The new Maserati Grecale SUV is “The Everyday Exceptional”. Grecale strikes the right balance between versatility, elegance, performance and innovation, guaranteeing performance, comfort and safety, all at the same time. These features are combined with off-road capabilities and uncompromising driving pleasure. Developed at the Maserati Innovation Lab in Modena, the new SUV is produced at the Cassino plant. Grecale is a range within the range, the Trident brand’s fullest ever. An extremely wide range of engines is available: conventional internal combustion, hybrid and, in a year’s time, Grecale will also be the first full-electric SUV in Maserati history. Three versions will be rolled out at launch: GT, powered by a four-cylinder mild hybrid engine capable of delivering 300 hp; Modena, with a four-cylinder 330-hp mild hybrid engine; and the powerful Trofeo, equipped with a high-performance 3.0L 530-hp petrol V6 based on the Nettuno engine fitted to the MC20.
The Crossland design - With Opel vizor and model name centrally at the rear
The vizor of the Opel Crossland provides a distinctive face and extends over the entire front of the vehicle under the hood: The SUV is thus optically wider; at the same time, fewer elements are visible, so that the front appears to be made of one piece. At the center of the Vizor is the legendary Opel Flash. The Vizor will characterize all new Opel models in the further course of the 2020s and in the future will combine additional top technologies. In the rear view, the new Crossland now carries its name like the new mocha confidently in the center of the tailgate shimmering in High Gloss Black (available in combination with the black roof). This makes the Crossland appear wider and more powerful. Dark tinted taillights further emphasize the characteristic Opel light design. Also new are the front and rear underride guards (painted silver on Elegance, GS Line and Ultimate), chrome door sills for the Ultimate models and stylish alloy wheels in BiColor design.
Summer is here, and it’s time for people to go on their long-awaited holidays. In a year that is still burdened by the COVID-19 pandemic, 39% of Europeans will be travelling by car this summer, with domestic tourism as the main trend, according to the European Travel Commission (ETC). The same organisation estimates that a large proportion of Europeans will enjoy beach vacations, with 14.6% planning to visit the countryside and 11.6% heading to cities for urban tourism. Whatever the destination, cars will play a fundamental role in mobility, to travel around both the major tourist destinations and the most impressive rural hideaways.
The new Toyota Highlander starts at prices from 53,250 euros in Germany. The 4.95 meter long family SUV comes with seven seats as well as hybrid and all-wheel drive as standard. Customers can choose from three equipment lines and extensive accessories for further customization. The Business Edition as an entry-level version already offers many amenities: In addition to heated and electrically adjustable front seats, there are also 18-inch alloy wheels, parabolic LED headlights with automatic high beam, tinted rear and rear side windows from the B-pillar, a reversing camera, an infotainment system with an eight-inch display and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a wireless charging cradle for smartphones as standard equipment.