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Jeep to unveil three plug-in hybrid 4x4s at CES
“4xe” badge will designate Jeep’s hybrid and electric offerings.Both the Compass and Renegade will use a 1.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and electric motor for the front wheels and a separate, independent electric motor powering the rears. So far, there are no available details on the hybrid Wrangler’s powertrain; that info will trickle out at the Geneva, New York, and Beijing shows. Jeep has announced, however, that all electrified Jeep vehicles will wear a new Jeep “4xe” badge. Jeep says the hybridization will increase vehicle efficiency, torque, responsiveness, and the overall fun of the Jeep driving experience without any compromises.
Wild rumor posits a 2.0-liter three-cylinder hybrid with 1,500 horsepower
hosted its global network for a shindig at its Angelholm, Sweden, headquarters last month. During the event, the hypercar maker tweeted an image of employees under black sheets. It was thought these represented the cars Koenigsegg will bring to next month's . At least one of those five is to be the , the rocket that CEO Christian Koenigsegg will use to challenge the top speed record. credits sources for information on another of the five, it supposedly being a 2+2 called the KG12.
2020 Geneva Motor Show will feature an indoor race track
Hybrids, EVs and hydrogen-powered cars will take turns racing post.metadata.leadImageDesc Peugeot, Opel and Lamborghini are among the carmakers skipping the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. To fill some of the empty space, the event's organizers are building a 1,500-foot-long race track inside the convention center. The circuit will be located in hall 7, which is usually where suppliers and aftermarket companies exhibit their products. We haven't seen photos of it yet, so we don't know what it will be paved by, but the organizers said it will include sweeping turns, bends and long straights.
If the rumors are close to true, the extra two seats — and we use the words "seats" generously — wouldn't be the only break with Koenigsegg tradition. TSB's insider says the heart of the KG12's hybrid powerplant will be a 2.0-liter, three-cylinder engine engineered with the carmaker's camless FreeValve system. Combined with an electric motor or motors, total output is thought to be around 1,500 horsepower. If such a thing shows up at Geneva, predicted to be on display under a glass engine cover, it will be in the running for the wildest and most innovative propulsion system at the show.
Limited-edition coachbuilt Bentley Bacalar will debut at Geneva
The world’s oldest coach builder turns its eyes towards the future. © Bentley bacalar font over wheel graphic At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Bentley’s Mulliner special projects division will unveil the Bacalar, a Grand Tourer hand-built using sustainable and ethically-sourced materials. Details are sparse, but if you check out Bentley’s centenary concept, the wheelbase-king EXP 100 GT, it should give you a hint of where Mulliner could take Bentley’s production platform. The Bacalar could be an extension of that sleek, sumptuous body, meant for the same fans of exclusive—but eco-friendly—luxury.
Design standards like the wraparound windshield and dihedral synchro-helix doors are expected to make the cut, but those doors might be longer than usual so as to provide better access to whatever fits in the back seat. TSB writes that the KG12 will cost around €1.4 million ($1.5 million U.S.), with deliveries to begin in 2022 and production limited to 300 units.
One big question is whether the KG12 is, or has anything to do with, thethat's been on simmer in the background for a few years. A year ago, reports said the car would come to this year's Geneva show. However, the least expensive Koenigsegg has been imagined with the firm's naturally-aspirated V8 paired with hybrid assistance, getting something like 1,050 hp, and a price tag of anywhere from €600,000 to €800,000 ($650,000-$850,000). We'll have an answer in two weeks.
originally appeared on on Tue, 18 Feb 2020
See Inside the Deserted Geneva Auto Show .
The auto show was canceled days before it was slated to begin, and a video shot yesterday reveals stands across the floor in a state of disassembly. The Geneva auto show was canceled last week over concerns regarding the spread of the Covid-19 virus (coronavirus).Photographer George Williams reveals in a video what the Geneva auto show looks like after two days of manufacturers disassembling their stands.After two days of take down, there is quite a bit of work that still needs to be done.
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