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Bright car connoisseur Rutger recently drove two unknown Chinese electric cars: the Aiways U5 and the Seres 3. How do you like that, do the Chinese brands have a chance to win a piece of the market or will we even predominantly drive Chinese cars in ten years’ time? And what actually makes a car Chinese: the factory that makes it, the owner? That and more in this week’s Bright Podcast.
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Tips from this episode:
Car: Fiat 500e, the electric Fiat 500. To be seen next week in a video by Rutger. Tip of the veil: it is a very nice car.
Podcast: Sideways, a BBC podcast in which journalist Matthew Syed explores the surprising origins of well-known phenomena. For example: Stockholm syndrome. The woman for whom that term was once coined disagrees with the description at all.
Game: Scale model, an indie game with beautiful levels, in which you can see the model in which you also walk around. Does nice things with that strange fact, and in the meantime tells a nice story. For PlayStation 4 and 5 and PC, it costs 15-20 euros and is free for PS + users on PS5 in March.