Top and flop: the good and bad news of week 6

+ Top – First review: the Audi E-Tron GT is a Porsche Taycan, but less wild …

Is it silly to compare the Audi E-Tron GT with the Porsche Taycan? No definitely not. After all, both are largely the same under the skin. And there is nothing wrong with that at all. We are fans of the Porsche Taycan, so we were eager to hit the road with the top model of the E-Tron GT series: the Audi RS E-Tron GT.

+ Top – That crazy Audi A2 returns, as a fully electric car

The current generation of Audi A1 is probably the last. The costs of electrifying it do not outweigh the revenues, says Audi boss Markus Duesmann. Instead, the Audi A2 returns. It will become an electric car and, together with the Audi Q2, will take over the role of entry-level model from the A1.

Top and flop: the good and bad news of week 6

+ Top – Old Land Rover Defender can’t say goodbye, goes back into production

The Land Rover Defender does a Phil Collins je. Because that British singer (and drummer) has also been retiring for years, with the First Final Farewell Tour and then the Not Dead Yet Tour. The Land Rover Defender keeps it short, though. His farewell tour consists of only 25 cars.

Top and flop: the good and bad news of week 6

– Flop – Code Red! Why electric cars leave you out in the cold in winter …

Fun in the snow, fun on the ice, Eleven Day fever – the winter weather makes everyone happy. Yes right? Well, not if you want to go out with an electric car. You leave an EV in the cold much sooner than expected. And for the following reasons …

Top and flop: the good and bad news of week 6

– Flop – BMW shits your opinion! The much too large kidneys remain …

BMW is quite on the defensive. There is a lot of criticism online about the design of the new BMW 4-series, the BMW M3 and M4, and the electric BMW iX (we don’t necessarily like them either). But BMW says it does not care about all negative comments. “We are not there to please everyone,” says design boss Domagoj Dukec.

Top and flop: the good and bad news of week 6

– Flop – In these section controls, the most speeding fines were handed out

Route controls are clearly indicated, and we now know where they are for most of them. Yet section controls in 2020 accounted for almost 2 million speeding fines. We (you) most often went wrong in these ten section controls.

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