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Top and flop - the good and bad car news of week 42 (2023) -

Friday afternoon, half past four. Computer off, the weekend has started. At we look back on a week in which not the Chinese, but the French started an offensive of affordable electric cars and Japanese brands once again showed the craziest creations. Good news, bad news, top and flop.

+ Top - For an affordable EV you have to be in France

When the Citroën ë-C3 was unveiled this week with a price of 25,000 euros, parent company Stellantis threw presents for everyone like a French Oprah Winfrey. The French concern comes with seven affordable cars, the price even drops below 20,000 euros.


The new Fiat 500

Discover the city in style. Get into the 100% electric Fiat 500 from €359 per month and benefit from €2950 government subsidy.

+ Top - A crazy (but oh so smart) Toyota

Yeah, just laugh at this one moving container. But the Toyota Kayoibako is darn clever. It is smaller than an Opel Corsa, but has the wheelbase of a Mercedes C-class. What will Toyota do with this crazy van?

+ Top - The Honda E is getting a second life after all

The Honda e was greeted enthusiastically by everyone in 2019. Until it became clear how high the price was and how small the range. Nobody buys it and so it goes out of production. A successor? Forget it, Honda initially said. But Honda already seems to regret that. Just look at the Honda Sustaina C!

- Flop - For now you can whistle for your Tesla Cybertruck

Elon Musk had good and bad news: the first deliveries of the Tesla Cybertruck starting in the US in November. But before production really gets going, it will be a year and a half later and it will be 2025. And so in Belgium and the Netherlands we have to wait, wait, wait...

- Flop - Electrical mistakes from the past

Now that the electric car has made its breakthrough, we look back on history. In it you see all kinds of crazy, bizarre, shocking and sometimes also intelligent electric cars, who just don't make it. For example, does the younger elder still remember De Witkar?

- Flop - math with Lynk & Co

How economical is a plug-in hybrid? Lynk & Co calculates it. Insightful, it must be said. In passing, Lynk & Co once again praises its car-sharing system. But then the Chinese have to work on it lousy service.

This post was last modified on October 20, 2023 2:48 pm


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