I don’t know how many of you regularly read this editorial. By the way, I’m happy about everyone. But longtime readers of AUTO BILD SPORTSCARS will know that I didn’t get much out of it. This is the case with cars, music and editorial. I prefer to report in an unconventional way about what I’m experiencing behind the wheel or what’s currently occupying my mind in the automotive world – sometimes from faraway countries. It was almost impossible in the last two years, but now I’m on vacation again. Two weeks in Scotland, 2500 kilometers in left-hand traffic. No, sadly not on the dream tour of page 86. The fact that Fortune partner also hijacked Scotland with two Aston Martins is pure coincidence. Driving on the “wrong” side is easy to spot, but I find the British fascination for things sporty to be truly remarkable – in every body shape.
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The big ’90s Japanese coupé scene is striking, and the WRX STIs of nearly every generation are also encountered regularly – of course, because of the right-hand drive. Tuned minibuses take the cake, though: you barely see a VW Multivan or Ford Transit that doesn’t wear a sports apron or rally stripe. I even found a lower-end Renault Trafic with sportswear, big rims and black and yellow RS paint. I wonder if this trend will happen to us too.
Happy reading, your Alexander Bernt (editor manager)
You will find this topic in the new issue:
NEW HITS BMW M4 CSL: lightweight construction, more horsepower, lots of carbon, all the facts • Mercedes-AMG One: The F1 street racer is finally ready • Porsche 911 SportClassic: All details about the 550 hp handset • AudiRS 4 Avant and RS5: With competition package • Mercedes-AMG C 43: four-cylinder and fast? All information news AMG Vision • BMW XM • TEST AND TECHNOLOGY Driving report: BMW M135i xDrive • Driving report: Ruf Turbo Florio – exotic among the Targas • Super test: Alpine A110 S – faster on and off the track • 2022 drift comparison: with AMG E 63 ST, BMW M4, Ford Mustang Mach 1, Jaguar F-Type P450, Toyota GR Yaris, Porsche Taycan, VW Golf R • Tire test: Four semi-slicks in
235/35 R 19 am Golf GTI Clubsport • Big versus small: Skoda Octavia RS versus Sportline 4×4 Incredible • Attraction: With Aston Martin DBX and V12 Speedster through Scotland • Attraction: 33 years old Mazda MX-5, time travel and out MOTOR SPORT Le Mans 24 Hours: Preview • Luca Engstler: Promotion to GT Masters REPORT Exclusive insights into the Böllinger Höfe, the production of the Audi R8
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