In short, the premium Germans – the Audi Q4 E-Tron and BMW iX3 – don’t stand a chance. In South Korea they lead the way when it comes to electric cars, you can also read that in our review of the Kia EV6. But hey, in Auto Review 11 we’re not just talking about that. There is so much more beauty that you can read our latest issue…
Peugeot 308: to cry so beautiful
“Can something fresher than it is fresh, more lascivious than the most voluptuous”, wrote Maarten van Roozendaal in his song Mooi. Peugeot’s design department has outdone itself time and again in recent years. The somewhat dull 308 makes way for a fresh and voluptuous model.
Ford GT: The 24 Hours of the Ford GT
The Ford GT is not just any supercar. His cradle was in a garage box, right on the pit lane of the circuit. It was developed with one goal in mind: to win races. A street version of the marathon runner also appeared. And it was at our complete disposal for a whole 24 hours.
Tesla Model Y: Tesla’s lead shrinks
Tesla took off like a rocket: it built mature electric models at a time when major car brands were muddling around with EVs that you didn’t dare to leave the city with – that’s how small the batteries were. The new Model Y arrives later than expected and faces serious competition.
Comparison test: Dacia Sandero, Hyundai i20, Opel Corsa
Driving is becoming more and more expensive, but luckily you don’t necessarily have to buy an expensive mid-range car these days if you want a decent portion of space and comfort. The Dacia Sandero, Hyundai i20 and Opel Corsa have a lot to offer, but you are not constantly in the red because of the high costs.
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