The real truth in Audi, the economical model of Porsche

The real truth in Audi, the economical model of Porsche

Journal for Wednesday, November 2, 2022
The real truth in Audi, the economical model of Porsche

With virtual reality, Audi wants to enable in-car gaming without motion sickness. We also offer money-saving tips for Porsche’s 718 and compare the VW ID.5 with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Polestar 2.

Gambling until the doctor comes. The problem with many in-car entertainment systems is a phenomenon called motion sickness. This means that passengers get sick while gambling or reading in the car. Why? Information from different sense organs about the type and speed of movement is not consistent. With the Munich VR startup Holoride, Audi has now presented a system that aims to put an end to this. My colleague Carl Nowak took a closer look at the technology and tested the system.


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BLOCKED 11/02/22 00:01 Porsche 718 Cayman Boxster 2022 Style Edition


It’s a well-known fact that you can’t buy style, you have style. At least that’s what I understood so far. Since Porsche is used to overturning the rules of nature – or at least putting them slightly ahead of the rest, it’s no surprise that there’s a price advantage with the 718 Cayman and Boxster Sport Editions. If there are more than a few stickers hidden behind the version and how much can be saved, my colleague Patrick Lang knows.

Even if the weekend of the Grand Prix race in Mexico is almost two days ago, the results have not completely disappeared. What our Formula 1 experts have to say about the budget cap penalty for Red Bull, what they think about the TV boycott and how they assess the performance of Mercedes and Ferrari. You can find out in the new Formel Schmidt episode in video and podcast.