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The sixth generation of the Opel Corsa is the most innovative in the history of an iconic model that has sold some 14 million units since 1982. Technologically advanced, it offers a design with a strong personality, a sporty temperament and a range that includes a fully electric version. The new Opel Corsa is, with its 337 km driving range as prescribed in the WLTP cycle, can be recharged to 80 percent in half an hour and is the perfect car for everyday use. The power of 100 kW and the instantaneous torque of 260 Nm underline its dynamic qualities, while the connectivity and driving assistance systems are comparable to those of higher-end models. Thanks to tax benefits, environmental bonus and lower maintenance costs, the electric motor offers reduced running costs, with a similar or better total cost of ownership than internal combustion engine versions.
Over the course of its history, Renault has changed its visual identity several times. But there is one thing that hasn't changed since 1925, and that is the diamond shape that serves as the basis for the logo. Immediately recognizable, it has become emblematic of the brand. With its angles, which adapted to the angled bonnets of the time, this geometric figure had imposed itself on Louis `renault. Since then, the Renault diamond has been redesigned no less than eight times! Nine, with the latest version. This shows how much the brand is keen to evolve with the times.
The interior of the Audi SQ5 Sportback TDI is designed in black or dark gray colors, the illuminated aluminum door sill trims are decorated with S logos. There is a choice of three upholstery options for the electrically adjustable sport seats with the embossed S logos. Contrasting stitching adorns the seats and the steering wheel; a massage function and seat ventilation are available on request. Brushed aluminum is standard for the inlays, the alternatives are two carbon designs and a piano finish.