The new AUTO BILD 51/2021

First of all, it’s good news. Anyone who buys an e-car will still get up to 9,000 euros in 2022, and up to 6750 euros for the plug-in hybrid. That was decided by the new Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens). I find realistic and good. But it is only superficial good news because:

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– Continue to subsidize all taxpayers switching from initially a few motorists. Also the petrol and diesel aviationrer who cannot change at allbecause they never buy new cars because they drive too much, because they don’t know where to load.
– Furthermore, many cars are flat because of the semiconductor crisis not to get, i have now already heard the number 2023 as the delivery date.
– And it is still unclear what after that …

Tom turner

AUTO BILD editor-in-chief Tom Drechsler.

One thing is clear: in future there will only be money for a “demonstrably positive climate protection effect”. My e-car is built CO2-neutrally. But it is fueled by coal. If it’s Christmas, I would have one wish: Make sure that we not only pay for green electricity, but also get it. The German electricity mix is ​​dirty (and expensive). Annoyed enough! All of us at AUTO BILD wish you a healthy Christmas. Thank you for your loyalty.

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The new AUTO BILD 51/2021: Here are all the topics

NEW HITS Toyota’s electric offensive, Mazda MX-5 model year 2022, Lexus ROV Concept MESSAGES Natural gas tanks with an expiry date Recycling for the energy transition • Interjection: Mercedes drives autonomously TEST & TECHNOLOGY Seven under four meters: Caterham Super Seven, Dacia Spring, Fiat Panda, Mazda MX-5, Smart EQ fortwo, Suzuki Ignis, Toyota GR Yaris • First drive: Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 • Up and fast: BMW X4 M versus Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Jaguar F-Pace SVR and Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S • Everyday test: Mazda MX-30 • Endurance test: Kia ProCeed • Electric range drive • Audi RS 3 in the first test • Used: VW Tiguan Allspace REPORTS Savings master: Wolfgang Krause’s Seat Arosa has over 500,000 kilometers on the clock – and only needs 3.5 liters on average SERVICE Anniversary: ​​70 years of general inspection • Broken batteries: replacing cells saves money HEADINGS Eye-catcher: Mini in New York • Readers’ choice: Best Brands 2022 • Motorsport: Max Verstappen • Promotion: Classic car donation extra tour: Lexus LC 500h.

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