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Full of the latest technology! 10 high-tech SUVs
In the United States, when buying a car, "large is also small" is a cliché.
SUVs and pickup trucks continue to be popular. Crossover SUVs have become popular in Japan in recent years.
Even though they are SUVs, each has its own characteristics. This time, let's introduce an SUV full of cutting-edge functions.
1. Volvo XC90: Characterized by comfort and luxury, but not only. For example, it is equipped with various high-tech functions such as a 360-degree camera that allows you to check the surroundings of the car with four cameras.
The Park Assist Pilot operates the steering wheel on behalf of the driver when parking.
Equipped with various safety functions that Volvo is proud of, such as a function that automatically activates the brakes in an emergency, a function that detects pedestrians and cyclists, and a function that detects oncoming vehicles when turning right.
It has three rows of seats and seven passengers.
There are three types of engines. The 2.0-liter supercharger and turbo engine has a maximum output of 320 horsepower. There is also a plug-in hybrid engine. The selling price in Japan starts from 7,990,000 yen (tax included).
2. Audi Q7: Full model change from the first model. The high-tech aspect has been greatly strengthened and the safety function has been enhanced.
Equipped with a number of driving support functions such as active lane assist that maintains the driving lane, acceleration / deceleration during traffic jams on the highway, and traffic jam assist that assists steering wheel operation.
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There is no conventional meter, and a 12.3-inch high-resolution display displays speedometers, tachometers, maps, etc. You can also optionally choose a heads-up display that displays navigation in the front window.
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Three-row seats can be arranged in various ways. You can also choose a panoramic sunroof made up of two pieces of glass.
The selling price in Japan starts from 8.04 million yen (tax included).
Tesla Model X: It features a sophisticated design such as a Falcon wing door that opens and closes vertically. However, the feature of Model X is the advanced automatic driving function that Tesla is proud of.
Eight cameras and 12 ultrasonic sensors detect the surroundings. Also read speed signs.
The 17-inch touch screen allows you to open and close the door and trunk. It also displays maps and navigation information.
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It boasts the largest area in its class.
There are three models, P75, 100D and P100D, and the P100D equipped with Ludicrous mode accelerates to 100 km / h in 3.1 seconds. The selling price in Japan starts from 10.41 million yen (tax included).
4. Range Rover SV Motorcycle Ography Dynamic: Equipped with a 550 horsepower V8 supercharged engine.
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Although it is not a three-row seat, the independent rear seat is equipped with a reclining function and a massage function.
The selling price in Japan starts from 24.05 million yen (tax included).
5. Bentley Bentayga: The company's first SUV. The engine is W12.
Equipped with various driving support functions.
An 8-inch display is on the back of the front row seats.
All seats are equipped with a massage function. The rear seat has a reclining function and a footrest.
A huge engine accelerates a large body to 100 km / h in 4.1 seconds. The maximum speed is 301 km. The selling price in Japan starts from 27.39 million yen (tax included).
6. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV: Equipped with various safety functions such as a function to prevent sudden start due to incorrect pedal depression.
There are three driving modes: EV driving, series driving (driving only with the motor using the power generated by the engine), and parallel driving (motor assisting the engine), and the vehicle automatically selects according to the road conditions.
Smartphone-linked display Audio is compatible with Android and iOS, and smartphones can be easily connected.
The selling price in Japan starts from about 3.66 million yen (tax included).
7. Lincoln MKX: Equipped with semi-automatic driving functions such as Park Assist.
Four cameras detect the surrounding situation. You can use the app to start the engine, lock and unlock the door, and more.
Options such as a large sunroof and a luxurious audio system are also available.
The selling price in Japan starts from 6.65 million yen (tax included).
8. Audi Q5: If you're considering a crossover SUV, we also recommend the recently fully remodeled Q5.
12.3-inch high-resolution display displays speedometer, tachometer, map, etc. The display content can be switched from the handle. The center console has an 8.3-inch infotainment system. Can be linked with smartphones.
Equipped with advanced functions such as emergency automatic braking, lane keeping, and traffic jam assist.
The selling price in Japan starts from 6.62 million yen (tax included).
9. Maserati Levante: The company's first SUV. Equipped with many advanced functions such as lane keeping, traffic sign recognition, and emergency automatic braking.
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An 8.4-inch touch screen in the center of the dashboard. Compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
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The selling price in Japan starts from about 10.91 million yen (tax included).
10. Chevrolet Volt: With an EV crossover, you can't miss the Chevrolet Bolt. The cruising range is 240 miles (about 390 km).
Compared to the Volvo XC90, it has less high-tech equipment, but it's reasonable considering the price. However, it has a digital instrument panel, lane keep, and wireless charging function for smartphones.
The price starts from $ 36,620 (about 5.4 million yen) (not yet released in Japan).