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De första 70 åren ägnade vi oss åt att föra Vi Bilägare till positionen som landets största oberoende biltidning. Det är en ställning vi med marginal behåller, TS-upplagan 2008 var 137 100 exemplar.

2001 köpte vi tidningen Automobil och sedan har expansionen fortsatt i rask takt: startat Klassiker (2004), startat Riksettan (2005), köpt Bike och MC-Nytt (2006) samt startat Husbil & Husvagn (2008). Bike har dessutom verksamhet i Danmark, Finland och Norge.

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  • 09/23/2014 - 13:13

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It is equipped with a 2.0-litre petrol engine combined with two electric motors - one drives the wheels and the other provides regenerative charging – and a 1.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. Ford puts the Mondeo Hybrid's CO2 emissions at 99g/km.The entire model range features active grille shutter, stop-start, electronic power assisted steering and smart regenerative charging to further enhance fuel efficiency.In early 2015, the engine choice will be augmented with a range-topping 2.0-litre TDCi diesel that produces 207bhp and 332lb ft from 2000rpm. Ford hasn't revealed specific emissions or fuel economy figures for the new unit, but says that CO2 is "significantly reduced" compared to the outgoing 197bhp 2.2-litre TDCi engine, which produces 159g/km.The engine uses electronically controlled, twin sequential turbocharging. 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Pedestrian detection is part of the pre-collision assist safety package and uses a windshield-mounted camera, and radar located in the bumper to identify pedestrian shapes, cross-referencing them against a database of roadside objects.The pre-collision assist package also includes active braking, which can autonomously apply braking to help mitigate rear-end collisions, right up to the vehicle’s maximum speed. Other technology includes distance indication, which informs the driver of the time gap to the vehicle ahead, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping aid and traffic sign recognition.The Mondeo is the first car in its segment to feature seat belts that, in the event of an accident, rapidly expand in 40 milliseconds to disperse crash forces across a body area five times greater than that achieved by a conventional seatbelt.Due to be spun off from the Mondeo model range is an upmarket version of the car under the Vignale sub-brand, plans for which were revealed earlier this year.Ride, handling and comfort The Mondeo will be the first model to use the new integral link rear suspension configuration, which is said to be similar to the systems employed by Audi and BMW. It retains MacPherson struts at the front.The new rear suspension design delivers the compliance required for greater comfort, while retaining lateral stiffness for enhanced steering and handling. It also allows the wheel to move rearwards on impact with bumps. Ford claims this delivers improved impact absorption for a smoother ride and reduced noise levels.The all-new platform and body structure combination delivers 10 per cent more torsional stiffness than the outgoing model. Active systems including torque vectoring control, continuous control damping and torque steer compensation enhance the ride and handling.Ford says it has reduced road noise in both front and rear of the new Mondeo, with the new rear suspension contributing to the improvement along with additional sound-deadening material and a reduction in the number of holes in the body shell.Wind noise is reduced via an optimised window pillar and door mirror shape, enhanced door and window seals, and improved interior noise absorption. The thickness of the rear window glass is increased by 0.4mm compared to the outgoing Mondeo, helping reduce passing traffic noise for rear seat passengers.More seals have been added between the bonnet and front wings, and the engine bay sound insulation changed from fibreglass to foam, saving 1.5kg in weight while contributing to a reduction of between 1.5 and 2 decibels for powertrain noise transmitted to the cabin.Platform and construction The new 4.8m-long Mondeo is roughly similar in footprint to the outgoing model. It is slightly lower, but sits on the same 2850mm wheelbase, a reflection of the significantly modified, but carry-over platform.The Mondeo's body structure features 61 per cent high-strength steel. The A-pillars, B-pillars and roof rails were created front high-strength steel using a process called hydro-forming. Hydro-forming uses high pressure hydraulic fluid to press metal into more complex shapes than is possible using traditional stamping methods, giving better strength-to-weight-ratios and bending stiffness.The Mondeo’s hydro-formed roof rails are assembled from fewer sections and laser welded; removing joints that can act as weak-spots while saving 2.5kg in weight on each side.The B‑pillar design reduces side impact intrusion by 64mm while saving 6kg in weight.A new magnesium inner tailgate structure for the four- and five-door models weighs approximately half as much as a traditional steel equivalent.Front bumper components are made from discarded plastic water bottles into front bumper components. 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