The new Tow N Go Package on the 2021 Durango R/T AWD leverages its 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine performance, SRT’s menacing looks, unmatched, best-in-class towing of 8,700 pounds, an improved top speed of 145 mph, Track, Sport, Snow and Tow drive modes and a retuned SRT-performance exhaust with an iconic Dodge exhaust note rumble. The Challenger and Charger muscle car exteriors are reflected in the Durango’s new, aggressive exterior, which features a new front fascia, LED low/high projector headlamps, LED daytime running lamp (DRL) signatures, grille, rear spoiler and wheels.
2021 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 392 - Reinforced frame for the most powerful Wrangler
To take full advantage of the Wrangler Rubicon 392's engine power and torque, Jeep engineers reinforced the ladder frame, front upper control arms and cast-iron steering knuckles. In addition, heavy-duty brakes reliably bring the Wrangler Rubicon 392 to a stop. Its off-road capability is aided by the wide track and high-performance Dana 44 axles with thicker axle tubes, as well as Tru-Lok electronic limited-slip differentials. An electrically decouplable anti-roll bar on the front axle maximizes suspension travel and axle articulation for demanding off-road conditions. Complementing the proven five-link front and rear suspension, a five-inch lift and monotube high-pressure gas shocks from FOX maximize the handling and comfort of the Wrangler Rubicon 392.
Genesis has opened the order books in the UK for the new all-electric GV60, its first dedicated electric platform-based vehicle, arriving later this year. Pricing for the UK will start from £47,005. A dedicated Genesis Personal Assistant will then be on hand once on sale to go through the final stages of configuration and then through to purchase. GV60 is the brand’s first electric car available in the UK and is based on the dedicated E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform) fully electric platform, marking Genesis’s first step on the road towards electrification. By 2025, all new models from Genesis will be electric and it is the brand’s ambition to reach net carbon zero by 2035.
ŠKODA engineers are putting the finishing touches to the fourth-generation FABIA. They are simulating various driving situations, putting the new small car through its paces and fine-tuning it on a secret test track. Computer simulations are also being used to ensure the best possible driving safety, optimum aerodynamics and maximum driving comfort. ŠKODA AUTO has once again improved the active and passive safety of the new FABIA and expanded the range of assistance systems and connectivity services available. The new FABIA’s safety and comfort features also include assistance systems that were previously reserved exclusively for higher vehicle classes. Fuel consumption and emission values have been significantly reduced compared to the predecessor thanks to several ingenious aerodynamic refinements. The drag coefficient has also been reduced from cw 0.32 to cw 0.28, making the FABIA the best in the small car segment.