As a House of Luxury, Rolls-Royce imbues its products with meaning. A Rolls-Royce serves as a canvas onto which clients reflect their personal tastes, express ambitions and often, define legacies. The Bespoke treatment of a Rolls-Royce elegantly reflects its status as ‘the best car in the world’ while stylishly expressing the personality of its commissioning client. Ever increasingly, clients appreciate and enjoy the marque’s Bespoke capabilities and Rolls-Royce is called upon, by its clients, to integrate itself into their lives in meaningful ways. The brand and its clients have become progressively closer and the designers, engineers and craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce, a Global Centre of Luxury Manufacturing Excellence, have developed a unique fluency in interpreting the lifestyles of these remarkable women and men. This evolution of mutual confidence has resulted in ever more ambitious commissions, reaching well beyond the scope of Bespoke competencies and capacity, into the rarefied realm of coachbuilding. To fulfil these extraordinary client commissions Rolls-Royce has reached a decision to return to one of the historical roots of the marque and to initiate a distinct department within the company, Rolls-Royce Coachbuild.
The equipment lines of the revised Hyundai Kona in detail
Including the N Line, which is available for the first time, the customer can choose between five equipment variants for the revised Hyundai Kona. The Kona in the Pure version starts at an attractive 19,486.05 euros and comes with the powerful and efficient 1.0 T GDI engine with 120 PS / 88 kW as standard. In the Pure line, the Hyundai Kona already offers extensive standard equipment, which includes air conditioning and DAB + radio including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as various SmartSense safety and comfort assistants. These include the eCall emergency call system, an active lane departure warning system, an attention assistant, an autonomous emergency braking assistant including pedestrian detection and a lane following assistant. But also a Bluetooth hands-free system, power windows front and rear, multifunction steering wheel and 16-inch alloy wheels are factory-fitted. The Hyundai Kona Pure drives up in the standard solid color Dive in Jeju, a turquoise tone
Digitization is making mobility as simple, flexible, individual and networked as a smartphone. The car is being integrated into the digital world of the customer and is becoming a personal experience device. Hildegard Wortmann, Board Member for Sales and Marketing, talks about the future of the Digital Customer Experience at Audi.
Following the Q3 Sportback and the e-tron Sportback, Audi now presents its third crossover utility vehicle, or CUV: the Q5 Sportback. This coupé with dynamic lines addresses customers who appreciate not just an expressive design and technical innovation but also a sporty character and a high level of everyday usability. Topping the line is the SQ5 Sportback TDI. Its three-liter TDI offers concentrated power of 251 kW (341 PS) and 700 Nm (516.3 lb-ft) of torque.