The first variation in the new urban world of ‘Life’ is the Panda trim level, the gateway to the line-up: an accessible car packed with smart solutions, making it ideal for every kind of travel or transfer. The second trim is the genuine new feature in this soul: the New Panda City Life, the linchpin of the line-up, aimed at those who look for the best ratio between price and product substance in a city car, without sacrificing an attractive and distinctive style. The design of the Panda City Life includes new front bumpers, a brand-new insert in the side skirts and the new 15" ‘Life’ wheel rims, a perfect combination with the various contrasting black elements included as standard: from the roof rack to the side protective bands, from the wing mirror housing to the external handles. The urban soul is also showcased inside the passenger compartment, which includes two-tone gray seats and anthracite-colored dashboard, manual air conditioning and Uconnect system complete with DAB radio, Bluetooth 2.1 technology and a special smartphone mount installed on the dashboard (with the new 7” touchscreen radio with DAB digital system, set up for Apple CarPlay and compatible with Android Auto™ and smartphone bracket on demand).
Natural gas-powered ŠKODA OCTAVIA G-TEC with CNG drive can now be ordered
"ŠKODA is launching the next alternative drive variant of the new OCTAVIA: Customers can now use the ŠKODA OCTAVIA G-TEC, which is powered by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) The sedan with Ambition equipment including 16 percent VAT is available from 30,276 euros, the estate version is available from 30,959 euros. Both meet the Euro 6d-ISC-FCM (AP) emissions standard that will apply from January 2021 and are satisfied with 3, 5 kg / 100 km CNG with combined consumption according to NEDC standard. In addition to the Ambition version, ŠKODA also offers the OCTAVIA G-TEC in the style version and as an even higher-quality FIRST EDITION special model. The ŠKODA OCTAVIA 1.5 TGI G -TEC DSG is consistently geared towards operation with environmentally friendly natural gas (CNG). Its 1.5 TGI petrol engine has an output of 96 kW (130 PS) and distributes this power via an automatic 7-speed dual clutch transmission e (DSG). The cleaner combustion of natural gas reduces CO2 emissions in CNG mode by around 25 percent compared to gasoline operation, and there are also significantly fewer nitrogen oxides (NOx) and no soot particles. In CNG mode, the OCTAVIA G-TEC is satisfied with a combined consumption of 3.5 to 3.4 kg / 100 km and 4.6 l / 100 km in petrol mode. The CO2 emissions are correspondingly low at 96 to 93 g / km. "
The one-off 2019 Pikes Peak Continental GT – the very car that Rhys Millen drove to a new outright Production Class record of 10:18.488 at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in 2019
Elegantly sporty with intuitive controls and innovative technologies – this is the new Opel Grandland. With the fully digital Pure Panel, the new model offers the driver a completely different cockpit experience. The Opel SUV flagship also features additional technologies and assistance systems that until now customers only find in higher class vehicles. Especially the adaptive IntelliLux LED® Pixel Light with a total of 168 LED elements. The technology from Opel’s flagship limousine, the Insignia, is making its debut in the German brand’s top SUV and sets new standards in the Grandland’s market sector. The same goes for Night Vision, which is celebrating its premiere at Opel. The system detects pedestrians and animals in darkness at a distance of up to 100 metres and warns the driver. The semi-adaptive Highway Integration Assist keeps the Grandland in the middle of its lane and maintains the distance to the vehicle in front. Produced in Germany, the new Grandland also features the Opel Vizor, the brand’s new face.