The SEAT Ibiza is the brand’s best-selling vehicle and has paved the way for SEAT’s enormous success as it works towards growing its position as a global company, delivering vehicles to markets across the world. Since its introduction in 1984 the SEAT Ibiza has sold nearly six million units across all generations, and the latest generation is set to continue the huge success of the urban car. The new SEAT Ibiza combines a refreshed exterior design that enhances its look by incorporating features such as 100% LED headlamps technology as standard and a range of new alloy wheels designs. Smaller, more subtle additions such as the model’s name finished in handwritten lettering and a two-tone chrome finished SEAT logo add to the delicate improvements. Inside a revolution has happened. A completely new soft dashboard that houses a larger, floating central infotainment system signifies the shift to a digital approach, putting the SEAT Ibiza more in-sync with the world around it. Control is more tangible thanks to the new ergonomically designed multifunction Nappa steering wheel, while the quality of the fit and finish is now even more apparent, highlighted most obviously by the integration of the newly designed air vents, illuminated using the latest lighting technology.
The Nissan Qashqai - The pioneer among crossover models
When the Nissan Qashqai was introduced in 2007, there was nothing like it on the road. It offered a slightly elevated seating position and therefore a better view of the road, despite taking up the same space as a conventional C-segment model. Its gasoline and diesel engines were economical and efficient, and for those who needed a little more grip for challenging conditions, there was also an all-wheel drive version. In short, it combined the compact dimensions of a hatchback with some of the ruggedness and better visibility of a conventional all-wheel-drive model - without sacrificing size, weight or efficiency. The first Qashqai thus combined the best of both worlds, appealing to customers for whom buying an SUV would not have been an option until then. It was not easy to predict sales figures for a vehicle that neither replaced an existing model nor had direct competitors. Internally, the assumption for Europe was around 100,000 units per year. But these estimates had nothing to do with reality. After just a few months, an additional shift was set up at Nissan's Sunderland plant in the UK to meet demand. Sales continued to rise year after year - and the model range became even more attractive with the Qashqai+2, which was launched in 2008 with a longer wheelbase and folding third row of seats.
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.
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