The digital world has such a firm grip on our lives, we can’t imagine even a single day without at least one thing that is somehow unrelated to the digital realms.
They say the teardrop shape is considered one of the most aerodynamic profiles ever, given how it effortlessly bends the air around it to glide through with minimal drag.
If we go by Citroen’s proactiveness for future concepts, there are only a few automotive manufacturers who better them in that respect. A lot of four-wheeler ideas for the upcoming decade focus on the lounging and relaxing experience, mostly attributed to the freedom of autonomous commuting.
The BMW i7 M70 xDrive, the figurehead of the Bavarian brand, stands out like an automotive behemoth. Weighing in at over 2,700 kilos, this colossal electric sedan makes no compromises when it comes to performance. It can leap from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. It is intended to be the spiritual replacement for the great V12 for a new generation of buyers.
Lexus recently took advantage of the development of the Toyota Grand Highlander to present its top-of-the-range version, the TX. Both models share the GA-K platform and offer a similar range of powertrains. Both are presented as three-row vehicles, offering seating for six or seven. The arrival of the TX, which exceeds five meters in length, has led to the removal of the RX-L model from the Lexus range, and the model will be built in Indiana.