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Rolls-Royce's new model was named after the largest diamond ever found in the world, the Cullinan. But its massive stainless steel grille, clean lines and angular exterior make it immediately recognizable as a Rolls-Royce.
After 45 years on the market, the Volkswagen Passat is now in the 2nd edition of its 8th generation. The touch-ups to the exterior might seem minimal at first glance. But underneath the surface of the new Passat, some real changes have been made.
22 years ago, Volvo rolled out the first V70 XC. But the Swedish carmaker's remained true to the basic concept, preserving the XCs' off-road capabilities with standard all-wheel drive and high clearances. The new V60 Cross Country is no exception.
We test the luxury Range Rover Sport P400e SUV in the plug-in hybrid version: It's propelled by a 221-kW 2-liter, 4-cylinder gasoline engine in tandem with a 105-kW electric motor which has an all-electric range of up to 48 kilometers.
Thyssen-Krupp wants to revolutionize elevators using magnetic levitation - with a cable-less cabin that can also go sideways. The company is conducting tests on a monumental scale on the edge of Germany's Black Forest.
IOTA is a relatively new cryptocurrency. It was launched in 2015, and features technology that is set to be used in the development of smart cities. MADE met up with co-founder Dominik Schiener.
As the world's cities grow, so does the waste they produce. What do you do with it all? Downtown Berlin's answer is a labyrinth of underground disposal tunnels.
Urban areas with over 10 million inhabitants are classed as megacities. Currently most of them are located in Asia. High birth rates and urban migration, however, have also made megacities a growing phenomenon in Africa.
With space dwindling in cities worldwide, demand is rising for affordable homes. The likes of Walter Gropius and Bruno Taut paved the way for social housing. Today they continue to inspire city planners and architects.
Ghana is the world's second largest cocoa exporter. But production has declined due to crop disease and extreme dry weather. An organization from the Netherlands is helping farmers to replace their old cocoa trees.
Alienated by a radicalization of the "yellow vest" movement, one of its founders has hung up her own yellow vest and launched a political party instead. Jacline Mouraud says she wants to fight for social justice in France in a constructive way.
The art collections of Bavarian kings are featured at museums like the Alte and Neue Pinakothek. The Brandhorst Museum specializes in contemporary art. And car-lovers will certainly enjoy a visit to the BMW museum.
Nymphenburg once served as the summer residence of Bavarian kings, and is one of the largest palaces in Europe. The palace and the park that surrounds it are two of Munich's top tourist attractions.
The snowboard Anna Gasser has twice been Austria's sportswoman of the year. She's made a name with spectacular jumps and was the first woman to do a Cab Triple Underflip 1260. She won gold at the 2018 Olympics.
The Berlin-based fashion label Brachmann makes clothes for men and women inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetic. It was set up Jennifer Brachmann who studied architecture and fashion.
Every year, the "Icehotel" has to be built again from fresh snow and ice. It's the oldest hotel of its kind in the world. Guests have been coming here since 1989 to spend a frosty night.
At Maguelone Vidal's dinners, musicians and chefs use conventional instruments and kitchen utensils to cook up a symphony. A wonderful experience that addresses all the senses of the diners.
The Women on View exhibition at Chaussee 36 in Berlin explores the aesthetics of desire in advertising over the past 80 years or so. It features works by Peter Lindbergh, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts and Ellen von Unwerth.
For centuries the Mixtec community in the state of Oaxaca has been farming agave plants. They now want to share their traditions with outsiders. The farmers have the support of Rutopia, a startup from Mexico City that promotes rural eco-tourism.
The history of science is usually portrayed as the history of male scientists. But women have also played crucial roles in science. We travel in time, from the world's first chemist more than 3,000 years ago to a 2018 physics Nobel laureate.
In Good Shape speaks with Dr. Viviane Bremer about sexually transmitted diseases at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. She is an expert on HIV and other STIs, and she explains how to best protect yourself from becoming infected and how the disea...
Germany is a paradise for speed demons. The Autobahns have no speed limits. And illegal street races are a disturbing new trend in Germany's cities. A special police unit is trying to stop them and keep bystanders from being injured or killed.
The people of Hawes, a small town in northern England, are used to solving their own problems. The unease about Brexit seems far removed from the Yorkshire villagers. But they too are preparing for March 29th - by becoming even more self-sufficient.