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Ford 上週在台灣推出 Focus Active 跨界車,在 Corolla Cross 之後,又一輛跨界車可選擇。Honda 在日本近期則是針對即將開展的 2021 東京改裝車展,先行亮相一款客製化的 Fit e:HEV Crosstar Custom,儼然是一輛適合越野的跨界小車。

Honda 推出 Fit e:HEV Crosstar Custom,可以征服越野路面,享受原野樂趣。

Fit e:HEV Crosstar 本來就是以跨界為訴求的車型,這一次的 Fit e:HEV Crosstar Custom,更是以此為基礎進行改良,包括調整後,較高的懸吊,另外在車頂加入一組 Yakima 車頂行李架,彌補小車置物空間不足的問題,更重要的,是換上 Toyo 的全地形越野輪胎,讓這台 Fit e:HEV Crosstar Custom,可以達成克服嚴苛越野道路的需求。 

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動力部分,仍維持先前的 1.5 升四缸自然進氣引擎搭配雙馬達的油電動力,採 CVT 無段變速箱配置,擁有相當出色的油耗表現。目前 Honda 僅先釋出一張外觀圖,內裝部分是否也有所調整,需等到 2021 東京改裝車展開展後才會得知。 

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Flushed with cash after being acquired by Geely back in June 2017, Lotus now has the money it needs to launch a fleet of new models and the Evija is the flagship that marks a new era for the British marque. James May recently had the opportunity to check it out in person.

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