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Top and flop: the good and bad car news from week 15

+ Top – With the electric Mercedes EQS you are not often at the charging station

The Tesla Model S was the range champion so far, with a maximum range of 660 kilometers. But now an electric car is finally going over that. The Mercedes EQS – a plug-in saloon the size of the Mercedes S-class – is only through its battery charge after 770 kilometers.


+ Top – You could wait for it: Matchbox’s cars will also be sustainable!

It seems like 2030 will be some kind of magical year. Many car manufacturers will then say goodbye to the combustion engine and Polestar has even announced that it will come up with a climate-neutral model. A lot also happens in the world of model cars. Matchbox announces that by 2030 all of its toy cars will be fully recyclable, starting with this tiny Tesla Roadster, which will be on sale from 2022.


+ Top – Electric Audi Q4 E-Tron and Q4 Sportback E-Tron with a range of 511 kilometers

Guess what: how many SUV models does Audi now have? Are there five? Seven? Just maybe nine? No, at the time of writing Audi has covered every conceivable niche with no fewer than eleven SUV models! The newest two are electric. And this Audi Q4 E-Tron and Q4 Sportback E-Tron can reach a maximum of 511 on a full battery.


+ Top – Why the electric Polestar 2 is suddenly 14,000 euros cheaper

Until now, there was little to choose from at Polestar. There was only one variant of the Polestar 2, with a starting price of 59,800 euros. But now that is finally changing. Polestar is launching two new versions of the Polestar 2. One has a much longer range, both are a lot cheaper.


– Flop – Why the Dacia Sandero only gets 2 out of 5 stars in the Euro NCAP crash test

Euro NCAP has again smashed a number of brand new cars. Usually the safety club hands out a minimum of 4 or even the maximum score of 5 stars. Not on the Dacia Sandero and the Dacia Sandero Stepway. They only get two, and this is why.


– Flop – They can’t park at all in this province

You – our readers – are really good at parking, right? You never drive parking damage, not even a scratch. But do you know where they absolutely cannot park? In Limburg! And Volvo drivers are the worst. Those dents and dents a bit during parking.

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