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  1. Designer Maximilian Schneider imagined the Mazda RX-10 Vision Longtail, a concept of hybrid supercar with rotary engines. If there is one manufacturer whose style has been particularly successful in recent years, it is undoubtedly Mazda. The brand has accumulated successes and prizes, the most recent of which is that of "The most beautiful car in the world" 2020 with its Mazda 3, also a finalist in the "Most beautiful car of the year" competition at the Automobile Festival. International. It must be said that the designers of the Hiroshima firm know how to create elegant and very sensual lines that are dreamed of by many artists. Among them, we can indeed quote Maximilian Schneider, exterior designer currently stationed at Mitsubishi, but who does not hesitate to imagine models for other brands in his spare time. And this time, it is therefore Mazda that he is attacking, by designing a superb concept of sport, baptized RX-10 Vision Longtail. We thus discover a study of style whose features take up all the aesthetic codes of the brand, with rounded, very Latin lines. However, this concept does not draw its inspiration from the Mazda series models, but rather from motorsport, since the designer claims that this RX-10 Vision Longtail takes on the proportions of group C sports cars of endurance competitions for years 1980. He affirms indeed to our colleagues from Motor1 “to balance the whole and inherit the Kodo design, I kept simple and three-dimensional lines, without adding too much like a too heavy aerodynamic kit or large spoilers " Successful challenge! Tailored for Le Mans Maximilian Schneider imagines this Mazda RX-10 Vision Longtail as a sports car intended to race during the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and therefore offered it a motorization up to its ambitions. The hypercar therefore has three Wankel rotary engines installed in the rear center position, claiming some 780 horsepower. But that's not all, because two electric motors complete the package, developing 125 horsepower each, for a total power of 1,030 horses divided between the four wheels. A beautiful technical sheet that allows the supercar to perform the exercise from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds, for a maximum speed established at 427 km / h. It remains to be seen whether Mazda could draw inspiration from this superb style study to create a sport intended for endurance racing, when its track record in this discipline is rather glorious.
  2. Leaders of the Scrabble tournament community in North America are voting on whether to ban the use of racial and homophobic slurs. The vote will decide whether the words will be removed from the North American Scrabble Players Association (NASPA) list of accepted words. The NASPA manages competitive Scrabble tournaments and clubs in North America. The decision is due after weeks of anti-racism protests in the US and around the world. Hasbro, owner of the rights to Scrabble in North America, told The New York Times on Tuesday that the NASPA had "agreed to remove all slurs from their word list for Scrabble tournament play, which is managed solely by NASPA and available only to members." Hasbro has not allowed slurs in its dictionary since 1994. However the association has still permitted them. The NASPA advisory board is set to vote on Thursday. The removal of the words from its vocabulary list could affect online versions of the game. The association licenses its list of words to software developers, according to Mashable. NASPA Chief Executive John Chew told the BBC: "The vote is at this point a necessary formality, and we will be removing all offensive words from our lexicon. We will be reviewing our candidate list of 236 such words carefully to make sure that they all need to be deleted, which may take an additional week or two after the decision." Addressing members in a letter, Mr Chew said: "When we play a slur, we are declaring that our desire to score points in a word game is of more value to us than the slur's broader function as a way to oppress a group of people. "I don't think that this is the time for us to be contributing divisively to the world's problems. He told Reuters news agency that he was worried people were put off from joining the association due to offensive language in the association's dictionary. About 1,000 people took part in the association's poll on whether to remove the words, he said. The survey asked respondents whether they wanted the "N-word", or all slurs, or all offensive words removed from the association's vocabulary. Mr Chew said members were split over removing the "N-word" and the public were in favour of its removal. Daniel Tunnard plays competitive Scrabble in Spanish. He told the BBC that there are some words in the English language that are so offensive and so inflammatory that it's understandable for players to question whether they should be using them in a game. "There are hundreds of thousands of words valid for play in Scrabble, we're not going to miss some 80 words that might cause offence. "Slurs account for something like 0.0004% of the word list, it isn't going to make a tremendous difference. And new, non-offensive words are being added all the time, like OK, which got lots of press last year. There is no shortage of words." He added: "Of course, there will inevitably be a situation if slurs are banned where a world championship final hinges on one player's inability to play a now-banned word. That's bound to happen."
  3. Capture what's on screen Knowing how to take a screenshot on Mac, whether it’s a MacBook or an iMac, comes in handy in so many ways. But, that’s not even the best part. Apple has designed the macOS to be as user-friendly and as seamless as possible, and that has trickled to how you take screenshots on your Mac computer. Whether you want to take a screenshot of your whole screen, a portion of it or a particular open window, Apple has made the process of taking screenshots easy, convenient and practically flawless. Better yet, with macOS Mojave and macOS Catalina, Apple has also made what you do after taking a screenshot foolproof, efficient and frankly, fun, whether you just want to drag and drop your screenshot in an email or annotate it before sharing. If you’d like to know how to take a screenshot on Mac, we’ve got everything you need to know here. By the time you’re done ready, you might never want to stop using screenshots for everything. Screenshot thumbnails The latest versions of the Mac operating system, starting with macOS 10.14 Mojave, have rolled out revamped screenshot and screen recording shortcuts and tools for Mac users. It’s more effortless, more flexible and more fun than ever to take screenshots, and edit them after. When you take a screenshot, a thumbnail appears on the lower right hand corner of the screen for a moment, similar to iOS. This thumbnail comes in extremely useful as it allows you to edit a screen capture before macOS actually saves as a .png file. You can click the thumbnail to crop, rotate, annotate or share it. You can also drag the thumbnail to your favorite photo editing app, to the email you're writing or to messenger platforms like Slack. 1. Annotating screenshots Click on the thumbnail, and the full screenshot will open in Markup in Preview. There, you type text, draw symbols, sign, crop and rotate images (as well as PDF documents). With this one step process, you can quickly annotate your screenshot before sending it to your colleagues and friends. 2. Thumbnail menu Control-click the thumbnail to reveal a small menu. This menu will give you the option to save the screenshot to your desktop, Documents folder or your clipboard, open it in an app, show it in Finder or open it in Markup to annotate. How to take a screenshot on Mac using keyboard shortcuts (or on older Macs) Using keyboard shortcuts is the fastest way to take screenshots. If you’re in a hurry or don’t really want to take too much time capturing what’s on your screen, here are the three keyboard shortcuts you must know about. These also apply to users with an older Mac or MacBook that doesn't have macOS 10.14 Mojave or later installed. Use these shortcuts when taking a screenshot on a Mac running macOS 10.13 High Sierra or earlier. 1. Taking a screenshot of the entire screen Hold Command (⌘) + Shift then press 3 to take a screenshot on a Mac of the whole screen. This will save a screenshot on your desktop (by default) saved as a .png file. 2. Taking a screenshot of a portion of the screen If you're only interested in taking a screenshot of part of the screen, hold down Command (⌘) + Shift and press 4. This turns the cursor into a crosshair pointer. Move this pointer to where you want to start the screenshot and left-click, before dragging the rectangle over the desired area while holding the mouse button. Let go to turn the selected area into a .png file on the desktop. 3. Taking a screenshot of an open Window To precisely take a screenshot of a specific open window and its contents on a Mac, hold down Command (⌘) + Shift then press 4 and Spacebar. This turns the cursor into a camera pointer. Move the camera pointer over the window to highlight it and left-click to save the screenshot as a .png file on the desktop. It doesn’t matter if the window is the active one or sitting behind another window. As long as it’s highlighted by the camera pointer, you should be able to capture it. You can also hit escape before you click to cancel the screenshot. 4. Taking a screenshot of a menu It's also possible to take a screenshot of a menu without the title using another handy combination. Hold down Command ⌘ + Shift, press 4 and the Spacebar, then left-click on the menu you want to capture to send it to your desktop in the form of a .png file. How to take a screenshot on Mac using the screenshot toolbar If you want to be more particular or precise when taking screenshots, actually record your screen or change some screenshot settings, there’s another important keyboard shortcut to keep in mind. Holding Shift + Command (⌘) and pressing 5 calls up the screenshot toolbar, which gives you even more features for capturing your screen. 1. Screenshots using the toolbar The first three icons on the screenshot toolbar from the left set what’s grabbed in a static screenshot: the entire desktop, a portion of it, or a particular window. Select which particular one you’d like to use to capture your screen. To capture the whole screen, click on the Capture the Entire Screen icon then click Capture. To capture a specific open window, click on the Capture Selected Window icon. This will turn the pointer into a camera pointer. Put this over the window you’d like a screenshot of then left-click on your mouse. To capture a portion of the screen, click on the Capture Selected Portion icon. This will give you a crop tool area that you can adjust by clicking and dragging at the edges and corners. Once you’ve set the crop area to how you want your screenshot to look, click Capture. 2. Recording your screen using the toolbar The next two record video of the whole or a portion of the screen. Both work similar to their screenshot counterparts, except you press Record instead when you’re ready. These recordings are soundless by default. With a video mode selected, the Options menu does gain an option to record sound from your Mac’s microphone. 3. Screenshot options Note that by default, your Mac will save all your screenshots on your desktop by default. The good news is you no longer need to use a Terminal command to choose where Mac screenshots are saved! The Options menu includes po[CENSORED]r locations as presets, or you can pick a specific folder yourself. 4. Remember last selection For modes that capture just part of the desktop, leave 'Remember Last Selection' in the Options menu turned on to grab the same area each time. Turn it off if you prefer to select an area from scratch. 5. Turn off the thumbnail Click 'Options' and untick 'Show Floating Thumbnail'. You can hide the cursor in static shots/indications of clicks during videos from this menu, too. 6. Set a countdown The Options menu also provides the option of a 5- or 10-second timer between you initiating a screenshot capture and it happening. 7. Move the screenshot toolbar Toolbar getting in the way? Drag it from the space above or below the X that closes it. Change the default format and save location of screenshots If you're using a version of macOS earlier than macOS Mojave, then follow these instructions to change the type and location of the files. OS X saves screenshots as .png files by default, which can be changed to .jpg by inputting the following command into Terminal: It doesn't have to be .jpg either - you can switch the file format to a number of supported extensions such as PDF, tiff, or bitmap, among others, by entering it at the end of the line. To change the location enter in the following command: Then, enter in the path of the new folder you want to save the screenshots into, or drag and drop it into the Terminal window. When you're done, enter this command to load the new setting: How to annotate screenshots using Preview If you’d rather annotate your screenshots later, instead of clicking on the thumbnail to do so immediately after capturing, you may certainly do so. When you’re ready, click on the saved screenshot file to open it in Preview. Preview won’t just let you crop, resize and tweak your screenshots – it also has some nifty built-in annotation features that come in handy for placing text over them. Make sure the Edit Toolbar is visible (from the View menu) and you’ll see options for drawing shapes, speech, thought bubbles and more. For creating instructions out of screenshots, the arrow tool will come in particularly useful. There's also the option to highlight text in different colours, strikethrough some text, add notes and type some text into boxes. How to take a screenshot on a Mac using a Windows keyboard If you use a Windows keyboard with your Mac, you can still use the keyboard shortcuts listed above. However, as Windows keyboards do not have the Command (⌘) key, you need to press the Windows key (which holds the Windows icon).
  4. Name of Game: NBA 2K20 Price:$8.99 Link Store: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1089350/NBA_2K20/ Offer Ends After : 9July 2020 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM: OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit or Windows 10 64-bit Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-530 @ 2.93 GHz / AMD FX-4100 @ 3.60 GHz or better Memory: 4 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 450 1GB / AMD® Radeon™ HD 7770 1GB or better DirectX: Version 11 Storage: 80 GB available space Sound Card: DirectX 9.0x compatible Dual-Analog Gamepad: Recommended Additional Notes: Initial installation requires one-time internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include DirectX and Visual C++ Redistributable 2012. RECOMMENDED: OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit or Windows 10 64-bit Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4430 @ 3 GHz / AMD FX-8370 @ 3.4 GHz or better Memory: 8 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 770 2GB / AMD® Radeon™ R9 270 2GB or better DirectX: Version 11 Storage: 80 GB available space Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card Additional Notes: Dual-analog gamepad
  5. Europe are the current holders of the Ryder Cup after beating the US in the 2018 match at Le Golf National in France The 2020 Ryder Cup has been postponed for a year because the coronavirus pandemic means the event cannot be staged safely with spectators present. The event between the United States and Europe was due to be held at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin on 25-27 September. But the biennial event has now been rescheduled for 24-26 September 2021. "The spectators make it a unique and compelling event and playing without them was not a realistic option," said PGA of America chief Seth Waugh. "It became clear that as of today, our medical experts and the public authorities in Wisconsin could not give us certainty that conducting an event responsibly with thousands of spectators in September would be possible. "Given that uncertainty, we knew rescheduling was the right call." Professional men's golf in the US has resumed behind closed doors but players have said the Ryder Cup should not go ahead without fans. The women's Solheim Cup is scheduled to take place from 4-6 September, 2021 in Ohio and LPGA commissioner Mike Whan said in April: "Nothing drowns out a Solheim Cup. We wouldn't change our Solheim Cup if the Ryder Cup changed their date." Read more:Iain Carter analysis - Ryder Cup fate sealed by players 'It is correct that we all wait' The European Tour announced that the qualification process for the European team has been frozen until the beginning of 2021. And the next Ryder Cup to be held in Europe has been pushed back a year with Rome now set to host the event in 2023. Europe skipper Padraig Harrington said rescheduling the tournament was the correct decision. "When you think of the Ryder Cup you think of the distinctive atmosphere generated by the spectators, such as around the first tee at Le Golf National two years ago," said the 48-year-old Irishman. "If that cannot be responsibly recreated at Whistling Straits in September, then it is correct that we all wait until it can be." US captain Steve Stricker, 53, echoed Harrington's sentiments, and added: "We want to stage a Ryder Cup that will rival all other Ryder Cups in my home state of Wisconsin." In 2018 Europe regained the trophy with a 17½-10½ win over USA in the 42nd edition of the biennial competition. Meanwhile, there has been a knock-on effect from the rescheduling with next September's Presidents Cup - between the US and a Rest of the World team - at Quail Hollow also now postponed for a year. The Wells Fargo Championship will be played at its traditional venue at Quail Hollow in 2021 and at TPC Potomac in 2022, during Presidents Cup year. Three majors remain The PGA Tour in the US has played four events behind closed doors following the shutdown enforced by coronavirus, despite a handful of positive tests, while the European Tour will resume on 22 July with the first of six successive UK events. The number of daily coronavirus cases is rising again in the US with fears it could reach 100,000 per day. Only three of the four annual men's majors are scheduled to take place in 2020 - all of them in the United States - after the Open Championship, due to be played from 15-18 July at Royal St George's in Kent, was cancelled. The rearranged USPGA Championship is now set to be the first major of the year but that will be held behind closed doors in San Francisco from 6-9 August. The US Open is to be played at Winged Foot in New York State from 17-20 September, with the Masters following from 12-15 November at Augusta National. Analysis It was clear there were two different camps: those who know the financial difficulties of navigating this period without holding an event that is their biggest cash cow, and the players. These golfers had no interest in generating roars and cheers that would only be heard in living rooms. They need to hear them for themselves - that is what makes the Ryder Cup such an attractive proposition for them. And it was that view that ultimately held sway. The players are everything and their views are the ones that played the biggest part in the decision to postpone until 2021. So we will wait another year. Hopefully former Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn's fears are unfounded, although there is plenty to suggest he makes a worryingly worthwhile point over whether it will be possible to have fans at the match in 2021.
  6. Nearly 1.3 million men were suffering from prostate cancer in the year 2018 as per the statistics provided by the World Health Organisation. This cancer accounted for about 13.5% of all cancer cases in men worldwide. Prostate cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer in the world and the second most common type of cancer affecting men after lung cancer. Nearly 1.3 million men were suffering from prostate cancer in the year 2018 as per the statistics provided by the World Health Organisation. This cancer accounted for about 13.5% of all cancer cases in men worldwide. Age is one of the major risk factors for prostate cancer. The highest mortality rate is seen in older men above the age of 65 years. Other non-modifiable risk factors include a family history of prostate cancer and being of African-American descent. The disease may not show any symptoms in early stages and hence surveillance, especially of the high-risk po[CENSORED]tions is important. Men above the age of 50 are recommended to get screened for this type of cancer regularly. Those in other high-risk groups are asked to start the screening tests earlier - at the age of 45 or even 40. Lifestyle and prostate cancer Though we can’t change genes, the risk can be reduced somewhat by making certain changes in one's lifestyle. Some of the lifestyle factors that are considered to be a risk factor for advanced stage and high-grade prostate cancer include: Smoking: Studies suggest that smoking may increase the risk of aggressive prostate cancer (one that spreads quickly) by increasing the levels of circulating steroid hormone levels and exposing the body to carcinogens. Diet: Lack of cruciferous vegetables (like broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower) in one's diet has especially been linked to a higher risk of aggressive prostate cancer but not to low-risk prostate cancer. Similarly, high doses of zinc, excessive dairy intake and the intake of grilled meats and saturated fats can increase your risk of prostate cancer as well. Obesity: As per a study done by the American Cancer Society, obesity increases the risk of prostate cancer by 20%. High calcium levels: Intake of more than 2000mg/day can lead to prostate cancer, as per a study done in the USA. Sedentary lifestyle: Little or no physical exercise is also considered to be a risk factor for prostate cancer. Other potential risk factors The following have been suggested to be risk factors for prostate cancer but more research into their connection is still needed to confirm these: Sex: Some researchers say that a higher frequency of sex increases your chances of getting sexually transmitted infections, which, in turn, may put you at risk of prostate cancer. However, as per the Prostate Cancer Foundation, USA, men who have more ejaculations are at a reduced risk of prostate cancer. Vasectomy: A systemic review and meta-analysis done in 2017 indicated a non-significant risk of prostate cancer after vasectomy. However, a 38-year nationwide cohort study done in Denmark suggested a long-term risk of prostate cancer after vasectomy. Alcohol consumption: A lot of studies show no link between low or moderate alcohol intake and prostate cancer risk. Some other studies suggest the opposite though. Also, alcohol intake after diagnosis of this cancer is suggested to increase mortality.
  7. DH 1 is better than DH2 Especially rhythm and quality of the first song so iwill vote to DH1
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  9. RELEASE DATE: July 14th, 2020 DEVELOPER: 343 Industries, Ruffian Games, Saber Interactive PUBLISHER: Xbox Game Studios One of the best Halo games of all time is coming to PC through The Master Chief Collection later this month. 2007's Halo 3 is regarded by many Halo fans to be among the very best Halo games, but to date it's only ever been available on console. That's changing very soon. 343 Industries has announced that Halo 3 will release on PC through The Master Chief Collection on July 14. The game will go live at 10 AM PT that day. The announcement of the release date comes after 343 wrapped up a closed beta test for Halo 3 on PC, which is in keeping with the schedule of beta-testing each entry in the MCC before releasing them. You can check out a trailer for Halo 3's PC release below. Once released, Halo 3 will join Halo: Reach, Halo Combat Evolved, and Halo 2 in MCC on PC. Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4 will come later, completing the package. All of these games are already available on Xbox One through MCC. The release of Halo 3 on PC on July 14 will also mark the start of MCC Season 2, which includes a series of updates to its battle pass-style progression system. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS MINIMUM: OS: Windows 7 Processor: Intel Core i7-975 | AMD A12-9800 APU Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: GeForce GTS 450 | Radeon R7 Graphics Storage: 55 GB available space Additional Notes: 30 FPS on performance settings at 1920x1080
  10. Apex custom cooling meets AMD’s latest XT CPUs in a shoebox-sized system. If you’re after a high-end gaming experience that rivals the upcoming Xbox and PlayStation while keeping things compact and living room-friendly, Maingear’s brand-new Turbo desktop might be just what you’re looking for. At 12.3 x 6.7 x 14.4 inches (HxWxD), the Turbo should fit on just about any desk and won’t dominate your living room space either. Designed in partnership with AMD, the desktop will ship exclusively with Ryzen CPUs (sorry Intel fans), including the brand-new Ryzen 3000XT models, topping out with the 12-core Ryzen 9 3900XT. But if you need even more CPU cores, the new desktop can also support the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X, alongside AMD graphics cards, like the RX 5700 XT, or Nvidia cards up to the Titan RTX. Cooling happens vertically in this compact chassis, with cool air coming in at the bottom and expelled out the top. The company’s gorgeous Apex liquid cooling system is also available with the Turbo, which chills the processor and graphics card with the help of a reservoir carved out of a solid block of acrylic, custom tubing and a quiet pump. There’s also a PWM fan controller on board to make sure the spinners don’t make any more noise than they need to. As this is a custom system, there are loads of component choices available with the Turbo, including up to 16TB of storage and 64GB of RAM, as well as Windows 10 Home or Pro (with a “zero bloatware guarantee”). Customizable artwork is also an option with this system, although you’ll have to pay more than the $1,499 starting price if you want to get fancy with the exterior.
  11. Looking to upgrade your hosting experience? Here is all you need to know. Choosing the right web hosting provider for your business is can be a complicated decision. With so many companies offering web hosting it’s often very hard to find your way through the virtual fog and select the best company to entrust with your website – which is so essential to your business. We recommend reading through reviews on sites such as Trust Pilot to make a short list. Once you manage to find a good web hosting company, you’ll also need to select the right service. It’s important to select the correct solution for your business, and the services on offer vary from standard - or unmanaged hosting - through to dedicated servers. What’s the difference between managed and unmanaged hosting? Standard web hosting is usually an “unmanaged” service. This is a service where you purchase a hosting space on a server and upload your own website. 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  12. I will Vote To DH2 Because This Beat is So Catchy To This Day It Amazes Me.
  13. Auto-Moto went to meet the new Citroën C4, on video. What are our first impressions in terms of style and on board? New Citroën C4 (2020) - Over the past decade, Citroën has struggled to win back the compact sedan market. That is to say that the Chevrons have great hopes in this new generation of C4 which puts its comfort, its offbeat look, and on a new electric variant. Return to the front posts The 2020 vintage hopes to return to the success of the first generation of C4 appeared in 2004, which sold 2,300,000 copies, while its successor, launched in 2010, found it difficult to convince with only 610,000 models produced until 2018 A defeat that we owe in particular to the internal competition of the C4 Cactus, marketed in 2014. A model with a hazardous positioning which, too, has not managed to impose itself, with only 440,000 copies sold. With this new C4, proof is that Citroën has not lost all hope of success, despite a chaotic management of the segment, the last 10 years. A safer C4 Like the C4 Cactus, the new C4 remains faithful to the silhouette of an elevated sedan, to distinguish itself from its cousin Peugeot 308, or even the Golf. But it takes care to turn its back on the low cost positioning of the Cactus, while growing dramatically. It now extends over 4.36 m to match its size to that of the largest in the category, such as the Renault Mégane. If its flag drop and its third side window pay homage to a certain GS, 50 years later, the Citroën C4 looks to the future. To the softness of the curves adopted by recent Citroën productions it adds more chiseled lines to energize the whole. The rounded curves give way to more marked angles on a bow which generally draws its inspiration from the CXperience concept car of 2016. The sides are also more worked than usual, on the body side, while the Airbump protections simplify their graphics . But it is ultimately the stern that is the most spectacular, failing to show elegance. If the nod to the C4 coupe from the 2000s is obvious, we are perplexed by this messy stacking mixing the bequet with the side lights. This is perhaps the only false note in terms of design. Serious on board If the originality prevails outside, the new C4 calms the game on board. We feel that it wants to reassure compared to the C4 Cactus which was more slender. The design focuses more on the elegance of the lines, and the finish goes upmarket without resorting to luxurious materials. It seems that Citroën has finally found the right mix to offer a rewarding interior at a lower cost. But the most important thing with this C4 is more than ever the comfort it provides to its passengers. The comfort asset The Chevrons remain faithful to the Citroën Advanced Comfort program, which includes large, very soft, but high-density armchairs to avoid the effect of compaction on long journeys. These seats can be adjusted electrically and benefit from a heating and massage system. According to the official speech, the acoustics have been particularly neat, especially in terms of the insulation of the engine block, but unfortunately the laminated windows are missing, unlike the C5 Aircross. Halftone habitability The new C4 is making up for it by adopting the famous suspensions with progressive hydraulic stops which have proven themselves on the rest of the range to ensure a filtering quality far superior to the competition, without the need to resort to costly piloted damping. The interior also contributes to passenger comfort, especially in the rear seats, thanks to its generous wheelbase of 2.67 m which gives the C4 the best rating in the segment at the knees. Unfortunately, by communicating mud effect, the trunk only displays a volume of 380 l. It’s disappointing compared to a Peugeot 308 that swallows 420 l, despite its smaller size. Citroën clearly favored the space dedicated to the occupants. Some technical oversights In terms of embedded technology, the new C4 is almost full. If an elegant 10 ”touch pad sits at the top of the dashboard, its navigation information is not relayed by the color screen behind the steering wheel. You will have to settle for a head-up display placed just above. A good point, however, is to be given to the induction charging of the Smartphone, with easy access. We also appreciate the use of two types of connection: USB C for the most modern devices and USB A for the oldest, to keep everyone happy, both in the front and in the back. Like the C3 and C5 Aircross, the C4 has a camera connected to the base of the interior mirror, to take photos or videos in HD. It films the route continuously and automatically saves the recordings in the event of an accident. In the register of tips, a retractable support hides in front of the front passenger to accommodate any type of touch pad. Finally, the new C4 is the first model in the PSA group to do without a gear lever for its variants with automatic transmission. It is replaced by a more discreet control, which allows to lighten