Goodwood Festival Of Speed Hill Climb - Jaguar F-PACE
SEAT Tarraco Design in Dolphin Grey
From the first moment, the success of the Ateca compact SUV confirmed that the customers look for spacious cars, with a large boot capacity, full of comfort equipment and the highest level of safety. And that's how the Tarraco was born. The SEAT Tarraco is a large SUV with all the attributes a customer is looking for in 2020, with all the allure that makes a product the beacon of its range. Of course, it is wrapped in SEAT's dynamic and emotional design, fitting wheels up to 20 inches, it has a spacious interior for five or seven seats, but with a constrained weight (1,599 kg for the five-seat petrol version). Exciting to drive, with petrol engines ranging from the 150PS 1.5 TSI to the 190PS 2.0 TSI or 150 or 200PS 2.0 TDI diesel engines. A choice of either manual transmission or seven-speed DSG are offered, combined with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive 4Drive. Or they can indulge in a sportier version like the recently introduced Tarraco FR. A car with a strong interior design, digitized and connected, with a high level of standard equipment. With Full LED lighting to show off what they already said about 1500 in the 60s: "Excellent lights, as usual in this brand." Light to guide the way, too, in the rest of the models in the line-up and to show buyers the know-how of SEAT.
Electric range of up to 59 kilometers (36.7 mi) in the NEDC (47 kilometers (29.2 mi) in the WLTP cycle), a sporty character, and great everyday usability: Audi is presenting the Q8 with plug-in hybrid drive. The new model closes the last gap in the Q8 range and provides an innovative combination of efficiency and power. The SUV Coupé is available in two performance versions. The Q8 55 TFSI e quattro achieves a system output of 280 kW (381 PS). The Q8 60 TFSI e quattro even achieves a system output of 340 kW (462 PS). Audi is continuing its electrification offensive with the Q8 TFSI e quattro: The SUV Coupé is already the seventh model with plug-in hybrid drive that has been newly introduced on the market since mid-2019. Audi is putting this drive technology completely at the service of the customer: It provides customers with a confident electric driving experience, simple charging management, and a high level of everyday usability.
How close the new Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series actually is to motorsport has now been impressively demonstrated by GT3 racer Maro Engel on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring. With an officially measured and notarized certified time of 6:43,616 min for the 20.6 kilometre-long track (measured without the straight at track section T13) and 6:48,047 min for the 20.832 kilometre-long total track (measured with the straight at track section T13), the new V8 meteor is placed in the top group of the street-legal “sports cars” category and number one among the fully standard, unmodified models.