Inside the new HR-V, every design element is dedicated to achieving a sense of generous spaciousness and airiness that connects occupants to the outside world, with levels of comfort and practicality unrivalled in the sub-compact SUV segment. Contemporary fabrics and textured materials create a solid, premium feel, with the quality of soft-touch materials. The interior was designed with a focus on space and light to elevate the sense of airiness in the cabin. This airy feeling is amplified by a unique ‘Air Diffusion System’ where L-shaped vents are positioned in the top corners of the dashboard. This new system addresses a disparity in traditional vent configurations, where passengers often feel uncomfortable with air flowing directly onto them. The system subtly directs a stream of air along the front side windows to the roof, creating a vortex of air beside and above occupants. The effect of these new vents does not impact directly on passengers but creates a comfortable internal environment for all.
2021 Polestar 2 - Crash & Safety Tests
Polestar 2 receives a 5-star rating in the Euro NCAP safety test, making it one of the safest electric vehicles ever tested by the Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Program) association. Polestar 2 achieved excellent results in all test criteria. The hatchback sedan is also convincing in direct comparison with other premium electric cars outside its segment - although it should be noted that these vehicles were evaluated in previous years according to older, less stringent test protocols. Crash safety, in particular, was of course the top priority for the vehicle developed at the Volvo Safety Center in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The quality built into the All-new Renault Austral, which was revealed this March, goes far beyond the choice of materials and the state-of-the-art on-board technology. Each detail was scrutinised to push the envelope further than ever. Olivier, an expert in perceived quality, explains the work he carried out on one of the emblematic interior design features in the first SUV of Renault’s Nouvelle Vague: its sliding hand rest – and what makes sliding it so exciting.
The Range Rover Evoque will receive a whole series of innovations for the 2021 model year, especially in the engine compartment and in the field of connectivity. The whole thing is crowned by a new top model: the Range Rover Evoque Autobiography, which gives the character of the successful premium SUV of the compact class even more elegance and luxury. The innovations in the coming model year of the Evoque include new engines with plug-in and mild hybrid technology - a new 1.5 liter Ingenium three-cylinder petrol engine and two equally new 2.0 liter diesel units. Various new technologies continue to find their way into the Range Rover Evoque, such as the highly developed Pivi infotainment system or a new filter system for the interior air. The parade of novelties is rounded off with the chic special model Range Rover Evoque Nolita. The 2021 generation Range Rover Evoque can be ordered now and will be available from the beginning of 2021. The list of recommended retail prices (including 16% VAT) starts at 37,894 euros for the D150 FWD with manual transmission, the plug-in hybrid is available as an AWD with automatic transmission and the higher “S” equipment for 54,563 euros Leasing offer is available without a down payment from 382 euros per month with a 3-year term and annual mileage of a maximum of 10,000 km.