7.8.2020 11:24 am
One of the most innovative features, is the intelligent six-speed manual transmission that does without a clutch pedal.
X-Rider will seemingly soon become the flagship D-Max denominator, but only with the automatic transmission.
Standout difference from the Triber is the freestanding eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system angled slightly towards the driver.
Carrying a price tag of close to a R1-million, there is nothing ‘entry level’ about this luxury sedan.
Thomas Schaefer swaps Uitenhage for Mladá Boleslav in becoming the new Global CEO for Skoda.
“Could we bring that back to life with a pick-up/lifestyle vehicle? I think we could”.
No word of it coming to South Africa has yet been made.
The soon-to-be-discontinued 5.0-litre supercharged V8 remains as is with outputs of 423kW/700Nm.
Initially, only the 1.4 TSI Design and 2.0 TSI R-Line will be offered with the 2.0 TSI Design expected in January next year.
Weighing a mere 167 kg, the normally aspirated 3.9-litre Cosworth V12 produces 488kW/467Nm and can rev up to 12 100 rpm.
Uncomplicated SUV a good ride let down by a not-so-good CVT.
No official timing for South Africa so far been made.
If it does become a reality, expect the hybrid powertrain to possibly make way for an all-electric configuration.
“A significant finding of this year’s report is that only three of the vehicles are equipped with Electronic Stability Control”.