Bentley made a hugely successful return to public events in the USA with six debuts at Monterey Car Week 2021. A four-day exhibition of the company’s latest products and Beyond100 strategy was run entirely in accordance with CDC guidelines, keeping Bentley’s guests and staff COVID-safe throughout. All three of Bentley Mulliner’s stunning portfolios – Classic, Coachbuilt and Collections – came together for the first time, alongside a public debut of Bentley’s new hybrid range featuring both the new Flying Spur Hybrid and the Bentayga Hybrid. The Home of Bentley in Monterey was once again the destination for more than 2,500 Bentley customers and aficionados over the course of the event, with 100 of them taking test drives in the latest products. The Home featured a different line-up of Bentleys every day, supported by a hand-crafted display detailing the company’s Beyond100 strategy – Bentley’s nine-year journey to become the world’s leading sustainable luxury mobility company. The display featured the biofuel-powered Continental GT3 Pikes Peak at its centre, surrounded by a selection of in-development sustainable materials and information on the brand’s path to complete carbon neutrality and climate positivity.
The new BMW 530d xDrive - The interior design
"The now standard 10.25-inch and optionally 12.3-inch control display, redesigned control buttons on the center console and the standard sports leather steering wheel with newly arranged multifunction buttons characterize the precisely refined interior the new BMW 5 Series Sedan and the new BMW 5 Series Touring. Your standard equipment has also been supplemented by an automatic air conditioning system with an extended scope. The new options include M multi-function seats with a wide range of adjustment options, new interior strips and seat surfaces in the Perforated Sensatec design. "
2023 Volvo V60 Cross Country B5 AWD Driving Video in Onyx Black
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.