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Toyota 在上週透露 e-TNGA 平台的預告,出現一張中型 SUV 級距的車身側面輪廓圖,根據外媒掌握的情報指出,這款車名可能會以 「BZ」 取名。

Toyota 的電動車平台 e-TNGA,旗下車款可能以 BZ 為名。(圖片來源:Toyota)

早在今年 5 月時,Toyota 註冊新商標的消息就被發現到,其中就出現 「BZ」這名字,由於 1991 年的 Corolla,其旅行車就是 Corolla BZ Touring,因此當時推論可能是旅行車的機率較高。

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外媒《Autoexpress》指出,Toyota 過去幾個月,註冊了從 BZ1 到 BZ5 的商標,他們推測這是針對全新的純電動車所規劃的,BZ 一字,其實是「Beyond Zero」的縮寫,也是代表 Toyota 進軍零排放汽車的宣示。

此為外媒的對於 Toyota 電動車的預覽圖。(圖片來源:截取自 Autoexpress)

《Autoexpress》也公布 BZ 的預覽圖,已無水箱護罩設計的車頭,搭配黑車頂的雙色車身,搭配較低的車高,輪拱部分也有大量的防刮飾條

不只是 Toyota 使用 e-TNGA 平台,包括 Subaru 的 Evoltis 純電動車也會使用該平台打造。

目前根據的資料顯示,e-TNGA 平台所搭配的電池組,續航力從 300 公里起跳,最長可提供 599 公里的續航力,不過尚未經 Toyota 證實。 

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對於台灣上市的新車而言,6 氣囊加 ESC 車身動態穩定系統幾乎是基本,甚至還有許多輔助駕駛配備。但並非每個地區都有這樣的配置,近期 Ford 一款小車,雖然配備氣囊,但送去撞擊測試,結果慘不忍睹,拿了 0 顆星的成績。

撞測 0 顆星的 Ford Ka Sedan相片集(function(){var album_arr = {};album_arr.no = '1904';album_arr.path = '/Upload/auto/bphoto/thumb/2020/12/12/';album_arr.photos = [['24366','20201212-24366-1.png'],['24367','20201212-24367-2.png'],['24368','20201212-24368-3.png'],['24369','20201212-24369-4.png'],['24370','20201212-24370-5.png'],['24371','20201212-24371-6.png'],['24372','20201212-24372-7.png'],['24373','20201212-24373-8.png']];album_show(album_arr);})();

這一款 Ford Ka 小車,是在巴西相當暢銷的車款,近期接受 Latin NCAP 撞擊測試,送測的為 Sedan 房車版本,該車的安全配備為前座雙氣囊,但並無 ESC。

Ford Ka 小車,雖然在巴西相當熱銷,但安全性卻是不及格。

Ka 進行正面撞擊時速 64 公里,以及側面碰撞時速 50 公里,結果連一顆星都拿不到,以「0」顆星收場。 

Latin NCAP 也公布 Ford Ka 的保護成績表現,對車內成人的保護僅 34%,對兒童的保護更僅有 9%,對路人的保護為 50%,安全輔助部分僅 7%。

除了撞擊測試 0 顆星,Ford Ka 在乘員的安全防護上也一面倒的差。

如此慘烈的防護表現,也讓 Latin NCAP 秘書長 Alejandro Furas 看不下去,直言「應該拒絕那些在其他地方提供一流安全配備,但在拉丁美洲卻提供如此糟糕安全配備的車廠」,「Latin NCAP 鼓勵 Ford 盡快將安全性提高到 6 氣囊與標配 ESC,以保護車內成人與小孩。」

對於這次的 0 顆星結果,Ford 也有所回應,承諾將會推出有側氣囊與 ESC 的 Ka。 

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This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Renault Clio. The French supermini is one of the most successful cars ever sold in Europe, with over 15 million units made since the original model came out in 1990.

Renault Clio I

Designed as a replacement for the successful Renault 5, the first-gen Clio was unveiled at the 1990 Paris Motor Show.

In 1991, it won the European Car of the Year title, with jurors recognizing it as the best new vehicle that was launched in the Old Continent thanks to its “remarkable styling, strong quality levels, generous cabin space and unprecedented equipment for a model of this size”.

The RT 1.4-liter five-door variant was equipped with remote central locking, electric front windows and a stereo radio/cassette player. Other versions included the RL 1.2-liter three-door, 1.9-liter diesel, 1.8-liter, 16-valve RSi hot hatch and the 2.0-liter, 148 HP (150 PS) Clio Williams.

Renault Clio II

Production of the Clio I ended in 1998, when Renault introduced the Clio II. Featuring a new design and larger footprint, which resulted in a more spacious cabin, it had larger seats and a suspension tuned for comfort.

The weight was kept in check with then advanced engineering solutions, as some variants featured an aluminum bonnet, composite front fenders and polycarbonate headlight covers.

The Clio was the first subcompact model offered with front side airbags and ABS, and it was also available with seatbelt pretensioners and power steering.

The engine lineup comprised of 1.2-, 1.4- and 1.6-liter gasoline units and a 1.9-liter diesel, as well as the sporty, 170 HP (172 PS) Clio RS. A 1.6-liter 16-valve petrol mill was introduced in 2000, and the rest of the range was eventually upgraded to 16V lumps that provided increased performance and better fuel economy.

In 2000, the second-gen Clio was updated with a revised instrument cluster and standard passenger airbag. In 2001 Renault added even more gear, such as the new bumpers, optional xenon headlights, digital climate control and satellite navigation system, as well as a new 1.5-liter turbodiesel. In the same year, the mid-engined, rear-wheel drive Clio V6 Renault Sport was launched with a Laguna-sourced, 226 HP (230 PS) 3.0-liter V6 engine placed behind the front seats.

More styling tweaks were performed inside and out by 2004, and the Clio RS was turned into the 182, with 179 HP (182 PS) and two chassis options, standard and Cup.

Renault Clio III

In 2005, the Clio II was replaced by the Clio III. The latest iteration came with sharper styling, better interior quality, improved cabin space and more equipment. For the first time it was available with a hands-free keycard and push-button start, alongside an advanced GPS system, active cruise control with speed limiter and others.

The third-gen Clio was the first supermini to score a five-star Euro NCAP rating thanks to its advanced active and passive safety.

An estate version, called the Sport Tourer, was also introduced for this iteration, with a longer wheelbase compared to the regular hatchback, and a new Renault Sport variant was launched with 197 HP (200 PS).

The Clio III was named the European Car of the Year in 2006.

Renault Clio IV

Inspired by the DeZir concept and penned by Laurens van den Acker, the Clio IV was presented in 2012 with a significantly longer wheelbase, new design and technology features such as the R-Link touchscreen infotainment system and full LED front lighting.

The engine lineup included the usual TCe petrol and dCi diesel engines, and the Clio RS came with a 197 HP (200 PS) turbocharged 1.6-liter engine and a six-speed dual-clutch transmission for the first time.

Renault Clio V

The current Clio was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and entered production last year. It too was awarded a five-star rating by the Euro NCAP car and is offered with modern petrol and diesel engines and the new E-Tech self-charging hybrid powertrain.

Renault’s latest supermini can be had with a 9.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system and 10-inch TFT driver information display and boasts improved interior comfort and space and the biggest boot in its class, at 391 liters (13.8 cu-ft).

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