Don’t forget to watch the 10th episode of the 2nd series of TV World of Motors tonight on Nova Action or Voyo. Michal Dokoupil will test the Hyundai Kona Electric, Vláďa Kadera will examine the Audi A8 and Martin Vaculík will take us back to the time of the Tatra 603. You will also learn everything about the amendment to the Road Traffic Act in Petr Slováček’s consulting room.

Today at 20:30 on Nova Action. A na Voyo

Like every Wednesday evening, you can count on a new episode of TV World of Motors. The tenth episode of the second series will be broadcast by Nova Action today, November 8, at 8:30 p.m. All broadcast parts are also on Voyo.

Michal Dokoupil and Hyundai Kona Electric

Michal Dokoupil is a specialist in electric cars, so his tests are valuable material these days. In addition, when it comes to the new Hyundai Kona Electric, perhaps the best electric car under a million crowns. It even starts at the amount of CZK 899,990, so there will still be room for additional equipment. But then the BMW iX1 is within reach. We will see if the differences between ordinary and premium brands are erased.

Audi A8: Is it still enough?

The Audi A8 has been on the market a bit longer than its German rivals. And it also retained a more conservative design inside and out. But does it matter? Vlaďa Kadera looks at whether older really means worse.

Racer and racing Kawasaki Ninja

Kamil Holán is world class in the world of road bikes. And so is today’s machine. The Ninja ZX-10R is crazy already in the series, but this Kamilova is tuned to the last screw. You simply won’t see a faster combination of rider and motorcycle here.

Martin Vaculík and Tatra 603

Martin Vaculík and Tatra 603. Can it get any better? Hard! Still the majestic papalash carriage with a snarling air-cooled V8. We’ll take you back to a time when the roads were calm and slower, while the kids rolled over the eight-cylinder.

Petr Slováček and the amendment to the law

The amendment to the Road Traffic Act can be described as a minor tornado. The fine for holding a mobile phone while driving is up to 10,000, driving a car will be possible from the age of 17 and so on. Petr Slováček will guide you through the changes clearly and graphically.