Thanks to the displacement increased to 1,160cc, the new 3-cylinder in-line engine reaches an exuberant peak power of 180 HP at 10,750 rpm and develops 125 Nm of maximum torque at 9,000 rpm. Also designed thanks to the racing experience linked to the supply of engines for the Motorcycle Championship, it offers a simply thrilling riding experience. It is also more responsive and responsive, spins 650 rpm higher than the 1,050 unit, and delivers a sporty and exciting intake and exhaust tone. The entire powertrain has been completely redesigned, in every single component greater performance and weight reduction have been sought, making the engine as a whole 7 kg lighter. Despite the larger displacement, it is actually more compact and significantly improves every aspect of riding in terms of neutrality, feeling in the saddle and handling.
Sporty character with superior performance - the Audi SQ7 and the SQ8 with V8 TFSI petrol
" Audi presents the SQ7 and the SQ8 with new TFSI Engines. The brand is responding to the global trend towards sporty Otto engines in the high-performance SUV segment. When it comes to the chassis, the Audi SQ7 TFSI2 and the Audi SQ8 TFSI3 offer many high-tech components, and new connectivity and assistance functions round off the technology package. The large S models will gradually be launched in European markets from autumn 2020. 373 kW (507 PS) and a torque of 770 Nm, which is constant from 2,000 to 4,000 revolutions per minute - the 4.0 TFSI has an easy time with the Audi SQ72 and the Audi SQ83. The twin-turbo V8 petrol engine accelerates both models from zero to 100 km / h in 4.1 seconds, while the intermediate sprint from 80 to 120 km / h takes just 3.8 seconds. At 250 km / h the electronics limit the propulsion. Depending on the equipment, the SQ7 TFSI consumes between 12.1 and 12.0 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 278 to 276 grams per kilometer. The SQ8 TFSI also has 12.1 to 12.0 liters (276 to 275 grams of CO2). "
Compact external dimensions coupled with a generous amount of space and a high load capacity open up a diverse range of applications for the new Mercedes-Benz Citan, especially in inner-city delivery and service provision operations. It is available both as a Panel Van and a Tourer. Wide-opening sliding doors on the left and right sides of the vehicle, as well as a low loading sill optionally enable comfortable access to the interior and easy loading of the vehicle. Inside, passengers will enjoy the comfortable seats of the Citan Tourer. In addition to its high functionality and variability, the vehicle provides comprehensive safety equipment and a high level of driving comfort. The new Citan compact van can be ordered from mid-September 2021 with a starting price expected to be less than 23,800 euros. The net list price of the basic model is thus anticipated to start at less than 20,000 euros.
Revamp of the KODIAQ: roughly four years after ŠKODA launched the first model in its SUV campaign, the carmaker has now upgraded the globally successful KODIAQ. The Czech brand has further developed the emotive design of the KODIAQ, which can also be ordered as a 7-seater, and improved its aerodynamics. For the first time, the range of options for this large ŠKODA SUV includes innovative full LED Matrix headlights. The sporty range-topping KODIAQ RS has not only had a visual makeover but has also been given a new, more powerful TSI engine. The updated KODIAQ will be available from July 2021.