The legendary off-road skills and the adventurous spirit that for over fifty years have made Suzuki JIMNY an authentic icon of the off-road world are back on the market in a new guise. Suzuki JIMNY 1.5 PRO 4WD AllGrip is available with N1 homologation, which is a commercial vehicle in a two-seater configuration, capable of satisfying the needs of even professional customers. Compared to the passenger version with four seats, this variant sees the maximum load capacity increase by 30 liters. The total useful volume rises to 863 liters, with the compartment separated from the front area of the passenger compartment by a solid safety dividing net that allows full-height loading. The boot, which can be accessed by opening the classic side hinged tailgate and with an external spare wheel, has a flat bottom, well aligned with the threshold and made of resistant and easy to clean material. On the sides there are holes to fix accessories such as crossbars, hooks and nets, which allow for safer transport, preventing the goods from moving. Such practicality makes JIMNY 1.5 PRO suitable for any professional use, even in extreme and challenging situations. The heir to the legendary Suzukini, sold to date in Italy in 87,500 units, is ready to satisfy even off-road lovers and those who practice hobbies and sports in the midst of nature, perhaps bringing bulky equipment with them.
The Bentley Flying Spur V8 - Das Motor
"With its improved dynamics and the more distinctive engine sound, the Flying Spur V8 offers an experience that focuses more clearly on the driver. In addition, with an increased range between refueling stops and a The centerpiece of the vehicle is Bentley's 4.0-liter V8 engine with twin turbochargers, which has a peak output of 550 hp (404 kW) and, thanks to the twin-scroll turbocharger, runs at just under 2,000 rpm reaches its maximum torque of 770 Nm. To maximize fuel economy, the V8 can deactivate four of its eight cylinders when a torque of less than 235 Nm is required under light load and the engine speed is below 3,000 rpm. The occupants do not take this action true - with a switching time of around 20 milliseconds (one tenth of the blink of an eye). The Flying Spur V8 is 100 kg lighter than the W12 version, which makes the vehicle feel more dynamic and spirited and has its very own character. The latest generation of the drive train and chassis have been installed in the new model: Adaptive air suspension, torque vectoring by brake, vehicle dynamics control and electronic steering are available as part of the standard equipment. In addition, Bentley's innovative active 48 ‑ volt roll stabilization (Bentley Dynamic Ride) and electronic all-wheel steering can be ordered, which further increase the vehicle's agility. "
PEUGEOT Sport has leveraged its experience of endurance racing (V12 and V8 PEUGEOT 908s) and that of PSA Motorsport in the FIA World Rally Championship (four cylinders) to develop a new 2.6-litre, twin-turbo, 90-degree V6. Positioned behind the driver, this 500 kW / 680 hp power plant will tip the scales at 165kg and drive the rear wheels.
Turning the ordinary into the extraordinary by offering the best products in the compact sports car segment is the mission of Abarth, a brand which has always been synonymous with Italian performance and style. Today, just a few weeks before its 73rd anniversary, the Scorpion stings once again with the introduction of its new 595 range, which pays homage to the inventiveness of its founder Carlo Abarth (1908 - 1979). Always part of Abarth’s DNA, it was the concept of upgrading which guided the work of the designers, engineers and technicians in to redesign the 2022’s range of timeless icons. Now available in two models and power levels, the Abarth 595 with 165 hp and Abarth 695 with 180 hp have special features to provide emotions to both customers who are more concerned with style and those for whom performance is a must. Both versions offer thrilling performance, a roaring exhaust, an irreverent and playful, yet bold, style and, of course, the joy of driving. Starting from these “basics”, the customers can build the car best fit for their tastes and needs, thanks to the four packs made with the most authentic Abarth traditions in mind. One instantly recalls Scorpion’s legendary tuning kits, which turned standard vehicles into unbeatable race cars in the Sixties. While preserving the brand’s dual soul with regard to its respective target customers, today a customized driving can still be achieved with one of four conversion packs. The Abarth 595 can be equipped with the “595 Turismo Pack”, more focused on style, and the “F595 Pack”, which emphasizes performance. Similarly, the already exclusive Abarth 695 can be further customized with the refined “695 Turismo Pack” or with the “695 Competizione Pack”.