The most relevant news from the automotive industry this week

The news of the IAA Mobility 2021 and the recent launches of Citroën and Dacia.

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This last week brought several novelties within the world automotive industry, as reported Next, the most relevant ...

RENAULT: The IAA Mobility 2021 Munich, Germany, was the event chosen by the Rombo to carry out the worldwide launch of the new Renault Megane E-Tech fully electric offering a autonomy of up to 470 kilometers. Releases the new design language called Sensual Tech and stands out for its great interior habitability thanks to the new platform CMF-EV.

CITROEN: Presented the Citroën C5 X, that combines stylistic characteristics of saloons, family cars and SUVs. The engine offering includes a 1.2 turbo with 130 CV, a 1.6 Turbo with 180 CV and a hybrid version coupled to the 1.6 with 225 CV and an electric range of more than 50 kilometers. All these variants use an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Smart Concept 1SMART: At the IAA Mobility presented the Smart Concept # 1, your bet within the segment of the Electric SUV's. Built on a platform Sustainable Experience Architecture (SAE) offers a maximum autonomy of 700 kilometers and ultra-fast charging thanks to an 800-volt system. It will be the substitute for Smart ForFour.

Mercedes-Benz Concept EQGMERCEDES: Another novelty that stood out at the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich was the Mercedes-Benz EQG, the electrified reinterpretation of Class g. The concept car fully embraces the formal tradition of this series and can be recognized at first glance as the heir to the legendary German 4 × 4.

Dacia joggerDACIA: Affirmed its ambition within the C segment with the launch of the new Dacia jogger, a family member that comes in a 5 and 7-seater version. It will be available to around thirty countries, mainly in Europe, although it will also reach Turkey and Israel. This launch is part of the renewal of the range, which will be completed with two new models by 2025.

BMW: During IAA Mobility 2021, BMW presented the concept car BMW i Vision Circular, a preview of what your compact cars will look like in 2040 focused on sustainability and luxury. East four-seater vehicle is fully electric and offers ample interior space thanks to a length of about four meters. The model was designed for closed material cycles in order to achieve the 100% use of recycled materials y 100% recyclability.

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