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What can an SUV with 300 horsepower really do? We got former race-car driver Klaus Niedzwiedz to put the new Seat Cupra Ateca through its paces, both on the road and on the track. Does it meet his expectations?
The most popular mid-size in history has had over 19 million sales worldwide, but never made much of a splash in Europe. Now 15 years after it was retired, Toyota has breathed life back into the Camry with a full hybrid version.
Customizing cars has a long history, as the 1951 VW Beetle Stoll Coupe illustrates. Drive it! took this elegant, one-of-a-kind model out for a spin. It's certainly no ordinary VW Bug!
SUVs are supposed to be able to master on- and off-road conditions. The new Kia Sportage is fuel-efficient besides. The latest version of the model comes equipped with a mild-hybrid system that uses a 48-volt battery.
The Bavarian carmaker's flagship luxury sedan has been facelifted for the first time in three years, so we decided to see what's new. Is the plug-in hybrid, long version of the 7 Series really an improvement on its predecessor?
11-year-old violin virtuoso Teo Gertler is causing a stir on the international music scene. The Slovakian child prodigy plays the most difficult violin concertos by heart and receives rave reviews.
Pietro Proserpio, a retiree living in Portugal's capital Lisbon, builds entire worlds with a little junk and lots of imagination and brings them to life with complex technology. His machines have enchanted thousands.
Under the motto "Water is Life and Light is Art", artists from around the world and Italy have transformed Brixen's city center into a space for installations of light and water. Some 80,000 visitors are expected.
For one week every spring, Jerez de la Frontera celebrates a festival for the three pillars of its world-fame: horses, flamenco and sherry. The Feria del Caballo attracts visitors from around the world to southern Spain
White asparagus is one of Germany's favorite seasonal vegetables, while the rest of Europe prefers green asparagus. Asparagus season is always very short here in Germany.
Blood is our body's delivery service. It flows continuously through our veins and provides nutrients to our cells. In Good Shape reveals the most important facts about the 'liquid organ'.
The Shammar are one of the largest Arab tribes in northern Syria. Its forces fought the IS, and now that the civil war is coming to an end, the Shammar hope to help shape the country's future.
The Fertility Center Berlin helps woman to fulfill their dream of having a child. Carsten Lekutat talks to reproductive health expert Heribert Kentenich.
Thirty years ago France and Germany formed a joint military brigade. A model for European defense policy, the Franco-German Brigade shows that it's possible for former enemies to become allies.
More and more young Italians are traveling hundreds of kilometers from the south of Italy to the north in search of work. They see little future for themselves in their homeland and place much of the blame on the EU.
In Brussels' Molenbeek district, which has a large Muslim population, residents are campaigning for European ideals. Better integration and job prospects are to make young immigrants less susceptible to radical Islamist rhetoric.
Tons of lost or abandoned plastic fishing nets are polluting the Baltic and endangering its marine life. Recovering and disposing of these ghost nets is proving problematic for both environmental activists and the authorities.
Peter Marki-Zay, independent mayor of the Hungarian town of Hodmezovasarhely, aims to combat anti-EU sentiment in his country. But officials loyal to Hungary's governing party, Fidesz, are making his job difficult.
Fewer people are being born with disabilities - thanks to modern healthcare and prenatal diagnoses. But is this necessarily good news? No, says Timo Oelschlager, who was born with spina bifida. He wants to see inclusion instead of selection.
In Israel patients' medical data have been collected for two decades now. In the tech clusters known as Silicon Wadi, startups use the medical records platform to develop algorithms and their businesses. So far, there's been little pushback.