What Drives Us Episode #32 recorded September 8, 2010
This week Danny and Russell are joined by Tony Schaefer and Jason Holder. The group take apart the new Fisker Karma commercial and wonder why the Karma itself actually is, discuss Plug-In America's Paul Scott take a job at Santa Monica Nissan to sell Leafs, Volt transparency, the new liquid cooled Lion battery for the Ford Focus EV, a HUGE rebate on the Tesla Roadster in Japan and two eerily similar Toyota hybrids NOT meant for the US. At least for now.
Hosts: Russell Frost and Danny Cooper
Panelists: Tony Schaefer, Jason Holder
Episode #: 32
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Interview with Henrik Fisker
A very real commercial for a not quite real car
Plug-In America's Paul Scott to sell Leafs at Santa Monica Nissan
GM says no more early information on future versions of the Volt, an over-saturated, over-hyped public thanks them
Liquid cooled batteries are cool
Japan kicks back $38K on the Tesla Roadster
Yaris hybrid to built in France
Auris hybrid to be sold in the EU
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