Following the successful launch of the ŠKODA ENYAQ iV, ŠKODA AUTO adds an even more emotional body variant to its first range of fully electric SUVs: the four-door ŠKODA ENYAQ COUPÉ iV is characterized by a stylish, sloping rear. Its coefficient of aerodynamic drag (cd) of 0.247 is even lower than that of the already formidable ENYAQ iV, which makes the ENYAQ COUPÉ iV, when equipped with the largest battery, more efficient and allows you to travel more than 535 km in the WLTP cycle. You can choose between two battery sizes and three power variants with rear or all-wheel drive. As with the ENYAQ iV, the classic interior trim levels have been replaced by Design Selections. In typical ŠKODA style, the ENYAQ COUPÉ iV features a generously sized interior and a 570 l boot.
The new Hyundai TUCSON N Line - driving comfort and agility at the highest level
The new TUCSON N Line was developed and tested in Europe. As for the normal TUCSON, an optional adaptive suspension system can be ordered for the N Line. This system offers additional flexibility on the road with the aid of adaptive damping (Electronic Controlled Suspension, ECS). Thanks to ECS, Hyundai engineers have achieved a highly versatile ride that can adapt to the driving situation and the driver's preferences. ECS automatically and continuously controls the spring/damper tuning to achieve both ride comfort and agility at the highest level. To do this, the electronics permanently take into account various parameters: Speed, road surface, cornering, braking requirements and acceleration. By being able to regulate the damper force at each individual wheel, ECS noticeably reduces roll, pitch, and vertical body movement - improving comfort and making the vehicle safer and easier to handle in sporty driving.
After setting the fastest qualifying time, André Lotterer (Germany) was on the verge of taking the third podium of the season for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team at the London E-Prix. At the wheel of his Porsche 99X Electric, he took fourth place out of 24 participants on the ExCeL circuit in historic East London Docklands. This race marked the debut of Porsche in the British metropolis. The 2.25km course over the Thames is the most spectacular on the Formula E calendar, as part of it runs through an exhibition center, posing very special challenges for drivers and teams. In the second Porsche 99X Electric, Pascal Wehrlein (Germany) also finished in the points, with a tenth place.
In recent years, the Toyota brand, thanks to its futuristic vision, has conquered a significant position in the A segment in Europe. ED, Toyota's European design studio based on the French Côte d'Azur not far from Nice, was commissioned to revisit the citycar concept from a whole new perspective. The aim is to redefine the meaning of segment A for European customers in order to fully satisfy their needs and desires, demonstrating that the cars traditionally identified as "utilitarian" can be distinctive and characterized by a unique design.