Hadtobe
Hadtobe

Probably going to be China.

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Surfersoper
Surfersoper

@robert what is the cost for the battery upgrade? And will you be doing a video about it? Keep up the good work!

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Peter Semmens
Peter Semmens

" There is so much content " First Time viewer. EXELLENT ! Mosh Australia.

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ferkeap
ferkeap

GET AN E-BIKE If you can't afford an EV firstly get an e bike

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Serge Vereecke
Serge Vereecke

One ring to rule them all.

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IJustHitTheFan
IJustHitTheFan

I love the "you can drive all the way from Norway to Malaga" dreaming from your Garden under lockdown. Can't wait to be able to freely travel again. Till then, dreaming keeps the spirit high.

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yerowww666
yerowww666

the battery rental is stupid. it costs as much as the fuel and the road tax savings combined. that only leaves servicing costs which may or may not be outweight by the increased insurance of buying a car that is more expensive to start with. also, the real reason i want an electric car is to be able to drive more and not worry about the expenses it will bring about. if the battery lease is policing the number of miles i do in a year, it ruins that.

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

Renault offer Electric Cars without battery leasing. Much more recent episodes of Fully Charged on the Renault Zoe are available if it’s that car you’re interested in. Thanks, Fully Charged Dan

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Serge Vereecke
Serge Vereecke

How do i look? Wall-e comes to mind.

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Paul Goffin
Paul Goffin

Disagree about the "static technology". Electric motors are an extremely mature technology. About the only thing that can improve is the batteries. ICE manufacturers could put in the software, could put in auto updates, mobile phones instead of keys, etc.. They choose not to because they see upgrading as a way to sell new cars.

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IJustHitTheFan
IJustHitTheFan

What did you say about the train in Spain?

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Lars Gamborg
Lars Gamborg

Enjoyed that, including your drives in Norway!

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Petros Patrikiadis
Petros Patrikiadis

Excellent review, thank you!

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MrBazsi888
MrBazsi888

Tesla Y + ID3 + Honda E. Wow, amazing options in 2020. This is amazing for the air pollution in the cities.

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Nils Frederking
Nils Frederking

"EV´s then cost the same as ICE cars" with a battery lasting one million mile and a comparable purchase price EV´s cost much less then an ICE car. So everyone who has a garage or carport with a plug makes the much better chice with purchasing an EV, emission restrictions are another aspect. Furthermore I am very confident about the fact that charge times will be much lower with Teslas new battery technology. In one of the patents a charge time of 9 minutes vs 30 minutes was stated (I suppose something like 10-80%).

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Azar Huseynli
Azar Huseynli

Yo, european rodes are fine. Its the UK thats fucked up. Stop saying europe when you mean UK.

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

Hmmm, have driven extensively in the UK, Europe and the US; Europe has plenty of small roads as well, especially when compared to the US. Thanks, Fully Charged Dan

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Dirk Diggler
Dirk Diggler

If your out of battery U can load it up too 40% again while driving with the SAVE-button.

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Gerald Whitlock
Gerald Whitlock

Has Robert lost him chair?

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farfett_il-lejl
farfett_il-lejl

I hate seeing the EU being split into separate items on the list. The actual views are as follows: EU 23.3% US 22.4% UK 22.1%

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Magnets Travel
Magnets Travel

I was in Austin 😜

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yerowww666
yerowww666

this car genuenly could replace 1/2 the cars in the parkinglot of the average company if they only bothered to put windows and a heather on it. don't tell me a 1kW heather with some fans takes up too much space(seriously. have u ever seen a hair dryer?) or uses too much energy on a 20 minute journey.

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Chrome book
Chrome book

too much tesla

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El Presidente
El Presidente

I would love to see Mercedes A250E Sedan on FC! :)

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DM 2MW
DM 2MW

They had to make it wider to balance out for the added height or else the car would look narrow like it would tip over easily. Also for aesthetics for the car to still look pleasing on the eyes as well giving it a sense of planted feel. Great show!

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Bijan Mehrpour
Bijan Mehrpour

If you notice - the guy explaining the car, finishes every sentence with "right?"

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mkmm60
mkmm60

You are right. Thinking back to my childhood, I remember cars with starting problems, overheating coolers on rising roads, problems with the "distributor arm" could be seen on a daily basis. Not to forget half of the cars covered with rust.

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all things electric
all things electric

You're not a fanboi or hater bobby, you seem like a decent guy who is a fan and genuine advocate for cleantech. what you are is a FRAUD ENABLER. musk is a symptom of ZIRP along with other frauds like UBER, Spotify, Theranos, Softbank etc. Charlatans like Musk are inevitable when cycles go on as long as this one..........this car, this episode and your sycophancy and extraordinarily limited understanding of the technology you promote and frauds behind them will not end well. By all means keep on promoting the guy who called a national hero a pedo, sends workers back to work despite county orders, and seems to magically cook up a random profit with billions in A/R when he needs to raise and is such high risk the board cannot get D&O insurance so musk has to insure them himself........this piece of cr*p company has been losing $7000USD/car for nearly two decades...........honestly where were the signs................if you think elon is smart, its because you are not............. when the tide goes out we get to see who has been swimming naked.

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lm lm
lm lm

I think Tesla's loose so little value because of high demand for the car, however other manufacturers like Nissan leaf do not seem to be in the same boat. I guess due to huge gap in technology between the brands. As a petrol head myself I can't argue about the advantages of electric vehicles over ice. It is a fact that ev will eventually take over completely. Ev are zero emission cars, have hell a lot less of moving parts which make them more reliable than ice cars. Let alone no fuel, intake, exhaust,ignition systems that can brake down. The only concern I have got is the charging infrastructure. UK government is good at signing agreement but not so efficient at paying money towards building infrastructure to support the change from ice to full electric. I wish they started to take it seriously. The battery time charge and efficiency at keeping charge will improve as well. Not at the pace we normally except for technology as the lithium ion one is the best we have got and most scientist around the world work to improve it. Hopefully soon there will be a major brake through that will actually help to push for ev shift. In my opinion, as a petrol head, in order for people to buy more electric cars there need to be first of all an sustainable, efficient and reliable charge infrastructure (with cheap electricity of course), ev prices for used vehicles to match their ice equivalents, which I think is the easiest to achieve as it mainly depends on battery cost and finally the time you spend at the 'pump'. If as I have heard on this channel at some point in near future we will be able to charge 70-80 per cent of the battery which will last say 200-250miles in 5 minutes on a reliable charge network then even the most stubborn petrol heads will buy ev.

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Eugene Bajema
Eugene Bajema

Dear Robert, don't worry about the comments whether you are the Tesla version of Schrodingers Cat, both right and wrong at the same time, one can never keep everyone happy. I like your channel and I think you all are doing very well in promoting EVs and renewable energy etc. I am a fan boy of everything EV and renewable energy etc. I don't have an EV, as I can't even afford a decent range EV yet (a Leaf won't work for our family in NZ) and that is taking ALL costs into account. But I will be buying one as soon as I can afford it (or convert my current favourite car as soon as I can find an affordable conversion kit). Please keep going with this channel as I do have fun watching it.

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tonytor53
tonytor53

Try synchronized pulses from 4 directions.

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djt2412
djt2412

Tesla-sunami. Funny stuff. I think people forget that the people paying for their big-featured Teslas are paving the way for cheaper Tesla models for the rest of us. This is the way. 👍⭐️😀

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Dave Turner
Dave Turner

Whether you are a Tesla fan or not, I think we all wish that other companies would make things to get excited about. I absolutely love my Model 3 but I'm disappointed that it has no real competition and thus Tesla can ask whatever price they want.

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sleekitwan
sleekitwan

Teslahaterfanboy...anyway, Octopus Energy has asked our household if we could BURN ELECTRICAL ENERGY for a bit, between 5am and 7am this morning (Sunday 25th May 2020). They prefer we don't use hi-lo systems (I immediately think hi-lo security lamps, but they must mean stuff that varies the load a lot). [EDIT forgot to say the reason for this - the virus has shut down so much in the UK, it's going to damage the National Grid if we don't get some energy dumped out of it.] So we will put on a wash in the machine, can't dishwasher we don't have one, but I guess powering up the old PC Tower will help (at the start of 'Judge Dredd' he's called to a block war - my PC tower is a little bigger than that building. However, I have slotted in an SSD and now it boots almost as fast as the ipad). Anyway, they are advertising at the moment at the front of your vid, and they do claim all or most energy is from renewables, and they are not more expensive as far as we can see, than others. Carry on Robert, you Tesla-hating-FanBoy you.

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hydrolife tech
hydrolife tech

Robert, you butchered pronunciation of Carvalho lol

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hydrolife tech
hydrolife tech

Terafactory because its battery production capacity is over 1 Terawatt hours per year

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hydrolife tech
hydrolife tech

2010: Battery costs USD 1,500/kwh 2020: It's rumoured Tesla&CATL battery costs USD 80/kwh At that cost, EVs will be cheaper to manufacturer than vehicles burning fossil fuels. Insane improvements!

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j Cornish
j Cornish

Great episode. Love ev.’s and Tesla but evs in general are for rich people.. really hope the battery price will fall as we need to replace our 15 year old car

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For The Love Of Noise
For The Love Of Noise

I am still most excited about the Cyber Truck and Roadster.

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Robert Van Zant
Robert Van Zant

Plonker !

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Alexander
Alexander

No info on Energy Web Token? Impossible to miss that, links between Tesla's new P2P power grid, Autobidder and Energy Web Token. Aemo that is using this system currently in Australia and even the company Tepco is listed by the Token creator. A small update on the Model 3 and its live, especially with the new million mile battery. EWT reached all time high today. You are welcome. Finally a crypto that is used for something other than speculation. Research it yourself guys, this should be enough to get you starting. To be honest, Bitcoin cant be used for anything like it is. Its like version 0.1 of the technology that has risen. All credit to the one/people that have created bitcoin but we are not driving the first car ever made, are we?

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Herman Vierhout
Herman Vierhout

2022 will be held in Berlin, Germany, close to the Gigafactory ...

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Miguel López
Miguel López

They really put effort into it, but they didn’t to the xtrail, we have a 2011 and the thing has broken down about 3 times

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Darren Palmer
Darren Palmer

Robert, you Tesla loving hater you 😂 .....still waiting for the time I can buy mine....I’m about 18 months away and counting 😄

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Leptoquark
Leptoquark

Great music

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Grizzy Bear
Grizzy Bear

77mm wider and this fuzz face is complaining man the English are so spoiled.

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Michael Summerell
Michael Summerell

On sale now for £2500... about £1000 more expensive than suggested in this video, which kind of spoils things .

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evergreenpenguin
evergreenpenguin

What a lovely blue background.

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Blinka Bot
Blinka Bot

Great tesla Intro feature - Well done

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Timothy Hanes
Timothy Hanes

One point about cobalt- an enormous amount is used to refine oil into gasoline. So much so that CURRENT batteries use less per mile than gasoline economy transit.

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James Hardy
James Hardy

Thanks!

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andy kirby
andy kirby

Now try one with 10,000W 😀 we should collab👌 nice video!

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Marty theMartian
Marty theMartian

Could you be a Fan Hating Boy Tesla? o_O ...or possibly a Fanning Tesla Hat Boy? ...Tesla Hat?

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Dimitare Nedeltchev
Dimitare Nedeltchev

Interesting developments indeed but still Teslas remain rich man's toys. The electric car is still not *the* car. It's close to becoming the car but it's not close enough.

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spudnic88
spudnic88

Tesla needs to think bigger and open a peta factory.

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Optimistic Future
Optimistic Future

Not mention MUSK? Incredibly disrespectful. Without musk electrical cars would NOT be here, the company would fail. Combine the whole of Tesla and you have 50% percent of Musk. This thinking although you would say innocent I think secretly outlines your dislike and hope of replace,ent of him. He is Steve Jobs x 100. The most American American and a true hero.

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Colin Fox
Colin Fox

Super minor nit to pick, but at 3:20, Robert says that the 3 companies producing "from the ground up" EVs were Nissan (Leaf), Renault (Zoe) and Tesla (roadster). Except that at the time, Tesla *didn't* produce the roadster from the ground up. They started with a Lotus Elise. It was the Model S that came shortly after that was their first ground-up EV. Of course, Tesla was starting from 0, so its fair to cut them some slack on their first car - Nissan and Renault had been making cars for decades. Ironic that of the 3, Tesla is the only one that really went "all out" into EVs. Nissan stuck with the one car (though I guess they added a van later) and Renault really just had the Zoe and the Twizy.

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Parukh Sharma
Parukh Sharma

what about the safety of the car??

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Louis Henn
Louis Henn

When will video on zappi 2 be up?

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poltu debnath
poltu debnath

Honda when launch in Activa 8g or 9 g 10g , because honda have only Activa launch in India don't have any other bikes .

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Nacho Collantes
Nacho Collantes

Not sure but the rwd surely will have more range than the awd but...we will see.

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JustWasted3HoursHere
JustWasted3HoursHere

After you've used "you all" for a while, you'll graduate to "y'all" and then you will be an honorary southerner!

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graeme murray
graeme murray

I suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome and really missed jumping on my bike. Invested in an ebike last year and while I can only go s short distance the freedom it gives me is huge!

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noeL
noeL

It's funny that you make these comments about engines as a static technology just as entry ignition engines have been formulated! Electric is the way forward but the almost 20% increase in thermal efficiency heralded by new ICE technology is nothing but a good thing.

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Fly
Fly

I was a Patreon at $10 but thought NOmemory was preferred and so I'll go back to Patreon

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Webdesign Engineering services.co.uk
Webdesign Engineering services.co.uk

Love the channel and your insights / rants but don't forget not everyone can afford 32k or 38K for a new car so there will always be a market for 2nd hand cars with ICE's for a few years yet, especially if they don't depreciate much, i've looked at 2nd hand electric cars but under 10k they are too small for a family of 4 (except maybe the Vauxhall Ampera but that's a Hybrid), I have a free charging station at work and only travel 40 miles a day so electric would be great, but diesel it is for a few more years yet I fear. Also is a million miles not just a gimmick number, if everyone bought a new car then kept it no new cars would eventually get sold and no one wants that in the Automotive industry in reality (which i'm also in). It's good for resale I suppose (and the industry needs that cycle) but what is the life in Years for this million miles battery?

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Daniel Ockeloen
Daniel Ockeloen

The whole helmet things is confusing this dutch person, for beginners (and probably most in general a middrive unit is most like normal bike ride since it can control/see most parameters as speed you peddle, power you put on the pedals etc etc. More electric bikes are now sold in the netherlands then normal bikes and the feature set is becoming more and more complete from abs, breaklight, 600+ watt/hour and many extra features. In general use as much power as you can get turns out people just go further (about 2x) and at higher speed (mostly when getting up to speed). For us who have a very good biking infrastructure using one doesn't mean you 'spend' less energy (research shows) you just use it more, go further and be there quicker.

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Tanya Hanna
Tanya Hanna

Sustainable city.. prescription..the brothers Grimm..🧙...

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Mark Cayer
Mark Cayer

I love the idea of the FullyCharged Live events. I just wish we could get Robert and a few of his politically and commercially connected guests (Baroness Worthington, Greg Archer and the guy from London, whose name escapes me just now, with the fleet of electric vans come to mind) to be able to meet with "movers and shakers" here in Canada. We really need some education/critical thinking to be done at our highest levels of commerce as well as provincial and federal governments to push forward our renewable energy sector.

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SPACE PIRATE NO 3
SPACE PIRATE NO 3

HERE , WHEN YOU BUY A CAR IT LOOSES 30% OF IT'S VALUE THE MOMENT YOU DRIVE IT OF THE LOT !!!

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SPACE PIRATE NO 3
SPACE PIRATE NO 3

DO YOU MEEN WUHAN , IN CHINA ; THAT LITTLE TOWN THAT WAS THE COURSE OF THE WORSE PANDEMIC SINCE THE 2 ND WORLD WAR AND COURSED A WORLD WIDE RESESTION ???

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Rob Atkinson
Rob Atkinson

I've owned and sold EV bikes. They are way too heavy. I loved the umph up the hills. They're way too expensive for most people to be honest (£2k for the most part!). I imported a pallet of five or more and sold them to business people. I also serviced them. Personally I wouldn't bother after the fact. You are better off getting a decent push-bike with a good group set and use the gears up the hills. The new bikes are so light, that peddling is a doddle. If you are looking for a way back into cycling and you are maybe older and need a city bike with some EV range, perhaps. All-in-all though, you will save more money and get more exercise with a normal bike. They're more of a fad. I sold mine in the end and wouldn't buy one again. Now if a really lightweight battery came to market with really good density and a really lightweight motor printed in 3D carbon-fibre came to be, then maybe, just maybe I'd look again. Personally I'd like to see a really smart e-bike that can go fast and replace the motor-bike. Zero-EV seem to be going this route. For now, this technology isn't there yet and bike shops take your wallet and extract the p***. I know how much they really cost and anybody who has been and had a good look at Alibaba knows you can pick up a decent Chinese e-bike for little money. Over the pond here, the bike shops are making a killing reselling imports. My advice, keep your money in your pocket and use it to buy bikes for you and your family and go out together and explore the country side. Once the battery runs out on a heavy e-bike, they are really hard work!

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Wicke 2D
Wicke 2D

Marvelous.

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Mark Kingston
Mark Kingston

At the moment you have to say there is a huge " Asterix " before any of the shows can proceed. The covid - 19 virus must be wiped out or a vaccine that is ready for world population use otherwise it will just be online as usual.

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

That could apply to mostly anything right now. Thanks, Fully Charged Dan

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Chosenite
Chosenite

Internal combustion represents freedom, I can run out of fuel anywhere and still be topped up. I can go anywhere and still be topped up. Electic cars represent a restriction of movement and a glorified tracking device that can be turn off remotely. I guarantee the control freaks will be selling electric motors to the masses whilst they themselves will be using regular fuel vehicles.

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Bog Tastic
Bog Tastic

So the moral of the story is: Hang on to your ICE for another few years and you will be able to buy a cheaper, more efficient, longer-range, better EV...

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Lazar Todorov
Lazar Todorov

Hi Robert, you need to come in Würzburg, München, Stuttgart, Ingolstadt in centers of ICEV with your Fully Charged Live for maximum impact! 😉

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Stephen
Stephen

Love the music in this episode as always. I reckon it does a lot to make fully charged seem such a polished show.

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Graham
Graham

I would never use lithium in a house battery, as weight is not a factor there are many safer and longer lived cell technologies that do a far better job and have proven 40+ year lives.

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Renault Zoe & ZE Owners Club
Renault Zoe & ZE Owners Club

Same air cooked system to the Renault Zoe. The Zoe uses just Air cooling and its air-conditioning to cool the car and the batteries on Zoe are lasting without any issues. As we have seen a 350,000km Zoe with 96% SOH

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Andy Thurlow
Andy Thurlow

Did I listen to that right. North America in Austin, Texas? 😂😂😂

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joshua smith
joshua smith

I attended Fully Charged live in Austin, Texas 2020 in February, and I have already bought my tickets to Fully Charged live in Austin, Texas 2021. I just hope You (Robert Llewellyn) are healthy for the Fully Charged live event in 2021.

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SWR
SWR

Bjorn better be there for Europe. 😁👍

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maxpesh
maxpesh

Just realized that if the battery is 75kw in the Model 3, then 1 Terrawatt is enough to make 13.3 million cars per year. Wow !

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Ronald Yeoh Seng Choy
Ronald Yeoh Seng Choy

Fully Charged LIVE lands in 3 locations in 2021 - US, UK & THE ISS, Apparently! The ONLY safe enviroment that the CORONA VIRUS hasn't GOT TO YET! Also, human contact would be possible and ALL the panel hosts and guests can interact normal, just like the pre-COVID-19 days!!

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Henning Mogensen
Henning Mogensen

It must be in Denmark in 2022. We have the clean energi, but a slow go"vorn"ment, that can't get the grip on the new era.

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James Turner
James Turner

Oh man I just realised who are with the Kryten head in the background...haha what a smeg head

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rolf johansen
rolf johansen

I noticed the little pollution in my norwegian city ..... Tesla cars, hydra power plant + lockdown + 50% of the country is forest = clean air

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David Calder
David Calder

Mi nam is dash.

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Karel G
Karel G

I have to agree the energy is clean. Though what about the Accu packs when they have done their lifetime. Now if only there was a way to recycle those 'green' that would be amazing.

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Karel G
Karel G

@fullychargedshow nice! i'm gonna watch it, i hadn't yet.

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

Like this? nomemory.info/video/pNPImqvHoruOe44/video.html

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Dan GR
Dan GR

Its creeks because you steer the steering wheel while the vehicle is not moving!😂 Dumba$$

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Rhydian Lewis
Rhydian Lewis

Duesey means really good, it's a reference to an American car brand Duesenberg that was seen by some as the American Rolls Royce

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Skipper Mulenga
Skipper Mulenga

What about hosting in South Africa

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Roger Priestwell
Roger Priestwell

Your ending comment about Tesla and the engineers also applies to Fully Charged I trust?!?!

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

Which comment specifically Roger? Thanks, Dan

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John Smith
John Smith

This is great. Doesn't always have to be clean energy or EVs.

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mark williams
mark williams

Sorry Maddie but if you are going to review things could you give more tech info like how many recharge cycles before battery expires for instance, especially on bikes. In case someone was wondering I got a price of £250.00 for a bike conversion to electric compared to a replacement battery of £600.00 for my Kalkoff. So that's almost 3 bike conversions which would probably last me till my grave lol.

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fullychargedshow
fullychargedshow

Thanks Mark, this was designed to be for beginners. Future bike episodes will be able to get deeper in to the tech.

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Jon Jennings
Jon Jennings

All this amazing technology. Just a warning to any young people in the UK inspired to follow a career in engineering, especially in green tech. In the UK engineers are regarded as unskilled, lowest of the low, drainage engineers unblock toilets, cleaning engineers are janitors and mechanical engineers are labourers on building sites. As an engineer you be considered unskilled and uneducated by almost everyone, you will be poor have a low salary, plus will most likely be refused mortgages and bank loans as you are unskilled according to their systems. By all means follow your dreams, but not in the UK, get out as soon as you can. e.g. 5mins on Google, this is what engineering is in the UK; Reactive Drainage Engineer - £11 - £15 an hour Experienced drainage operative required to work at Stockport based Drainage Consultants Limited. The successful candidate will be experienced in high pressure water jetting Drainage Engineer - £100 - £150 a day Successful Candidates must hold a full UK drivers license and will be supplied with a Company Van, Uniform and offered a competitive salary. Daily tasks will include unblocks, clearances, drain line repairs and CCTV Surveys. Fire Extinguisher Engineer - £20,000 - £26,000/annum Experience servicing fire extinguishers

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mascara snake
mascara snake

Ebikes need to drastically fall in price. The price of electric cars is steadily falling so why not bikes? To buy an ebike worth owning (ie, one with reliable components and that doesn't give you a hernia if you attempt to lift it), one needs to spend upwards of £3k

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Zygmunt The Cacao Kakistocrat
Zygmunt The Cacao Kakistocrat

We REALLY REALLY need one in Australia, to kick our imbecile government up the arse about their stupid intransigence and feather-bedding of their fossil fuel mates, who they hand out obscene amounts of tax breaks and direct subsidies to. They say stupid things like ELECTRIC UTES WILL KILL YOUR WEEKEND and BASELOAD POWER HAS TO BURN THINGS. They have just appointed mates in the gas industry to head out Covid-19 Recovery Commission (on AUD$500K/year), whose main idea is to relax rules on fracking, build gas pipelines, and export terminals for gas. What a bunch of chumps.

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Candycane
Candycane

Is there a clause if the event gets cancelled we can get our money back?

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michaelfink64
michaelfink64

Great to see you are extending the Fully Charged Show to other parts of the world, Robert and team. You mentioned that 50% of views are in UK, USA and Canada and that 20% are in Europe, but I note the 4th highest views are in Australia. Although we are far away (as you well know, Robert), it would be awesome to have a show in Australia. Hopefully things will be back to normal by 2022 and we would welcome you.

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a smell of petroleum pervades throughout
a smell of petroleum pervades throughout

I saw a model 3 in Malta a few days ago. I REALLY want one

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