Bentley is bringing a new focus on wellness to its model range with the launch of the Bentayga Extended Wheelbase – a new grand touring SUV that builds on the strengths of the Bentayga to become a new luxury flagship, extending the latest product range to five models. So much more than just a stretch, the Bentayga Extended Wheelbase is the result of a nine-figure investment by Bentley to create a new model that provides the best rear cabin experience since a Mulsanne, whilst retaining the Bentley hallmarks of effortless performance, exquisite handcraftsmanship and endless personalisation. The success of the Bentayga defined and enabled the growth of the luxury SUV market since the first unveiling in 2015. Over the last seven years, the Bentayga has proved its credibility through genuine off-road capability, hybrid technology, record-breaking performance, and bespoke specifications. The Bentayga remains Bentley’s best-selling model, and has become the benchmark against which other luxury SUVs are measured. The Bentayga Extended Wheelbase once again redefines the zenith.
Hyundai Motor reveals the redesigned Santa Fe
"Hyundai Motor publishes first pictures and videos of the redesigned Santa Fe. The SUV flagship has been extensively renewed and is the first Hyundai SUV based on the new third generation vehicle platform. The Hyundai Santa Fe has been around since Available in Germany in 2001 and just recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. The premium SUV has always impressed with its high level of comfort, generous space, extensive standard equipment and high functionality. The latest improvements in design, technology and safety systems are presented the luxury SUV is now of even higher quality. "
The Audi RS 3 prototype represents the epitome of unadulterated driving dynamics. This is Audi’s first vehicle to feature the RS torque splitter, which distributes drive torque between the rear wheels in a fully variable manner. This trailer shows both the Audi RS 3 Sportback prototype and the Audi RS 3 Sedan prototype in Lüneburg.
The CUPRA Formentor is about to take to the streets of the world. But some have already had the privilege of driving it including the CUPRA development team led by SEAT executive Vice-president for R&D Dr. Werner Tietz, along with CUPRA Technical Officer Marta Almuni and CUPRA driver Jordi Gené. The following are their impressions at the wheel of the brand’s first uniquely designed and developed model.