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售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈

日本 Toyota 原廠在2019年於當地推出小改款《Toyota C-HR》時替車系追加運動化路線的 《Toyota C-HR GR Sport》,今年這款運動化車型不僅擴展至歐洲,日前更宣布將正式進軍澳洲市場,也是 Toyota 在澳洲的首款GR Sport車型

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲Toyota  C-HR GR Sport為澳洲首款GR Sport車型。(圖片來源/Toyota,以下同)

以外觀來說,GR Sport以入門級C-HR GXL 2WD為基礎,增加了許多造型調整,為的是與標準版C-HR車型區分,其中包括更具侵略性的前保險槓(與GR Yaris極為相似)、19吋輪圈以及車身可看見鑲上 GR Sport 銘牌。同時為了提供更愉悅的動態駕駛體驗,升級了懸吊組件,使C-HR GR Sport車身高度比傳統版本低12毫米。

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲車型具運動感,並搭配19吋輪圈。

內裝部分則使用了運動方向盤、有GR Sport標誌的真皮材質運動座椅,標配清單則與GXL 2WD相同,例如 8 吋多媒體系統可支援連接 Apple CarPlay 和 Android Auto 系統、雙區恆溫空調、導航系統、無鑰匙進入,以及完整的駕駛輔助安全系統。

 

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲使用帶有GR Sport標誌的真皮材質運動座椅。

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲搭載娛樂系統及多項安全配備,提供駕駛與乘客良好的乘坐體驗。

雖然是以汽油動力的GXL 2WD前驅版為基礎,但GR Sport版的Hybrid油電複合動力系統,則採用源自旗艦的Koba油電版,透過1.8升汽油NA自然進氣引擎與電動馬達的組合搭配,能提供90kW最大動力輸出規格。

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲搭載1.8升汽油NA自然進氣引擎與電動馬達組合,能提供90kW最大動力輸出規格。

GR Sport共有八種顏色可選擇,若選擇大黃蜂黃色系和狂熱紅色系會與黑色的車頂呈現強烈對比,目前澳洲建議售價為 37,665 澳幣(約新台幣79萬元)。

售價不到 80 萬元!《Toyota C-HR GR Sport 》進軍澳洲市場 運動感更強烈▲黃色車身與黑色車頂形成強烈對比。

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JLR(JAGUAR LAND ROVER)積極佈局迎接電動車新時代,提供電動車主一年免費使用Noodoe全台環島充電網,賦予無虞的純電移動生活。既有與未來I-Pace車主皆享一年免費使用Noodoe全台環島充電網,先進的Noodoe EV OS雲端充電營運系統,提供電動車主智慧便利的充電服務。

為實踐Destination Zero「零排放、零事故、零壅塞」的品牌願景,Jaguar Land Rover Taiwan台灣捷豹路虎宣佈與台灣充電設備品牌Noodoe (拓連科技) 合作,提供既有與未來Jaguar I-Pace車主免費享有一年Noodoe全台環島充電網之會員資格,讓車主除了家用、經銷據點與公共充電外,只需一張會員充電卡,即可擁有一年免費使用Noodoe全台超過一百座的充電設施新選項,藉由Noodoe成熟的軟硬體設備挹注,為台灣捷豹路虎多元的充電網絡佈局開創全新里程碑。

此次台灣捷豹路虎與Noodoe合作,汲取Noodoe在美國市場運營的成功經驗,以及在台與日俱增的充電據點,加上旗下Noodoe EV OS系統,完美整合負載平衡技術與雲端控管技術,讓車主從打開手機APP找尋充電據點至抵達充電樁完成充電設定,皆可愜意規劃行程輕鬆完成操作,不僅大幅消弭既有車主對於長途旅行的里程焦慮,對於熱愛英倫工藝與嚮往前衛純電運動跑旅Jaguar I-Pace的潛在買家,勢將提升他們對於電動車的信心。而Noodoe充電設施涵蓋全台,針對飯店、知名景點縝密的充電樁佈局,將帶給車主更豐富的愉悅旅程和便利性。

在未來電動車世界,車廠與充電設施有著密不可分的相互依存關係。台灣捷豹路虎除了提供Jaguar I-Pace車主享有Noodoe全台充電設施一年免費充電外,亦提供行前預約即可免費使用全台經銷據點的DC直流 / AC交流充電設備,以及購車即贈送家用壁掛式充電器。未來也將積極與第三方合作,提供車主更多便利的充電設施解決方案。

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Volvo expects SUVs to account for a massive percentage of its global sales after it adds yet another model to the range, below the XC40 compact crossover.

“With the addition of a smaller SUV it will probably be higher [SUV share],” said Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson in an interview with Autonews Europe. “Maybe it will be three-quarters SUVs in the future.”

While he didn’t specify any time frame for when SUV shares would hit 75%, we can already tell you that through the first 11 months of 2020, SUVs accounted for 71% of all Volvo sales – up from 63% during the same period last year.

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The carmaker’s best-selling model this year has been the XC60 crossover, with 169,445 units making their way into the hands of new customers.

“There is a clear trend toward small premium SUVs. It is a very successful segment,” said the Volvo chief executive.

The new model, which according to Samuelsson will wear the XC-badge, will be fully electric and will ride on the Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA) developed alongside Geely.

“To really have the right cost structure on that we have to share the architecture,” he said. “We have a possibility to have a really competitive car in that size, also when it comes to profitability.”

Even though the Swedish brand has yet to specify when this new SUV will go on sale, we know that Lynk & CO will launch its own SEA-based model (a production version of the Zero Concept), sometime next year.

Volvo is aiming to launch one electric vehicle each year, starting with the XC40 Recharge – the latter will actually share its underpinnings with the next-year’s fully electric debut.

“For Volvo to be profitable we need to focus on higher price, more premium car segments. For customers who want lower priced cars we will recommend that they have a look at Lynk & CO. They will position their cars slightly under us.”

As for the possibility of adding a larger SUV than the XC90, the Volvo boss had this to say: “If we do that, we need to do it in a sustainable way. We need to make sure such a vehicle will be optimized for electrification. I think what will happen in the future is that SUVs will need to be more aerodynamic.”