Developing and researching is the essence of the brand Porsche. It is no coincidence that the official name of the company is "Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG". In total, around 6,500 people work at the Weissach development center to ensure that Porsche is always one step ahead.
2021 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 392 Highlights
V8 with 6.4-liter displacement, 346 kW (470 hp) and a torque of 637 Newton meters Even better off-road capability with greater angles of slope and a watt-depth of up to 825 millimeters Acceleration from zero to 96 kilometers per hour in 4.5 seconds, 40 percent faster than a Wrangler Rubicon with a V6-engine Wrangler Rubicon 392 marks the return of the V8 after nearly 40 years under the typical domed hood of the iconic Jeep original TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission with shift paddles on the steering wheel - the first time in a Wrangler raised by five centimeters ex factory, optimized wheel guide geometry, High-performance brakes and FOX gas-pressure shock absorbers for improved off-road capability and robustness 33-inch tires on 17-inch beadlockable wheels Active dual-mode exhaust sound and quadruple tailpipes Optimized engine cooling system with hood air intake and hydroGuide™ air intake system Driving mode Offroad Plus allows rear axle locking even at high speeds Unique bronze accents characterize the Wrangler Rubicon 392
SEAT is driving forward with its plans to electrify its vehicles and add even greater levels of efficiency. The process has already started, and now the brand is adding a second plug-in hybrid model to the range with the introduction of its first electrified SUV, the SEAT Tarraco e-HYBRID. The SEAT Tarraco is already an attractive proposition in the segment, and the introduction of a plug-in hybrid powertrain option will help the large SUV build on its position in the market. It brings a more balanced approach between dynamism and efficiency.
The Tonale’s power makes its debut on the road in Tempio Voltiano, the celebrated location of Alessandro Volta’s inventions in the beautiful setting of Lake Como. A symbolic location to highlight the brand’s “metamorphosis”, it was here more than 200 years ago that the Italian scientist created his most famous invention: the battery, the first generator of dynamic electricity. A scientific landmark in modern history, this instrument allows our technological civilization to function. A precursor to the concept of sustainability, Alessandro Volta obsessively studied nature in order to replicate it for the benefit of humanity. This innovative approach, which is fully embraced by Alfa Romeo, demonstrates how, with its “mechanical creations”, sustainable technological development must imitate nature and take inspiration from it in order to adapt and live in harmony with it. Therefore, the Italian brand’s latest chapter couldn’t help but begin in Tempio Voltiano. With Tonale, Alfa Romeo has radically evolved and launched itself into a new, technological, sustainable and electrified era. The Tonale’s road capabilities are clear. The technology and connectivity on board make it the most technological Alfa Romeo to date. It combines quality and attention-to-detail with dynamic features to reinvent sportiness in the 21st century.