The new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is now the most powerful variant in the completely revamped product line, combining a 420 kW (571 PS; Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid models: Fuel consumption combined 2.8 – 2.7 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined 63 – 62 g/km; electricity consumption combined 22.8 – 21.8 kWh/100 km (as of 10/2020)), four-litre biturbo V8 with a 100 kW (136 PS) electric motor. Its all-electric range has been increased by up to 30 per cent thanks to a new 17.9 kWh battery and optimised driving modes. This also applies to the new Panamera 4 E-Hybrid, where the electric motor is complemented as before by a 243 kW (330 PS; Panamera 4 E-Hybrid models: Fuel consumption combined 2.3 – 2.1 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined 51 – 47 g/km; electricity consumption combined 18.2 – 17.0 kWh/100 km (as of 10/2020)) 2.9-litre biturbo V6, resulting in a system power output of 340 kW (462 PS). The Panamera portfolio is rounded off by the 4S, which delivers 324 kW (440 PS; Panamera 4S models: Fuel consumption combined 9.2 – 8.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined 210 – 202 g/km (as of 10/2020)) and also benefits from all the optimised features of the latest model enhancement in terms of chassis, design, equipment and infotainment.
2021 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 392 Highlights
V8 with 6.4-liter displacement, 346 kW (470 hp) and 637 Newton-meters of torque Even better off-road capability with wider bank angles and wading depth of up to 825 millimeters Acceleration from zero to 96 kilometers per hour in 4.5 seconds, 40 percent faster than a Wrangler Rubicon with V6 engine. Wrangler Rubicon 392 marks the return of the V8 under the signature domed hood of the iconic Jeep original after nearly 40 years TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters on steering wheel - first time in a Wrangler Five-centimeter factory lift, optimized wheel guide geometry, High-performance brakes and FOX gas-pressure shocks for improved off-road capability and ruggedness 33-inch tires on 17-inch beadlock-ready wheels Active dual-mode exhaust sound and quad tailpipes Optimized engine cooling system with hood air intake and Hydro-Guide™ air intake system Offroad Plus drive mode allows rear axle lockup even at high speeds Unique bronze accents distinguish the Wrangler Rubicon 392
Clear the stage for the new Toyota bZ4X: The Japanese brand's first stand-alone battery-electric vehicle has now celebrated its world premiere. Based on a specially developed platform designed exclusively for electric drive. Under the abbreviation “bZ” (“beyond zero”), Toyota will in future be bringing a whole range of battery-electric vehicles onto the market. The Toyota bZ4X now makes the start. The design and technology largely correspond to the concept vehicle presented in spring. The series model also has a clear and powerful look that only e-cars can offer. The front section does without a large radiator grille. A long wheelbase also meets short overhangs. The result is a spacious cabin with five seats and generous loading capacity. Responsible for design freedom and space is the new, modular platform e-TNGA, specially designed for battery electric vehicles, which Toyota developed together with Subaru. The battery is mounted under the vehicle floor as part of the chassis, which goes hand in hand with a low center of gravity, excellent weight distribution between the front and rear axles and high body rigidity. With the optional all-wheel drive, which includes electric motors on each axle, the SUV offers exceptional stability and agility without sacrificing off-road capabilities. Toyota is also making use of its almost 25 years of experience in the electrification of vehicles and is striving for a world-leading role in this area in terms of quality, durability and reliability.
Audi has been consistently driving progress in lighting technology for more than 20 years. What used to serve exclusively for the safety now shapes the visual appearance of every Audi model with its combination of design and technology. And with the digitization of lighting technology, this perspective will change even further in the future: towards even more personalization and comprehensive external communication.