless profile at the rear. In addition, the extremely compact roof system has little effect on the capacity of the trunk: with a volume of 200 liters, it offers space for a large golf bag and accessories. The Vantage Roadster also introduces new optional extras to the Vantage family. To mark the 70th anniversary of the Vantage nameplate, Aston Martin is offering the brand's legendary lamella radiator grille as an optional extra. It is available for both model variants as an alternative to the race-inspired "Hunter" grille that the coupé has presented since its launch in 2018. In addition, light-alloy rims with a new design and various surfaces are available. Enthusiasts will also be pleased to hear that the Coupé is now available with an optional seven-speed manual transmission, originally only available on the limited edition Vantage AMR.
Like all current Volkswagens, the new Golf R Variant is optimally networked with its owner or user. The basis for this is provided as standard by the digital instruments (“Digital Cockpit Pro”) with a ten-inch display, the “Ready 2 Discover” infotainment system (10.0-inch touchscreen) and the multifunction sports steering wheel. Important: All infotainment systems belong to the third generation of the "modular infotainment kit" (MIB3). They are all linked to an online connectivity unit (OCU) that is equipped with an eSIM. OCU and eSIM enable access to a constantly growing range of online-based functions and services that are provided via the brand's own “Volkswagen We” ecosystem. Of course, the new Golf R Variant is also prepared for the spectrum of “We Connect” and “We Connect Plus”.
The interior and space concept of the Audi urbansphere concept is completely designed for the well-being of driver, co-driver and passengers. Ambient lighting, high-tech entertainment and seats ensure maximum comfort during the journey.