Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe/Cabriolet available by mid-year

  Mercedes-Benz introduced the revised its E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet versions that incorporate BlueDIRECT four-cylinder engines with updated technology and assistance systems at the start of the year. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet exterior Desirable amongst the mid- to upper-class, the E-Class Coupe and 4-seater Cabriolet (open-top) feature a refreshed exterior design and pertinent interior upgrades. The main highlights at the front comprises new single light lens over all functional elements such as, twin-headlight and anti-dazzle LED or the optional full LED. The E-Class Cabriolet’s V-shaped front bumpers with large air intakes and retractable side windows with a continuous shoulder line reinforce the car’s dynamic sentiment. At the same time, the Coupe’s long bonnet, elongated side line, flat roof line and upbeat rear-end pull it up another notch. At the rear, the Cabriolet version takes up a more defined rear wing, new rear lights and wide-effect rear bumper with “wing design” and chrome trims, with intentions to increase that overall dynamism outlook. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet interior Inside the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet, there are a host of refined materials that dominate alongside clean-cut surfaces and the two-part trim which stretches across the entire dashboard. Available in either wood or aluminium look, the interior is characterized by the redesigned center console without selector lever, as well as a three-spoke multifunction steering with DIRECT SELECT lever and shift... Read More

Lamborghini Veneno takes center stage at Geneva previously previewed the Lamborghini Veneno, a newest Raging Bull variant that’s limited to 3 units in the world. Following its presentation at the Geneva Motor show, Automobili Lamborghini has made it official that the 3-million plus Euros Lamborghini Veneno will be available only to very selective customers across the continents.

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BMW shows off i3 Concept and i8 Concept Spyder based on eDrive

  BMW presented their i3 Concept Coupe and i8 Concept Spyder at the Geneva Motor show which started yesterday. BMW i3 Concept and i8 Concept Spyder The two future BMW electric and plug-in hybrid variants share the common eDrive technology comprising the eDrive powertrain and intelligent powertrain management. The eDrive technology The eDrive powertrain consists of the electric motor and lithium ion battery. Further, the eDrive powertrain provides drivers with a realistic range estimate for their journeys before they even set out. The internet-enabled navigation system is based on a dynamic range display which takes into account all the relevant parameters for the planned route and is therefore able to provide precise, reliable range predictions. In addition to the battery charge level, driving style, use of electric convenience systems and choice of drive modes such as COMFORT, ECO PRO and ECO PRO+, the calculations also take into account route topography and the current traffic situation. In their quest to improve the acceptance of electric mobility, BMW has conducted relevant tests of over 20 million kilometers on the BMW ActiveE and MINI E cars with 1,000 drivers across 10 countries in Asia, Europe and the U.S.A. The results garnered were; distances covered by the electric cars showed very little difference from the distances covered by conventional cars, at somewhat over 40 kilometres (25 miles) a day on average; on average... Read More


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