The new Toyota Hilux, with numerous modifications and improvements in a myriad of elements, from the body to the engine through the chassis, equipment and infotainment technology. Thus, Hilux 2021 can now be purchased, in a pre-sale format until the first units reach the Spanish market at the end of the year or early 2021. The new Hilux, an extension of the success story of more than four decades that stars this pick-up thanks to its undeniable values of quality, durability and reliability, presents a renewed design, in which its new front panel stands out, the LED option for headlights and lamps, the new range of alloy wheels and, especially, the new Hilux INVINCIBLE version with an exclusive, powerful and robust image. Like the 2021 Land Cruiser, the new Hilux is powered by the new 150 kW / 204 hp 2.8D engine, paired with a six-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed Super ECT automatic transmission. This engine will coexist with the 110 kW / 150 hp 2.4D that Hilux has been running since 2016.
2020 Mazda MX-30 in Soul Red Crystal Driving in the city
The new MX-30 introduces all-electric drive technology to the Mazda range. Called e-Skyactiv, the drive system's combination of electric motor and 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery equips the MX30 with a uniquely smooth, quiet and seamless all-electric driving experience and a range of 200km (WLTP combined), far exceeding the average daily drive of European customers. The MX-30's ' Human Modern' styling concept and Freestyle centre pillar-less doors break new ground for the beautiful, handcrafted forms of Kodo design. The interior features a floating centre console incorporating Mazda's first touch-screen air-conditioning control panel, and unique materials designed to minimize environmental impact - door trim using fibres made from recycled plastic bottles and cork harvested from the bark of trees without felling. Combined with the MX-30’s inherently smooth all-electric driving behaviour, the adoption of electric G-Vectoring Control Plus (e-GVC Plus) results in even greater refinement of the Mazda driving experience. The MX-30 features an enhanced suite of i-Activsense features. And despite adopting freestyle doors with no centre pillar, its bodyshell combines high strength - including a carefully designed structure to protect the high-voltage battery - with efficient energy absorption for excellent collision safety performance.
Nissan is equipping its compact coupé crossover Juke with a hybrid drive for the first time. The advanced system combines direct power delivery and an active driving experience with lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Thanks to its multimodal hybrid drive, the Juke Hybrid combines efficiency, responsiveness and harmonious driving characteristics. Drivers and passengers will experience pure electric launch, smooth driveability in all conditions and excellent fuel economy. This combination is made possible thanks to the intelligent multimodal transmission, efficient brake energy regeneration and the high-performance battery. In developing the hybrid powertrain, the focus was on complementing and preserving the agile and dynamic character of the Juke that has made the coupe crossover a modern Nissan icon.
A new era begins for the sporty ŠKODA RS family: the ŠKODA OCTAVIA RS iV with plug-in hybrid drive can be ordered from ŠKODA dealers in Germany. The prices for the sustainably sporty top model start at 42,267 euros including 16 percent VAT, the OCTAVIA COMBI RS iV is available from 42,949 euros. At the start of the order, customers can order the FIRST EDITION special model for the same price, which with its extended equipment offers a price advantage of 1,375 euros compared to a standard OCTAVIA RS iV.