Juicy Information About the Lamborghini, Jaguar XF Sportbrake, and More
Here are a few interesting news about what makes a great Lambo, why Jaguar’s chief wants to make a statement to America with the XF Sportbrake, and some future technology we can expect from Honda, LG, and Renault.
How to Make a Proper Lamborghini
How do you make a compelling Lambo, and not just any vehicle? Commercial director Federico Foschini shares his thoughts on what he observed was the hook that keeps customers wanting more. “If we can deliver design, performance and emotion, then we will meet the expectations of our customers,” Foschini explained. “They are our real DNA – and anything we launch must deliver on them.”
Convincing America with the Jaguar XF Sportbrake
Ian Callum, Jaguar’s design director, says that the XF Sportbrake look more appealing than its saloon counterpart. He explained there were a lot of business hurdles prior the creation of the Sportbrake, but mentioned how CEO Ralf Speth “wanted this car to happen.” Callum also confessed that the Sportbrake was “a bit of an anomaly” in the United States, which happens to be the brand’s biggest market. “We hope to convince America this is a very cool car,” Callum said.
Honda Cells Keep Going
Honda chief Takahiro Hachigo says that fuel cells create the cleanest, most sustainable solution for the future, given the fact that they make their own power on-board. With that argument, the brand says they will keep pushing with the development of the said technology no matter the cost.
LG and Renault Joins Forces
LG and Renault are joining forces to add a unique infotainment system that will tell you if a toilet in a nearby service station is out of order. They worked to create a control system for the Renault Symbioz concept car, which boasts technology on essential information on upcoming rest areas. Service stations will provide data, mentioning if there’s available parking space and if they offer coffee among many others.