Opel has chosen the brand’s most popular model to finally bring electric mobility out of its niche-existence. The Opel Corsa is an absolute bestseller. More than 13.6 million units have been produced since the world premiere in 1982. The Corsa has made millions of people mobile; now it is offering them access to emission-free driving. Technologies and assistance systems that are more often found in higher market segments make their debut in the Corsa-e. The top features include the adaptive, glare-free IntelliLux LED® matrix light that Opel offers for the first time in the small car segment – for only €700 starting with “First Edition”1. The eight LED elements, controlled by a newest-generation high-resolution front camera, continuously adapt the light beam to the prevailing traffic situation and the surroundings. Advanced driver assistance systems provide tangible additional safety. Thanks to the new front camera traffic sign recognition now detects additional information, such as LED signs. The speed limits saved in the system are also shown in the display. Radar supported adaptive speed control and sensor-based flank-guard also celebrate their premiere in the new Corsa. Side blind-spot assist and a variety of parking assistants are also available.
Jeep® Gladiator Overland coming soon
Return of the Jeep® brand to the pickup segment after 28 years Three trim levels Sport, Overland and 80th Anniversary Exclusive Launch Edition model priced at 75. 500 euros (manufacturer's UPE ex-works) 100 percent pickup: the Gladiator expands the capabilities of the iconic Wrangler with the combination of a double cab and 153-centimeter-long cargo bed 100 percent Jeep: legendary capabilities with Selec-Trac 4x4 system, third-generation Dana 44 axles and off-road tires 3. 0 V6 MultiJet engine with Euro 6D emissions standard Final safety and infotainment technologies including front and rearview cameras, premium Alpine audio system with portable wireless speaker, Uconnect™ system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Blind Spot Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Detection, Collision Warning with Automatic Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control, among others. Wide selection of Jeep Authentic Accessories from Mopar® to customize your Jeep pickup.
The Porsche GT Team finished round two of this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) third and fourth in the GTE-Pro class. At the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve, works drivers Kévin Estre from France and Neel Jani from Switzerland as well as Denmark’s Michael Christensen drove from pole position to the podium. At the flag, the No. 92 ca. 515 PS Porsche 911 RSR was only 20 seconds off clinching second place. Works drivers Richard Lietz from Austria, Gianmaria Bruni from Italy and Frédéric Makowiecki from France secured fourth place after 278 laps on the 4.684-kilometre Grand Prix circuit on the Algarve coast in Portugal. In the GTE-Am class, the customer squad Project 1 scored second place with drivers Egidio Perfetti (Norway), Riccardo Pera and Matteo Cairoli (both Italy).
Restyled headlights with darker buckets, and there are metallic details flanking the bulbs Rear LED combination lights have more technological appeal than previous. Entry-level EX trim adds a new 8-inch screen Premium EX trim now includes a 10.25-inch screen.