The next step in the evolution of INFINITI begins as the credits roll on the reveal film for the all-new 2022 INFINITI QX60. INFINITI introduced the all-new, next generation of its bestselling family SUV, the 2022 INFINITI QX60. On sale in North America this fall, the 2022 INFINITI QX60 continues one of the most successful nameplates for the automaker, selling more than 400,000 units over its history, and updates it with modern artistry and craftsmanship. The 2022 INFINITI QX60 interior delivers an open, inviting atmosphere with INFINITI's design team paying special attention to seamlessly integrate technology features within a cabin generously appointed with tailored, soft-touch materials. It is loaded with features designed to deliver capability and make everyday tasks easier and more efficient, including a high-definition touchscreen, wireless charging, Wi-Fi connectivity and one-touch second-row seats that effortlessly slide fore and aft for easy access to the third row without removing a car seat1. At its heart is a powerful V-6 engine, all-new 9-speed automatic transmission, available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, and enhanced ProPILOT Assist with Navi Link to help the 2022 INFINITI QX60 deliver comfort, refinement and confidence to its driver and passengers.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo - The Design
The design of the 911 Turbo has become even more muscular. For the new chassis, the body over the front axle was widened by 45 millimeters to 1,840 millimeters. The new front hood with a distinctive bead underlines the sportiness. LED main headlights with PDLS Plus illuminate the road as standard. On the rear axle, the body is now exactly 1.90 meters wide (plus 20 millimeters). Another distinguishing feature of the new 911 Turbo is the further developed adaptive aerodynamics with regulated cooling air flaps in the front, a larger active front spoiler and a significantly larger, variable rear spoiler. Process air is drawn in via the typical 911 Turbo air inlets in the rear side panels instead of cooling air, as was previously the case. The charge air coolers are now placed directly in the air flow under the trunk lid. The continuous strip of lights with LED taillights and the new louvred trunk lid grille with silver trim round off the rear design. With the two new options lightweight construction package and sports package, appearance and performance can be further enhanced. The lightweight package for the coupé reduces the vehicle weight by 30 kilograms. This is made possible, among other things, by lightweight full bucket seats, the elimination of the rear seats and reduced insulation. This means that the engine sound reaches the driver's ear even more directly. The sports package contains the 911 Turbo sports design package and other applications in black, carbon elements and Exclusive Design rear lights
The Saloon and Estate models of the new C-Class are starting to leave the production line at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen. The bestselling Mercedes-Benz model series over the past decade will start production in Bremen, the lead plant in the global C-Class production network. This will shortly be followed by start-ups at international locations in Beijing, China and East London, South Africa. Hybrid models will follow in quick succession – as part of the "Electric first" strategy equipped with battery systems supplied from the Mercedes-Benz battery plant in Jawor, Poland. Local production in China for the Chinese market is a decisive success factor for Mercedes-Benz. China has been the largest sales market for the C-Class Saloon since 2016. The plant in Beijing produces the long-wheelbase version of the C-Class for the Chinese market. In East London, right and left-hand drive Saloon models are built for worldwide export. Production follows the latest production methods and processes including a new body shop system, improved flexibility, efficiency and sustainability. Thanks to innovative technologies, the paintshop at the plant in East London reduces energy consumption per vehicle by 25 percent.
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