SEAT is refreshing its successful Ateca with the introduction of the 2020 version. The revamped vehicle will build on its compact SUV attributes, adding a refreshed and more emotional appearance both inside and outside, a fully connected user experience, improved levels of safety and comfort and increased efficiency. When it was first launched, the SEAT Ateca brought a new dimension to the compact SUV market; it was the perfect match for urban life, offering a spacious, practical and versatile SUV with a unique style. And its clear character, emotional design and dynamic personality has been added into the new version.
The Audi e-tron GT - drive and recuperation
Electric all-wheel drive with one permanently excited synchronous machine (PSM) each on the front and rear axles; two-speed transmission on the rear axle Total power and torque on the Audi e-tron GT quattro 350 kW (476 hp) and 630 Nm (640 Nm in Launch Control Boost), on the RS e-tron GT 440 kW (598 hp) and 830 Nm; for a maximum of 2.5 seconds 390 kW (530 hp) or 475 kW (646 hp) boost power through Launch Control 0 - 100 km/h in 4.1 or 3.3 seconds (RS model) Top speed 245 km/h on the e-tron GT quattro and 250 km/h on the RS model Intelligent control of sailing and recuperation, brake recuperation up to 265 kW
Second season of the documentary series by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) shows the background to the evolution of mobility. The vehicles of the future, the development of which is already in full swing, can be configured even more individually to customer requirements and bring significant advances in technology and efficiency. In the first episode of the second season of "FCA What’s Behind", the focus of every automobile is on the heart - the engine.
Daimler Trucks' first all-electric truck in small series production, is now conquering another European truck market. The delivery of three FUSO eCanter trucks to Camion Transport AG marks the beginning of a new chapter of ecological logistics in Switzerland. “I must say that being the first company in Switzerland to operate this pioneering vehicle makes us rather proud,” says Managing Director Josef Jäger. The vehicles will operate in the city centres of Basel, Lucerne and Geneva, and handle the locally emission-free distribution of retail goods. Urbanisation is a significant global trend. At the same time, the need for goods is growing steadily, particularly in dense city centres. Accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, e-commerce business has exploded worldwide. “These products have to reach the people,” says Josef Jäger, Managing Director of Camion Transport AG. “That needs to happen fast, but it needs to be ecological, clean and quiet,” he explains, and he adds, “Our experience with the FUSO EcoHybrid has been very good and we are pleased that with the eCanter we are coming a step closer to our vision of sustainable city logistics. We want to deliver completely emission-free to urban centres by 2025.”