More and more often, those who buy a new car show that they appreciate the practicality of the automatic transmission, this figure clearly emerges considering segments such as SUVs, crossovers and off-roaders. To facilitate this selection process, Suzuki has decided to complete the offer of the VITARA HYBRID and S-CROSS HYBRID ranges, including automatic versions in the respective price lists, distinguished by the initials AT - Automatic Transmission. Both on VITARA HYBRID and S-CROSS HYBRID, the automatic gearbox can be requested in combination with the STARVIEW set-up, the most complete equipment in the catalog.
New SUV Peugeot 3008 - Digital reveal
Its new inspired design draws the codes of a new era of modernity with ever more elegance, a redesigned front face, new Full LED rear lights, new body colors as well as a new "Black Pack" option. The new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV perfectly embodies the power of choice, offering plug-in hybrid engines, two or four-wheel drive and thermal, gasoline or diesel, reconciling driving pleasure and efficiency. Without compromising on smart technologies, the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV offers the latest generation of driving aids, as well as a new PEUGEOT i-Cockpit® with a new high-quality display unit and a new screen 10 inch high definition touch screen.
Production of the all-new BMW 7 Series at BMW Group Plant Dingolfing - Automated driving in the plant
The first series-produced vehicles of the new BMW 7 Series have today rolled off the production lines of BMW Group Plant Dingolfing. In fact, today was a double debut, with the new top-of-the-range BMW manufactured not only with highly efficient combustion engines but also as the fully electric BMW i7. With production under way, once sales organisations have been provided with the show and demonstration vehicles they need, the new BMW 7 Series will be available to customers worldwide in the autumn of this year. The BMW i7, especially, marks the next step in the BMW Group’s electromobility campaign for the luxury segment, which Dingolfing has come to symbolise.
It was another night for the Hethel history books as resurgent British sports car manufacturer Lotus gave a world debut to the all-new Emira. It was staged live in front of an on-site audience of VIP media and honoured guests, with tens of thousands more viewing the simultaneous online broadcast from all corners of the world. Matt Windle, Managing Director, Lotus Cars, told guests: “The Emira is an absolute game-changer for Lotus. It’s a hugely significant milestone in our path to becoming a truly global performance car brand. It’s a new sports car – our first in many years – and what an offering it is from Lotus!” The hour-long live-action unveiling was centred on the iconic Hethel test track and culminated in a high-octane lap of the north circuit by an Emira – officially the last petrol-powered car from Lotus. That lap drew to a close on the steering pad, directly in front of the audience as they witnessed the ‘unboxing’ of another Emira.