Room for the whole family – with up to three child seats on the rear bench seat. Plenty of loading space for leisure and sports enthusiasts. Sliding doors provide quick boarding and disembarking and flexible loading options. Contemporary design, extensive range of safety equipment and versatile connectivity. "Life gets big": With the new T‑Class, Mercedes‑Benz is bringing comfort into the private small van segment whilst also offering an entry route into the world of the brand with the star to all those who need lots of space. This completely new model combines multifunctionality and a huge amount of space with a high-end level of equipment: Whether it be the standard MBUX infotainment system and electric parking brake, the optional 17-inch light-alloy wheels, KEYLESS-GO or ambient lighting, or even the ARTICO man-made leather/MICROCUT seat upholstery, the new T-Class boasts a versatile range of equipment highlights in its segment. A comprehensive range of standard safety equipment, including seven airbags and numerous driving assistance systems, makes it a state-of-the-art, reliable companion for families and active leisure enthusiasts. Prices start at under 30.000 euros for the T 160 with 75 kW (102 hp) petrol engine, manual transmission and basic specification.
The new Toyota Mirai Design Preview
When developing the new Mirai, Toyota optimized every aspect of the vehicle so that it appeals to customers emotionally - in terms of power delivery and performance as well as the way the car drives and looks. The declared goal was to increase the range compared to the first generation to a level that exceeds most purely battery-electric cars. To achieve this, the engine output and the capacity of the hydrogen tanks increased, as did aerodynamic efficiency. The result: a 30 percent larger radius of action that now reaches a good 650 kilometers. This means that the Mirai is now finally moving up into the long-haul vehicle class. Toyota has devoted itself equally intensively to the room layout. The modular GA-L platform, which serves as the basis for the new Mirai, enables considerably more effective packaging. In favor of a more balanced arrangement of the new FCEV drive train, the fuel cell unit has now moved under the hood. In this way, it clears the way for a larger interior space that can now accommodate five passengers.
Restyled headlights with darker buckets, and there are metallic details flanking the bulbs Rear LED combination lights have more technological appeal than previous. Entry-level EX trim adds a new 8-inch screen Premium EX trim now includes a 10.25-inch screen.
With a modern, more expressive design and premium, intuitive technology, the 2022 Buick Enclave offers signature styling and features that premium SUV customers expect and appreciate. The bolder model features new front and rear fascias, grille and lighting, including Evonik LED taillamps. To give buyers options to reflect their personal style, the Enclave also offers unique personas, including the Sport Touring appearance package and the premium Avenir trim – the brand’s highest expression of refinement.