The all-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer mark the rebirth of a premium American icon, with legendary capability courtesy of three available 4x4 systems, exceptional driving dynamics, powerful performance, including best-in-class towing capability of up to 10,000 lbs., advanced technology, safety and a new level of comfort for up to eight passengers – all wrapped in a sophisticated and authentic new design culminating in an undeniable presence. As a premium extension of the Jeep brand, Wagoneer launches with a portfolio of vehicles that includes two models: the all-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. While the Jeep brand broadly covers the North American mainstream SUV market from the compact to full-size segments, Wagoneer will significantly expand into the Large SUV segment while Grand Wagoneer competes in the premium segment. Wagoneer, designed and engineered to compete in the heart of the Large SUV segment, appeals to the classic, ever-growing American family and the couple that has it all. Creating an adventure with the ability to seat up to eight passengers and carry everything that comes with them is what the Wagoneer experience is all about. A best-in-class towing capability of up to 10,000 lbs. allows for almost any toy to be towed while occupants sit comfortably inside enjoying gracefully integrated advanced technology and connectivity.
Low depreciation as a used car - Fiat 500 Hybrid is "residual value giant"
The Fiat 500 Hybrid is one of the most value-stable vehicles on the German market. This is the conclusion of the latest forecast by market research company bähr & fess forecasts. This analysis expects a current new Fiat 500 Hybrid to have a residual value of 53 percent in four years, regardless of its already favorable purchase price and low operating costs. This makes the Fiat 500 with environmentally friendly mild hybrid drive the "residual value giant 2025" in the A segment, which bähr & fess forecasts calls "subcompact cars." The Fiat 500 Hybrid, which is offered as a sedan and as a convertible with an electrically operated soft top, combines a three-cylinder naturally aspirated gasoline engine with a belt-driven starter-generator (RSG). This is connected to the crankshaft via a belt system and, depending on the situation, either supports the gasoline engine or operates as a power generator. When braking or rolling with a gear engaged, the RSG generates electrical energy through recuperation, which is stored in the 12-volt on-board battery and an additional lithium-ion battery (12 volts, 11 Ah). When starting from a standstill and accelerating, the generator assists the gasoline engine. The mild hybrid technology thus reduces fuel consumption and emissions. The standard consumption of the 51 kW (70 hp) Fiat 500 Hybrid is just 4.1 liters per 100 kilometers, corresponding to CO2 emissions of just 93 grams per kilometer.
The new BMW 4 Series Coupé is ready for launch. The latest generation of the sporty two-door model for the premium midsize segment underscores its distinctive character profile with both a vehicle concept focused squarely on delivering dynamic driving pleasure and the clear differentiation of the coupé from the new BMW 3 Series. This is the next chapter in a coupé tradition shaped by numerous legendary BMW models. Market launch from October 2020.
Standard Rear Occupant Alert (door logic based) is newly added. For added convenience, 8-inch display equipped vehicles now come with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard (previously wired only). Smart Key equipped vehicles now feature the new Remote Engine Start. Navigation equipped vehicles receive MapCare program with 10 years of complimentary map updates. Niro also expands its DriveWise Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)3 to feature Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control and Curve (NSCC-C) on vehicles with Navigation and Smart Cruise Control.