(Audi Q8) The SQ8 comes with adaptive air suspension and Drive Select dynamic handling system as standards. Advanced suspension package is available as an optional extra, adding four-wheel steering, sport differential and electromechanical active anti-roll bars.
Styling differences include 21-inch alloy wheels, a revised, more aggressive bodykit, new rear diffuser with oval exhaust tips as standard. Larger 22-inch alloys, Matrix LED headlights, red brake calipers and carbon-ceramic brakes are available as optional extras.
The interior features leather and Alcantara-trimmed sports seats, stainless steel pedals, digital instrument cluster and centre-mounted screens which control infotainment, heating and air conditioning systems. Voice control, WiFi hotspot and Amazon Alexa, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support are standard.
Safety technology includes adaptive cruise control, traffic jam assist, active lane assist and a 360-degree camera. It includes a manoeuvring assist system which Audi claims to help soften low-speed parking collisions by applying small steering and braking corrections along with a kerb warning system which helps prevent damage to the alloys. Deliveries in the UK started in September 2019. lotus wallpapers, lamborghini, lambo wallpapers, Audi Q8 wallpapers, toyota wallpapers
(Mitsubishi Lancer WRC)WRC
The Lancer Evolution WRC is powered by the same 1996 cc 4G63 engine that has been used in its sports and rally cars since the 1980s, in this iteration producing 300 PS (221 kW; 296 hp) at 5500 rpm and 540 N?m (398 lb?ft) at 3500 rpm. The car debuted at the 2001 Rallye Sanremo, after a relatively short development (Ralliart could not introduce the Lancer WRC later because of a contract they made with the FIA in 1999, which allowed them to run the old specification Lancers). The model was based on the then-new eighth generation Cedia model, of which the road-going Evolution VII is based on. The WRC rules allowed more freedom in most areas of the car, therefore the engineers were able to make changes to the car they couldn’t do to the older Group A Lancers. These changes included modifications to the engine and its surroundings (lighter internal parts, more rearward tilt to optimize the front weight distribution, new turbo and new exhaust system), but the most significant change was made to the suspensions: now both the front and rear suspensions were MacPhersons, and also bigger wheel arches were implanted, allowing more suspension travel. However, the drivetrain remained the same as before, and when Tommi M?kinen left the team at the end of 2001, the new drivers couldn’t get on with this special transmission, which required an aggressive left-foot braking approach. The original Evo WRC (sometimes referred to as Step1) was replaced with the Step2 from 2002 Finland onwards. Mitsubishi Lancer WRC wallpapers#BmwX5 #LamborghiniHuracan #DodgeCharger #bentley #AudiRS3