Safety and customer satisfaction come first at Audi. They are part and parcel of the success of the company with the four rings. In that context, light technology is steadily growing more important and creating a wider range of possibilities and perspectives, from added safety for the driver, to external communication and individualization. Systematic light digitization is making all of this possible. It is particularly visible in the new Audi A8: the forward-looking Digital Matrix LED headlights and digital OLED rear lights raise the customer experience to a whole new level: for the first time in any Audi model, light is completely digitized. The car can be individualized even further through its digital OLED rear lights. The Digital Matrix LED headlights also include three new functions: advanced traffic information, a lane light with direction indicator lights on highways, and an orientation light on country roads. These features not only demonstrate Audi’s “Vorsprung durch Technik,” they also add value.
The new Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 4MATIC + Coupé - progressive, elegant and aesthetic - the interior design
"The brand-typical look and feel is also continued in the high-quality interior of the GLE 63 Coupé, which is characterized by a consistently sporty ambience with dynamic The AMG seats are upholstered in nappa leather, offer optimized lateral support and have AMG-specific seat graphics with an "AMG" badge in the front seat backrests. Additional leather variants are optionally available. The S variant is characterized by the gray seat belts and a contrasting topstitching in the seats in silver gray. Individually adjustable ambient lighting is standard on board. AMG-specific interior appointments and controls give the cockpit the typical AMG atmosphere and support agile, precise handling. The AMG performance steering wheel in the 3rd -Spoke design with aluminum shift paddles impresses with an ergonomically optimally tailored to the driver mmten shaping. In the basic model, the steering wheel rim is covered with black nappa leather, with the S version in nappa leather / microfiber DINAMICA, each with a black 12 o'clock mark. The AMG steering wheel buttons are available as an option for particularly quick setting of parameters relevant to driving dynamics. The center console contains an AMG-specific control element with additional switches with which the 3-stage ESP®, the manual transmission mode, the adaptive damping adjustment, the optional AMG Performance exhaust system and the vehicle level can be controlled. In addition to the AMG sports pedals made of brushed stainless steel with rubber studs, door sills and black floor mats with “AMG” lettering underline the sporty appearance. A wide range of high-quality decorative elements is available for further interior customization. The AMG trim elements in carbon give the interior a particularly sporty note. "
The now standard 10.25-inch or optional 12.3-inch Control Display, newly designed controls on the centre console and the standard sports leather steering wheel with newly arranged multifunction buttons headline an interior brimming with detail refinements. Standard equipment for the new BMW 5 Series Sedan and new BMW 5 Series Touring now also includes automatic climate control with extended features. New additions to the options list include M multifunction seats with a wide range of adjustment, new interior trim strips and seat surfaces in Sensatec perforated trim.
The Bronco® outdoor lifestyle brand of all-4x4 SUVs adds to its adventure legacy with the June 28 opening of a first-of-its-kind Bronco Off-Roadeo experience center in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, near Aaustin. Bronco and Bronco Sport owners and order-holders can receive complimentary instruction on how to take their SUV off-road. Each Bronco Off-Roadeo experience will put Bronco brand drivers to the test across 50 miles of curated trails over a day and a half, while teaching them about the capabilities and performance of their all-new two- and four-door Bronco SUV and Bronco Sport Badlands™ and First Edition SUV. Three more Off-Roadeo adventure parks are due to open later this year in Mt. Potosi, Nevada; Moab, Utah; and the Northeast United States.