Audi has debuted a slightly souped up version of the e-tron Sportback at the ongoing LA Motor Show.This is the company's second all-electric car and is a sportier take on the e-tron that is expected to be launched in India soon.However, the new Sportback doesn't only get a new design but also some tech updates as well.Close Visually, as the name suggests, the rear of the SUV now has a roof that slopes into the back with a high notchback bootlid. related news LA Motor Show: Audi showcases RS Q8 SUV with 48V mild hybrid system Kia 2021 Seltos unveiled at LA Motor Show World TV Day: Here are our picks of the top smart TVs available for purchase Even the bodywork has undergone changes. For example, there is slightly more glass body cladding and a sharper glass area. The bumper is more aggressive, the grille is broader and the headlamps too are wider and slimmer than before.While on the subject of headlamps, the Sportback debuts Audi's digital matrix LED lighting … [Read more...] about Audi unveils e-tron Sportback at LA Motor Show
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Audi AG has announced that Arno Antlitz will take the responsibility as new Chief Financial Officer from March 1, 2020, replacing current CFO Alexander Seitz, who will move to Volkswagen Cars.Arno Antlitz has played a major role at Volkswagen Cars in the development and implementation of the future pact and the turnaround plans in the regions, claims the company in a release.Along with him, Audi has also appointed Dirk Grobe-Loheide and Sabine Maaben, in the board of management of the brand who will join in 2020. Dirk Grobe-Loheide will be the new Audi board of management member for procurement and IT as of April 1 and he will succeed Bernd Martens. Read also Audi global sales up 26.8% to 149,150 units in October VW Group names Markus Duesmann as new Audi chief Sabine Maaben, currently CHRO of Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG, will take over the board of management responsibility for human resources at Audi AG from April 1, 2020.The chairman of the supervisory board of Audi AG, Herbert … [Read more...] about Audi appoints Arno Antlitz as its new CFO
Baseball may be the great American pastime, but as exemplified by today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe TT, The Ephesian philosopher Heraclitus is quoted as saying that “the only constant in life is change.” He was also known as the “weeping philosopher” due to his inability to change his long-lingering depression. Advertisement Much has changed since Heraclitus’ days, Case in point, yesterday we looked at a 1977 Mustang II coupé, a representative of the model’s first major overhaul, and one that is to this day considered less than successful and a bit of the red-headed stepchild of the Mustang line. Nice as it was, not even an amazingly orange and plaid interior could muster much enthusiasm for the car’s $18,700 price. That proved to be yet another ignominy for the Mustang II as it fell in a massive 90 percent Crack Pipe loss. The Los Angeles Auto Show opens this week, and Ford has taken that opportunity to debut a new all-electric … [Read more...] about At $6,900, Can You Wait To Get You Mitts On This Baseball Glove Interior 2004 Audi TT Quattro?
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Korean carmaker Kia recently took the covers off the new Seltos SUV at the ongoing LA Auto Show. The US-spec Seltos features aesthetic and mechanical updates and is expected to be launched by 2021.The midsize SUV retains its signature Tiger Nose grille, elongated DRL strips, jewel-like LED headlamps and the ice cube-shaped LED fog lamps. It gets a new front splitter, 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels and additional body cladding. The rear-end sees a set of split-LED tail lamps connected by a chrome strip, a slightly reworked rear bumper and a revised splitter.Kia has updated the car’s interiors with a fresh design, as well as a new touchscreen infotainment and speedometer units. It also gets physical buttons for the infotainment system’s shortcut functions, as opposed to the touch-based buttons found in the current-gen Seltos.Close The car also gets Kia’s UVO connected car technology, cruise control, single-zone climate control, a head-up display, powered front seats, … [Read more...] about Kia 2021 Seltos unveiled at LA Motor Show