ŠKODA presented the new, fourth-generation FABIA in a dynamic show at the virtually recreated DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague. Twenty-two years after the ŠKODA FABIA made its debut, the Czech car manufacturer is lining up the fourth generation of its popular small car. It is now based on Volkswagen Group’s modular MQB-A0 platform and is the most spacious car within its segment, boasting further improved comfort features and numerous advanced safety and assistance systems. Classic and appealing brand qualities, such as value for money, high levels of functionality, and a plethora of Simply Clever features, make the new FABIA a true ŠKODA.
Audi RS e-tron GT - thermal management and fast charging
The battery's inner truss, which holds the modules, the surrounding frame and the cover plates are made of lightweight aluminum. The battery system contributes strongly to the rigidity and crash safety of the body, to which it is connected via 28 bolts. Beneath its cell space is a composite of flat extruded profiles - they are flowed through by the coolant, which circulates in its own low-temperature circuit. The battery's comfort temperature is in the range between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius.
With the BMW Motorrad Definition CE 04, the BMW Group is presenting the near-series version of the BMW Motorrad Concept Link at #NEXTGen 2020. As a link between the analogue and digital worlds of the user, the BMW Motorrad Definition CE 04 is both a means of transport and a means of communication for the urban commuter. With its electric drive, trailblazing design and innovative connectivity solutions, it sets out to redefine the scooter segment.
The Kia EV6 GT will make its dynamic debut at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed (23-26 June). The all-electric high-performance crossover will be taking on the Festival’s famous hillclimb several times throughout the weekend, demonstrating its segment-defining performance in public for the very first time. The EV6 GT combines exhilarating performance, first-class long-distance travel capabilities, ultra-fast charging tech, and an impressive real-world driving range for effortless cross-country touring. It is also Kia’s most powerful production car to date. Based on Kia’s advanced Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), its all-electric dual-motor powertrain delivers 577 bhp (585 PS) and 740 Nm torque. Perfect for Goodwood’s famous hillclimb, these credentials enable the EV6 GT to accelerate from 0-to-62mph in just 3.5 seconds. It boasts a top speed of 162 mph (260 km/h). The car also features a GT button on the steering, activating its ‘GT' mode. This automatically optimises the vehicle’s e-motors, braking, steering, suspension, e-LSD and Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systems for their most dynamic settings for a more engaging drive. Drivers can also tailor the car’s ride, handling and performance characteristics to suit their individual preferences by selecting the 'My Drive’ mode.