The OX Motorcycles Atypical Edition special series is made up of three aesthetic evolutions of the OX One model: Monte Carlo, the sportier version; Patagonia, the wildest option; and Tokyo, the urban alternative. OX One Montecarlo is a 100% electric and sporty motorcycle. It stands out for a racing design that evokes the aesthetics of classic racing motorcycles. Each of its details is designed to offer the user a sporty and unique experience: retro tires, increased screen, sporty rear tail, black bodywork with marked white stripes ... The off-road electric version, OX One Patagonia, is designed for the most daring. It is suitable for any terrain and environment: designed in arid tones, fitted with off-road tires, a screen with a grill and side saddlebags in leather. Comfort and fun are guaranteed with Patagonia in all your adventures.
Formula E Porsche Team Valencia Pre-Season Test
The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team traveled to the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia this week, where they successfully completed their last tests before the start of the next season of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. The No. 36 and No. 99 Porsche 99X Electrics have driven a total of 1,522 kilometers during their test program. The first appointment of the seventh season will take place on January 16 and 17, 2021 in Santiago de Chile. The twelve teams, with a total of 24 drivers, have attended this official Formula E test, which took place in Valencia for the fourth time. With official drivers André Lotterer (Germany / # 36) and Pascal Wehrlein (Germany / # 99), the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team took to the track during the five scheduled sessions, to put the Porsche 99X Electric to the test for the last time before the start of the new season. Many elements of electric cars have been developed during the rest phase. In addition, this year Porsche will have a completely new electric powertrain.
A number of new technologies optimize the precision and control of the chassis in a wide variety of weather and road conditions. The standard electronic damper control (Electronic Control Suspension, ECS) in the GT-line version increases comfort and safety thanks to the continuous damping control. The system reacts to body movements and steering inputs and changes the damping behavior at lightning speed in order to counteract the vehicle's diving, pitching and rolling movements when cornering. It also adjusts the damping force in the case of obstacles in order to cope with them as comfortably as possible and to reduce the influence of post-vibrations on the wheels. A premiere for the Sportage is the “All-Terrain-Mode”, which will be available for the plug-in hybrid version with all-wheel drive. The system offers intelligent support when driving off-road or on snow by automatically optimizing the vehicle settings depending on the selected mode and thus helping the SUV to achieve maximum traction on muddy, sandy or snowy surfaces.
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.