The new model line’s assistance systems perfect ease of driving and safety. Included as standard in the ID. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo is the ‘Car2X’ local warning system, which utilises signals from other vehicles and the transport infrastructure to spot hazards in real time. Also included as standard: the ‘Front Assist’ emergency braking function and, in the MPV, the ‘Lane Assist’ lane-keeping assistant. With new software, new assistance functions are also making their way into the ID. family. Available as an option is ‘Travel Assist with swarm data’, which facilitates partially automated driving across the entire speed range and, for the first time, assisted lane-changing on the motorway. Also new: the ‘Memory Function’ for automated parking on a previously saved route.
2022 Hyundai Tucson Driving Video
The new Hyundai Tucson is ready for launch. After completing an intensive test program, the compact SUV, which will go on sale in Europe towards the end of this year, has completed the intensive development and test drives as well as quality controls with flying colors. With the fourth generation, Hyundai is implementing the "Sensuous Sportiness" design philosophy for the first time in the Tucson. The compact SUV, which is suitable for everyday use, offers its drivers not only practical everyday use and plenty of space, but also extensive driving fun with a wide range of drives including all-wheel drive.
The astonishingly elegant yet dynamic body of the MC20 captivated the audience at the Auto China 2020. Being 100% made in Modena and built in the historic Viale Ciro Menotti plant, the MC20 inherits Maserati’s rich Italian heritage while also demonstrating an irrepressible drive towards the brand’s future of innovation. The MC20 is powered by the new Nettuno engine, incorporating F1-derived technologies that are now available in the power unit of a road car for the first time ever. The engine, which incorporates MTC (Maserati Twin Combustion) technology, is a 630 horsepower V6 producing 730 Nm of torque that ensures a 0-100 km/h acceleration time under 2.9 seconds and a top speed of over 325 km/h. Thanks to a best-in-class weight/power ratio at just 2.33 kg/hp, the MC20 effortlessly runs on the road at extremely high speeds.
With the luxury saloon EQS and the sporty executive saloon EQE, Mercedes-Benz has entered a new, all-electric era in the upper market segments as well. The EQS SUV, the third model series with this architecture developed for electric vehicles, will soon follow. The SUV offers plenty of space, comfort and connectivity for up to seven passengers in its avant-garde, luxurious interior. Thanks to powerful electric motors, responsive 4MATIC all-wheel drive and an intelligent OFFROAD driving mode, the EQS SUV is also capable of tackling light terrain with ease. The new EQS SUV shares the long wheelbase (3210 millimetres) with the EQS Saloon, but is over 20 centimetres higher. The dimensions in detail: 5125/1959/1718 millimetres (length/width/height). The interior dimensions benefit from these generous SUV dimensions and from the advantages of the purpose design tailored to the electric platform. The second row of seats can be electrically adjusted as standard. Up to four golf bags fit in the boot. A third row of seats with two additional individual seats and extensive comfort features for all passengers is available as an option.