The design sketches show the Octavia’s flowing silhouette characterized by the coupé-like roofline. Among the distinctive elements are the new front section, large wheels and tail lights with crystalline elements.
The Octavia is Škoda’s best selling model. Originally launched more than sixty years ago, it has sold more than 6.5 million units to date.
Car Brakes because the brake lining component is directly related to driving safety. As usage continues, brake performance will decrease.
Power to stop the wheels reduced. For this reason, improvements need to be made so that the condition of these components still work optimally.
Taqwa Suryo Swasono,
a senior mechanic and racing car expert from the Garden Speed workshop, said that the true braking of a vehicle, especially a car, can last for thousands of kilometers. Except for the fast-moving components such as brake lining.
“Brake pistons, ABS, hoses, it can last a long time.
The original Mirai was launched in 2014, and was a demonstrator of the potential of hydrogen to power clean and sustainable mobility, combining a driving range with refueling time equivalent to conventional vehicles and water-only emissions.
The first-gen 2014 Toyota Mirai
Since then, approximately 10,000 Mirai have been sold globally.
Scheduled for launch starting in late 2020, initially in Japan, North America and Europe, the second-generation Mirai features an evolution of the FCEV technology, with improvements in the fuel cell system performance and increased hydrogen storage capacity, resulting in a 30% increase in driving range.
The official document, reported below, was released for the opening of the new Design Studio, which includes all the traditional capabilities (from Computer-Aided Surfacing to clay sculpting) as well as new Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and animation technology.
From the official Press Release:
The six stages of design at Jaguar
Across six-stages of the design journey the Exterior and Interior teams collaborate throughout a well-defined process that can move from inspirational first sketch to finished car in around four years.
From start to finish, each project is overseen by a programme management team that ensures integration with all business functions
The Mi-Tech Concept is focused on driving pleasure and all-terrain capabilities. It is equipped with a downsized and light plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) drivetrain combining a gas turbine engine-generator and a 4-motor electric 4WD system, featuring 2-motors for both front and rear axles.
Onboard technologies include a human machine interface (HMI) that projects a variety of information detected by using advanced optical sensing technology onto the AR windshield, plus the MI-PILOT driver assistance system which alerts the driver to potential collisions, and supports their operation of the steering wheel and brakes.
The Super Height K-Wagon Concept features a SUV-like
While adopting an al-new, modern design language, the new Defender maintains the distinctive silhouette and proportions of the iconic original model, with minimal front and rear overhangs for optimum off-road capabilities, as well as the strong emphasis on horizontal lines.
Other trademark elements are the high sills and the externally mounted rear wheel.
Defender’s characterful front is defined as “tough but approachable”, and is characterized by the geometric forms of its technical headlamps which feature the latest adaptive technology, and by the sculptured fenders combined with squared wheel arches and strong shoulders which contribute to the vehicle’s sense of solidity
Debuting at Etisalat’s stand at the Dubai World Trade Centre during GITEX Technology Week, WheeM-i is the bicycle-sharing system equivalent for wheelchairs.
It consists of “wheel-on”, meaning the user can roll on it directly with the wheelchair, semi-autonomous, electric devices, located in urban hubs, making traveling around cities much simpler and easier for people with lightweight manual wheelchairs.
Users will be able to book WheeM-i through an app, reaching the closest hub and getting on board the pre-booked WheeM-i with their own wheelchairs. At the end of the service, users will return it to the closest hub, making it available
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