In June 2020, the next generation of a lighting technology premiered in the Audi Q5: digital OLED technology. With organic light-emitting diodes (so-called OLEDs), Audi was a pioneer as far back as in 2016. Now digitalization is ringing in a new age. This technology promises to improve road safety and is the first to allow for personalization of the taillight signature.
2022 Infiniti QX55 AWD Exterior Design
The QX55's design retains all of INFINITI's daring design hallmarks, delivering a fresh interpretation of the FX silhouette. The QX55 inserts INFINITI back into a category it helped to create with an unapologetic style. The signature double-arch grille is complemented by a stunning, origami-inspired mesh pattern that delivers visual depth and showcases modern Japanese-inspired artistry. Flanked by standard LED headlights that mimic the human eye, the QX55 announces its arrival in style. Along the body sides, the QX55's alluring profile has plenty to say but doesn't speak out of turn. The elegant and flowing lines reach from the hood, over the front fenders, across the doors, and over the rear wheels. Twenty-inch wheels are standard on all QX55 models, which fill the wheel arches and assert the SUV's dynamic presence. The rear of the QX55 accentuates the subtlety of the automaker's design and interpretation of Japanese minimalism by coupling an uncluttered liftgate with handsome, understated technology to deliver a lasting impression. Digital "piano key" taillights combine 45 separate LEDs in a single housing to create an elegant light signature, recently featured on the stunning QX60 Monograph design study. The INFINITI logo on the tailgate is similarly advanced and houses the power liftgate release, which further frees the rear end from clutter.
Experience all-electric performance with the Toyota bZ4X. The SUV is particularly responsive and offers you dynamics right from the start, just as you would want from a vehicle. For a truly seamless driving experience, the Toyota bZ4X also offers the option of ""single pedal drive"" with enhanced brake energy regeneration, where you can accelerate and decelerate using only the accelerator pedal. You have the choice between front-wheel drive (150 kW) and all-wheel drive (160 kW). The all-wheel drive variant has two 80 kW electric motors on the front and rear axles, which distribute their power and thus improve the performance and safety of the bZ4X. For perfect traction, various driving modes can also be selected via the X-Mode all-wheel management. With its all-wheel drive capabilities, it masters any terrain.
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