The design of the ID.4 GTX underscores its extraordinary character, combining driving fun with a robust look. The familiar light strip has been combined with powerful, dynamic elements – in particular, the three honeycomb elements that form the daytime running lights. They convey the vehicle’s sporty character even when it is stationary and, at the same time, establish a connection to the Golf GTI. Alongside the newly designed bumpers, the eye-catching elements at the rear include the 3D LED tail light cluster with brake lights that form an X.
The new Nissan Qashqai 2021 - elegance and dynamism in design
As with the first two generations, the design for the new Nissan Qashqai was created in Nissan's European design studio in London. Visually, the new model remains an unmistakable Qashqai - and yet looks sharper, more modern, more well-trained. Striking shoulder lines, the longer wheelbase and impressive 20-inch alloy wheels, available for the first time in this model series, give it more presence on the road. The wheelbase has grown by 20 mm compared with the predecessor, and the Qashqai has gained 35 mm in length. The width has increased by 32 mm and the height by a slight 25 mm. The front end is characterized by an enlarged Nissan V-Motion radiator grille with a chrome finish and an additional strip in satin chrome. Flanking the grille are narrow full LED matrix headlamps with boomerang daytime running lights. The narrow spacing between these details gives the front end a high-quality and precise appearance. In side view, the new Qashqai now looks even more athletic and dynamic. A single "fast line" stretches from the front to the rear, providing not only horizontal stability but also a dash of dynamism. While the predecessor stood on maximum 19-inch wheels, the new-generation Qashqai is available for the first time with 20-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels. These fully fill the wheel arches and contribute to the robust appearance. The diverse color program offers customers many options for personalization. A total of 16 variants are available: eleven body colors and five two-tone options.
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has presented an operational management system that will serve as the basis for the provision of different services through its e-Palette battery-electric autonomous vehicle, with Autono-MaaS applications —Autonomous Mobility As A Service—. This new e-Palette application will make possible the mobility services of the future and, thanks to the collaboration with several partners, will allow the deployment of different units of the e-Palette in Woven City, the prototype of Toyota's city of the future, fully connected and sustainable , with a view to its commercial use in multiple areas and regions in the coming years. Proclaiming his purpose to transform Toyota into a mobility company, at CES in Las Vegas in January 2018, TMC President and CEO Akio Toyoda announced the e-Palette as a symbol of mobility that goes beyond conventional vehicles, to offer customers services and added value.
Designed from the ground-up to change perceptions of what an electric car could and should be, the all-new Mustang Mach-E is the perfect vehicle to take a starring role. Not only does each episode highlight one of the key capabilities or technologies of Mustang Mach-E, the series, like the vehicle, also challenges common misconceptions about electric vehicles around range and performance. The Mustang Mach-E wears the famous Mustang badge with pride and is the first-ever electrified vehicle to carry the name as well as the attitude. With the first vehicles arriving in Europe imminently, these videos signify the launch of Ford’s campaign to amp up excitement in the region as the electric ponies start to make their mark.