The future of mobility is shifting to environmental-friendly, autonomous, connected, and personalized vehicles. To stay on top of the mobility industry trends, manufacturers explore ways to create smart automated vehicles and utilize innovative technologies.
The Changan CS75 is a compact crossover produced by Changan Automobile. Debuted during the 2013 Guangzhou Auto Show and launched on the Chinese auto market in 2014, the original Changan CS75 received a facelift in 2018 and an additional PHEV model in the same year. The Changan CS75 Plus debuted on the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show and was launched on the Chinese auto market in 2019 while the original CS75 model remains in production and on the market. As of November 2020, the \"Millionth Edition\" first generation CS75 based on the 2018 facelift model was announced. The second generation CS75 Plus was introduced for the 2022 model year with updated powertrain and revised design.
The Changan CS75 debuted on the 2013 Guangzhou Auto Show and was launched on the Chinese auto market in 2014. Pricing for the CS75 ranges from 108,800 yuan to 143,800 yuan slotting above the compact Changan CS55 and the mid-size Changan CS95.
The Changan CS75 Plus debuted on the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show and was launched on the Chinese auto market in 2019. The CS75 Plus is available with a 1.5-litre turbo engine producing 178 hp (133 kW; 180 PS) horsepower labeled 280T, and a sportier 2.0-litre turbo engine model producing 233 hp (174 kW; 236 PS) labeled 360T.  The CS75 Plus will be sold alongside its predecessor, with the CS75 being positioned sightly lower in the product range.
Features: 132 MPGe (miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent) Estimated charging cost per year: $500 Up to 334 miles on a single charge Max speed: 145 mph Accelerate from 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds Max power: 430 hp Full self-driving capability (autopilot, auto lane change, autopark, and more) with a $12,000 upgrade Price: $42,990 (rear wheel drive), $53,990 (dual-motor, AWD)
Say you forget to tap your card on your Tesla to lock it -- the car has a walk-away feature that detects when you walk away and locks automatically (watch YouTuber POGAuto demonstrate here). If you leave the windows open, the car will automatically close them for you when it locks. You can also control the car from the Tesla app, opening and closing the trunk, flashing the lights just in case you're in a dark space and need to locate it, and much more. If you've ever had that moment of \"oh no, I think I left my trunk open,\" this is the car for you.
The standard model comes with Chevy Safety Assist, which has front pedestrian braking, forward collision alert, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, distance indicator for a vehicle you're following, and auto high beams that adjust to traffic conditions. That's a considerable amount of value for the standard model price tag.
Chevy will install a Level 2 charging outlet in your home for free if you purchase or lease a 2022 Bolt EV or EUV. If you go on a road trip, download the myChevrolet mobile app to calculate when and where you'll need to charge along the way -- and find those needed charging stations, too. The app uses the vehicle's current battery level and real-time weather to alert you when to stop and charge the car when you're on the road. It also automatically changes its recommendations when driving conditions change.
You can get the Model 3 with rear-wheel drive or dual motor all-wheel drive. Adding enhanced autopilot costs $6,000 and full self-driving capability costs $15,000. The Model 3 long range will be available this year.
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