With the Ariya, Nissan opens a new chapter in the development of electric vehicles. The all-electric crossover model, consistently designed for ergonomics and comfort, shows the potential of electric vehicles and thus provides impressive inspiration for emission-free driving. The Ariya benefits from Nissan's leadership in the field of electrification and in the crossover segment. The all-electric platform of the Ariya combines excellent power delivery, charging options and range with a harmonious balance of driving comfort and agility. Three drive versions (Ariya 2WD 63 kWh, Ariya 2WD 87 kWh and Ariya e-4ORCE AWD 87 kWh) and a range of up to 530 kilometers meet a wide range of customer needs.
Grüezi eCanter! FUSO e-truck now also in city operation in Switzerland
Gruezi eCanter! FUSO eTruck now running on Swiss city streets
The new Opel Combo-e Cargo can now be ordered in Germany at an entry-level price of an attractive 29,700 euros (all prices in Germany excluding VAT). With the environmental bonus, only 20,700 euros are due up to 4.4 cubic meters and can shoulder a payload of up to 800 kilograms. As a double cab, the Combo-e provides space for the driver and up to four other passengers. The compact electric all-rounder with its 50 kWh lithium-ion Depending on the driving profile, outside temperature and use, the battery has a range of up to 275 kilometers in accordance with WLTP2. And if he needs to refuel, the battery can be recharged up to 80 percent in around 30 minutes at a public fast charging station. The new Combo-e Cargo is the ideal choice for everyone who, like Opel, wants to advance “Greenovation”. It is the emission-free solution for trade and craft, for the self-employed as well as for small or larger fleets. With the fully electric Stromer, customers can drive into inner city areas that will be reserved for zero-emission vehicles in the future.
Bentley has celebrated four decades of handcrafting turbocharged grand tourers with a ten-car parade at the Goodwood Festival of Speed today. 40 years ago, at the Geneva Motor Show, the company revealed its first-ever turbocharged production model - the Mulsanne Turbo. This four-door sedan marked a turning point in the company’s fortunes, redefining its performance credentials and inspiring press headlines such as ‘Return of the Blower Bentley.’ In the forty years since the first turbocharged Bentley, the immense reserves of power and effortless torque that characterise Bentley engines have become inseparably associated with turbocharging. Today’s W12, V8 and V6 engines all benefit from turbocharging to deliver astonishing levels of performance and efficiency. Bentley Motors will be showing seven turbocharged Bentley models from its Heritage Collection at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, alongside key models from the current range including the 659 PS (650 bhp) Continental GT Mulliner and three of the latest ‘S’ models featuring the 542 bhp (550 PS) 4.0-litre V8.