AUTO BILD Podcast (2021): “First drive, then talk”

Now new: the AUTO BILD podcast “First drive, then talk”

Appearance, horsepower, driving behavior: these are important aspects of a car. But what about the image? And what is really annoying? The answers are in the new How To Cars podcast “First drive, then talk”!

One car, two editors: the new one is that easy AUTO BILD podcast sum up. But behind “First drive, then talk“There’s a lot more! Every two weeks the two editors grab each other Peter Fischer and Jan Gotze a not quite an everyday car, testing it extensively and then go into detail. Do you like the design? How is the processing? What did you notice while driving? In addition to important aspects such as design, technology, processing quality and driving performance, completely subjective points are also discussed. What is the image of the car like? What will you remember for a long time? What was possibly annoying? And, very important: Who should buy this car anyway? Answers to all these questions and more are always available on Wednesdays in the AUTO BILD podcast “First drive, then talk” – now available wherever there are podcasts!

Episode 3: Bentley Continental GTC V8

In episode 3 of “First drive, then talk” it gets luxurious: Jan and Peter drive one 550 PS strong Bentley Continental GTC V8 and reveal why a Bentley is in a different league for them than, for example, a BMW M8 or a Mercedes-AMG S 63. But of course it doesn’t stop at the mere facts – the two tell of their experiences with the luxury convertible and leave Carefully read the Bentley’s surcharge list to determine that Extras worth a new Mercedes E-Class are on board. They also discuss the question of whether it is frightening to drive a car that costs almost a quarter of a million euros in everyday life. And if you want to know why parking and washing the car with the Bentley are a challenge, then you should definitely listen to the third episode of “First drive, then talk”, the AUTO BILD podcast – from May 5th at 4:00 pm Clock!

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