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瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光

去年9月曾在歐洲被捕獲的純電休旅 Volkswagen ID.6,近日傳聞已在中國獲得生產許可,並於中國工業和信息化部的企業申報車型首次展出了這款目前旗下最大純電休旅的真面目。

瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光

以ID. Roomzz Concept純電概念車作為設計基礎,ID.6在車身尺碼上比自家兄弟ID.4更長更寬,擁有車長4,876mm、車寬1,848mm、車高1,680mm、以及2,965mm的軸距,特別的是ID.6加設了第三排座椅,瞄準7人座休旅市場。

瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光



瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光

動力配置方面,ID.6同樣建構於MEB模組底盤,雖然發表的數據中並沒有明確標示,但從峰值功率150kW(約201匹)的馬達數據來看,應與ID.4共享的是相同後置馬達,釋出的照片中也出現了標有Pure入門款及 Pro頂級款的車型,預計除了單馬達的配置外,將有機會推出全輪驅動的配置版本,總綜效將可達300匹以上輸出表現。

瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光


瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光

申報資料中也顯示,ID.6將提供前置鏡頭、測置鏡頭、天窗、ETC等選配套件。此外,若根據ID. Roomzz Concept純電概念車先前所宣稱的82kWh電池規格來看,ID.6的續航力可望擁有450.6公里的表現。可惜的是,目前ID.6僅提供中國市場,並預計於今年秋季在中國正式上市發售。

瞄準Model X! 7人純電休旅《 Volkswagen ID.6》提前曝光


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擁有高達 272 匹馬力的 Toyota GR Yaris,是全球目前極為搶手的性能鋼砲,台灣也可望在今年上半年發表。不過這款 GR Yaris,是否真如 Toyota 說的那麼厲害?由外媒下場駕駛 GR Yaris,看看它的麋鹿測試極限到什麼程度。

擁有 272 匹最大馬力的 Toyota GR Yaris,今年幾乎確定會在台灣上市。(圖片來源:Toyota)

GR Yaris 採 1.6 升直列三缸渦輪引擎,搭配 6 速 iMT 手排變速箱,具備 GR-Four 四驅系統,最大馬力來到 272 匹,最大扭力達 37.7 公斤米。Sport 模式下,可分配前輪 30:後輪 70 動力輸出,另外還有雙 A 臂獨立懸吊、18 吋鋁圈、前 4 後 2 多活塞卡鉗等好料。

在《km77》的麋鹿測試下,GR Yaris 以時速 80 公里通過考驗。(圖片來源:擷取自 km77 Youtube)

外媒《km77》進行 GR Yaris 的麋鹿測試,表現相當出色,在麋鹿測試中,以時速 80 公里的情況下,在連續進入兩個彎後,都沒撞到三角錐,順利通過。後來雖然挑戰時速 81 及 83 公里都以失敗收場,但能在時速 80 公里完成麋鹿測試,已經是極為出色的表現。

GR Yaris 配上 6 速 iMT 手排變速箱,是熱血族群的最愛。 (圖片來源:Toyota)

GR Yaris 除了展現出自己的強大動力外,也在外媒的麋鹿測試下,將自己的高穩定性展露無遺。去年 11 月,GR Yaris 傳出會引進台灣的消息,Toyota 總代理也已證實該資訊為真,據傳限量 30 台,由於粥少僧多,因此將採抽籤方式決定。預計農曆新年後,和泰就會正式公佈 GR Yaris 的台灣上市消息。

【Toyota GR Yaris 麋鹿測試影片】



Hyundai and sister brand Kia have confirmed that talks about working with tech-giant Apple on a new car have come to a close, according to Bloomberg.

The news saw $3 billion wiped off Hyundai’s value as share value fell by 6.2 percent, while Kia’s share dropped by 15 percent, resulting in a $5.5 billion loss in market value. However, in regulatory filings made on Monday, both Korean manufactures maintain that they’re in talks with multiple companies with a view of autonomous EV development.

In January, it was widely speculated that Hyundai and Apple may collaborate on a new autonomous EV based on Hyundai Motor Group’s new E-GMP architecture. Rumors were partly spurred on by Hyundai’s own admission to local media that they were talking to Apple, only for the statement to be revised twice hours later.

Regardless, as early as last week several news outlets reported that Apple was to make a large investment into Hyundai’s sister brand, with production possibly taking place at Kia’s plant in Georgia. This pushed Kia’s stock price to its highest since 1998, reaching 97,700 Korean won ($87.70) per share, according to CNN, as investors traded in the hope of a landmark deal and potential investment.

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But now it seems that these reports may not only have been wide of the mark, but that the project was a non-starter for some time prior. According to Bloomberg, talks were paused weeks ago, according to unnamed sources familiar with the matter.

“We are receiving requests for cooperation in joint development of autonomous electric vehicles from various companies, but they are at early stage and nothing has been decided,” the two automakers said on Monday, complying with stock market rules that require companies to make updates to investors when it comes to market rumors, Reuters reports. “We are not having talks with Apple on developing autonomous vehicles.”

Although Hyundai remains committed to its EV future developing the Ioniq brand and rebranding Kia as a mobility-first company, it looks like the largest name in the tech space may, in fact, be talking to other manufacturers. Apple, who has been rumored to be exploring the possibility of an autonomous car since reports of Project Titan emerged back in 2015, lacks the production capacity and expertise to mass produce a car.

Meanwhile, outside observers are now questioning if plans were derailed by Hyundai’s previous remarks to the press, which may have been considered a major faux-pas to the iPhone manufacturer who take great pains to maintain secrecy. However, another possibility is that executives within the carmaker were reluctant to become a “contract manufacturer” as Hyundai’s current set-up is vertically integrated, with engines, transmissions, and even steel all turned out in-house.