The automotive industry has experienced yet another week. What autos were unveiled last week, then? These are the week’s top vehicles.
Another week has passed since we last checked in, and for the titans of the automobile industry, this week was one of great significance.
What autos were unveiled last week, then? The vehicles displayed during the week of September 17–23, 2022, are listed below.
Here are the cars we got to know this week!
Volkswagen ID. XTREME1
Presenting the first electric SUV, the Volkswagen ID. XTREME1. Due to its 44 design, the SUV, which has a very nice aesthetic, can be employed in any situation. The corporation announced in a statement that we will meet with the ID in late 2023 or early 2024. A 200-kilometer power reserve is included on XTREME1.
The Blazer all-electric sport utility vehicle was another one of the week’s shining lights. The vehicle, which will be available as a 2024 model, is powered by two electric motors that have a combined output of 557 horsepower and 879 Nm of torque. The 17.7-inch diagonal infotainment screen in the car features a beautiful appearance. Ford Mustang Mach-E will be in competition with Chevrolet Blazer.
In addition, Volvo unveiled the EX90 SUV, which will take the place of the XC90. Although the car’s technical specifications and design were not fully displayed, a very significant remark was made regarding this SUV. The EX90 will be Volvo’s most dependable model to date, the company claims.
Mercedes AMG S63 S
In 2024, the Mercedes-Benz AMG C63 S model, which marked the company’s move to a hybrid powertrain, was released. The vehicle’s flawless appearance was matched by its powerful heavy-duty engine, which produced 671 horsepower and 1020 Nm of torque. The hybrid engine’s 13-kilometer power reserve was the car’s one and only flaw. Mercedes claims that this vehicle was not designed to save gasoline.
For the European market, Mitsubishi has updated the ASX medium SUV model. Renault’s ASX was essentially a Captur with a different logo that was built in parallel. Mitsubishi employed a 1.6-liter hybrid engine with 160 horsepower and 140 Nm of torque in the neck-filled ASX, but preferred a 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with 90 horsepower and 160 Nm of torque in the base model.