The Dodge Challenger is the world’s quickest, fastest and most powerful muscle car. While the record-setting Dodge Challenger SRT Demon was and will remain a one-year, limited-production build, the Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is born from its successes and, for 2021 model year, is the halo of the Challenger lineup, out-performing the competition in the modern horsepower wars. The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is powered by the same supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® high-output V-8 that powers the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye with a revised powertrain calibration that increases rated power output to an 807 horsepower.
Audi lighting technologies and functional principles
Audi has been consistently driving progress in lighting technology for more than 20 years. What used to be used exclusively for safety now shapes the visual appearance of every Audi model with the combination of design and technology. And with the digitization of lighting technology, this perspective will change even further in the future: towards even more pronounced personalization and comprehensive external communication
In 2018 the Audi e-tron came to life in San Francisco and since then has defined the Audi way to electric mobility. Many milestones later, it is now time for the next level: the Audi e-tron Sportback. Learn more what about what happened so far.
Hyundai impresses with three new models in this publication, the all-electric IONIQ 5 and TUCSON, gaining 5-star ratings and Hyundai Bayon achieving 4 stars. Although the TUCSON only just clears the hurdle in Safety Assist to get into five-star territory, both IONIQ 5 and TUCSON display good all-round safety. The crossover SUV Bayon, fighting its way into an already overcrowded and highly competitive segment, lacks the centre airbag that is standard in IONIQ 5 and TUSCON. Nevertheless, the Bayon comes with robust crash protection and crash-avoidance features which help to secure it a creditable four-star rating.