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Driev - Drive EV
Two uneducated auto journalists discussing Tesla and their ever-growing competition. Stay up to date on electric cars and their increasing acceptance. Official podcast of https://evbite.com
Oct 23, 2020
Episode #004: Hummer Unveils an Electric Truck
Reborn once more, GM has brought back the beloved Hummer. This time however, things are a bit different. The Hummer EV is an electrified luxury truck with a price point near the top. The electric 'Supertruck' isn't looking to be a high volume vehicle, but instead will showcase the best that GM has to offer with their Ultium battery technology. With a starting price of over $100,000 and the base model not ready to make an appearance until 2024, how good are the Hummer EV's chances of making an actual impact in the EV market?
Oct 20, 2020
Episode #003: The $25k Tesla - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
During Tesla's 2020 Battery Day, the company revealed that a $25,000 Tesla would be their next vehicle. Thanks to the companies advancements in technology and manufacturing, an affordable Tesla is now on the horizon. The unnamed cheaper Tesla has been collectively dubbed the 'Model 2' for the time being and looks to be critical in making Teslas robotaxi dream reality.
Oct 15, 2020
Episode #002: How Far is Tesla's Lead - Are Competitors Catching Up?
With the new found EV industry in a blitz to meet consumer demands, Tesla nonchalantly waddles about as the clear leader in the space. For years analysist and manufacturers alike have stated Tesla's few year lead in all things electric cars. But now, a few years later, where do they stand? Which EV automaker looks to take the thrown, who will fail, or will Tesla push their lead further away. Is this another story of the tortoise and the hare or is Tesla continuing to lap the industry.
Oct 8, 2020
Episode #001: Atlis CEO, Mark Hanchett, Interviewed
Mark Hanchett, CEO of Atlis Motors, discusses their upcoming electric truck, the Atlis XT. The ambitious CEO looks to lead the market with their bleeding-edge battery technology, along with upcoming countrywide charging network. The Atlis XT is expected with 500 miles of range, 15 minute charge time, 1.5 MW charging capabilities, and a moderate $45,000 base price.