2018 Range Rover VELAR VS Audi Elaine

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Range Rover VELAR VS Audi Elaine
Range Rover VELAR 2018 VS Audi Elaine 2018
2018 Range Rover VELAR VS 2018 Audi Elaine

2018 Range Rover VELAR:
The Land Rover Range Rover Velar brings a new dimension of glamour, modernity and elegance to the Range Rover family. Designed to fill the white space between Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport, Velar offers levels of luxury, refinement and all-terrain capability never before seen in the mid-size SUV segment. This is a new type of Range Rover for a new type of customer. Jaguar Land Rover UK Managing Director, Jeremy Hicks said: "The new Range Rover Velar is a stunning addition to the Range Rover family, it enhances a model line-up that originally defined the luxury SUV segment and continues to do so. Velar brings increased choice to new and existing customers in a growing SUV market. It leads the way in terms of design, usable technology, new materials and of course Land Rover's legendary go anywhere, do anything capability. The whole team is enormously excited about bringing the new Range Rover Velar to customers across the UK." Land Rover Range Rover Velar is defined by a visually reductive approach and meticulous attention to precision in every detail, which evolves the Range Rover DNA. Velar's design is beautifully balanced, from its powerful proportions to its continuous waist line through to the taut tapered lines of the rear. The generous wheelbase contributes significantly to its elegance while helping to provide a spacious interior....
https://www.netcarshow.com/land_rover/2018-range_rover_velar/

2018 Audi Elaine:
Audi Elaine and Aicon: Level 4 and 5 autonomous vehicles on the horizon for Audi. Elaine: Featuring 23-inch alloy wheels and the stance of an SUV, Elaine builds on the Audi e-tron Sportback concept with the addition of autonomous driving equipment. Measuring in at 4.9 metres and 1.98 metres wide, the Elaine concept sits around the same dimensions as the A7. Just like the recently revealed Audi A8, the interior features touchscreens with haptic feedback, while the wing mirrors are cameras, which project their display on to the door panels. Lighting comes in the form of Matrix LEDs, but most interesting is a dynamic LED lighting channel that projects light on to the road using Miniscule Digital Matrix projects. This is designed to help indicate to other drivers when the vehicle is in its autonomous mode. Powering the Elaine is a tri-motor electric configuration that houses one motor at the front and two at the rear. Producing 320kW of power (and up to 370kW of power during overboost), the Elaine will sprint from 0-100km/h in just 4.5 seconds. With a 95kWh battery pack on board, it’s capable of travelling some 500km with two charging options — fast charging at 150kW or wireless inductive charging. Where the Elaine steps up the game is with its level 4 autonomy features. Featuring a more powerful version of Audi’s zFAS controller, the car will be capable of extending the level 3 autonomy features of the A8 beyond 60km/h to 130km/h, where the car will be able to drive entirely on its own. Elaine can change lanes automatically, pass other cars and even leave the highway and continue driving on its own. Arguably the coolest part, though, is that it can be left in an AI (Artificial Intelligence) Zone, where the car can leave and do things on its own. These include things like car parks, the car wash, a parking garage or even away to a remote area without you inside the car. It’s exciting stuff and comes in a car with an impressive concept design. Being an Audi, it’s likely to be somewhat more sedate when it’s finally launched....
http://www.caradvice.com.au/582856/audi-elaine-and-aicon-autonomous-cars-revealed-levels-4-and-5-coming/
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