New Collection of the marque’s pinnacle Phantom limousine Design concept inspired by time, astronomical phenomena and the infinite reaches of the universe New Bespoke paint finish, Kairos Blue, incorporates mica flakes that produce a subtle sparkling effect, mimicking stars in the night sky Completely reimagined Pulsar Headliner combines fibre-optic lighting and intricate Bespoke embroidery Phantom’s Gallery features 100 individual columns, milled from a single billet of black-anodised and hand-polished aluminium Hundreds of illuminated perforations form swirling, twisting patterns in the door linings Spirit of Ecstasy is personalised with a significant date and location of the owner’s choosing Production limited to just 20 examples, all already allocated to clients around the world Hand-painted Tempus Champagne Chest accompanies Collection
The Land Rover Discovery Sport - The Engine
PHEV is followed by more MHEV - Land Rover has recently added a plug-in hybrid version to the Discovery Sport with the P300e. With the 2021 model year, further mild hybrid drives are now being added - including highly efficient and electrified diesels from the latest Ingenium generation. The two new 2.0 liter MHEV four-cylinder diesels in the Discovery Sport deliver 120 kW (163 hp) or 150 kW (204 hp). In addition to high efficiency, the power units developed and produced by Jaguar Land Rover itself are particularly powerful and quiet. CO2 emissions from 131 g/km and combined standard consumption from 5.0 liters per 100 kilometers are further proof of the new diesel's progressive nature. In combination with four-wheel drive, the diesel engines are equipped with mild hybrid technology (MHEV): a belt-starter alternator and a battery unit into which energy normally lost during braking or deceleration is fed back. In addition to fuel consumption, MHEV technology also has a positive effect on stop-start behavior, which is much smoother in this case. Also new in the Discovery Sport series is the P290, a 2.0 liter four-cylinder gasoline engine that powers the new Discovery Sport R-Dynamic S special edition. The turbo gasoline engine effortlessly produces 213 kW (290 hp) and accelerates the exclusive edition from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.4 seconds. This top-of-the-range engine is complemented by the 2.0 liter in-line four-cylinder mild hybrid P200 with 147 kW (200 hp) output and a maximum torque of 320 Nm max. torque at 1200-4000/min, as well as the P250 with 184 kW (249 hp) output and 365 Nm max. torque at 1300-4500/min.
2021 Santa Fe now offers three new and improved powertrain options. The standard powertrain is a Smartstream 2.5-liter direct-injected (DI) and multi-point injected (MPI) four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, replacing the former 2.4-liter engine. This standard four-cylinder engine produces an estimated 191 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and an estimated 182 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,000 rpm for effortless driving in a wide variety of conditions. The powertrain also features Idle, Stop and Go (ISG) capability to maximize efficiency in various heavy traffic conditions. The new 2.5-liter engine fuel economy is targeted to increase approximately eight percent over the 2020 powertrain from these improvements.
The MINI Electric Pacesetter inspired by JCW is the new Safety Car for the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship race series. As such, it connects the brand’s electrified future with the rich racing history of John Cooper Works. The car was created out of the new MINI Cooper SE as part of an unprecedented collaboration between MINI Design, BMW Motorsport, the FIA and the Formula E.