Friday, April 19, 2024

Here they are – did you jump on the April fools car bandwagon?

Michael Ranslirpa would have introduced an expensive sticker on all electric cars, and the EU would give 15,000 euros in scrapping premium for your petrol or diesel car. This year, too, there were April fools in the world of cars.

Michael with the very uncreative surname Ranslirpa was on Monday 1 April a very big supporter of a new law aimed at people in electric cars.

The new law will make it mandatory for people in electric cars to drive around with a warning sticker on the car. And it's expensive. DKK 1,500, which the electric drivers themselves must pay.

– This will not only increase safety, but also promote a greater awareness of the special precautions that are necessary when driving near or parking next to an electric car, Ranslirpa said according to Nyheder24.

The EU also got on the field with something of a beret on the first day of the week. According to BilBasen , the EU will suddenly pay 15,000 euros in scrapping premiums for diesel and petrol cars.

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And then there were the car brands themselves. For example, Hyundai said that they had designed a car specifically for dogs.

And we stay in the dog world. Because at Honda, you could talk about the new Pet-Activated Wireless System on Monday. It should make dogs better able to communicate with cars and vice versa. Among other things, the trunk will now automatically open when Vuffer approaches.. cough, cough…

Isuzu had secretly developed a deodorant that only very experienced pickup truck owners had been allowed to test.

On the same day, Volkswagen unveiled an ID.3 in particularly famous harlequin colours. All as a tribute to the 90s versions of the VW Golf and Polo.

At BMW, Monday was used to talk about a brand new overall that people could put on to make the car wash much easier.

Finally, Electrifying.com believed on Monday that a balloon company had invented a type of tire that could generally save all electric cars 500 kilos of dead weight. The tires had been named Hotyres 0104 and had been filled with hot air by their inventor 'Poppy Cox'.

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