Citroën introduces the New 100% Electric ë-C4 X and C4 X, featuring a unique and elegant design approach for customers looking for an attractive alternative to affordable compact SUVs and compact offerings on the market. Following in the footsteps of the elegant new Citroën C5 X, the design of the New ë-C4 X and C4 X dares to challenge the traditional definitions of compact car bodies to offer users something unique: a mix of designs that It combines the sleek bodywork of a fastback with the modern attitude of an SUV and the timeless refinement and roominess of a 4-door. The New 100% electric ë-C4 X and C4 X also benefit from the new generation of Citroën's MyCitroën Drive Plus infotainment system, which offers a complete package of connectivity and connected services.
Audi e-tron GT quattro and Audi RS e-tron GT
Electric mobility is becoming dynamic and fascinating - Audi is proving this with the e-tron GT4. The four-door coupé reinterprets the classic Gran Turismo concept: its design is highly emotional, its technology thrilling. Two powerful electric motors ensure dynamic performance and a confident electric all-wheel drive. With its 84 kWh net energy content, the high-voltage battery enables ranges of up to 488 kilometers; with its 800-volt technology, it can be recharged extremely quickly. Whether chassis, lights, controls, networking or e-tron sports sound: the Audi e-tron GT quattro4 and the RS e-tron GT5 went on sale at the same time in mid-February 2021. Whether it's the chassis, lights, controls, networking or e-tron sports sound: both models demonstrate concentrated technical expertise - and Audi's great passion for the smallest details
The new Toyota GR Yaris is a pure performance car, born from Toyota's title-winning experience in the World Rally Championship. Forged from success in the heat of competition, it brings motorsport technology and design directly to the world of the road car, true to TOYOTA GAZOO Racing's ethos for making ever-better cars that are intrinsically rewarding and fun to drive. Positioned at the top of the all-new Yaris range, the GR Yaris is a unique model that benefits from the design and engineering skills of TOYOTA GAZOO Racing and Tommi Mäkinen Racing, Toyota's partner in the WRC. As well as serving as the official homologation model for development of the next Yaris WRC car, it also has all the attributes required for owners looking to compete successfully in local rally competitions. Scheduled for launch in the second half of 2020, it will follow the GR Supra as Toyota's second global GR model.
The coupe and convertible set off a fireworks display of technical refinements. The completely redesigned four-liter boxer engine, now 420 hp strong (309 kW; fuel consumption combined 10.9 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 249 g/km), adopts important components from the new 911, including its electronics. The selective cylinder control cuts out three of the six combustion chambers during constant cruising, thereby lowering consumption considerably. Particle filters help comply with current emissions standards. The Spyder in particular ups the ante notably with the chassis, which—like the GT4—is based on many lightweight aluminum components from the 911 GT3 and the Cup race car. Newly developed ultra-high-performance tires ensure even greater grip with special rubber mixtures. And the Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) and Porsche Stability Management (PSM) driving dynamics systems are precisely adapted to work in lockstep with the new features. And, as in all GT models from Porsche, they can be completely switched off as well. Optional ceramic brakes reduce the unsprung masses per wheel by up to 4.75 kilograms, or almost 50 percent.