The SPORTLINE is the range-topping model in the ŠKODA KAROQ line-up. Apart from the 1.0 TSI, the KAROQ SPORTLINE is available with any of the engines in the range. The 2.0 TSI petrol engine with an output of 140 kW (190 PS), which comes with a seven-speed DSG and all-wheel drive as standard, is exclusively reserved for the KAROQ SPORTLINE. The exterior of this sporty range-topping model is characterised by a host of black design details, exclusive alloy wheels and SPORTLINE badges. Black sports styling also continues in the interior. The brand’s SPORTLINE models celebrate their 30th anniversary in 2022, following ŠKODA’s introduction of this dynamic variant in 1992 with the FAVORIT.
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As early as 1901, Václav Laurin and Václav Klement’s discovered motorsport as a promising stage on which to showcase their up-and-coming company internationally. For example, the motorcycle racer Narcis Podsedníček – whose main job was running the L&K workshop as an experienced mechanic – was the fastest rider to cover the 1,196 kilometres of the race from Paris to Berlin in June that year. In fact, he was so fast that he, unfortunately, reached the finish l
For Lamborghini, 2022 is the year of the V12, its legendary 12-cylinder engine that has powered iconic models for almost 60 years of history and became a symbol of technological innovation, vision, and engineering expertise: the foundations of Lamborghini’s DNA. Before entering the hybridization phase in 2023 with the advent of the first series-production model, Lamborghini is paying tribute to its most memorable engine in a retrospective account of the cars that have featured it. The first ever Lamborghini to leave the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory in 1964 was the 350 GT, more recently taken to the historic center of Bologna for an epic encounter with the latest V12 in the brand’s history, the Aventador Ultimae.
The stage is set for a new body shape from the Volkswagen brand: With the new compact crossover Taigo, Volkswagen is launching an SUV coupé on the European market for the first time. The front-wheel drive Taigo is a real crowd-pleaser with its trendy crossover body style, raised seating positions, pioneering connectivity and unrestricted suitability for everyday use. The rear of the five-seater car slopes backwards in the style of a coupé, without restricting headroom in the back seat. This sees Volkswagen expand the portfolio of the compact Polo (hatchback) and T-Cross (SUV) models built on the MQB platform with a third chassis variant, which has previously been primarily reserved for high-end models. Numerous latest-generation assistance systems guarantee optimum comfort and a high level of safety for all passengers.