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Top and flop: the good and bad car news of week 40

+ Top - This Lamborghini Countach prototype is a copy. What happened to the original?

This is a true-to-life copy of the Lamborghini Countach prototype, as presented at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. The car was built by the Lamborghini classics department on behalf of a wealthy collector. But what actually happened to the real Lamborghini Countach LP 500?

+ Top - First review Lexus NX (2021) - Lexus's first plug-in hybrid attempt is just as good

You can "talk" to the new Lexus NX, so we should have asked, "Hey Lexus, why didn't Lexus come up with a plug-in hybrid sooner?" Because the NX 450h+ is a more than excellent first attempt. Although it is on the expensive side…

+ Top - This unique Porsche 968 L'ART transports you back to the 90s

This looks like a study model from the early nineties, but in fact this Porsche 968 L'ART is completely new. Porsche built it together with designer Arthur Kar of the Parisian fashion brand L'Art De L'Automobile. The unique art car made its debut during the last Paris Fashion Week.

- Flop - The traffic jams are back! Busier on the roads last week than in 2019

You may have noticed: the files are back! The congestion pressure in the Netherlands last week was even above the level of the same period in 2019. It seems that the positive effects of the corona crisis on road traffic are quickly disappearing again. Partly because travelers fall back into old patterns ...

- Flop - You have speedcams and you have top speedcams! Have you also been caught by one of these?

We are approaching the end of the year, so it is almost time for performance appraisals. And the Ministry of Justice also keeps it with speed cameras. They are judged on their performance: how many fines do they hand out? These ten speed cameras are the best at what they do. These speed cameras flash the most.

- Flop - Biggest chance of a traffic accident - chunk pilots drive in these four municipalities

Rijkswaterstaat and the police registered more than 103,000 traffic accidents in the Netherlands last year. Almost 11 percent of this can be traced back to just two major cities: Amsterdam and Rotterdam. But the greatest risk of a traffic accident is in four other municipalities.

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