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The Hilux is part of Toyota's 50-year history on the pickup market. More than 18 million of the world's most popular pickup truck have been sold. The 8th generation Hilux has been given a facelift.
Driving in tough conditions takes courage and a sense for safety. The Arvidsjauer region of Sweden has frozen lakes that provide perfect conditions for taking VW's Arteon out for a test spin.
A McLaren marked with an LT has been stripped down to its bare bones. The 600LT Spider is the lightest car in its class. The uncompromising development aim was reducing its weight by 90 kg.
The Opel Olympia was a technological trend-setter back in the 1930s. It made Opel the first German carmaker to build 100,000 models a year. Its exterior hides a modern chassis and engine.
Companies trademark colors associated with their brands. Infringements trigger lawsuits. Nivea loves its rich blue; Deutsche Telekom's identity is magenta. Customer loyalty and real money are at stake.
Half the world's cars have a coat of paint in black, grey, silver or white made by German chemicals group BASF. We visited the company to find out why sobriety dominates the palette, when so many wild and crazy colors are just waiting to be applied.
Children's toys are often designed to be gender-specific. Girls get pink; boys, blue. Girls get dolls; boys, robots. Gender-neutral toys contribute to breaking down damaging stereotypes. Cristina Cubas says we still have a long way to go.
How three graffiti artists who decorated other people's property without permission morphed into a legit art agency that gets commissions for murals. Xi-Design, a Berlin story.
Exquisite pigments were luxury goods even in antiquity. They were traded across great distances and were a driver of ancient globalization. Modern synthetic dyes are cheap for the most part. Now many people can afford colorful clothing.
Marketing products means seducing consumers. Colors are deployed strategically with the aim of luring target groups. A psychologist and a product designer reveal something about what they consider to be the unconscious processes at play.
Jan Ole Lindner is 16 years old and no longer willing to leave the future of the planet to the adults. So every week, he skips school to protest. He's encouraged other students to take part in a global "Fridays for Future" action day on March 15th.
Many Poles see Russia as a threat, especially since the Ukraine crisis and the annexation of Crimea. In the northeast of Poland is a large contingent of US soldiers, part of NATO's plan to secure Poland in the event of a provocation from the east.
Germany's largest island is shaped by natural landscapes, chalk cliffs and sandy beaches. It has been a travel destination for those seeking rest and relaxation since the late 19th century.
This year, Switzerland's premier motor show is all about electric cars - from luxury vehicles to powerful sports cars. But is this really the stuff of the future or just a clever marketing strategy?
He once belonged to a street gang, now he's one of Germany's best chefs: Tim Raue. The Berlin restaurant that bears his name has two Michelin stars and rates among the top 50 restaurants worldwide.
It's said to drive out the winter and herald the start of Lent: the traditional "Butter Week" or "Maslenitsa". We visit one especially cheerful Maslenitsa festival, in a sculpture park two hundred kilometers from Moscow.
They're small, light weight and can be strapped to any boot or shoe: "Snowfeet" are part skis, part ice skates and allow you to almost fly down the ski slopes. It's fast becoming a popular new winter sport.
London's National Portrait Gallery is showing a major exhibition of Martin Parr's photos. With much talk about Brexit, it offers an insightful look at all things British - with a touch of British humor.
An urban farming project is securing food sources for thousands of poor people in Quito - by providing access to gardens. Participants currently grow over 900 tons of produce for consumption and sale. The gardens are also good for the climate.
The European appetite for chicken begins and ends with the bird's breast. Other parts are chopped up, frozen and shipped abroad - often to Africa. Poultry imports subsidized by the EU are ruining the market for African farmers.
In Good Shape meets specialist Dr. Fernando Dimeo at a sports medicine treatment facility in Berlin. He knows the most frequent causes of back pain, and shows how to prevent it - and how to provide relief through exercise.
With less money in their pockets, Turkish voters may punish the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan in upcoming municipal elections. And the construction boom is weakening. Many developers can't sell their properties, which have become ghost towns.