Experience all-electric performance with the Toyota bZ4X. The SUV is particularly responsive and offers you dynamics right from the start, just as you would want from a vehicle. For a truly seamless driving experience, the Toyota bZ4X also offers the option of "single pedal drive" with enhanced brake energy regeneration, where you can accelerate and decelerate using only the accelerator pedal. You have the choice between front-wheel drive (150 kW) and all-wheel drive (160 kW). The all-wheel drive variant has two 80 kW electric motors on the front and rear axles, which distribute their power and thus improve the performance and safety of the bZ4X. For perfect traction, various driving modes can also be selected via the X-Mode all-wheel management. With its all-wheel drive capabilities, it masters any terrain.
2021 Mazda CX-5 - The Design
Since the launch of the second-generation model in 2017, Mazda has continued to improve its successful crossover model. For the 2021 model year, the Japanese manufacturer has further improved the CX-5, particularly in terms of comfort and connectivity. The central display on the dashboard grows to 10.25 inches in size in 8:3 format and features a particularly clear design and easy readability (standard from Exclusive-Line). The expanded scope of the MyMazda app gives customers access to a host of new functions. DAB+ and an alarm system with interior monitoring are now on board as standard. The four-line equipment program is expanded by the noble Homura special model. It is based on the top Sports Line version and features exclusive design details and a particularly stylish interior with "Grand Luxe" upholstery with red stitching.
Polestar Precept, the concept car that Polestar revealed in 2020, is under full-scale development and on its journey to reality in the coming years. Created to showcase Polestar’s ambitions in terms of design, sustainability and technology