The new AUTO BILD 22/2022
Politics is often about attitude. Gerhard Schröder’s in the Iraq war (keep it out, I thought it was good), in matters of Russia (common, I think bad). We at AUTO BILD are also faced with such questions wherever you read and see us.
How do we find the mobility change ourselves? Is a V8 better than an electric racer? Are we really faced with the decision for or against combustion engines? Wouldn’t it be wiser: As much electric as possible today, eFuels tomorrow, hydrogen the day after tomorrow? Does sustainability rule out driving?
We – and all of you – are passionate about staying mobile. Not for the traffic jams to work (until there’s Elon Musk’s Hyperloop for commuters), but for the freedom that a car brings. This requires new ideas, innovations, and a new way of thinking. You will find many stories about this in this particularly sustainable issue. Take part in the Green Track Award, a prize for breaking new ground.
The new AUTO BILD 22/2022: Here are all the topics
NEW HITS BMW X1: Larger and also electric • Mercedes GLC: More space, more digital • News from AMG: Hybrid athlete One and future study Vision AMG • SsangYong Torres, Maserati MC20 Cielo, Lightyear One, Opel Rocks-e MESSAGES Used electric cars • VW increases ID.3 contingents TESTING & TECHNOLOGY Comparison test: BMW X2 M35i against Jaguar E-Pace P300e and Mercedes EQB 350 • News from the endurance test • There’s something for everyone: cars for 20,000 euros • First test: Mazda MX-5 • Used: Audi A4 Avant REPORTS Pininfarina: How the design forge helps sustainable newcomers • Roberto Giolito: What the ex-Fiat design boss thought of the Multipla SERVICE Your car will last forever with these tricks • Test of summer window cleaner • Study: This is the best way for e-car drivers to charge HEADINGS Readers’ choice: Green Track Award • Motorsport: Maximilian Günther Extratour: BMW M8 and iX3.