The all-new Toyota Yaris has been designed to meet the increasing challenges of everyday urban life. Today's compact car customers are amongst Europe's most demanding and they typically undertake their busy lives in congested urban environments that present them with ever-increasing challenges. They expect their car to deliver style and practicality. They want it to be easy to park, agile in the city and comfortable on longer journeys. They expect leading levels of safety and the lowest possible running costs. In addition they are more environmentally aware than ever before and seek relevant solutions that fit their daily schedule and surroundings. And, of course, they also prefer these attributes to be delivered at an affordable price. To respond to these ever-increasing demands, the new Yaris brings Toyota's New Global Architecture (TNGA) philosophy to the compact car segment for the first time. For the new Toyota Yaris, this is delivered through the first use of the new GA-B platform, and the first use of the new TNGA 3-cylinder, 4th generation hybrid system. This approach is complemented by advances in active and passive systems to create the world's safest compact car.
The first BMW iX
With this model, which was designed from the very beginning for pure electric mobility, BMW redefines the successful vehicle concept of the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV). With its completely newly developed, precise and minimalist design, the BMW iX presents itself as the first model of a future-oriented generation of automobiles that redefines the driving experience, the feeling of space and the relationship between the vehicle and its occupants. With the latest innovations in the areas of electrification, automated driving and networking, the BMW iX provides a mobility experience that focuses more than ever on the human being. To this end, its design was developed from the inside out. The BMW iX is designed as an individual place for quality of life and well-being. The clear and minimalist design of its exterior expresses the departure into a new form of mobility that is consistently oriented towards the needs of its occupants. Its interior offers groundbreaking possibilities for using the time spent driving in a self-determined manner, while enjoying relaxation, security and a new form of luxury.
The revised Nissan NV300 station wagon starts at prices from 39,080 euros (gross). The large family van is now available as standard with nine seats and a new 2.0-liter diesel engine, which is available in three output levels from 81 kW / 110 PS to 110 kW / 150 PS to 125 kW / 170 PS. The power is transmitted via a six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT); in the most powerful engine version, the DCT is part of the standard scope. Customers can choose their desired model from three equipment lines and two body lengths (5,080 or 5,480 millimeters), and five exterior colors are also available (Glacier White, Urban Gray, Midnight Black, Highlands Gray, Comete Gray).
More off-road capability: New X-Line trim features 1.0-in. higher ground clearance, improved approach/departure angles, more advanced AWD with snow-mode and a more robust roof rack than outgoing Sorento More performance capabilities: New 2.5-Turbo option with 281 horsepower and 311-lb-ft of torque mated to a segment-exclusive 8-speed wet-clutch DCT for more responsive around-town or mountain-pass driving New Turbo-Hybrid powertrain: Features 42 additional horsepower and nearly 50% better fuel economy than outgoing Sorento base engine Most Powerful HEV in its class1: 227-horsepower and estimated 37 MPG combined Available Plug-in Hybrid option with 261 horsepower and an estimated 30 miles of pure electric driving range More interior flexibility: Improved legroom and cargo room than outgoing Sorento, and available second-row captain’s chairs, allowing buyers to select either 4+2 or 5+2 seating. Best-in-class front/rear legroom and overall interior passenger volume