The lines between living space and moving space are being blurred. Activities that people wish to conduct in the car is evolving and getting much more diverse and complex. The goal of Hyundai designers is to develop cars that are safer and smarter, going above and beyond people’s expectations. It’s what good design should be: to be progressive, to be innovative, and to be proactive caring.
BMW Group NEXTGen Innovation Topics - Driving Simulator Martin Peller
How consistently the BMW Group is breaking new ground is shown by its collaborations, among other things. For example, previous engineering tools were no longer sufficient for the complex requirements of the BMW iX. This was one of the reasons why BMW contacted Epic Games as early as 2015 and shortly afterwards became the first automobile manufacturer to introduce a mixed reality system in vehicle development that was consistently developed from components from the computer games industry. It is based on the so-called Unreal Engine 4 from Epic Games
The quintessential ES luxury sedan is receiving a refresh for 2022 with numerous multimedia, safety, and style updates, as well as the introduction of a new Dymamic Handling Package (DHP) on the F SPORT gas model. All ES models receive updated multimedia functionality for more intuitive control, as well as an upgrade to Lexus Safety System+2.5, which adds Intersection Turning Assist and Emergency Steering Assist to the Pre-Collision System. As new Lexus models launch with Lexus Driving Signature, the new ES also adds additional performance enhancements and a new F SPORT strategy focusing on style and performance. With the added variety, the ES Family continues to offer Lexus guests choices to fit their diverse interestes and lifestyles.
Twelve years ago, Porsche introduced the first GTS version of the 911. Now, a new generation of the popular sports car model is being launched – more powerful and visually distinctive, and with better driving dynamics than ever. Its six-cylinder boxer engine delivers 353 kW: Fuel consumption combined 11.4 – 10.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 259 – 236 g/km), which is 22 kW (30 PS) more than the current 911 Carrera S and the previous 911 GTS. An eight-speed Porsche dual-clutch transmission (PDK) or a seven-speed manual, as well as GTS-specific suspension with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), and the high-performance braking system from the 911 Turbo, ensure the superior transmission of longitudinal and lateral forces. Driving dynamics will be further improved with the Lightweight Design package, which will be available for the first time for the GTS from November 2021 and saves up to 25 kilograms.