The new AUTO BILD 37/2022
Thinking things through to the end is usually successful. Just not our strength in Germany. I don’t even know if it’s that easy to blame politics or industry. The reasons are often much more banal: People don’t like change. “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said: faster horses,” Henry Ford is said to have said.
The bottom line is that our children will drive different cars than we do today. They will look different, I am convinced that they will be predominantly electric, fueled with electricity, with hydrogen and, as combustion engines, they will be climate-neutral with e-fuels or eco-mix fuels. It doesn’t all have to be bad, because it preserves our mobility.
The new AUTO BILD 37/2022: Here are all the topics
NEW HITS Mercedes is completely rethinking the C-Class: When it comes, what it can • Ferrari’s first SUV: Purosangue • Lexus RX: We drive the new • Nissan X-Trail, Jeep Avenger, Bentley Flying Spur Speed, GM wants to go to Europe MESSAGES Elli boss Elke Temme: “Bidirectional charging is a key technology” • E-cars with five stars in Euro NCAP TESTING & TECHNOLOGY BMW 520d Touring against Volvo V90 B5: Expensive, but economical • Everyday relationship: Kia EV6 • Box comparison: Ford Tourneo Connect against Dacia Jogger • News from the endurance test • Used cars: VW Polo REPORTS Uniti boss Elmar Kühn: Why it doesn’t work without e-fuels • 530 hp, 640,000 euros, 5 km/h: AUTO BILD drives the Claas Xerion 5000 • How we drive tomorrow: A futurologist looks into the crystal ball SERVICE Internet to go: We test mobile WLAN hotspots • How important good hearing is in the car HEADINGS Eye-catcher: RM Sotheby’s • Motorsport: Audi RS Q e-tron E2 • Extra Tour: BAC Mono.