Does a sporty saloon really have to look like a saloon? Or can it look rather more athletic? With a taut roof line, for example, that displays a sleek and harmonious contour more likely to be associated with a two-seater?
The silhouette and proportions of the new
The wheelbase is 3 cm longer than that of the predecessor – the shorter overhang at the front and the longer overhang at the rear lend visual dynamism. The more prominent sculpting of the side creates the customary
A stunning identifying feature at the front: LED main headlights with four-spot daytime running lights. Distinguishing features in Acid Green: brake callipers, instrument cluster pointers, border of the "e-hybrid" logos on the front doors and the model designation on the tailgate.
Characteristic features of all
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