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The Mercedes-Benz EQV - Electric Intelligence
" The EQV is integrated into an electromobile ecosystem that supports the driver to reach your destination without fear of range. The key to this is the innovative MBUX infotainment system and the Mercedes me app. All EQ-specific displays and settings can be operated in the MBUX EQ menu via the high-resolution 10.25 inch touchscreen. For example, the pre-air conditioning can be activated, the charging settings can be adjusted and the navigation can be operated with Electric Intelligence and the Mercedes me Charge functions. The electrical intelligence begins with the planning of the journey - either via MBUX in the vehicle or the Mercedes me app in advance. This is how the family excursion can be conveniently planned from the breakfast table: Simply select the destination and the desired departure time for the pre-air conditioning so that the EQV has a pleasant temperature right from the start. When it starts, MBUX updates the route sent to the vehicle via the app based on numerous factors such as current traffic and weather data, route topography, current range and available charging stations. "
It was another night for the Hethel history books as resurgent British sports car manufacturer Lotus gave a world debut to the all-new Emira. It was staged live in front of an on-site audience of VIP media and honoured guests, with tens of thousands more viewing the simultaneous online broadcast from all corners of the world. Matt Windle, Managing Director, Lotus Cars, told guests: “The Emira is an absolute game-changer for Lotus. It’s a hugely significant milestone in our path to becoming a truly global performance car brand. It’s a new sports car – our first in many years – and what an offering it is from Lotus!” The hour-long live-action unveiling was centred on the iconic Hethel test track and culminated in a high-octane lap of the north circuit by an Emira – officially the last petrol-powered car from Lotus. That lap drew to a close on the steering pad, directly in front of the audience as they witnessed the ‘unboxing’ of another Emira.
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