News of the automobile world continues every day to delight the audience. Every day on the pages of the world wide web there are more innovations.
You don’t need a long time to flip through the news, to understand what resonance took place on 6 November. Auto Informant has done it for you and set TOP most important automotive news for the day.
Jaguar Land Rover is studying “print” displays
Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover is working on technology in Lightweight Electronics Simplified Architecture (LESA), which will allow you to integrate the display in any detail exterior trim of the car. Thanks LESA manufacturer will be able to opt out buttons to build and display in wooden or plastic panels, which will be printed controls. This will reduce a lot of electronic equipment by 60%. On it informs edition Motor.
Dodge Challenger is prepared to drag racing NHRA
The Mopar division has released a limited version of the Dodge Challenger Drag Pak for participation in championship drag racing NHRA. The novelty has received the 5.8-liter Hemi V8 engine with power up to 1500 HP, which works in conjunction with a tri-band transmission T400. Challenger also received the adjustable suspension, special wheels and tires, racing brakes, roll cage and a parachute for braking. According to the manufacturer, this car will be able to overcome the quarter-mile in 7.5 seconds. Dodge Challenger Drag Pak will be a limited edition of 50 units. This publication reports Carscoops.
Skoda has unveiled the interior of the new Octavia
On the eve of the debut of the new Skoda Octavia, the manufacturer has released a teaser of the beauty of the model. The new multi-tiered instrument panel with several displays and an upgraded steering wheel with two spokes. The traditional gear lever came electronic switch. Another innovation is the three-zone air-conditioning system Climatronic. This publication reports Carscoops.
Hennessey modified Chevrolet Camaro
Atelier Hennessey presented on tuning show SEMA Chevrolet Camaro extreme. The engine of the muscle car has been redesigned and as a result its capacity has increased to a significant 1200 HP and 1356 Nm of torque. Acceleration to first “hundred” takes 2.3 seconds and a top speed limited at around 350 km/h the Visual changes are slight, they include special hood made of carbon fiber, a redesigned bumper and graphics on the sides. The circulation of “wild” Camaro will be limited to 24 units, and the cost of each muscle car is 200 thousand dollars. This publication reports Carscoops.
Kia has released another teaser for the new Optima
The Kia company soon plans to introduce an updated version of the Optima. In the meantime, the manufacturer stirs interest in future novelty and publishes one by one teasers. Looking at such a futuristic saloon with extravagant optics, a sneaking suspicion about the authenticity of these sketches. After all, they are too good to be real. Probably the updated Optima will be very progressive, but it is hardly so. This publication reports Carscoops.