New Skoda Vision E 2019 surprised the guests of the exhibition

author Real Estate Siam International   8 мес. назад

0 Like   1 Dislike

Skoda Vision E prototype

A-ha! I knew there was a car under that cloth. But the car doesn't look like those on the road today. I think that time vortex is playing tricks on me again, except this time I'm being flung into the future. As an interesting fact , the lit-up glass parts are actually made from real Bohemian crystal. #Skoda #SkodaVisionE #Prototype

Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept (2018) Exterior and Interior

2018 Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept car seen from outside and inside. The car was shown at Geneva International Motor Show 2018 (Geneva Motor Show [GIMS] 2018). World premiere.

12 Amazing Concept SUV in the World

12 Amazing Concept SUV in the World Top Concept SUV and Crossover -------------------------------------- Look also: ---------------- Top Best Crossover SUV 2018 -------------------------------------- Top 6 Fastest SUV 2018 -------------------------------------- Top Best and Luxury Sedan Cars 2018 -------------------------------------- Music : ----------- Youtube No Copyright Free Music NCM Epic Copyright Free Music -------------------------------------- Subscribe for more Videos ! --------------------------------------

2019 Land Rover Discovery - FULL REVIEW!!

The Top Gear car review:Land Rover Discovery £45,810 – £68,590 2018 Land Rover Discovery Review Likes Incredible capability Strong engines Impressive 8-speed automatics Spacious interior Dislikes Contemporary shape on a classic name Tangled options that add up Lagging infotainment system No Apple CarPlay/Android Auto support The 2018 Land Rover Discovery is a spacious three-row crossover with more capability than anything that doesn’t ride on tank tracks. The 2018 Land Rover Discovery is a full-size luxury SUV that's an old name on new ideas. It's better at cheating the wind and carrying families. It carries over essentially unchanged from last year’s new model, and earns an impressive 7.4 overall. Fuel economy is always going to hold back a 5,000-pound SUV, but it excels in comfort and performance. The Discovery’s profile will be foreign to people familiar with the nameplate. Land Rover ditched the brick-in-the-wind shape of earlier generations for a smoother shape that cuts a cleaner hole through the air. It reads nearly bulbous in photos, but in person, nose-to-nose, the Disco is still as big as it’s ever been. We bemoan the lost “alpine” windows and tail-mounted spares of yesteryear, but will willingly trade both for this vehicle's impressive off-road prowess. One historical note: The Discovery name disappeared here in the U.S. after the 2004 model year, when it was replaced by the LR3 and subsequently the LR4. But those two boxy 'utes were badged as Discoverys elsewhere, so the name only took a vacation from us. Under the hoods of most new Discovery models will be a capable and powerful 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 that asks for premium unleaded. It smoothly delivers 340 horsepower, which is enough for highway passing, but requires more attention and a little heavier feet off-road than we were expecting. An optional turbodiesel V-6 solves that dilemma for us. It’s prolific 443 pound-feet of pull comes on song much earlier in the rev range, and it returns marginally better fuel economy. It’s $2,000 dearer than the gas engine, but we’d recommend most buyers consider the oil-burner: it’s quieter, stronger, and smarter. Like anything with a Land Rover badge, the new Discovery comes at a premium. Base models start at around $51,000, but HSE Luxury-trimmed Discovery SUVs can summit $80,000 almost as easily as they can ascend the nearest mountain. Set course for the grocery store via Mount Denali. The Discovery almost demands it. Performance There are no bad picks for powertrain in the Land Rover Discovery, but for our money, the diesel and air suspension setup unlock a world of terrain to explore. The Land Rover Discovery has refined its on-road behavior in ways that belie the SUV’s prowess off road. The standard gas V-6 and optional turbodiesel V-6 are both impressive. Same goes for its 8-speed automatic and ride, which is improved by an optional air suspension that we don’t think should be optional at all—it’s bundled with the Discovery’s third row and low-speed transfer case that make the Discovery a formidable off-roader. We give the Disco an 8 for performance. (Read more about how we rate cars.) The base engine is a 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 that makes 340 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. It’s mated to a smooth 8-speed automatic that’s effortless and smart, one of the better transmissions that we’re appreciating in every application. The gas engine makes good use of its power, and can propel the Discovery to 60 mph in 7.7 seconds, but outright speed isn’t its forte. The gas engine makes most of its torque between 3,500 and 4,000 rpm—unusually high for a turbocharged engine—and needs more revs to lug the lumbering 4,900-pound SUV up boulders and trails. It’s just as capable as ever, but with a little more attention to the throttle than you might expect. The optional turbodiesel V-6 makes its power much lower in the rev range (1,750 rpm), runs up to 60 mph faster (6.9 seconds), sips less fuel, and is quieter than the gas version. We admit that some might hesitate opting for the diesel engine, which costs roughly $2,000 more, but we consider it to be a worthwhile investment. The diesel engine is mated to the same 8-speed automatic and powers all four wheels. We haven’t yet driven a Discovery with a base suspension, which is a traditional coil-spring setup. So far, our experiences have been with the air suspension that’s bundled with the third-row seats and off-roading gear. The air suspension douses fussy roads and adds adjustability to add 1.7 inches to the Disco’s impressive 11 inches of ground clearance. The adjustable suspension also improves the Discovery’s approach, departure, and breakover angles and its wading depth, wheel articulation, you get the point. It’s worth serious consideration. Full Review "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

Skoda Vision C at Geneva 2014 | evo MOTOR SHOWS

We take at the new Skoda Vision C Concept at the 2014 Geneva Motorshow. For the full story, click here: For more Geneva show news, click here: Subscribe to evo TV for more videos: Register for evo's weekly newsletter:

New crossover Skoda Vision E 2019 surprised the guests of the exhibition
New crossover Skoda Vision E 2019 When you turn on the autopilot, the driver's seat is moved away from the pedals, the steering wheel is raised. Crossover can independently move in traffic jams and along the highway, making overtaking and other maneuvers. Also he is able to find a parking spot and return from the parking lot to the owner. As a result of self-learning, Skoda Vision E will be able to search for inductive charging without the help of a man, which will replenish the energy reserve to 80% in just half an hour.
New crossover Skoda Vision E 2019 Two electric motors in total give out 225 kW (306 hp), which means that we have the most powerful Skoda of all time (the top Superbowl has 280 forces). The charge of lithium-ion batteries is sufficient for 500 km of run. The maximum speed is 180 km / h. In addition, Vision E has the ability to autonomous movement of the third level of five possible.
New crossover Skoda Vision E 2019 There are four armchairs in the cabin. All of them rotate 20 degrees towards the doors for easy entry / exit. The front riders have three displays, the rear two. On armrests - control units. Each door has charging for smartphones. The interior can be highlighted in ten colors.
New crossover Skoda Vision E 2019 The video from the premiere in Shanghai is not very informative, but better than a review video with a flying sphere and a Chinese cosmonaut.

Comments for video: