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10 New 7-Seat SUVs for Big Familes in 2018 (Interior and Exterior Review)

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If you have a big family, like driving the whole crowd of your friends around or just enjoy having lots and lots of space in the back, a five-seater car is probably not your fit. You should definitely look into something roomier, like a 7-seater, at least. But don’t get worried we are not going to offer you a lineup of minivans, this video is all-about new oversized crossovers and large SUVs of 2018 model year that can comfortably accommodate almost an entire football team and at the same time look impressive on the road. We tried to include newcomers from different price categories starting as low as $30,000, but also included luxury brands for those of you who prefer business class comfort and even more leg room in the back. Cars featured in this video: Skoda Kodiaq: skoda-auto.co.in/models/kodiaq/kodiaq Skoda Kodiaq mid-size SUV is tasked to set a new high standard for affordable soft-roaders. It is available in 5 and 7-seater interior options, which have truly vast amounts of space for both passengers and baggage. Infiniti QX80: infinitiusa.com/suv/qx80 The late 2017 release of the all-new Infiniti QX80 was long overdue, up to the point that Infiniti was probably going to lose their consumer base in the segment, unless they finally came up with the update for the ancient design. Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun Sport: mitsubishi-motors.com/en/showroom/pajero_sport Mitsubishi Shogun Sport 7-seater SUV is also known as Pajero Sport and t will be coming back to the UK and Asia showrooms in 2018. GMC Yukon Denali Ultimate Black Edition: media.gmc.com/media/us/en/gmc/home.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2017/nov/1129-gmc.html GMC Yukon won’t be receiving a solid redesign in 2018, but the recently presented Ultimate Black Edition could not be glossed over by us, since it sets a new high for the brand in terms of style and luxury. Volkswagen Atlas - http://www.vw.com/models/atlas/ VW Atlas is a family SUV that offers bus-like roominess and accommodated 7 people. The base trim of this VW is priced at $30,500 and comes with a 235 hp 2.0 liter turbocharged engine. Buick Enclave - http://www.buick.com/suvs/enclave-mid-size-luxury-suv.html 2018 Buick Enclave is a redesigned 7-seater version of a popular vehicle. Its cargo space varies from 24 to 98 cubic feet, and it has optional towing capacity of 5000 lbs. Chevrolet Traverse - http://media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/vehicles/Traverse/2018.html Chevrolet Traverse is a 7-seater SUV with bus-like looks. Its pricing starts from $30,875, at the same level as VW Atlas’ but about 9k lower that Buick’s. Lexus RX 350 L: lexus.com/models/RX New Lexus RX is released in two options, a regular gasoline RX 350L and a hybrid RX 450hL. RX 350L is a 209 hp 7 seater with a price starting from $48,665. Subaru Ascent: subaru.com/ascent This model flourished from the same-named concept that surfaced for the first time in April 2017. It was presented at the LA autoshow and it becomes obvious that it is primarily oriented for the North American market Kia Sorento: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/sorento/2019 The 2019 model year of Sorento was released by the end of 2017 and major updates include exterior revisions, minor cabin updates and slight modifications to the available engines selection.

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China steam finale - Beitai steelworks September 2011

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This video features steam locomotives at work in an iron and steel works in China. Beitai is 14 km south-west of Benxi and Benxi is 84 km south-east of Shenyang. Beiying Iron & Steel (Group) Co., Ltd is the holding subsidiary of Beitai Iron & Steel (Group) Co., Ltd. This company is located in Beitai Town, Pingshang District, Benxi City. It is an iron and steel complex incorporating mining, ore dressing, coking, power generation, sintering, iron-making, steel-making and rolling. Its annual production capacity of pig iron is 8.5 million tons, steel billet 9 million and finished steel product 10 million tons. The company has blast furnaces with total volume of 6100 cubic meters and steel converters with gross tonnage of 560 tons. It annually produces 1.5 million tons of steel bars , 3.5 million tons of wire rods, 1 million tons of medium strip and over 4 million tons of hot rolled coil. The Beitai steelworks is located alongside the Chinese National Railway line from Liaoyang to Benxi. The site consists of two separate plants. To the east is the blast furnace area and about five kilometres further west is the steel making plant. A fleet of SY class steam locomotives is employed in and around the two plants, shunting raw materials into the blast furnace area, taking trains of molten iron to the steelworks and bringing back trains of raw materials, and dumping hot slag. Exchange sidings with the CNR exist at both sites. Official visits are now possible in organised groups, at least when you have the right contacts. Security is tight, so illegal entry is strongly discouraged. There are 3 groups of blast furnaces, two groups are served by steam. There are numerous diesels. Steam will probably be phased out slowly. The steam site at Beitai is quite small compared with the former steam fleets of works at Anshan, Panzhihua, Benxi or Baotou. But Beitai remains a rare survivor of industrial steam in the steel industry. Go there before it is too late! With thanks to Tanago tours. This video may not be seen in Germany for music copyright reasons. The music is Industriial Revolution part 1 by Jarre. MARCH 2012 UPDATE The Beitai steel works is currently building a group of new blast furnaces at the new plant, just aside the old steel mill. Once the new blast furnaces are operational (planned for end of 2012), the steel works will have enough capacity to shut down the old plant. As the new plant will use automated transportation and diesel locomotives, it will also mean the end of the use of SY steam locomotives. Tanago has visited the steel works four times now, establishing an excellent relationship with the local management, that even allowed us to visit the mill´s running shed. Tanago will return to Beitai later this year for a - most likely - last visit of the steam locomotives at the blast furnces, the slag trains, and fantastic night photography opportunities. Please see part 2 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpEJmFjas9E Copyright Stephen Wolstenholme

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China steam finale - Beitai steelworks September 2011

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This video features steam locomotives at work in an iron and steel works in China. Beitai is 14 km south-west of Benxi and Benxi is 84 km south-east of Shenyang. Beiying Iron & Steel (Group) Co., Ltd is the holding subsidiary of Beitai Iron & Steel (Group) Co., Ltd. This company is located in Beitai Town, Pingshang District, Benxi City. It is an iron and steel complex incorporating mining, ore dressing, coking, power generation, sintering, iron-making, steel-making and rolling. Its annual production capacity of pig iron is 8.5 million tons, steel billet 9 million and finished steel product 10 million tons. The company has blast furnaces with total volume of 6100 cubic meters and steel converters with gross tonnage of 560 tons. It annually produces 1.5 million tons of steel bars , 3.5 million tons of wire rods, 1 million tons of medium strip and over 4 million tons of hot rolled coil. The Beitai steelworks is located alongside the Chinese National Railway line from Liaoyang to Benxi. The site consists of two separate plants. To the east is the blast furnace area and about five kilometres further west is the steel making plant. A fleet of SY class steam locomotives is employed in and around the two plants, shunting raw materials into the blast furnace area, taking trains of molten iron to the steelworks and bringing back trains of raw materials, and dumping hot slag. Exchange sidings with the CNR exist at both sites. Official visits are now possible in organised groups, at least when you have the right contacts. Security is tight, so illegal entry is strongly discouraged. There are 3 groups of blast furnaces, two groups are served by steam. There are numerous diesels. Steam will probably be phased out slowly. The steam site at Beitai is quite small compared with the former steam fleets of works at Anshan, Panzhihua, Benxi or Baotou. But Beitai remains a rare survivor of industrial steam in the steel industry. Go there before it is too late! With thanks to Tanago tours. This video may not be seen in Germany for music copyright reasons. The music is Industriial Revolution part 1 by Jarre. MARCH 2012 UPDATE The Beitai steel works is currently building a group of new blast furnaces at the new plant, just aside the old steel mill. Once the new blast furnaces are operational (planned for end of 2012), the steel works will have enough capacity to shut down the old plant. As the new plant will use automated transportation and diesel locomotives, it will also mean the end of the use of SY steam locomotives. Tanago has visited the steel works four times now, establishing an excellent relationship with the local management, that even allowed us to visit the mill´s running shed. Tanago will return to Beitai later this year for a - most likely - last visit of the steam locomotives at the blast furnces, the slag trains, and fantastic night photography opportunities. Please see part 2 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpEJmFjas9E Copyright Stephen Wolstenholme

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