PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle)

A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle is a car that can run independently on fossil fuels and electricity. In the case of a plug-in hybrid, it is important that the vehicle is equipped with a traction battery that can be recharged from the electricity grid.

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Zero gravity seats

A zero gravity seat is a type of seat designed to provide maximum comfort and minimize pressure on the body while sitting. This term is often associated with spacecraft or airplanes, where these seats are designed to minimize the negative effects of gravity on the human body. However, today these ergonomic seats are increasingly being used as part of the luxury equipment in personal automobiles.

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CC (Coupe Cabrio)

The vehicles, called coupé-cabriolets, are based on the classic convertible, which is equipped with a folding fixed roof with a mechanism. The coupe-cabriolet bodies, also referred to as CC, literally became a hit at the beginning of the millennium. Today, however, they have all but disappeared from car manufacturers’ catalogues.

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V2L (Vehicle to Load)

V2L technology allows the electric car to provide AC power to external appliances such as lights, laptops, electric scooters, electric saws, grills and refrigerators. In short, when the power grid is unavailable, the user can use his electric car as a mobile source of electricity.

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Maxi DOT

Maxi DOT is the designation for the display type of the on-board computer. It is actually a matrix display that is located in the instrument cluster, usually between the analogue vehicle speed and engine speed indicators. The Maxi DOT display is composed of individual illuminated dots which allows for much greater display variability.

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Carbon dioxide CO2

Carbon dioxide has become synonymous with the environmental friendliness of car transport. In recent years, however, CO2 has only been given a negative label. At the same time, it is a non-toxic, inert, colourless, tasteless and odourless gas. CO2 is a normal part of our lives. It is formed by the reaction of carbon with oxygen, for example in a process called combustion, but also in ordinary human breathing … what do you know about it?

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