audio and video,Features,What Drives Us episode

#223 The Official Tesla Linkbait Show

23 Mar , 2017   Video

Not really.

Russell rants about linkbait featuring Tesla and cites more than a dozen examples of stories that exist simply for a click.

He also talks about the Prius Prime door.

Patrick talked about why the Tesla Model 3 probably isn’t shipping in July and why that is just fine.

 

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#222 Hacking The Tesla Fan

15 Mar , 2017   Video

A very special episode with three fantastic guests. We started out digging into how fans and enthusiasts affect cars and car companies and went everywhere along the way. Special guests, Alex Roy, Edward Niedermeyer and Matthew Teske.

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audio and video,Featured,Features,What Drives Us episode

#217 Tesla, Elon Musk, Trump, Faraday Future and more Disasters

9 Feb , 2017   Video

This week’s show starts with a fiery debate between Evan and Russell over Elon Musk and Donald Trump. Come for the excitement and stick around for the excellent news coverage this week.

Russell Rant/s…

You can’t have it both ways, Elon Musk is normalizing trumps craziness

Thanks Igor

For posting info on the prime availability in NY state via twitter

And so begins the walkback of shame

Fucking Uber

Mark

VW tells us how they will spend the $2B Dieselgate Fine

11 facts about the Bolt

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audio and video,One On One,What Drives Us episode

One on One #1 – We Welcome Our Hydrogen Fuel Cell Robot Masters

20 Jan , 2017   Video

Debuting a brand new show, One On One, where two people wrestle over a recent issue for an in-depth discussion. Today, Danny Cooper and Russell Frost talk about the real future of hydrogen, Toyota, Fuel Cell vehicles and also a little on factory automation and the future of jobs making things.

We cite these links during today’s One On One:

Toyota part of consortium spending 10.7B Euros on hydrogen

Another take on the press release above

Toyota chairman says hydrogen needs more time

Turns out, the rumors of hydrogen’s death may have been premature

Toyota claims to have an EV on the market by 2020

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