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W Motors ICONIQ Motors
2016 – W Motors is proud to announce its most recent partner: ICONIQ Motors. The China-based automotive company has been under development since 2014 and was established with the purpose of creating the ultimate multipurpose vehicle. With the continuous effort of several internationally renowned partners from all over the world, the final result of this quest took shape as one of the most exciting electric vehicles on the market: the ICONIQ Seven.
The brand new multipurpose vehicle results from the first W Motors design study for a third party. Our design team was able to combine the characteristically aggressive and exotic W Motors language with the concept of an electric vehicle focused on smart technology, reliability, entertainment and comfort.
ICONIQ will premiere its first vehicle to the public, the futuristic ICONIQ Seven, for the first time at the Monterey Car Week. The electric multipurpose vehicle will be participating in a series of private and public events throughout the week, namely the Concours on the Avenue, McCall’s Motorworks Event and Exotics on Cannery Road.
About W Motors SAL
Established in 2012, W Motors is the first automotive design house and manufacturer of high performance luxury sports cars based in the Middle East. Following a successful launch at the International Qatar Motor Show in January 2013 where the Company launched its first prototype model The Lykan HyperSport, gathering international recognition and exposure, W Motors pursued a regional and international road show through private VIP exhibitions, international events and motor shows where the Lykan HyperSport was showcased in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Monaco, China and USA.
W Motors has officially partnered in 2014 with several exclusive distributors around the world with prospects to open W Motors lifestyle Boutiques by 2016 in Miami, Shanghai, and Dubai to showcase the exclusive Hypercars and Supercars of the brand.
Three rows of adult-size seats, access through large sliding doors, and car-like handling and fuel economy. Minivans are purchased for their versatility and can often transport more people than a three-row sport utility vehicle, and also with better comfort, access, and fuel economy. Like most modern vehicles, minivans are typically of unibody construction with front-wheel drive. They also feature a short, sloping aerodynamic hood. They are usually taller than sedans or station wagons, affording a good view of the road. Minivans usually have removable seats to allow hauling of cargo on a flat floor.
In North America, the term minivan derives from the size comparison to traditional full-size vans (like the Ford E-Series, Dodge Ram Van, and the Chevrolet Van); while full-size vans derived their underpinnings upon full-size pickup trucks.
In the British Isles, minivans are sometimes called multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) or people carriers.
In 2014, sales of minivans in America increased 6% over 2013. In Chrysler minivans (Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan), Honda Odyssey, and Toyota Sienna; Ford Transit Connect, Kia Sedona, Mazda 5 Nissan Quest.
Toyota TownAce from Japan) from 1984 to 1989, and the Previa from 1990 to 1997; replaced by the American-built Sienna.
Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari from 1985 to 2005, a rear-wheel drive minivan based on light trucks. Also sold front-wheel drive APV minivans from 1990 to 1996 (sold as Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile); replaced by Chevrolet Venture, Pontiac Montana, and Oldsmobile Silhouette; later replaced by Chevrolet Uplander, Pontiac Montana SV6, and Buick Terraza,
Ford Aerostar Ford Windstar/Ford Freestar/Mercury Monterey Ford Transit Connect Wagon.
Nissan: former models include the Van/Wagon (imported versions of the Vanette from Japan) Nissan Quest were developed with Ford and marketed as the Mercury Villager Nissan Quest was developed exclusively by Nissan
Mitsubishi imported the Delica Star Wagon as the Mitsubishi
Honda Odyssey as the Isuzu Oasis
Mazda: the 1989-1998 Mazda MPV was the first Japanese-brand minivan designed specifically for North America. It is replaced in 2005 by the Mazda5, which was discontinued in 2015.
Current models include the Mercedes-Benz Vito, Volkswagen Sharan, the Chrysler Voyager (now rebranded as Lancia), the Kia Carnival, and the SsangYong Rodius.