In the third year after Corona, more and more people are thinking about a new car. Because delivery times are getting shorter and discounts are being granted again. But what should it be? A combustion engine, i.e. a diesel or petrol engine, or is it an electric car? “Not every car fits everyone,” says the spokesman for Auto Spring, Ernest Wipplinger. Before such a far-reaching decision is made, a consultation is essential. Experts from all areas, especially from the corner of e-mobility, are waiting at the Auto Spring in the Linz Design Center.
Advantages of a wall box?
Not only sellers of the individual brands that offer e-cars can provide factual information, above all the specialists from Linz AG (“StromMobil”), Energie AG and Keba know all about charging options and can explain the pros and cons Explain the disadvantages of a wall box. And what else needs to be considered: Who is allowed to install these charging points? How high does the connected load have to be? How much funding does the state give? Where do I submit the requests? All questions are answered competently.
A total of 199 new cars from 37 brands invite you to try them out, of which 44 models are purely electric, i.e. electric cars (BEV), as well as 18 plug-in hybrids and 37 hybrids.
Win Nissan Qashqai
Everyone can try their luck at the OÖN stand: a brand new Nissan Qashqai e-Power will be raffled off here.
51st Linz Auto Spring
The 51st Linz Auto Spring invites you to the Linz Design Center on Saturday, March 18th and Sunday, March 19th. Opening times: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The admission prices remained the same as last year: Adults 10 euros (reduced 8 euros), families 20 euros (2 adults, children up to 15 years; reduced 16 euros), children 2 euros (up to 15 years), disabled people 8 euros (only with ID).
Reduced admission is available with the OÖNcard, ÖAMTC and ARBÖ vouchers and the 4youCard.