The first glimpse of the Skoda Enyaq coupe IV

ŠKODA auto is offering a preview of the new Skoda Enyaq coupe IV in official design sketches. The coupe variant of the all-electric ENYAQ iV has an even more emotive design and, thanks to its outstanding aerodynamics, boasts an even greater range than the suv version. The sketches show the gently sloping roofline, the rear with a sharp tear-off edge and side skirts in the body colour. The world premiere of the enyaqcoupeiv is set for 31 January 2022 in the Czech capital of Prague.

Citroen focuses on ë-Berlingo and ë-SpaceTourer

From January 2022, all new orders of Berlingo or SpaceTourer will be for the 100% electric version, which becomes the only offer available to order on these two models. A pioneer in the MPV and Leisure Activity vehicle segments, Citroën is shifting its offer on these 2 segments towards an energy of the future that will allow customers to continue to be able to move freely and with controlled cost of use, while taking advantage of the livability and practicality offered by these two lines.

The new BMW iX M60 – a combination of the three worlds of i, X and M.

Green light for the first BMW M automobile designed for purely electric mobility from the outset. The BMW Group presents the third, even more powerful model variant of its new technology flagship: the BMW iX M60. With an output of 455 kW/619 hp**, a maximum torque of 1.015 Nm* in Sport Mode respectively 1 100 Nm* with activated Launch Control and an M specific suspension set-up, it adds an outstanding performance experience to the world of locally emission-free mobility.

Mercedes-Benz shows the 1.000 km range electric concept VISION EQXX

Marcedes-Benz presented today the VISION EQXX a car that allows them to explore new frontiers of efficiency. Also, the internal digital simulations in real-life traffic conditions, shows that the concept will be capable of exceeding 1,000 kilometres on a single charge with an outstanding energy consumption of less than 10 kWh per 100 kilometres (efficiency of more than 6 miles per kWh).

BMW Group signs direct agreement with chip suppliers to secure supplies

The BMW Group is exploring new ways of working with suppliers and, in the case of strategically important components, becoming more closely involved in the supplier network. To secure semiconductor supplies for the long term, the company has concluded a direct supply assurance agreement with high-tech microchip developer INOVA Semiconductors and GlobalFoundries, a manufacturer of feature-rich semiconductors.