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first_img2.3Average NFC West finish2.2 Whoever the Arizona Cardinals decide will be the successor to Bruce Arians has large shoes to fill.The past two Cardinals coaches, Arians and Ken Whisenhunt, have seen a level of success that’s rarely been achieved in franchise history.Whisenhunt led the organization to two NFC West titles and its first Super Bowl appearance while Arians produced the first back-to-back-to-back 10-win seasons.The two make up the last decade of Cardinals football, and Arians’ retirement marks the end of that era. December 31, 2012Fired/RetiredJanuary 1, 2018 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, right, talks with San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator and former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt before an NFL preseason football game, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Lost 58-0 at Seattle in 2012Worst lossLost 33-0 to Rams in 2017 in London 45-51Overall Record49-30 2008 – averaged 26.7 ppg (3rd)Best scoring offense and rank2015 – averaged 30.6 ppg (2nd) Here is a closer look at that era. January 7, 2007HiredJanuary 17, 2013 Top Stories 7.5Average wins per season9.8 2008 NFC Championship win over EaglesBest game2015 NFC Divisional Playoff win over Packers 2009 – allowed 20.3 ppg (14th)Best scoring defense and rank2014 – allowed 18.7 ppg (5th) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 534Catches for Larry Fitzgerald during their tenure470 5 Comments   Share   2NFC West titles1 8Number of starting quarterbacks4 2,185Days on the job1,810 Ken WhisenhuntVS.Bruce Arians 0AP Coach of the Year awards1 4-2Postseason record1-2 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Buick Velite 6 MAV Is Another EV In GMs Lineup For China

first_imgDebuting Monday at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show, the Velite 6 is labeled as a “multi-activity vehicle” by its maker, even though it looks like a large wagon more than anything else. But its 85-kW electric motor is said to be good for 301 kilometers (187 miles) of city driving, according to SAIC-GM, making it a potentially useful vehicles for urban commuters who value interior space over outright efficiency. It joins the LaCrosse hybrid and Chevy Volt-based Velite 5 range-extender in China, both of which are no longer available in North America because GM decided to end production of them here.Prices will start between RMB 165,800 and RMB 185,800 (about $24,600 to $27,580) after national incentives when it goes on sale in China (and likely only there) later this year. The first 5,000 Velite 6s will be put into service at the end of April in GM’s EVCARD car-sharing experiment for China.Which sounds fine for China and reinforces the impression North America is Buick’s afterthought. We can only hope something like this comes to “multi-activity vehicle” hungry Americans.From SAIC-GM’s press release:VELITE 6 MAVAs Buick’s first global all-electric vehicle and SAIC-GM’s first electric vehicle for the mass market, the VELITE 6 MAV (which stands for Multi-Activity Vehicle) integrates GM and SAIC’s resources and advanced technology in new energy and connected vehicles. It represents the latest application of the Buick Blue strategy.The VELITE 6 is based on the VELITE concept new energy vehicle unveiled in November 2016. With a length of 4,650 mm, width of 1,817 mm, height of 1,510 mm and wheelbase of 2,660 mm, it provides a roomy interior with 1,098 liters of space.Its new-generation pure electric drive system offers a smooth, quiet and natural driving experience. It generates a maximum 85 kW of power and 255 Nm of torque. The VELITE 6 has a combined electric driving range of 301 km in the city, and electricity consumption of 13.3 kWh/100 km.The VELITE 6 is available in three variants at a price between RMB 165,800 and RMB 185,800 after national subsidies for new energy vehicles.Following the earlier introduction of the LaCrosse hybrid electric vehicle and VELITE 5 extended-range electric vehicle, the VELITE 6 will enable Buick to cater to the rapidly growing demand for new energy vehicles.In addition, Buick announced the start of its strategic cooperation with the EVCARD car-sharing brand to jointly explore the electric vehicle sharing market in China. The first 5,000 VELITE 6 vehicles will be put into operation by EVCARD starting on April 28. Buick Velite 5 Launches With *72 Miles Of Electric Range Buick Enspire Trademark Likely For New Electric Crossover Chevy Volt Production Has Officially Come To An End General Motors adds another EV to its growing lineup in China.While much of GM‘s North America EV news has been concentrated around its efforts with self-driving tests, its affiliates in China are readying new products for consumers. The Buick Velite 6 MAV is one of those vehicles, and it happens to be the first all-electric vehicle for the Buick brand.More Buick News Source: Electric Vehicle News Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 16, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more