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BMW has released the official specs and pricing for the 128ti in Australia ahead of its official launch in the first quarter of 2021.

The front-wheel drive hot hatch packs the 2.0-liter TwinPower Turbo engine that puts out 180 kW (245 PS / 241 HP) and 380 Nm (280 lb-ft) of torque.

That’s 15 kW (20 PS / 20 HP) and 20 Nm (15 lb-ft) less than the Euro-spec, which translates in it being 1.2 seconds slower in the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint (6.3 vs 5.1 seconds), while top speed has also dropped from 250 to 243 km/h (155-151 mph). The engine still drives the front wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission, and the limited-slip differential from the M135i xDrive comes as standard.

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Available in six exterior colors, the 128ti rides on 18-inch M light alloy wheels and features an M Sport suspension and brakes, adaptive LED headlights, M rear spoiler and a few upgrades inside. Inside, standard equipment includes cloth/sensatec upholstery with red stitching, sporty seatbelts, velour floor mats with red accents, two-zone climate control, 9.2-inch head-up display and an infotainment system.

Customers can further spec it with the two large displays that have a diagonal of up to 10.25 inches, gesture control, electric tailgate, two Enhancement packages and the Convenience and Comfort packages. The latter add features such as the metallic paint, panoramic glass roof, heated front seats with lumbar support and heated steering wheel.

Pricing for the the 128ti starts from AU$56,900 (equal to US$41,951).

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相信有許多國人,對於長輩們暱稱為瑞典坦克/國寶的Volvo品牌旗下車款,早已有著相當正面的安全評價!而來自北歐瑞典的Volvo品牌,不僅創廠已有超過90餘年的悠久歷史,還打造出許多向來以安全性著稱的車款!而例如像三點式安全帶的發明,與創新科技的City Safety系統,也都早已深受消費者信賴與肯定!

就在近日,同樣來自北歐的瑞典貿易暨投資委員會台北辦事處 (Business Sweden, The Swedish Trade & Invest Council),也添購了來自家鄉品牌的Volvo XC60作為公務專車,重溫源自北歐斯堪地那維亞的瑞典情懷。

於1991年在台灣成立的瑞典貿易暨投資委員會台北辦事處 (Business Sweden,The Swedish Trade & Invest Council),主要業務為協助瑞典企業在全球的業務,同時提供台灣公司在瑞典投資的諮詢,是台灣與瑞典在貿易合作中至關重要的角色。

而此次「Business Sweden」所購買的Volvo XC60,採用新世代SPA 模組化平台,擁有出色的車身剛性與優異的操控反應,內裝格局則以溫潤的家居氛圍為主軸。搭配寬廣車室空間,Sensus Connect資訊暨衛星導航系統與Clean Zone純淨車室,以及低敏健康用料與人體工學座椅設計,讓Business Sweden的辦事處同仁,在出勤時皆能享有舒適自在的移動過程,為奔波忙碌的通勤增添安全保障。

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The Audi RS2 is one of the automaker’s most intriguing performance models and Doug DeMuro recently picked up the keys to one.

In the 1990s, Audi was struggling and decided to launch a new performance car. To make the RS2 a reality, it recruited the help of Porsche and set about creating a go-fast version of the 80 Avant. This was the result.

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Porsche outfitted Audi’s 2.2-liter inline-five engine with a larger turbocharger, a larger intercooler, a bespoke ECU and a new camshaft, among others. All up, it delivered 311 hp and 302 lb-ft (410 Nm) of torque, which were pretty impressive figures for a station wagon in the early 1990s. With a 0-60 mph (96 km/h) time of 4.8 seconds, DeMuro says it was so quick that it took Audi a decade to produce a road-legal car that could out-accelerate the RS2.

It’s not just the engine that Porsche worked on. The RS2 also features Porsche brakes, wheels from a 911 Turbo, and a bespoke suspension setup, again done by Porsche. In fact, the RS2 was actually built at Porsche’s factory.

So, why did Audi tap Porsche on the shoulder to build the RS2? Well, it’s quite simple. At the time, Audi didn’t have the reputation needed to produce a high-performance street car like the RS2, despite its motorsport success. By linking up with Porsche, it got the credibility it needed. As for Porsche, it agreed to the deal as it was near bankruptcy at the time and simply needed the money.