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Top 3 Features Of The 2018 Jaguar E-Pace

The 2018 Jaguar E-Pace is smaller than the F-Pace and more keenly priced, but it did not compromise on comfort, luxury, practicality, and usability. Its design, one of the most expensive in its class, will distinguish it from the F-Pace.

D8 Architecture in Use

This compact SUV used the same D8 architecture we saw on the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The only difference is that Jaguar decided to fit the 2018 E-Pace with more on-road dynamics described only as the “Jaguar version” of the Discovery Sport.

The E-Pace, unlike the Land Rover series like the Discovery Sport and the Range Rover Evoque, won’t be produced in the Halewood facility. Instead, this will be built under license by Magna Steyr in Austria.

Land Rover’s Powertrain Borrowed

Land Rover’s turbocharged four-cylinder petrol and diesel Ingenium engines are going to be fitted in the E-Pace. That includes the range-topping 296bhp 2.0-liter petrol version that can power the E-Pace from 0 to 60mph in just 5.9 seconds. It will have a top speed of 151mph.

All of these will be paired with all-wheel drive and a nine-speed automatic transmission. The entry-level 148bhp 2.0-liter diesel model with six-speed manual gearbox will be available with a front-wheel drive system.

Sporty Interior on Point

The interior of the E-Pace will be sporty in nature. This means that the front cabin is driver focused, with a stick shifter instead of the rotary controller. Jaguar said that the interior features of the auto are all inspired by the F-Type.

Sporty interior with a spacious cabin to boot? Can you beat that? The E-Pace boasts of a raised driving position up front and a roomy kneeroom at the back that is similar to the Audi Q5 rather than the Q3. There is plenty of storage space out back too and once the rear seats have been folded, the total capacity will run to 1,234 liters.

Infotainment and connectivity features in the E-Pace will attract the younger clients. Here, you’ll find a 10-inch touchscreen, an optional widescreen TFT display, 4F WiFi hotspot for eight devices, five USB charging ports, and a wearable key option.

The E-Pace will be on sale in the UK starting in late 2017 for the price of £28,500 for the entry-level car.

The Overhauled 2018 Honda Accord Gives Us 3 Reasons To Smile

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There is something about the Honda Accord that makes you feel good, right? Maybe it’s the familiarity. Maybe it’s the long and illustrious history that started way back in 1976. Whatever it is, we’re sure you’re going to have fits of happiness reading about the coming of the 2018 Honda Accord, a completely overhauled of this beloved sedan.

The new Accord is going to have so many new things for its arsenal: engines, automatic transmission, chassis, body design, Honda’s safety and driver-assistance technology, and a tech-savvy cabin.

Same Silhouette, New Grille Design

The Accord stays true to its personality, not changing the silhouette that Honda fans have come to love. The front end is where you’ll see the changes and updates, starting with the grille design that combines both the radiator grille and the air dam. There’s also an overhang on the nose, as well as a body insert that sits between the grille, headlights, and the end of the hood. From there, you can see the Honda emblem.

The side profile uses a gently curving upper body and a crease above the side skirts. Around the headlights, the fenders are muscular while the rear end looks quite ordinary with 3D taillights and tiny exhaust outlets.

Germanic and Futuristic

If you’ve ever been inside a BMW, then you know that its interiors are like no other. The Honda Accord takes the same path as its new infotainment display gives off a German vibe. The system features roles like a smartphone. It even has connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

If you are familiar with OnStar, you’ll get the Honda version with HondaLink. This allows your smartphone to access diagnostics, track the Accord’s speed, remotely lock and unlock the car, and remotely start it, too.

Packed with Power

The new Accord will follow the footsteps of the Honda Civic and will make use of a pair of turbocharged four-cylinders. Lesser models will, however, be fitted with a 1.5-liter, all-aluminum four-banger that can produce 192 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque.

Higher-end models will make use of the same system, albeit the 2.0-liter version. This upgrades the production to 252 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. A hybrid version is also in the works, but details are fuzzy for now.

5 Things To Know About The 2019 Porsche Cayenne

2019 Porsche Cayenne Spy Photos

Spy shots of the next-generation Porsche Cayenne, which is slated to be a 2019 model, shows why the midsize truck remains to be a strong contender in this segment. Though the camouflaged Cayenne revealed few details, it’s enough to get experts excited about this high-riding crossover.

1. Appearance

Based on the spy shots of the auto featured in CarAndDriver, there are changes in the front grille, as well as the lower fog-light windows that are wider and now feature a full-length slat. The headlights have been covered, but it might be safe to assume that it will use Porsche’s four-LED cluster—the same one used in the rest of the lineup.

The rear showed that Porsche is ready to take the Cayenne to a sportier aesthetics because there might be a full-width light bar connecting the taillights. That would give this car an overall wider appearance and stance.

2. Platform

This new Cayenne is expected to be on top of Volkswagen’s MLBevo platform, the same one used by the Audi Q7 and the Bentley Bentayga. It will also be utilized on the Volkswagen Touareg and the upcoming Audi Q8 and Lamborghini Urus. The lightweight dynamics of this new platform will contribute to Cayenne’s ability to shed off at least 200 pounds.

3. Powertrain

The powertrain lineup on the all-new Panamera should give huge expectations on what can be found under the Cayenne’s hood. The turbocharged V-6 engine will most likely be the powertrain of choice for the entry-level Cayenne. The S and GTS version should be using a twin-turbo six while the Turbo model might come with the V-8. It will share Panamera’s plug-in 4 E-Hybrid powertrain too, combining a twin-turbocharged V-6 with an electric motor.

4. Competition

The Cayenne, once it is released, will go head-to-head with some of the most powerful midsize luxury crossovers in the market—the BMW X5, the BMW X6, the Range Rover Sport, the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, and the Maserati Levante.

5. Release and pricing

The next-generation Cayenne will probably be unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show later this fall, with deliveries to begin early next year. Prices will be similar to the current generation’s tag.

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