As you know, I’m open to new things (my wife would say that’s not true, but I’m talking about cars and not the Italian restaurant where I always eat the same thing). So I often drive electric cars. Most recently from Berlin to a workshop in Lüneburg (360 km), in the Kia EV6.
The next morning: 40-euro ticket. I should have left after two hours, my fault. Only: An e-car is not full again. Something like that misses reality.
The new AUTO BILD 26/2022: Here are all the topics
NEW HITS Ioniq 6: Hyundai relies on aerodynamics in the middle class • VW ID.Aero study: This is how the electric Passat successor ID.7 comes • Citroën C4 X: We only have electricity • Ford “Very Gay Raptor” and SuperVan, Toyota RAV4 update , Alpina D4 S and Bentley Continental GT Mulliner • DS 7: Major facelift for the SUV • First drive in the Opel Astra Sports Tourer • Toyota Corolla: We turn a lap with the facelift model • Honda Civic: First drive • How does it drive C-Class with over 400 hp from Mercedes-AMG? • Driving an e-car without charging? We were traveling in the Lightyear 0 • Alpina B4: This is how the special BMW drives MESSAGES Tesla releases its charging stations • Mercedes EQXX breaks its own record TESTING & TECHNOLOGY Comparison test: Skoda Karoq against Mazda CX-30 with 150 hp petrol engine • Everyday relationship: Kia EV6 • Dacia Jogger challenges VW Caddy • Used cars: Audi Q7 REPORTS Road trips through Europe: Germany • Healthy Seas takes old fishing nets out of the sea – and uses them to make car carpets and mats SERVICE Testing car shampoos: So that the car shines again • What to do in the event of an accident with the rental camper? • Learn how to save with eco-training HEADINGS Eye-catcher: VW ID.Buzz from Irmscher • Motorsport: Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 • Action: Euromaster pays your bill • Extra tour: Nordschleife for the first time.