rewrite this content and keep HTML tags Friday afternoon, half past four. Computer off, the door to your workplace can be closed behind you, the weekend has started. At Autoreview.nl we look back on a week in which it turned out that many car brands are secretly keeping an eye on you. In addition, we reported that many manufacturers are working hard to make electric cars cheaper. Good news, bad news. Top and flop. + Top – Non-electric cars are also thousands of euros cheaper Price cuts on cars have been the order of the day lately. But there is one brand that has significantly reduced the prices of almost all its models. Up to 3750 euros! + Top – First car around 50,000 euros with more than 700 km range The Peugeot E-3008 is the first Stellantis model to be on the new STLA Medium platform. The range is therefore not an issue. Peugeot specifies a driving range of up to 700 kilometers for its electric SUV. + Top – Tesla trick can also make other EVs cheaper Tesla is pulling miles ahead of its competitors in some areas. Such as with its giant factories in which the gigantic injection molding press replaces 70 individual parts with 3 large ones. Now Hyundai wants to copy the idea of the Giga Press. And the Koreans are not alone in this. Will be this the weapon against price dumping of Chinese brands? – Flop – Are you annoyed by the expensive petrol and diesel? Then wet your chest! If the Netherlands is at the top, we are all proud, right? Well, not if you look at fuel prices. Filling up with petrol is more expensive in the Netherlands than in all other European countries. And it gets worse. – Flop – Car manufacturers poke deeper into your personal life than you think Despite privacy legislation, more and more people’s personal information ends up in the hands of companies and organizations. This also applies to the manufacturer of your car. But some car brands go very far with their data collection… – Flop – 2000 jobs at Volkswagen at risk due to disappearance of EV subsidy Volkswagen has already sounded the alarm: they will no longer accept electric models from the Germans. The disappointing sales have now led to layoffs in the factories in Zwickau, and there is a good chance that it will not stop there.