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The new PEUGEOT E-308 is offered for sale with a new, fully electric engine with 115 kW (156 HP) of power and 270 Nm of torque from the first moment of movement, providing instant acceleration responses. Thanks to the new engine, the E-308 offers a quiet, vibration-free and CO2-free ride.

The heat pump in the PEUGEOT E-308 optimizes range while maintaining a high level of performance with the instantaneous response typical of electric motors. A new generation technology, 54 kWh high voltage (51 kWh usage) battery is used.

The Lithium Ion battery in the E-308 operates with 375 volts and provides a range of 510-525 km in the city and 410-413 km in the combined range, according to the WLTP protocol. The E-308 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.5 seconds and has a maximum speed of 170 km/h.


The efficiency reference in the electric compact class!

Efficiency was the main focus for the engineers of the new PEUGEOT E-308. Extremely precise and detailed processes to reduce friction losses, such as engine, battery, aerodynamics, weight optimization and the use of class A tires, have enabled energy consumption to be reduced significantly.

The resulting consumption value of 15.1 kWh per 100 km means a new standard among fully electric vehicles in the C segment. In addition, in order to manage energy consumption as effectively as possible, the driver can choose his own driving mode from 3 different modes: “ECO”, “NORMAL” and “SPORT”. In addition, thanks to the “BRAKE” mode, deceleration can be increased when the accelerator pedal is released to optimize energy recovery; It can drive with one pedal.

The integrated three-phase charger comes as standard and has a power rating of 11 kW. The charging socket is compatible with all charging modes. The battery can be charged from zero to 80 percent in less than 30 minutes at a 100kW fast charging point. Charging time with Wallbox is completed from 0 to 80 percent in 5 hours.

The new PEUGEOT E-308 encourages the driver to drive calmly and safely; It supports it with new generation driving aids such as Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-Go Function that maintains a safe following distance, long-range Blind Spot Warning System that can detect up to 75 meters, and Rear Maneuver Traffic Warning System that makes life easier in reversing maneuvers.


It appeals to “Emotions” with its design!

The design of the new PEUGEOT E-308 is based on both PEUGEOT DNA and its dynamic and upscale world. The long front hood enhances the silhouette. Additionally, the brand’s new logo is proudly displayed in the middle of the grille. The overall optimization of the architecture contributes to the spaciousness of the interior.

At the front, the lion’s paw signature headlight design frames the Matrix Full LED headlights, seamlessly integrating the E-308 into the PEUGEOT family. Similarly, the triple lion claw LED taillights at the rear also emphasize brand affiliation. The new 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels are wrapped in 225/45 R18 tires and were developed specifically for the new PEUGEOT E-308.

These wheels were specifically designed to optimize aerodynamic efficiency and performance. GT equipment also includes special GT Design Gloss Chrome Front Grille, Gloss Black Rear Bumper Insert and Body Color Rear Spoiler, Gloss Black Luggage Strip, Underbody Extensors, Body Color Door Handles and Gloss Black Side Mirrors, Electric, Heated, Automatic Folding, LED Signal Side Mirrors and Darkened Rear Windows are offered.

The new PEUGEOT E-308 weighs 1,684 kg and is 4367 mm long, 1859 mm wide and 1481 mm high. While the wheelbase is 2675 mm, the front track width is 1560 mm and the rear track width is 1552 mm. Luggage volume is 361 liters. Among 7 different body color options, you can choose one of Olivine Green, Selenium Grey, Techno Grey, Pearl Black, Okenit White, Elixir Red and Vertigo Blue.


Exciting interior!

New PEUGEOT E-308It is equipped with the new generation PEUGEOT i-Cockpit, which makes life in the cabin even more enjoyable for the driver and passengers. The compact, heated steering wheel supports driving pleasure and provides superior driving agility. The 3-D, digital and raised dashboard can be personalized.

The 10-inch touchscreen multimedia screen offers the opportunity to manage the infotainment system and other vehicle functions without taking your eyes off the road. With carefully selected materials and meticulous workmanship, the fully configurable touchscreen i-Toggles and infotainment system PEUGEOT i-Connect technology make the driving experience more intuitive and unique.

The new PEUGEOT E-308 also includes a Sunroof, Smartphone Compartment, Aluminum Alloy Sports Steering Wheel Pedals, Alcantara Semi-Leather Fabric Upholstery, Seats with Adamite Green Stitching, Heated Front Seats, Armrest & Cup Holder Between the Front Seats, Electric Handbrake, Frameless Electrochrome. Rearview Mirror, 2nd Row Ventilation and Black Interior Headliner are offered as standard.

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Renault Group Announced its 2023 Year-End Financial Results

Renault Group continued to be the center of attention of its customers thanks to its successfully renewed product range. In the list of best-selling cars in Europe in 2023, two vehicles of Renault Group were in the top 3, while the Renault brand rose from 5th to 2nd place.



Renault Group continued to be the center of attention of its customers thanks to its successfully renewed product range. In the list of best-selling cars in Europe in 2023, two vehicles of Renault Group were in the top 3, while the Renault brand rose from 5th to 2nd place.

  • In the Renault Group, there was a strong recovery at record levels in all financial statements in 2023.
  • Turnover in the first half of 2023 is 52.4 billion euros with an increase of 13% compared to 2022 and a 17% increase when fixed exchange rates are taken into account.
  • Record Group operating profit: 4.1 billion euros or 7.9% of revenue (an increase of 2.4 percentage points compared to 2022), an increase of 1.5 billion euros compared to 2022.
  • Record automotive operating profit: 3.1 billion euros or 6.3% of revenue (up 3.0 points compared to 2022), an increase of 1.6 billion euros compared to 2022.
  • Net profit: an increase of 3.0 billion euros compared to 2022 2.3 billion euros net profit was achieved.
  • Record free cash flow: Free cash flow of 3.0 billion euros was achieved, an increase of 0.9 billion euros compared to 2022.
  • Automotive net cash financial position at the highest levels: As of December 31, 2023 3.7 billion euros (an increase of 3.2 billion euros compared to December 31, 2022).
  • ROCE (Return on Capital Employed) more than doubled: 28.5% in 2023, 12.6% in 2022
  • Fiscal Year 2023 exceeded financial expectations:
2022 2023
2023 Raised


2023 change compared to 2022
Group operating profit 5.5% ≥6% 7% to 8% 7.9% +2.4 points
free cash flow €2.1bn ≥€2.0bn ≥€2.5bn €3.0bn +€0.9bn

Renault Group CEO Luca de Meo made a statement regarding the financial data for the end of 2023 He said: “Today Renault Group announced record results. These figures, which are the result of a tremendous team effort, reflect the success of our Renaution strategy. We have stronger foundations than ever before, and we won’t stop there. In 2024, we will launch an unprecedented number of vehicles as a result of the Renault Group’s renewal process, while continuing to optimize our financial structure.

At the same time, we are leading the Group’s in-depth transformation at an incredible pace by accelerating our electric vehicle (EV) and software strategy, with the important steps we have taken in our major projects. Our organizational structure, which provides flexibility and high performance, gives us great strength in a challenging market. I would like to thank the teams for these successes. “Together, we are creating a new Renault Group that is much more efficient and high-performing, creating value for all stakeholders.”

The product offensive and rapid reduction in costs, with 10 launches in 2024, will be the driving force of operational performance and strong cash generation. Renault Group aims to achieve the following in 2024:

  • Group A operating profit at least 7.5%
  • Free cash flow of more than 2.5 billion euros
  • At the Annual General Meeting on 16 May 2024, in the amount of 1.85 euros (an increase of 1.60 euros per share) against a dividend of 0.25 euros per share for the 2022 financial year. a significantly higher dividend offer will be made.
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SEAT Ibiza turns 40

SEAT Ibiza, which was introduced to the market in 1984 and won hearts with its five different generations, became the brand’s best-selling model with a sales performance of more than 6 million units.



SEAT Ibiza, which was introduced to the market in 1984 and won hearts with its five different generations, became the brand’s best-selling model with a sales performance of more than 6 million units.

SEAT Ibiza celebrates 40 years of continuous innovation since its launch in 1984. The model, which is a turning point in the company’s success, has reached a sales figure of more than 6 million units in its five generations.

By combining the latest technologies and innovations in a car that is accessible to everyone, SEAT Ibiza has created great value, especially for young customers.

SEAT Ibiza MK 1: A new beginning (1984-1993)

The first generation SEAT Ibiza was a turning point for the company: it was the beginning of a journey that the brand would now continue as an independent manufacturer.

In the process of creating the MK1, which is the first car developed by the brand without a technology partner, in addition to in-house expertise, the expertise of partners such as Giorgetto Giugiaro in exterior design, Karmann in interior design and Porsche in powertrain was utilized.

SEAT Ibiza

MK 2: The birth and growth of Martorell (1993-2002)

The second generation SEAT Ibiza was launched in the early 1990s. The car, which was also designed by Giorgio Giugiaro in close cooperation with the Martorell Design Center, adopted an aesthetic approach with more rounded lines and an emphasis on aerodynamics and sportiness.

The biggest impact of the car, which featured more advanced equipment and more mechanical innovations, was that SEAT moved its headquarters in Martorell one step further. The launch of the car, whose engineering processes were completed at the Martorell Technical Center, marked the beginning of factory operations at these facilities. This development was a major turning point for SEAT.

SEAT Ibiza

MK 3: Engineering, efficiency, power and dynamism (2001-2009)

Introduced at the Bologna Motor Show in 2001, the third generation Ibiza signaled a significant advance in production quality, engineering, dynamic performance and design language.

Legendary designer Walter de Silva worked with the Martorell Design Center to bring new energy and sportiness to the product range. The undeniably striking silhouette of the third-generation SEAT Ibiza emphasized the car’s increased agility.

Thanks to the new “Agile Chassis concept” used throughout SEAT Ibiza’s product range, the car has gained extraordinary dynamic capabilities. Performance features have been further increased by raising the power bar with engines up to 130PS.

MK 4: Design meets technology (2008-2017)

SEATtook a new approach for the fourth generation Ibiza. Building on previous versions, the development team aimed to combine a new design language with the most innovative technologies available. While these studies continued, the 25th anniversary of the start of production of the car was celebrated in 2009.

In addition to the debut of designer Luc Donckerwolke’s “Arrow Design” concept at the front, the use of sharp geometric lines and the evolution of the brand’s classic “Dynamic Line” towards the sides have given the new Ibiza a distinctly sporty appearance. This model was introduced to the market with a 3- and 5-door body, as well as a station wagon version.

SEAT Ibiza

MK 5: Digital revolution (2017-present)

The fifth generation Ibiza was designed to meet the changing demands of customers: it had to preserve the style, passion and dynamism that the brand represents, while also making Ibiza part of the era of environmental awareness and digitalisation.

Developed in Barcelona on a completely new platform – the Volkswagen Group’s MQB-A0 platform – the SEAT Ibiza offered superior technological content, driving dynamics and comfort. Designed by Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos, the Ibiza’s silhouette perfectly reflected the SEAT DNA, characterized by the full LED triangular headlights and the double protrusions on the sides of the body.

The fifth generation became the safest model in the history of the brand. New advanced driver assistance systems such as Lane Assist, Side Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition ensure safety regardless of driving conditions. Journey Assistant technology provides semi-automatic driving regardless of speed, providing confidence on both long and short journeys.

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Opel Celebrates its 125th Year in Automobile Production!

Opel was purchased by Adam Opel’s son Wilhelm in 1899, when he bought Anhaltische Motorwagenfabrik and started automobile production, and has maintained its leadership in the industry ever since.



Opel was purchased by Adam Opel’s son Wilhelm in 1899, when he bought Anhaltische Motorwagenfabrik and started automobile production, and has maintained its leadership in the industry ever since.

2024 represents a very special year in the field of electric mobility for the German automotive giant. This year, for the first time in the brand’s history, a fully electric version of every model will be offered.

Rüsselsheim-based Opel also stands out for laying the foundations of innovative and future-oriented mobility 125 years ago.

In 1899, after Wilhelm, son of company founder Adam Opel, signed a contract to purchase the “Anhaltische Motorwagenfabrik” (motor vehicle factory) from Friedrich Lutzmann, which was the starting signal for automobile production, previously a successful sewing machine and bicycle manufacturer. The brand has ventured into completely new territory for the company.


More than 75 million vehicles met on the roads in 125 years!

In 125 years, more than 75 million vehicles from all production facilities in Europe hit the roads. Today, the new generation Astra, one of the best-selling models, is also produced in Rüsselsheim.

While the brand, which directs the future, celebrates the 125th anniversary of automobile production, it brings together advanced technologies, electric power unit and emission-free powertrain with the innovative and compact class model Astra.

Thus, today, as in every period, brand models with the most advanced technology hit the roads from the production line in Rüsselshem.


Late 1890s: From sewing machines and bicycles to automobiles

The company’s success story began in 1862. Adam Opel laid the foundations of the company by producing the first sewing machine in Rüsselsheim. It quickly became one of Germany’s largest sewing machine manufacturers and exported to all of Europe.

He took his next successful step on a bicycle. The first “penny-farthing” bicycle was produced in Rüsselsheim in 1886, making the company one of the first bicycle manufacturers in Germany. In parallel with automobile production in the 1920s, it became the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world. Behind this success were the sons of company founder Adam.

They were the ones who made radical changes in motor transportation within the company. Due to the decline of the bicycle trade in the 1890s, the brothers came across the automobile while looking for new products. Fritz and Wilhelm visited the first German Motor Show in Berlin in 1897 and met Friedrich Lutzmann there. The master designer had been producing motor vehicles since 1894 and thus had the experience the brothers were looking for. He invited the brothers to his factory in Dessau; Here Fritz and Wilhelm immediately realized the automobile production potential that Lutzmann offered them.


First advertisements of new models

Although they initially considered cooperation, the brothers later made Lutzmann an attractive offer for the entire production, including land, buildings and workshop equipment.

Wilhelm on January 21, 1899 opel and Friedrich Lutzmann, and the factory became the property of Opel. The entire company, including employees and machines, was moved from Dessau to its headquarters in Rüsselsheim. Lutzmann was appointed sales manager of Adam Opel Motorfahrzeug-Fabrik.

This appointment took over production and patents, meaning that Opel immediately gained many years of experience in motor vehicle production. Afterwards, Lutzmann and selected employees brought from Opel’s bicycle production began producing cars under the Opel name in a specially constructed building. The first advertisements for the new models appeared as early as the spring of 1899 and carried the slogan “Opel automobiles are the best.”

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