Citroën has unveiled its new flagship, C5 X, which breathes new life into the large car segment with an original design that combines a saloon and an station wagon, an innovative proposition in the purest tradition of great Citroën cars. This new model, available in both petrol and plug-in hybrid versions, expresses modernity, status and innovation, all of which are high expectations for customers in the large car as well as SUV segments. C5 X breaks new ground with the World Première introduction of Citroën Advanced Comfort® active suspension, which further enhances the impression of travelling on a magic carpet, a sensation closely linked to the history of Citroën. It is a real invitation to travel, with its lounge-like interior space offering the recognised comfort of Advanced Comfort seats and unparalleled roominess, particularly in row 2. The boot, with a 545-litre capacity and meticulous workmanship, is ideally suited to the needs of station wagon customers. The plug-in hybrid version, with ë-Comfort combined with driving in electric mode on a daily basis, enhances the feeling of serenity on board.
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
The new KAROQ is characterised by ŠKODA’s updated emotive design language featuring crystalline elements. New design details include the wider, now hexagonal ŠKODA grille, restyled front and rear aprons, as well as slimmer and sharper LED headlights and tail lights. The daytime running lights are now split in two, and for the first time, the KAROQ can be equipped with full-LED Matrix headlights as an option. Aerodynamics have been improved by more than 9%, meaning that the SUV now boasts a drag coefficient (cd) of 0.30 and correspondingly lower CO2 emissions. This has been made possible, for example, by new alloy wheels with Aero inserts, a longer rear spoiler, side finlets on the rear window and the now covered underbody. An increased range of state-of-the-art assistance and safety systems ensures even higher levels of active and passive safety.
Race-inspired exterior: New front bodywork influenced by SV’s significant motorsport experience reduces lift by 35 per cent, lowers drag and amplifies F-PACE’s assertive stance Luxurious sports interior: All-new crafted interior features selection of exclusive performance-focused materials for a luxurious and sporting cabin environment