With an assertive new exterior, beautifully crafted all-new interior, latest generation Pivi Pro infotainment and the choice of in-line four and six-cylinder engines including PHEV and MHEV technology, the new Jaguar F-PACE is more luxurious, connected and efficient. The four-cylinder, 404PS PHEV has an all-electric range of up to 33 miles. The new exterior design gives the award-winning F-PACE performance SUV a cleaner, more assured presence, featuring a new sculpted bonnet with a wider power bulge and smoother, more precisely defined surfaces. The new bonnet also contributes to a more striking finish by reducing the number of shutlines on the front of the car. An enlarged grille features Jaguar’s heritage logo-inspired ‘diamond’ detailing, while the side fender vents now feature the iconic Leaper emblem, demonstrating the exceptional attention to detail found right across the vehicle. A new front bumper with redesigned air intakes and dark mesh details visually widen the new F-PACE for a more assured dynamic presence.
Opel Mokka-e - a high-flying SUV from Rüsselsheim
The new Opel Mokka-e is well received. Apparently so well that not everyone who wants to buy one can actually get one. In our video we show the most important information about the new E-Mokka from Rüsselsheim. Of course, the new Opel Mokka is not only fully electric. Opel offers both diesel and gasoline engines with up to 130 hp as drive alternatives. A few more facts about the Mokka-e: With 136 hp, it has the most powerful and probably also the fastest engine. However, it can only reach a maximum speed of 150 kilometers per hour. Its colleagues with combustion engines are faster. Opel states an electric range of over 300 km, which will probably be less in real-world driving. After all, Opel promises that it will be 80% full again in 30 minutes at a fast charging station. But that also means taking a break of at least 30 minutes every 300 km. Speaks rather against long-distance journeys. What else it can do is shown in the video
The All-new Mégane E-TECH Electric paves the way to carbon-free mobility: zero-emissions when on the road, designed using recycled, second life for its batteries, and readily recyclable at the end of its life cycle. This vehicle of Renault’s ‘Nouvelle Vague’ embodies the very challenges of modern times. As innovative as it is eco-friendly, the All-new Mégane E-TECH Electric reflects the Renault’s commitment to be an active part of the ecological transition and helps Renault Group achieve its 2040 target of being carbon neutral in Europe. Quentin, Environmental Officer at Material Engineering, tells the story of the ‘green’ car he helped create.
The new model line’s assistance systems perfect ease of driving and safety. Included as standard in the ID. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo is the ‘Car2X’ local warning system, which utilises signals from other vehicles and the transport infrastructure to spot hazards in real time. Also included as standard: the ‘Front Assist’ emergency braking function and, in the MPV, the ‘Lane Assist’ lane-keeping assistant. With new software, new assistance functions are also making their way into the ID. family. Available as an option is ‘Travel Assist with swarm data’, which facilitates partially automated driving across the entire speed range and, for the first time, assisted lane-changing on the motorway. Also new: the ‘Memory Function’ for automated parking on a previously saved route.