Table of contents:
- Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator won't get V8
- Again mini-Gelik. Now you can look at the headlights
- Porsche is preparing a serial 911 Speedster
- Audi decided to fight electric car skeptics
Video: Volkswagen Coupe Crossover, Jeep Wrangler Without V8 And & Nbsp; Other News Overnight
Volkswagen has shown the first teaser of the coupe-like version of the Teramont crossover. It will premiere on April 16 at the Shanghai Auto Show. The model will be called Teramont X, and its appearance was revealed last year.
Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator won't get V8
Jeep North American chief Tim Kuniskis said the supercharged V8 would fit the Wrangler SUV and the Gladiator pickup "like hand in glove", but the company would not launch models with such an engine into series. The point is that passive safety can suffer from too tight a layout.
At the annual Easter Jeep Safari, Jeep unveiled the M-715 Five-Quarter concept with a 700-horsepower 6.2 V8 based on the Gladiator pickup truck. This gave rise to rumors that the production model will be equipped with an engine from the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat coupe, which Kuniskis denied.
Again mini-Gelik. Now you can look at the headlights
Mercedes-Benz has published another teaser for the compact crossover GLB. The car will be shown at the Shanghai Motor Show in the form of a concept, but for now you can look at the completely serial headlights and additional lighting on the roof, which, most likely, will only be on the exhibition car.
Porsche is preparing a serial 911 Speedster
Several Porsche customers have received special invitations to the New York Auto Show, in which the production version of the Porsche 911 Speedster will premiere. The car will be shown on April 18, and for the first time - in concept - the speedster was presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 2018.
Audi decided to fight electric car skeptics
Audi is gearing up to launch sales of the brand's first electric crossover, the e-tron, and has launched an advertising campaign in honor of this, in which it pokes fun at skeptics of electric vehicles.