The XC60 is Volvo’s 5-door, 5-seat mid-size SUV. It is built on the Scalable Product Architecture (SPA), Volvo’s advanced modular product platform that underpins all Volvo cars in the 90 and 60 Series. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the second generation XC60 has quickly become the best-selling model in Volvo Cars’ range. The original XC60 sold almost one million units globally and was the best-selling mid-sized premium SUV in Europe. The XC60 carries the proud and confident face of Volvo’s design language, along with classic Volvo styling cues. Key features include the iconic “Thor’s Hammer” LED headlight design. The company’s designers have made a number of subtle refinements to the exterior design, including a new grille, new front bumpers, and new exterior colour and wheel options. Inside, Volvo has taken cues from the clean, Scandinavian interior design first introduced in the 90 Series cars, raising the bar in the segment with natural materials and new details on driver display, user interface the dashboard and instrument panel. New interior materials, including luxurious leather-free options as well as the availability of the City Weave textile upholstery, offer further possibilities for personalisation.
2021 Kia Sorento - UVO connect
Kia has started production of its new Sorento Hybrid, representing the first application of electrified power in Kia’s global flagship SUV. Built to Kia’s exacting production standards, the new fourth-generation Sorento is manufactured at Kia’s Hwasung production facility in Korea, with Hybrid, gasoline and diesel variants of the SUV assembled on the same production line. The first Hybrid models to roll off the production line are destined for the European market, and the car will also soon enter production for North America at Kia’s West Point, Georgia, USA production plant. The outgoing third-generation Sorento, built on the same production lines, has won several quality accolades throughout its lifecycle. The new model will benefit from the same high production standards and quality controls. The Sorento has been a mainstay of Kia’s global line-up for almost two decades – more than three million Sorento models have been sold worldwide since it was launched in 2002. European sales of the fourth-generation Sorento are due to commence in the third quarter of 2020; the car will be available to order in most of Kia’s global markets by the end of the year. Towards the end of 2020, the new Sorento will also be available in certain markets for the first time as a Plug-in Hybrid, with production due to start at Hwasung later in the year.
The all-new Toyota Yaris has been designed to meet the increasing challenges of everyday urban life. Today's compact car customers are amongst Europe's most demanding and they typically undertake their busy lives in congested urban environments that present them with ever-increasing challenges. They expect their car to deliver style and practicality. They want it to be easy to park, agile in the city and comfortable on longer journeys. They expect leading levels of safety and the lowest possible running costs. In addition they are more environmentally aware than ever before and seek relevant solutions that fit their daily schedule and surroundings. And, of course, they also prefer these attributes to be delivered at an affordable price. To respond to these ever-increasing demands, the new Yaris brings Toyota's New Global Architecture (TNGA) philosophy to the compact car segment for the first time. For the new Toyota Yaris, this is delivered through the first use of the new GA-B platform, and the first use of the new TNGA 3-cylinder, 4th generation hybrid system. This approach is complemented by advances in active and passive systems to create the world's safest compact car.
Suzuki GSX-S1000GT M2 features and benefits - Aerodynamics for greater performance and wind protection
The Hamamatsu manufacturer unveils the GSX-S1000GT, a Gran Turismo that expands the Suzuki range and the GSX-S family by combining exhilarating sports performance with the skills of a great traveler, even when used with a full load and with the passenger. The modern and sharp line of the bike, refined in the wind tunnel, expresses a decisive temperament and guarantees excellent protection from the air, as well as irreproachable stability at any pace. The upright driving position ensures excellent ride comfort even in long-range touring and allows perfect control, when maneuvering from a standstill as well as when cornering. The GSX-S1000GT takes advantage of the experiences gained with MotoGP and with the iconic GSX-R and is projected into a new digital era, thanks to a 6.5-inch color TFT LCD display that can be connected to the smartphone. . The free SUZUKI mySPIN app allows easy access to contacts, maps, music, telephone functions and the calendar even while driving. The GT is sold in three colors of your choice at 15,890 Euros (F.C. price including VAT) with a set of travel bags in the same color and is covered by a four-year warranty. The first deliveries are scheduled for November.