On the 6th of December our CTI TEST DRIVE 2019 begins

and we are looking forward to promulgate you the final car line-up.

The CTI TEST DRIVE gives you the opportunity to compare up-to-date drivetrain developments while getting questions answered by engineers on site. The ADAC Driving Safety Centre Berlin-Brandenburg is a shut off area, which offers all participants the possibility to experience drivetrains in their complete width. We will departure with the shuttle bus from the Estrel Hotel at 08:30 a.m and will start of the ride & drive at 10:30 a.m. A small number of free spaces are still available. Don’t miss the chance to test the cars of tomorrows generation!

The following vehicles and more are available during the CTI TEST DRIVE 2018

  • VALEO Powertrain
  • Jaguar_I-PACE
  • Mercedes-Benz-eVito
  • Ford-Fiesta-ST
  • BMW-M3
  • Volve-XC90
  • S560e
  • Infinity-QX50
  • Mercedes-Benz-A220

 

BMW I8 CoupéBMW M850i xDrive CoupéCadillac CT6BMW M3 Twinster Demo Car from GKN DrivelineVolvo XC90T8 from GKN DrivelineJaguar I-PACE EV400Ford Fiesta STAudi Q5 from BorgWarnerINFINITY QX50 from Jatco FranceMercedes-Benz A220dMercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell Plug-InMercedes-Benz S 650ePorsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport TurismoMercedes-Benz eVito48V PHEV – Volkswagen Golf VIITOYOTA MIRAIOpel Insignia GSIOpel Corsa GSIOpel Combo

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 4,4
Special features of the vehicle:
Street coupled Plug-In Hybrid (e-AWD); Full e-Drive and full Hybrid-Drive Capabilities: Boost, (Brake-) Recuperation, Engine-off Sailing; Connected Drive.

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 3,7
Special features of the vehicle: xDrive, M Sport differential

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 5,7
Special features of the vehicle: Magnetic ride system, active rear axle steering
system, Bose Panaray audio system

BMW-M3Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 4,3
Special features of the vehicle:

  • 1st primary driven Twinster axle in RWD in a high
  • powered sporty vehicle
  • Increased Twinster torque level for superior torque vectoring
  • Sailing function for enhanced fuel saving
  • Potential replacement of gearbox clutch
  • Series-1-production demo car.

Volve-XC90

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 5,6
Special features of the vehicle: GKN eTwinster Technology

Jaguar_I-PACE

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 4,8
Special features of the vehicle: With all-wheel drive, 294 kW (400 hp) and 696 Nm at maximum torque the Jaguar I-PACE delivers a literally electrifying performance. The fully retrievable performance lets the I-PACE sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds. The state-of-the-art 90 kW lithium-ion battery with 432 pouch cells is chosen its high energy density and superior heatsinking properties and gives the new I-PACE a range of 480 kilometres (WLTP cycle).

Owners will be able to recharge the battery from zero to 80 percent in 40 minutes with a 100 kW DC fast charging station; if you are in hurry, you can “refuel” in the same way 100 kilometres within 15 minutes. A suite of smart range-optimising technologies includes a battery preconditioning system. When plugged in, the I-PACE will automatically raise (or lower) the temperature of its battery to maximise range ahead of driving. Prepare for a journey using the Remote app to preheat or cool the cabin and battery while plugged in, using zero battery power and maximising range.

Ford-Fiesta-STAcceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 6,5
Special features of the vehicle:

  • 3 selectable Drive Modes
  • Enhanced Torque Vectoring
  • Active Valve Exhaust
  • Auto Start-Stop
  • Euro 6d Temp
  • Variable Displacement Engine

Special features of the vehicle:
Variable Spring Absorber Demonstrator Vehicle: The original powertrain is equipped with a boosted 4 cylinder Diesel engine and a state-of-the art DMF and centrifugal pendulum absorber system. The target was to replace the existing absorber system, with
Variable Spring Absorber (VSA) to further improve NVH performance and functionality. The torsional Vibration isolation performance is excellent from lowest engine speed on, even with practically no clutch slip.

Infinity-QX50Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 6,3 Special features of the vehicle: North American version. 1st serial VCR engine, mounted with the JATCO CVT8 high torque – high performances and very good fuel economy. The CVT is the ideal transmission to match with VCR engine thanks to the ratio progressivity and flexibility it provides

Mercedes-Benz-A220Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 7,0

Special features of the vehicle: With the vehicles presented at the IAA, a lithium-ion battery is used for the first time in an electric vehicle with fuel cell as an additional energy source, which can be charged externally via plug-in technology. In an intelligent interplay, the two energy sources drive the lectric motor and offer local emission-free driving pleasure. The high range, short refuelingtimes, a performance of 147 kW (200 hp) and the latest generation of assistance systems with drivespecific features demonstrate the fact that the GLC F-CELL is a fully-everyday and family-friendly electric vehicle that is ready for everyday use.

S560eAcceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 5,0
Special features of the vehicle: The advanced components and the new predictive
functions of intelligent drive management bring the customer increased electrical performance and, last but not least, a plus in comfort due to shorter charging times. The luxury sedan provides the efficiency of the 9G TRONIC plug-in hybrid transmission and a new lithium-ion battery for a purely electric range of around 50 kilometers. The hybrid drive of the S 560 e combines the 270 Kw (367 hp) of the V6-Ottomotors with 90 Kw EQ Power into a maximum system output of up to 350 Kw.

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 3,4
Special features of the vehicle:
Cars like the Porsche 918 Spyder or 919 Hybrid are impressive examples of the performance that a hybrid drive can achieve through the interaction of a combustion engine and electric drive. For the first time, this superior and innovative drive concept is replacing a purely conventional drivetrain in the top model of the Panamera range.

The new Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the first to combine a high-performance 4.0-litre V8 bi-turbo engine with an efficient electric motor. The result is the most powerful Panamera ever. The system power of 680 hp (500 kW) and system torque of 850 Nm offer outstanding start-up performance and a new kind of driving experience. From a standing start, the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid accelerates at up to 1.2 times gravitational acceleration. It reaches the 22-metre mark after just 2.5 seconds. That is an increase of 7 metres compared with the G1 II Turbo S. The hybrid drive provides dynamism, and not just in terms of start-up performance. In all situations – from driving on motorways and race tracks to undertaking sporty manoeuvres on mountain passes – the extra power and torque provided by the electric motor deliver an agile, sporty driving style with a high degree of lateral dynamics. And this is achieved with incredible efficiency and an electric range of up to 50 km.

This not only demonstrates why the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the most highperformance sportscar in the segment, but also reinforces its unique position in the hybrid segment.

Mercedes-Benz-eVitoSpecial features of the vehicle: Vehicle is optimized for CEP (Courier – Express and
parcel) industry. 150 km range (WLPC) and 1000 kg payload.

VALEO PowertrainAcceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 8,4
Special features of the vehicle: Low Voltage (48V) Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle with the ability to drive in full electric mode for +40 kilometers. Ideal solution for affordable electrification and urban driving.

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 9,6
Special features of the vehicle: Toyota FC System (TFCS) combining hybrid
technology with fuel cell technology such as the Toyota FC Stack and High Pressure Hydrogen Tank. 0 emission vehicle, able to refill in about 3minutes, similar to conventional vehicle.

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 8,0
Special features of the vehicle: Adaptive 4 x 4 all-wheel drive with Torque Vectoring
and FlexRide.

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 8,9

Acceleration 0–100 km/h (s): 11,4

We are pleased to answer all questions regarding the Symposium. If You just want to register for the CTI TEST DRIVE itself, please contact one of the following persons.

Anna Carina HofmannAnna-Carina Hofmann
Project Assistant CTI SYMPOSIA
Phone: +49(0)211.88743-3452
Email
Sylvia Zenzinger
Conference Director CTI SYMPOSIA
Phone: +49(0)211.88743-3884
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