What Will Move Us Next: Highlights from the IAA 2021
Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my
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This week, the government announces an extension on expired road taxes and drivers licenses and the reopening of the post offices and JPJ centres, and Daniel explains why not all Japanese cars are considered 'JDM's'. In Part 2, Daniel explains why he's reviewing the Hyundai Kona for the third time in 2 years as he takes a spin in a newly-refreshed 2021 model.
Finally, in Part 3, Ariff highlights the cars worth talking about during the IAA 2021, as the leading German automotive manufacturers showcase their latest products, ideas and visions for the future of mobility. These include the Volkswagen ID.Life Concept, the Porsche Mission R cup car and four new all-electric Mercedes EQ models. We also discuss the jet-like Audi Gransphere Concept, the 100% recyclable BMW iVision Circular, the BMW Motorrad CE02 urban mini motorbike, and the return of the bubble car in the form of the Microlino 2.0.
Produced by: Ariff Roose
Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose, Daniel Fernandez
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Categories: Politics, Social Issues, Auto, Business Analysis
Tags: EV, Electric Cars, BMW i, Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes EQ, Maybach, Future of Mobility, Microcars, Mobility, Audi, Concept Cars, IAA, Hyundai, Crossovers, Classic Cars, Japanese Cars, Volkswagen, Porsche,