With the third generation of the Audi RS 3 Sportback and the second generation of the RS 3 Sedan, Audi is relaunching the sporty top-of-the-line pair in the compact segment. The award-winning five-cylinder engine now has more torque, making it even more powerful. In combination with the RS torque splitter installed for the first time in an Audi, the A3 series’ emotional flagship model offers performance and lateral dynamics on a whole new level. The market launch will take place at the end of October – at prices starting at 60,000 euros for the RS 3 Sportback and 62,000 euros for the RS 3 Sedan.
The new Nissan Qashqai - Intelligent LED headlights
Since its launch in 2014, the current Qashqai has featured LED headlights in the higher trim levels; in the top version, they follow the driver's steering angle and illuminate the road with unprecedented clarity thanks to their powerful projectors. An advanced lighting system has been developed for the new generation model that automatically adapts to road conditions and other road users. The headlamp units consist of twelve individual elements that can be deactivated separately when an oncoming vehicle is detected. As a result, the headlights continuously provide a brighter, wider and wider field of light, but can influence the shape of the light beam so that oncoming road users are not dazzled.
Porsche stands for sportiness. The models manufactured in Zuffenhausen embody dynamism and emotion. By the time the 911 was released around six decades ago, the brand had already gained a reputation all over the world as a manufacturer of dynamic, technically advanced, unmistakably unique vehicles – there's nothing quite like a Porsche. However, the company’s product range is far from monotonous. Within the portfolio, engineers and designers have developed a wide array of models. There's a Porsche for virtually every situation. If you want a car that is packed with excitement, three letters are what you need: GTS models are especially dynamic and agile derivatives that still manage to impress in everyday use. They offer a perfect balance of performance and everyday practicality, representing the sporty sweet spot of every series.
Elegantly sporty with intuitive controls and innovative technologies – this is the new Opel Grandland. With the fully digital Pure Panel, the new model offers the driver a completely different cockpit experience. The Opel SUV flagship also features additional technologies and assistance systems that until now customers only find in higher class vehicles. Especially the adaptive IntelliLux LED® Pixel Light with a total of 168 LED elements. The technology from Opel’s flagship limousine, the Insignia, is making its debut in the German brand’s top SUV and sets new standards in the Grandland’s market sector. The same goes for Night Vision, which is celebrating its premiere at Opel. The system detects pedestrians and animals in darkness at a distance of up to 100 metres and warns the driver. The semi-adaptive Highway Integration Assist keeps the Grandland in the middle of its lane and maintains the distance to the vehicle in front. Produced in Germany, the new Grandland also features the Opel Vizor, the brand’s new face.