The new EQE is the second vehicle based on the EVA2 premium-class electric architecture. Engineered from scratch for electric vehicles, it enables what Mercedes-Benz calls “purpose design” and delivers significant benefits in aerodynamics and efficiency. The sporty EQE brings the concept of the business saloon into the future. It has all the essential features of the EQS luxury liner in a more compact package. These include the MBUX Hyperscreen, which is the absolute highlight of the interior. This 56-inch curved screen sweeps across almost the entire width of the cabin, incorporating the instrument cluster, infotainment and passenger display in a seamless design. The section of the MBUX Hyperscreen dedicated to the front-seat passenger is a 12.3‑inch OLED display and control surface. It enables them to watch content such as video streaming or TV while the vehicle is in motion, making journeys more enjoyable and entertaining. The system uses an intelligent, camera-based blocking logic that is able to detect if the driver is looking at the passenger display. If so, the system automatically dims dynamic content. Mercedes-Benz anticipates introducing this feature this year for Mercedes-EQ vehicles sold in the U.S.
2021 Nissan Armada Tow Driving
All-new rugged exterior and premium interior offer combination of strength and luxury Standard technology features include largest-in-class 12.3-inch display, WiFi and wireless Apple CarPlay® Standard safety features – including Nissan Safety Shield® 360, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Blind Spot Intervention – allow peace of mind for the adventurous family Advanced 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine now rated at best-in-class standard 400 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque Standard best-in-class 8,500-pound maximum towing capacity, new available integrated Trailer Brake Controller and Trailer Sway Control New Midnight Edition package with black-out exterior and interior treatments
Pirelli presents for the first time tires capable of dialogue with the car. This is the Pirelli Cyber Tire system, which works thanks to a sensor located inside each tire that collects essential data for safe driving and transmits it directly to the vehicle's control unit software. The first model to incorporate this world novelty will be the McLaren Artura, a hybrid supercar equipped with a significant technological load for a more complete and safe driving. Cyber Tire technology provides a large amount of data for both the car and the person sitting behind the wheel: the 'tire passport (type of tire, summer or winter, ideal pressure, speed codes and load index) and all kind of information related to its running.
With its robust appearance and functional versatility, the new BMW X1 embodies an authentic experience of freedom and independence in day-to-day driving and on longer journeys. The interior’s progressive design and sophisticated ambience, and the much broader selection of standard equipment compared to the outgoing model, serve to underline its deeply embedded premium character. At launch in October 2022, there will initially be a choice of two petrol and two diesel engines. These will link up with a seven-speed Steptronic transmission with double clutch as standard, and their drive power will be channelled to the road via either the front wheels or the BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system, depending on the model. This starting quartet will immediately be followed by the all-electric BMW iX1 xDrive30 as well as by a pair of plug-in hybrid models and another two conventionally powered variants with 48V mild hybrid technology. The new BMW X1 will be built at BMW Group Plant Regensburg, where models with combustion engines, plug-in hybrid systems and all-electric drive will all roll off a single assembly line for the first time. The BMW iX1 will bring the experience of locally emission-free driving pleasure to a vehicle segment enjoying worldwide growth, making it accessible to a very wide target audience. The compact SAV powered by the latest BMW eDrive technology will therefore give a major boost to the accelerated ramp-up of electric mobility. The improvements in sustainability compared to the predecessor model can be partly attributed not just to the wide-ranging electrification measures, but also the increased use of green energy, both for production and in the supply chain, and the greater quantities of secondary raw materials and natural materials used.