Updates to a further seven models span the worlds of commuting, adventure and roadster Flagship ‘Neo Sports Café’ naked CB1000R gains new styling and technology CB1000R ‘Black Edition’ brings new attitude to Neo Sports Café range Neo Sports Café stablemate CB125R has increased power and torque from a new engine, while becoming the first 125cc motorcycle to feature Showa’s ‘Big Piston’ front forks Both the ‘two-wheeled SUV’ X-ADV and supremely versatile NC750X receive across-the-board updates to engine, chassis, styling and technology New connectivity available from Honda Smartphone Voice Control system on CB1000R, NC750X and X-ADV Changes to both step-through and sit-in scooter line-ups with the new SH350 and updated SH Mode and PCX125 All models EURO5 compliant
New Nissan Qashqai Unveil
All-new Nissan Qashqai breaks cover With over 3m units sold in Europe, Qashqai is still considered the segment reference by customers New Alliance CMF-C platform underpins Qashqai's technological upgrades Innovative e-POWER system brings electrification to the new Qashqai European-led design, development and production to emulate historic success For this new iteration, Nissan has retained the guiding principles that have driven the concept, design and development of the two previous generations of Qashqai: elegant design, enhanced packaging and efficient powertrain, combined with elevated quality and a driving experience from a higher segment. Thanks to the new Alliance CMF-C platform, a showcase of advanced engineering, innovation and advanced technology, the new Qashqai will again raise the bar in the crossover segment and customers will savour those attributes. Like its predecessors, the styling of the new Qashqai was led by the team at Nissan Design Europe, based in central London (UK), while its engineering was led by Nissan Technical Centre Europe, situated in Cranfield, Bedfordshire (UK).
The 2023 Carnival MPV is a carryover model with minor interior enhancements to the seat functionality and technology features. The Carnival competes in the Midsize MPV segment, but its combination of SUV styling, exceptional passenger/cargo volume, and practical convenience features also make it uniquely positioned to compete against three-row SUV/crossover models. The new SX will include a standard integrated panoramic 12.3-inch digital cluster and 12.3-inch center display, along with a Blind-Spot View Monitor. It also offers an optional dual screen rear seat entertainment system and streaming media capability. The new SX Prestige will include a standard 8-passenger Slide-Flex Seating with second-row center multi-function seat. Optional features include a dual screen rear seat entertainment system and streaming media capability and second-row VIP Lounge Seats to replace the second-row slide-flex seats.
As a House of Luxury, Rolls-Royce imbues its products with meaning. A Rolls-Royce serves as a canvas onto which clients reflect their personal tastes, express ambitions and often, define legacies. The Bespoke treatment of a Rolls-Royce elegantly reflects its status as ‘the best car in the world’ while stylishly expressing the personality of its commissioning client. Ever increasingly, clients appreciate and enjoy the marque’s Bespoke capabilities and Rolls-Royce is called upon, by its clients, to integrate itself into their lives in meaningful ways. The brand and its clients have become progressively closer and the designers, engineers and craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce, a Global Centre of Luxury Manufacturing Excellence, have developed a unique fluency in interpreting the lifestyles of these remarkable women and men. This evolution of mutual confidence has resulted in ever more ambitious commissions, reaching well beyond the scope of Bespoke competencies and capacity, into the rarefied realm of coachbuilding. To fulfil these extraordinary client commissions Rolls-Royce has reached a decision to return to one of the historical roots of the marque and to initiate a distinct department within the company, Rolls-Royce Coachbuild.