Generation after generation

It was back in 1997 when Lexus introduced the Luxury SUV concept to the world offering what was to become the rising sun brand's most successful model. High-level technological contents are featured also on the fifth series, with hybrid engine systems, including plug-in

Future era

Picking up from where Nissan’s Leaf left off, the Japanese giant entrusts the new Ariya with the task of fully electrifying mass mobility. Comfortable rather than sporty, its Intelligent Mobility technology enables high standards of functionality with ProPilot driver assistance

Forerunner of a new era

The C40 ushers in a new era of fully electrified Volvo vehicles. The Swedish brand's first zero-emission car shares the platform of the XC40 Recharge hybrid, expanding its “green” vision

Music on the road

Part city car part MPV, the fourth generation Jazz stays true to its aesthetic standards, introducing hybrid power and HEV as a more sustainable solution

Asian style

This is how Korean cars have been able to set new quality standards, with warranties extended to 7 years or 150,000 km, just like the Kia Ceed, sedan and station wagon, which has been on the European market for over 17 years and has recently been updated

Japanese comfort

he premium SUV gets an almost complete makeover, while remaining true to itself. New features and hybrid engines, including a plug-in unit, besides comprehensive equipment such as flashy 18- and 20-inch wheels 

Growing family of large cats

An evocative name from the past for a car projected into the future. The new Puma reflects the latest requirements for all-round mobility, a sporty yet eco-friendly demeanour

Felini in crescita

Un nome evocativo che viene dal passato, per una vettura proiettata al futuro. Con la nuova Puma i contenuti rispecchiano le più attuali necessità di una mobilità a tutto campo, anche sportiveggiante e con un accento eco-friendly

Changing to stay the same

The turbocharged hybrid combination relaunches Suzuki's most popular sport utility, heir to the SX4 and with a history spanning three generations. True to itself, designed in Japan, engineered in Italy and assembled in Hungary

Evolution of the species

Catenaccio: By raising the Impreza's platform, Subaru came up with the XV, more SUV than crossover thanks to 4wd, greater ground clearance and off-road ability. And following the 2021 restyling also a new e-Boxer hybrid powertrain.