This week, Danny Cooper, Russell Frost and Patrick Connor talks about stocks, movies and, oh, yeah, some car stuff too…AND a special and very brief appearance by a vacationing Tony Schaefer
The Tesla model 3 will be a platform for a variety of vehicles
Journalist type guy predicts 4G Prius will get better MPG and be sportier
Honda decides to bury the dead horse
Hyundai doesn’t understand why no one wants H2 cars?
This week Danny and Russell tackle the news without a panel…
Because it’s all about the “moribund” platinum market (the following two stories are mostly just rewritten version of the reuters piece)
It might have been easier (and more honest) to just call Elon an asshole and leave it at that
You can now buy H2 on the autobahn (insert Kraftwerk music here)
Embedded infotainment and the danger to carmaker branding
Apparently EV patents aren’t worth shit because everyone is giving them away
The international business times tells you today what we told you months ago, ain’t no apple self driving goole car with tesla power train coming (please click here)
Cars are stupid but transportation planners are even stupider, err, dumber, sorry, stupid dumbheads
Hosts Danny Cooper and Russell Frost are joined by Tony Schaefer, Evan Fusco and Patrick Connor to discuss…
The new Mirai commercial made for Toyota by Morgan Spurlock.
What success looks like…and what it means fro EV incentives
Meanwhile, in Oregon…
SUV’s, Lies and Statistics
Don’t forget that next week, April 29th at 9:00 p.m. EST you can hear directly from Toyota on the Mirai and the future of their FCV. See you next week!
In celebration of tax week, Danny Cooper, Russell Frost, Evan Fusco, Patrick Connor and Paul Guzyk discuss…
Unicorns not being deployed fast enough in Japan
Battery swap scooter proposed
So are you a supporter of clean cars or of clean transportation? And if so, does spending money on cars versus trains make sense? While much of this op-ed makes little sense, there is a point here worth discussing.
Let’s talk about the SparkEV
Danny Cooper is enjoying a spring break with his family so Russell Frost runs solo with Patrick Connor, Tony Schaefer and Even Fusco. The theme of the entire show is safety. The panel discuss all aspects of vehicle safety and upcoming innovations. This show also features, as part of a discussion on safety in young drivers, Evan Fusco’s two sons, Brendon and Heath, two fifteen year old drivers just learning to drive (but not in their dad’s Tesla).
Thanks to Patrick Connor for this week’s title.
On the show this week, the triumphal return of Danny Cooper, Russell Frost, Tony Schaefer, Patrick Connor and Paul Guzyk.
Something different this week, since the regular panel was taking the week off, Danny and Russell do the show as duo recording in the afternoon rather than the evening. All of which leads to some discussion on…
Whistle while you work, sorry, charge while you drive
A bigger boondoggle than FCV’s? How about FCV marketing? Another embarrassing ad for Mirai
We back track on an earlier story, now Apple claims CarPlay will come from every major manufacturer, except?
Tesla cuts jobs in China on slow sales
This week, Danny Cooper, Russell Frost, Tony Schaefer, Paul Guzyk and Patrick Connor discuss the week’s news, including your very own custom-made Audi R8 E-tron, solar charging vs the traditional grid, the end of ethanol, and much, much more.
Show note links after the jump… More…
This week, Danny Cooper, Russell Frost, Evan Fusco, Paul Guzyk and Patrick Connor discuss the usual range of activity including, why we need an Indiegogo project to push a hybrid battery price decrease, how thieves are targeting some of those same hybrid batteries and more, yes, more on the Apple car.
Show note links after the jump…
Week two of the WDU comeback brings together a bigger panel and higher alcohol levels than ever before. This week hosts, Danny Cooper and Russell Frost share the small screen with Chelsea Sexton, Tony Schaefer, Linda Weidemann, Patrick Connor and Evan Fusco
And, as always, much more. Enjoy.
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