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The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
Tesla Loses EV Market Share, The 10 Cars Holding Their Value Best, USMNT Defeats Iran

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 15:08


It's the last day of November and we're ready to flip into the final month of the year as we talk about new S&P data that shows Tesla's shrinking market share. We also talk about the used cars that are holding their value best. Of course, we have to talk about US Soccer for a moment or Kyle might explode. Data from S&P Global Mobility shows that Tesla continues to lose market share to lower priced alternatives Like the Ford Mustang Mach E and Hyundai Ioniq 5Tesla owned 79% in 2020, 69% in 2021, and is down to 65% so far this yearOut of the more than 525,000 EVs registered over the first nine months of 2022 in the US, nearly 340,000 were Tesla vehicles as compared to the 46 other nameplatesS&P predicts the 46 nameplates will grow to over 150 by 2025In the over $50k price point, Tesla still commands 85% of the marketThe report notes that the overall EV market is growing rapidly putting Tesla in the best position to capitalize:"Tesla today is the brand best equipped for taking advantage of the immediate surge in EV demand, though manufacturing investments from other automakers will erode this advantage sooner than later."NADA released an article of the The 10 Used Cars That Hold Their Value Best After 5 Years The vehicle search engine iseecars analyzed over 3M 5 yr old used cars sold in 2022, found the average five-year-old car depreciated by only an average of 33.3 (17% less than the depreciation in 2021Fuel efficient smaller cars held their value bestJeep Wrangler with an average 7.3 percent depreciation and $2,361 difference   Jeep Wrangler Unlimited with an average 8.7 percent depreciation and $3,344 downPorsche 911 with an average 14.6 percent depreciation and $20,6234 difference  Toyota Tacoma with an average 14.9 percent depreciation and $5,926 difference  Honda Civic with an average 16.3 percent depreciation and $4,237 difference   Subaru BRZ with an average 18.2 percent depreciation and $5,985 difference   Ford Mustang with an average 19.4 percent depreciation and $7,528 difference  Toyota Corolla with an average 19.8 percent depreciation and $4,617 difference  Nissan Versa with an average 19.9 percent depreciation and $3,183 difference  Chevrolet Camaro with an average 20.2 percent depreciation and $7,981 differenceUS Men's Soccer team defeated Iran 1-0 to advance to the knockout roundKyle…goGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email Share your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivity ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion

Three Things With J.R.
#110: Free Will, MORR, and the FOXBODY

Three Things With J.R.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 39:27


JR is cooking a turkey after Turkey Day? Yep, also, JR's dad gets some "free" burial benefits from the VA, but there's a catch. JR's got some recommendations for movies and YouTube channels that are making him happy. And lastly, JR was a guest on another podcast about the ugliest Ford Mustangs, the FOXBODY. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/threethingswithjr/support

Bid Nerds
2016 Ford mustang Shelby GT350 on Cars and Bids

Bid Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 20:56


Bid Nerds is your daily nerd out on the most interesting car of the day from all the online automotive auction websites like Bring a Trailer, Cars and Bids, PCAR Market, Marqued, Shiftgate and more. Join hosts John Polnik @producerjohn and Michael Deeb @themcdeeb @bidnerds Today's Car: 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

THE WEEKLY DRIVER
#247, 2022 LA Auto Show: Vintage Ferrari, Bespoke ’67, Solo

THE WEEKLY DRIVER

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 31:49


Charge Cars was founded in 2016 and its first project is now available. Without the manufacturer mentioned, the London-based company has for order 499 of its bespoke "The '67 By Charge Car." Created individually and built like the original Ford Mustang but electric and built from the "ground up," the '67 is on display during the LA Auto Show. Bill Morse, a marketing spokesperson for the London-based company is the first of my three guests during the opening day of the 2022 LA Auto Show. The '67 by Charge Car presented at the LA Auto Show. All images © James Raia/2022. While co-host Bruce Aldrich remained in Sacramento to produce the episode, I traveled to Southern California for the first major auto show of the season. LA Auto Show: Bespoke Icon Stuns A former actor who has worked with several manufacturers, Morse discusses the new company, now six years into its build process. Morse details the long process of making each vehicle, some of which have already been purchased before they've been made. The '67 By Charge Car vehicle features an impressive list of specs and a hefty price.   Hagerty had a low-key presence at the 2022 LA Auto Show, but the 1994 Ferrari 248 stood out and it was fun to drive. Charge Cars uses a snowflake as its cars' badge, with Morse explaining "each car is slightly different, "like a snowflake." LA Auto Show: Hagerty Goes Vintage Morse said Charge Cars has two other iconic cars planned but wouldn't name the choices. "If I told you, it would bring a smile to your face." Jeremy Malcomb works for Hagerty, the Michigan-based automotive lifestyle and membership company, specializing in vintage cars. Hagerty had a low-key presence at the auto show. But its booth has prominently situated the front of the main entrance to the show and it had two vehicles available for test drives, including a 1994 Ferrari 248. Pizza Hut uses a small fleet of ElectraMechannica vehicles for theSOLO's convenience and EV efficiency. Three of the company's vehicles were showcased at the LA Auto Show. With Jeremy as my guide and front-seat passenger, I drove the Ferrari on a two-mile loop around the city streets near the convention center. Later in the day, Jeremy was my second guest and we talked about the increase in vintage car values. The Ferrari I drove, cost about $100,000 new and it's now also worth about $100,000. LA Auto Show: Ferrari Cruises Downtown "Certainly, it was probably the cheapest Ferrari at the time, it's a mid-engine V8, a gated manual transmission, a great receipt for a much-loved car," said Jeremy. "Today, they've been widely considered a great place to start if just you're getting into Ferraris." Jeremy and I also discussed the market-wide increase in vintage car prices and Hagerty's ride-share program, Drive Share. Owners from around the country list their collectible cars for rent. ElectraMeccanica is a Canadian-designed and manufactured single-seat electric vehicle called the Solo. It's considered an enclosed motorcycle. Ingeniously designed to be sleek, fun, easy-to-charge, and earth-friendly, SOLO transforms your daily routine with its maneuverability, a top speed of 80 mph, and up to 100 miles of range on a single charge. The company, which debuted last year at the LA Auto Show, presented its update this year and it's my third segment. ElectraMeccanic had three vehicles on display, including one wrap for a Pizza Hut franchise. Its one commercial application that's been a success for the convenient, about-town little machines. The Weekly Driver Podcast encourages and appreciates feedback from our listeners. Please forward episode links to family, friends and colleagues. And you are welcome to repost links from the podcast to your social media accounts. The idea of more eyeballs on more content works for us. Support our podcast by shopping on Amazon.com. A graphic display at the bottom of the post links to automotive selections of the onlin...

The Spaniard Show
Books 1495 - Build for Tomorrow 2

The Spaniard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 18:32


This week's book recap picks up where last week's left off. As we continue to learn about embracing and adapting to change, we look to the past and future. You'll learn about the origin and reason for nostalgia, where you might find opportunity and why the Ford Mustang and Bronco came into existence. Oh, and there's much more! ... Get this book here: Build for Tomorrow To inquire about assemblies and speaking: Speaking Form Learn more about Spaniard School online membership: Spaniard School Purchase all your books here: Spaniard Show Reading List Get my two books here: DRIVEN, Becoming the World's Toughest Lifelong Learner Connect on social media: Instagram: @charliespaniard YouTube: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Facebook: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Twitter: @charliespaniard

On The Grid
Steven Johnson on returning to his winning ways in Touring Car Masters

On The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 62:54


ONE of the highlights of the Bathurst International event was seeing Steven Johnson back to his winning best in the Touring Car Masters, sweeping the weekend and dominating proceedings aboard his Ford Mustang. He joins the show to talk about that performance, the surprisingly large differences between the current Mustang and his title-winning ride, 'Sally', and also son Jett's racing career this weekend. Plus, he discusses the future for the famous Tru Blu Mk. III Falcon and what could occur to that car. We also preview this weekend's AMRS round at Winton, look back at all the highlights (and challenges) from Bathurst and Brazil, and a whole heap more as usual.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Wheel Time - Cartalk Radio
Used auto sales - good, bad, ugly? An independent dealer perspective and we look at Mustang Prototypes.

In Wheel Time - Cartalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 31:02


Auto sales at the OEM level may be settling down, back to normal?  Probably not the normal many of us have come to know, but a new normal.  Over in the pre-owned segment, many OEM dealerships are also adjusting, but what about the independent used car lot?  How are they fairing in this changing market? On this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, we are talking with Mac DeLaup, owner/proprietor of Big Mac's Auto Sales.  Mac grew up in the OEM dealership world where he was very successful until his retirement to pursue other interests.  Well that didn't last long and Mac was getting back in the auto sales business, but in a different way.In our Feature segment, Jeff Dziekan has found some Ford Mustang prototypes that make ya' go hmmmmmmmm.......----  -----      In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on iHeart Radio!  Just go to iheart.com/InWheelTimeCarTalk where ever you are.-----   -----Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk and check out our live broadcast every Saturday, 8a-11aCT simulcasting on iHeart Radio, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch and InWheelTime.com.In Wheel Time Car Talk can be heard on you mobile device from providers such as:Apple Podcasts, Pandora Podcast, Amazon Music Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts,    Stitcher, iHeart Radio podcast, TuneIn + Alexa, Podcast Addict, Castro, Castbox and more on your mobile device.-----  ------  ------Want even more In Wheel Time Car Talk in 'real' time? Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InWheelTime/ YouTube:  https://www.YouTube.com/InWheelTimeTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show, In Wheel Time Car Talkhttps://www.iheart.com/live/in-wheel-time-car-talk-9327/For more information about In Wheel Time Car Talk, email us atinfo@inwheeltime.comWant even more In Wheel Time Car Talk in 'real' time? Follow InWheelTime.com for the latest updates!Twitter: https://twitter.com/InWheelTimeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/inwheeltime/https://www.iheart.com/live/in-wheel-time-car-talk-9327/https://www.youtube.com/inwheeltimehttps://www.Facebook.com/InWheelTimeFor more information about In Wheel Time Car Talk, email us at info@inwheeltime.comTags: In Wheel Time, automotive car talk show, car talk, Live car talk show, In Wheel Time Car Talk

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast
The BOSS is here and looking fine, Mike Schulz Interview

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 36:20


If you want your Classic Mustang to look just like it rolled off the assembly line, today is the day to tune in. Mike Schulz has done just that and is here to share some hacks, tricks and tactics he used to make his BOSS 302 look like it's showroom new. Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview ApplicationDo you own a early year Mustang?: yesIf you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: 3+ yearsWhat do you do for a living?: Field Application EngineerIf you own a Mustang or classic car, have you named your car? The "Boss"If you've made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?: I removed the after-market gauges and had the original gauge cluster restored. There were 20+ paint daubs that needed to be sanded out and retouched up. I found a date correct Holley 780 carburetor in Michigan, rev limiter in Ohio, smog pump in Florida, heads in Texas, distributor, water pump and fuel pump in Pennsylvania. I even had a duplicate plate made up for the front to match the one the previous owner had in the pictures that he shared with me from the 70's. The car was finally looking like it did when it rolled off the showroom floor.What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: This winter I plan to repaint the trunk, add the pinch weld stripe, touchup paint the passenger mirror, rear quarter extension, remove the dent in the gas tank, replace the passenger vent window and open up the rear end to check for wear (it's beginning to hum).Social handles:Instagram https://www.instagram.com/its.a_boss/ IG name: its.a_bossCover art Photo credit: Mike Schulz https://www.instagram.com/its.a_boss/Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairKeep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler

The Clean Energy Show
Highway to Climate Hell; Autonomous Driving Delayed

The Clean Energy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 52:46


As COP 27 kicks off in Egypt, The UN chief says we're not doing enough to prevent a climate catastrophe. On the bright side, France is mandating all parking lots have solar panels over them resulting in the power of 10 nuclear reactors. An analyst says Tesla may never achieve full self-driving. South Dakota produced more energy from wind than any other source. Why a switch in power in the United States Congress won't kill Biden's Inflation Reduction / Climate act. Brian's PTC cabin heater in his Tesla Model 3 had to be replaced and that meant driving in a parka for two and a half hours to the closes service center. Clip from the Energy Vs Climate podcast with guest Katherine Hamilton. Netflix has a documentary on Nissan head and current criminal Carlos Ghosn called 'Fugitive: The Curious Case of Carlos Ghosn." He was accused of stealing millions from Nissan and escaping in a storage chest on a plane. The eight billionth human being is about to be born. We disguss the Energi Media YouTube channel where Markham Hislop talked to an analyst from Guidehouse Insights about what's taking level 4 autonomy so long. Porsche has made 100,000 EVs. Tesla (TSLA) is now earning eight times more per car than Toyota, and they are starting to notice back in Japan. Pakistan's utility knows going green means consumers pay less for their electricity bill. Electrek editor Fred Lambert on Elon Musk's feedback loop of constant praise. The "hydrogen-is-not-all-that" podcast suggested by one of our listeners can be found here. Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Follow us on TikTok! @cleanenergypod Check out our YouTube Channel! @CleanEnergyShow Follow us on Twitter! @CleanEnergyPod Your hosts: James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Email us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Tell your friends about us on social media! What should we do for Patreon perks coming in 2023? Let us know your ideas! Transcript  Hello and welcome to Episode 138 of the Clean Energy Show. I'm Brian Stockton. I'm James Whittingham. This week, several companies are throwing to the towel and full selfdriving, but please keep your hands on the wheel and your attention on the road as you listen to this podcast. The state of South Dakota and now produces more electricity from wind than any other source. Must be the hot air coming from Mount Rushmore, am I right? No. UN Chief Antonio Gutierrez says we are on the highway to Climate Hill with our foot still on the accelerator. Again, please keep your hands on the wheel and your attention on the road as you listen to this podcast. In France, the government has ordered that all parking lots must be covered by solar panels, all because President Emmanuel Macron can't get the top back up on his convertible Renault. All that and so much more on this edition of the Clean Energy Show. And also this week, Brian, why a switch in power in the United States Congress, which is voting as we speak, as we record this won't kill Biden's inflation reduction act, but a change in government in Canada actually would be problem for us north of the border because well, I'll get to that later. And we also have a bit of an update live from Cop 27, sort of. And what's new with you? How was your trip to Saskatoon? Because last week you're heading north two and a half hours in the snowy Canadian winter to get your Tesla fixes. That's the closest Tesla service center to you. Yeah, that's right. So the heater has not been working right and didn't seem to be working quite right last winter, but kind of not enough to generate an error message. But now I had an error message, so they seemed to know what to do to fix it. So drove up Saskatoon, where the closest service center is, and yes, they replaced the whole heater. That's what they did. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. It's under warranty. Everything's fine, isn't it? Everything's fine. When does the warranty end? Let me ask you, because it has, as we pointed out a couple of weeks ago, two and a half years, a quarter decade, getting close to the point where this is going to start killing you in the wallet. I don't recall when it ends, but I think it might say specs of warrant. It says in the app somewhere. Yes, here in the app. The Tesla app, basic vehicle, limited warranty, expires in March 2024 or 80,000, battery 2028 or 160 and the drive unit 2028 or 160,000 km as well. So, yeah, a couple more years to go on the basic warranty. Okay, I see. This could be a different discussion in the future. OK, what was it? Was it the PTC heater, the resistive heater? Yeah. Or you don't have a heat pump, so that's what it was. No heat pump. So the resistive heater. Yeah, for some reason they were sure about that. They were pretty sure by the time I got there. Because they have all the data from the car, like everything, the car is digitized and they can see all the data from my car. So as I dropped it off, they said, yeah, it's probably the whole heater needs to be replaced. And they were prepared to do that. And at the same time, too, there's been a recall for the trunk lid harness or something. I think it's to do with the cables, the wire harness to the camera in the back. So they did that at the same time. And it took about like 4 hours for them to do it. Wasn't too bad. Is that right? You had an appointment at 08:00 a.m. And they went right at it and started working on it. Yes. Call me around 1130. And they had the part, which is good again, I assume because they had all the data, they could order the parts ahead of time that they would need. That's nice. Yeah. And they gave me a loaner car, which I drove around Saskatchewan for a while. And yes, I got back before there was another blizzard. What was that? A couple of days later, our second blizzard of the year. Which is not technically a blizzard environment. Canada doesn't call it a blizzard. Do not call it a blizzard. But boy, was it a blizzard. It was crazy. Another nasty, nasty one. And I think we were the epicenter this time. Last time it was Moose Jaw. Yes, really nasty. Tons of snow. Yes. Crazy out there. How was your trip back? Was it okay? And the heater was all hot. How was it there, though? It was below zero, so I put on my parka. So you didn't have heat? There was a little bit of heat, not enough. And the heated seat was still working, but with the parka on, it was fine. Here's what I'm thinking, and that is the newer cars have a heat pump. Yeah, that's right. Newer cars have a heat pump instead of a resistive heater. So they don't have both then? I don't think so, no. You'd think that they might need one as a backup. But maybe the car generates enough heat that it holds. It's taking heat from the motor, it's taking heat from the from the batteries or something. There's a loop of different things that heat up here. But we do know there has been problems with some of the heat pumps as well in extreme cold. Is it in the heat pump itself or something related to the heat pump? Anyway, that's interesting because you didn't get a price on what that would be. Didn't show the invoice of what that repair would cost. No, they didn't. Just said zero. I'd be interested. I guess you could look it up online. What somebody else did we'll talk more about this sort of thing in future months. So anything else? You went up? You managed, your feet didn't get cold? Yes. No. It was a little bit chilly, but it wasn't too bad. Was it the most unpleasant trip you've had because you work cold? Yeah, I guess so. Yeah. I've got a really warm parka, so it felt almost normal. With that on, the heat can radiate up from the heated seat and fill the market. There you go. And then the other thing that's going on with me is they started shooting a TV show across the street from me here in the neighborhood. Really? You know, that's happened before, hasn't it? What is it about across the street? Because there used to be somebody of relevant who lived there who was connected to the film industry. Yes. They're gone. Not anymore. And it's their house that's being rented for this shoot. That's a weird coincidence, though. Yeah. And our good friend Jay is working on the shoot, so I've run into him out there on the street. Wow. I bet he doesn't know we're talking about him. No, probably not. I assume he doesn't listen to the podcast. No, he wouldn't. He's an old man. I don't think he knows what a podcast oh, he's an angry old man, Brian. Angry, angry old man who is actually six months younger than me. So he's working in winter and there's a TV show shooting across the street from you. I think Jay would prefer to be shooting in a sound stage where there's a lot more room for everybody and it's a lot more comfortable because, of course, it's a blizzard, remember? Why couldn't it be a James Cameron green screen affair? That's what you want to work on. But yeah, no, there's a lot of traffic on the street, lots of cars parked on our streets. But it's fine. Back in the day when I was a kid, I did a couple shows outside. It's horrible. Even in the fall when it's warmer than this, to spend 14 hours outside is just not good. I mean, they're shooting really inside the house, but there's so many crew people that they got to have to spill out into the cars and into the yard and everything. Is there somebody blocking traffic? No, no one closing off the traffic so far. Okay, that'd be annoying. You're coming home, you got to pee. Some little film student has a stop sign and says, no, you can't. So it's really weird. Happened to be on Sunday. I was biting my own business watching TV. We were snowed in. It was a blizzard, as you say, right. I couldn't do anything. So my son's home from college, and he took a shower. And I got to thinking, what is that cable cam on football games called? What is the brand name for that? Because I started thinking about that, and so I googled it, and it's called a Sky Cam. And then that took me to the Wikipedia page of the sky camp. And then I found out that the Sky Cam company was bought by this company, then bought by that company, and then it was bought by the person my son hates most of the world, which is Stan Crockey, the owner of the Arsenal Football Club in the Denver Broncos, and a bunch of other things. He's a bad man, according to people who support the team. And then I was gravitated towards a section that said incidents, because of course, that's sexy. I'm going to go there. There were three incidents, Brian. One in, like, 1981, when they first invented, and by the way, it was invented by the same person who invented the steadicam. Yeah. So that person, I'm assuming, is rich now. Yeah. So this is a camera that's on a giant cable that runs across the stage, two cables. So it's a couple of cables so it can fly over the players during a football game with a camera, I believe it's like a big X of cable, so it can go in three dimensions, back and forth. And just above the helms of it, you see them, you may not notice them. I don't think anybody who's paying attention notices them. Anyway, there was one incident at a small college football game back in the 80s when it was first came out. There was an incident in like, 25 years ago, and the third incident was an hour before I read it. An hour before I read it. It was a game that we didn't have. Here was the New York Jets game, and apparently the game was delayed by an hour because the Sky Cam fell from the I just thought that was weird. You're reading three incidents in history and going, this was an hour ago. The third one was an hour ago. And somebody had updated the Wikipedia. And of course they did, Brian, because Wikipedia, it's all about updating quickly. When we die, our family won't know before Wikipedia knows. Like, it will be updated instantly. Well, you know, there's no entry about me on Wikipedia, so if anyone out there well, there will be by then to write one. Me, too. I keep begging people to write one for years. I keep writing it myself, and they rejected, even though I have many awards if you're not allowed to accolades. And yeah, last night my partner had a grocery store order far away, and we went to the east end of town to pick up groceries because she ordered it in advance before the blizzard without checking the weather. It was a herring affair. And we decided to use her coupons for Carl's Jr. Which she never go to, but we thought that would be exotic someplace. We have a bit, let's go there and try this coupon out. And we got there and ordered it all went smoothly. And we got to the drive through window and there was this car load of teenagers in front of us who had been stuck there for an hour. And no one at the drivethrough told us anything. But the car in front of us was stuck right at the window for an hour. So we had the card that my partner uses and many, many years ago we went to the grocery store chain Superstore and they had clearance, these pieces of rectangular plastic that are grippy that you put under your wheel. They're like a little tread of plastic that's really pointy. Yeah. So it's something you keep in the trunk and if you get stuck in the snow, you put them under your wheels. Never used them. Cost about $0.50, like they were discounted from like twelve bucks to fifty cents. Never used them. But she had them in the car, put one under the front wheel, cut them out of there in a second. Wow. And they threw $20 at me, which I refused, of course, but they were so thankful to get out, they ever would. And of course it's embarrassing because you're blocking a fat guy from getting his burger behind you and that's no good. So, yeah, we got them out instantly, which was funny as hell. Good deed of the week. Sure. Now let's get on to some discussions with past stories because I wanted to talk about the Energy Vis Climate podcast. Okay? This is my name's. Sake ed. Woodynham calls himself I call myself Whittingham. He calls himself Woodynham. He's from Alberta. It's 90% chance for cousins. Okay, I haven't worked it out yet, but two people, there's like six Whittingham in Canada and apparently two of them fell into clean energy somehow. But whose podcast is more popular, that's what I want to know. Well, he's a big deal. He's been in the news for working for governments as a consultant. So he would have a lot of like this is not the same kind of podcast that people necessarily listen to because it's in the weeds, it's in policy. There's a lot of policy for people who work in the industry. That's a huge news. Well, I do listen to it. And they had Kathryn Hamilton on, who used to host the Clean Energy or the Energy Gang podcast. Now she's gone off to other things and I think she worked for the US government for a while. She's from the States, of course, and she's a clean energy expert and got decades of clean tech and policy in DC. And she was talking about the US midterms. And I was worried, I've said before on the show that I'm worried about what's going to happen because it's probably going to change. Power is going to change in one way or another in Washington, whether it's now or later, it always changes. How safe is the clean? The big biden thing is not going to be reversed because they're evil, they reverse things. They don't believe climate change at all. They're a hoax. So I just thought she had a really interesting answer that I'll play for you now. So I don't think that shift will have a direct impact yet on the climate goals. It will certainly prevent anything additional from happening. And the US. Congress holds the purse strings for the federal government. So just on appropriating funds to keep the government going, that will have an impact. But the pieces that are in IRA are pretty strong. I mean, they are tax credit, unless they were to completely rewrite the tax code. And I'll give you a little secret. When you give somebody something, don't ever try to take it away. So you're going to have all of these people taking advantage of credits. And in fact, manufacturers are already moving into states that are heavily Republican states and the last thing they want is those tax credits to go away. In fact, during the Trump administration, they never put on the table rolling back solar and wind tax credits. They just didn't because they knew that was a losing proposition for them. Yeah, I didn't realize that even during Trump they didn't roll back very much, did they, as far as climate goes, because business people were investing and that's the thing. Now in Canada, it's a different story. What they call it, and they refer to it as a runway. In the states, solar and wind have a ten year runway that it's guaranteed that if you invest, you can keep investing and it will still work out. You're not wasting your investment. You need to give assurances and security to people to make these investments because that's what the clean energy transition is. It's largely investing, but in Canada we don't have that. So our government is a minority parliamentarian. Government that may switch to 2025 will probably I mean, the government don't last forever around here either. And that government hardly wants to get rid of carbon taxes and doesn't seem to legitimately believe in climate change either. They're not that far off in the Republicans. But yeah, apparently the Canadian government is working on making that so that it's a guaranteed thing because investors are already threatening. They might be grandstanding, but they're threatening the one is going to the states because that's where the guarantee is, I don't know. And there's even definitely companies worried about doing business in places like Alberta because of the sort of backwards looking energy policy that they have there. If you're a giant business, giant international business, you're going to think twice setting up a business in a place that is denying climate change. And we were talking about Carlos Gon last week, the former chairman of Nissan who oversaw the implementation of the Nissan Leaf, the first mass produced electric car, which I happen to own a ten year old version of that. And there's actually a Netflix documentary that just came out a week ago as we were talking about that. Oh, fantastic. Well, I don't know that it is fantastic. I'm not reviewing it. I'm not endorsing it. It's called fugitive. The Curious Case of Carloscone. And I watched a bit of a lot of talking heads. It's interesting because it's kind of like a heist movie, right? Because he's accused of stealing millions from the car company he led, he was arrested in Japan and smuggled out of the country by two Americans in a storage chest, who, coincidentally, were also just convicted this week. As soon as I brought it up, things started happening. Brian wow. Okay. Well, I think I'll check that out. It was an interesting story just because of that one detail that he had to escape the country in a storage chest. Yeah. Oh. We have some breaking news. The 8th billionth human being is about to be born in the world. We go now to Antonio Gutiris, the head of the United Nations. The 8th billionth member of our human family is born. How will we answer when baby 8 billion is old enough to ask, what did you do for our world and for our planet when you had the chance? After President Trump announced that America would withdraw from the Paris Climate Change Accord, elon Musk immediately announced he would quit presidential business councils. We are in the fight of our lives and we are losing. Greenhouse gas emissions keep growing, global temperatures keep rising, and our planet is fast approaching tipping points that will make climate chaos irreversible. Twitter owner Elon Musk has told his followers on the platform to vote for a Republican congress. Tuesday, Musk tweeted, quote to independentminded voters, shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties. Global warming, which a lot of people think is a hoax. The Earth will end only when God declares it's time to be over. We are on a highway to Climate Hill with our foot still on the accelerator. This is a clean energy show with Brian Thompson and James Whittingham. Okay, so a quick start here from South Dakota. Now, we often talk about North Dakota here on the show because we're just above North Dakota here. In many ways. In many ways, I love North Dakota. Home of the Fargo Film Festival. Home of the Fargo Theater. Anyway, South Dakota, which is just below North Dakota, it is now getting most of its electricity from wind they previously had. Hydroelectric was the biggest source, but now 52% is coming from wind turbines in the province there. So congratulations to South Dakota. And what I say to that initially is, why not us? Brian why not us? I wonder what led that to happen. Like, what was it? Private investment? Because we have a utility owned, government owned utility here. Was it the private sector that saw cheap electricity that drove the investment in? That what sparked that? Because South Dakota is not in the day and age of accusing everything green as being on one side of the political spectrum and therefore the enemy the other, then I'm surprised that a state like South Dakota was able to do something like that. Yeah, in South Dakota and North Dakota, both tend to be conservative leaning states. It is slightly surprising, but as we know, it's a great idea. So we have very similar wind profile here in our province and a little bit of wind power, but it really needs to be cranked up. You know, it's interesting politically when I was in Fargo with you, that I was asking, because that was just when Trump was becoming a thing and I was trying to get a Trump sign to bring over, was asking around for one. They were all lefty apologizing for their country. But it just goes to show that even in very right wing states, you have pockets of people who are, you know, not everybody is going to be one way or the other. There's always pockets, even in the most extreme leaning states. Yeah, fargo is a college town. They've got, like, I think, three universities in Fargo or Fargo morehead. And of course, people involved in the film festival, I guess, tend to be people in the arts, more left leaning, but as a whole, pretty conservative places. And my son always points out that Wyoming has Casper, which is also a small college town, because we've been through Wyoming a few times and I've been shaken by some of the images I've seen there. And there's lots of bad things to look at and signs and messages. But, yeah, Casper, which is a town we did go to, it was like a Fargo of Wyoming. It was kind of like a cool little college town with a nice Taco Bell, I may add. Nice. And, you know, I wanted to go there for the eclipse. The total eclipse of the sun that was the closest to us was Casper, Wyoming. Oh, interesting. I think we had just done a six week vacation in the mountains with our camper, and I couldn't convince my partner to do it. I regret that ever since, because it would have been a one day trip to see something remarkable. No. And I thought about driving to Calgary or Winnipeg to see Kate Beaton, author of the Duck's graphic novel, which I was plugging on the show. But these blizzards prevented these blizzards are bad. You never know this time of year whether we live in western Canada, where you're going to get bad weather, and certainly any mountain pass, even the Sierra Nevada mountains, are getting killed with a whole whack of snow. I've got a story I wanted to talk about. I guess a few companies, at least a couple in the last week or so, that have dropped plans, like, Ford has announced that it has dropped plans for a level three driver assistance, which would lead them to robotaxis. And they're going to focus on level two just for the consumer rather than as a business. So that's been a big shift. Mercedes is kind of doing the same. They say robotaxis are no longer a goal. We thought that in 2016 or 17, and that's kind of when the neural net sort of became a thing and they thought, well, everything is going to be solved quickly, but now they're backing off of that and they thought they could solve the robotaxi problem quite quickly. And so did certain CEOs who now social media magnets, but committing to both a ride hailing solution and a passenger driven assistant solution was expensive. So they thought they just concentrated on the one that make people because people are demanding it now. They're demanding basically the different versions of autopilot for different cars just to drive itself on the highway. How was your autopilot, by the way, in wintertime? How is it doing on actual highways? Yeah, generally really good. It can kind of sense generally through the snow. Okay, well, self driving taxis that operate all day, every day and all kinds of weather have been a dream for many for decades, including one of the Google people who started their autonomous program, Waymo. Yes. So now he's programming trucks to operate within the confines of industrial sites. Only one of these guys. And he says the foreseeable future, that's as much as the complexity as any driverless vehicle will be able to handle, in his opinion. He says, forget about the profits, the combined revenue of all the robotax the robotruck companies, it's not a lot right now. It's probably more like zero. So our friend of the show, Mark Hislamp, who is one province over from us or two provinces over, but from where we live, he's got a YouTube show called Energy Media, and he also has a podcast from time to time, and he has a guest on from Guidehouse Insights. He's an automotive engineer and EV analyst. His name is Dulce Meade and he's somebody that I go to for EV information and sort of market knowledge like that. And boy, he's got some cold water to throw on the robotaxi thing. I got some clips from him. This is him talking about that it's going to be a while before someone solves this to be at the point where you can really start to scale it up dramatically and get to a level of number of vehicles on the road where you can start to build a really viable business out of it. It's probably closer to eight to ten years, closer towards the end of this decade than where we are today. And again, this is Marks YouTube show energy Media. I'll have a link to it in the show notes, so we can borrow from him without guilt. And also he's talking about how AI sort of plateaued. What I was just talking about, the Neuron net development in early 2010s was something that people thought would move fast but apparently he sees a big plateau happening and slowing down. We had that big advancement in the middle part of the last decade, and that suddenly moved things forward very quickly. But then it plateaued and it's been climbing very slowly ever since it hit that plateau. And so that's why it's hard to predict when we'll get to that stage where these systems are at least consistently as good as or better than humans. Now, there's been a Department of justice investigation into Musk over full selfdriving claims. According to Reuters, prosecutors in Washington, San Francisco are examining whether Tesla misled customers. I hear when you look at sort of on stage discussions from people in this space, they're really bad mouthed Tesla. Now, you could take that with a grain of salt and say it's envy, or I don't believe in their approach, but Tesla is always proving people wrong. Anyway, this is his opinion, his contrary opinion on the Tesla approach, and he doesn't think much of it. There are some fundamental flaws in the Tesla approach relying on cameras only, and particularly because of the way they've configured the cameras, where you don't have any stereoscopic imaging, so you can do parallax imaging to get some accurate distance measurement. Tesla is relying entirely on AI inference to try to measure distance to objects, which is an inherently flawed approach. The system that they have devised is not really capable of robust automated driving, and probably never will be. Between the name and what Elon Musk has consistently said for the last six years, since October of 2016, when they launched autopilot version two. And he started his presentation with starting today, all vehicles rolling out of the Tesla factory have all the hardware they need to get to level five. Autonomy. Which was a lie then and it's a lie today. He's a pinch angry, I think, which is up to the sort of a toad that I hear of these things. But yeah, well, we'll see. But Tesla's future is highly reliant on that's one big aspect of it. It's not just selling cars. Yeah, well, I suspect that they probably wouldn't do the same thing now. So that's back in 2016, and Tesla was not in a profitable position back then, so they started selling full selfdriving, I think partly just as a way to get revenue into the company, a future promise of a future feature. Since then, they've become very profitable and very stable. So if they were starting this program now, I don't think they would be selling this feature for the future at ten, $20,000. But, yeah, I suspect back then they just wanted the cash flow. And another problem that I've seen come up is people like you who have the full self driving beta but aren't using it. So apparently that's a bit of an issue because it's kind of annoying. Right? It turns off and you think, Well, I'll just drive normally for now. Yeah, I've. Got better things to do. Sure. Even as you're retirement. But this has become an issue because they're getting less data and they need more data, which is maybe one of the reasons why they're trying to roll it out to even people with bad driving scores. Yeah, but could they possibly even crunch all the data that they're getting? Almost on the inside observer, I have a friend who owns a Tesla, but you I'm amazed at how the promises keep coming that it's later this year, end of the year, next year, and year after year it's always there. But watching the progress of Auto full self driving beta, it does seem to be a slow crawl. Something could happen where everything comes together. I don't know, everything about it to ComEd and maybe they'll solve something that puts everything together and suddenly it makes a giant leap forward. But right now and we'll see. We'll see. Because we're six months away from testing your car again on the same route, and we'll see how it does. And we had a rainy day last year, so it wasn't perfect, but yeah. Anyway, France is doing something quite unusual, even for France. Yeah. So there is new legislation that was approved this week that requires all parking lots in France with spaces for at least 80 vehicles. This is both existing and new parking lots be covered by solar panels. So this is great. You think that has an 80 vehicle parking lot? What would that be? A strip mall? A strip mall would have that. Yeah, I guess so. We have quite a few kind of small parking lots in our city. I think that wouldn't qualify. Or even a big hotel. Brian would have 80 spots, wouldn't it? I mean, if you have 80 rooms, you'd have 80 spots. Yeah, it just makes sense. Like, this is schools, maybe. Yeah, schools. This is space that it's just there. And if we put solar panels on it, it will keep the rain off the cars and produce electricity. It's a nice incentive. So you have to do this. Yeah, this is the law. So according to the government, the potential of the measure could reach up to eleven gigawatts, or the equivalent of the power of ten nuclear reactors at midday on a Sunday in the summer. So that's interesting. That's a lot of power just from parking lots. No, and we've had stories in the past about covering canals. Like in California, I might as well cover the canals. It's just all this space that we have that could have a double use. And parking lots is one of them. You know, though, I wonder what the business model is for this, what the payback is, because I don't know what France's tariff system is, or if they have any money for just putting out the panels or the feed in of the electricity to the grid, how they pay and what the payback period is. But let's say that it's reasonable. You would have customers that would be pretty happy to be parking under a structure, an outdoor structure that shaded you, perhaps shield you from precipitation. And you could sit and wait for your spousal unit to shop. And you wouldn't cook in the sun. He would be shaded and comfortable. No, we have a real problem here. We have very hot sun in the summertime, so always better to get a parking spot with shade. I thought this was interesting. So it's the bigger parking lots that are going to have to do this first. Car parks with 400 spaces or more have about three years to comply, and then the smaller parking lots get about five years to complete. So this isn't just new construction. This is existing construction. Existing parking lots. That is a big deal. My goodness. Yeah. No, and if you think of some of the like, think of I don't know if they have Walmart in France, but you think of Walmart, the Walmart, the giant parking lots that we have for places like Walmart or shopping malls. Man, that would be a lot of solar panels. Yeah. I've been thinking about what we'll use, because the grocery store that we went to last night of the blizzard actually has a bunch of stuff built on the outside of what used to be a parking lot. There's actually an office building there with yeah, they've been restaurants used to be a gigantic parking lot, but they keep adding businesses to it. And that confused me because it's hard to find now it's easy to find a store at the end of a giant parking lot that's 10 miles away. There are walmarts in China. Do they? Yeah, they do. Wow. There's no French walmart in France, so I just Google that. Of course, there's a French Disneyland, but there's no French Walmart. It's basically the same, right? Yeah. Disney. When we do go to a robot taxi future, we're going to need less parking spaces. Right. So the way I envision it is, say I've got a shopping mall close to me that's got lots of parking spaces. And I think that what they could say is, well, you know, part of this shopping mall can be designated for Robotaxis because, you know, robotaxis will go mostly at the peak of when people get on and off work and on and off school. It's just like rush hour. But for the rest of the day, they'll have to sit somewhere. They'll need somewhere to have they'll need to go somewhere where they can charge and where they can somewhere nearby, different areas of town. I don't know where that's going to be. Yeah. Plus, I imagine it will be like the movie Cars, and they'll want to hang around together at a party, have social issues and things like that. Of course it will be like that. But at the same time, I'm wondering if we'll need less. Well, I mean, that's what Tony Seba says. We'll need less parking lots. And there's a significant amount of Los Angeles that has nothing but parking lots. And that's also a heat gainer for it increases the urban island, t island of cities as parking lots. Yeah. Well, hopefully we can densify all of our cities and just start building more building and housing on all these parking lots we're not going to. Right? And that'll be an exciting future. Plus like a driven right to the door. And hopefully some sort of device will lift me up and put me on an automated cart that will drive me around. Because walking is just too much for sure in the future, I think. So Porsche has made 100,000 cars. What does it mean? 100,000 of Brian? This is the Porsche Taycan electric car. They've now produced 1000 of this car. So it's been a pretty big success for Porsche. These are in demand. They are selling more of these than the 911, which is kind of the marquee car for Porsche. What I didn't know is it's not a huge company. This is really a niche player. So they delivered just over 300,000 vehicles last year. So they're a small car company niche and of course, very expensive. Tesla deliver like, one and a half million. Yeah, and they're just getting going. This is with two new factories that just went up. This is just with one. Yeah. So they delivered just over 300,000 vehicles total, and 41,000 of them were the all electric Ticans. So they have plans to electrify more of their lineup. But like a lot of things, it's been a little bit delayed. The Macan was the next one that they were going to electrify, and so far they haven't managed to do that. They've been surprised by that, haven't they? I mean, I think they've been overwhelmed by demand, but they've also stepped up to meet that demand, which is great, too. Yeah, but it really does make sense if you're someone who's interested in a Porsche, you're interested in performance driving. And as we know, Electric makes for fantastic performance driving. And if you're wealthy, then you want to impress your wealthy green friends. Well, there's nothing more luxurious, though, than driving quiet, so I love that. I don't know. Would that impress your green friends to a Porsche can? Some of them seems a little excessive. I've impressed myself. Maybe that's really what counts in the car world. Yeah. I don't know. It's a lot of money and you could probably solve the world hunger in a small nation somewhere for the purchase of that car. But Electric says that Tesla is now earning eight times more per car than Toyota. And Toyota is basically one of the world's largest automakers, and they're starting to apparently notice. Back in Japan, according to Electric, for example, tesla reported $3.3 billion in net profit last quarter, compared to Toyota earning just roughly 3 billion. So. Yeah, Tesla. This is despite Toyota delivering eight times more cars than Tesla in the same time period, and Tesla beat them on profits. That's kind of wild. It is. So they made the same money, same profits. But wow, I mean, the demand for Tesla is high. There's this whole inflation thing going on. There's the supply problem, the chip shortages. So they have eat up their prices a little bit. Thousand here, thousand there, as a lot of people are. What do you think it is? It's like a third of profit per car or something like that. It's really high. It's higher than most people. Yeah, I don't know. But the traditional automakers make more money on things like service and part of stuff. So this milestone of Tesla beating Toyota and earnings during a quarter is especially impressive when you consider that just a decade ago, toyota owned 3% of Tesla with just a $50 million investment. Think of how they get rid of that. So now Tesla generates $50 million in free cash flow almost every day, which is why the CEO can do cookie things and do whatever they want. So it's now time for the Tweet of the Week. This is where I highlight a tweet that I like. There's a couple of good ones. Maybe I'll do two. This week from Jenny Chase, solar analyst with Bloomberg NEF New Energy Finance. It's a casual line from those hippies at Pakistan's National Electric Power Regulatory Authority. And this is basically what they said in their report. They said the existing average cost of supply electricity to consumers is high, way too high. And one way to reduce this high cost is to procure cheap electricity from indigenous resources like wind and solar. Now, if we heard that from our utility in Canada, that would be remarkable. But this is coming from Pakistan, a very conservative place, who is not known, especially in governmental terms, to talk like this. But they see the value of this. No utility talks this way, actually. But Pakistan is and because she lives in the solar space, she knows nobody else is saying that but Pakistan Solar, or pardon me, the electricity utility is saying that one way that we're going to lower prices is by buying wind and solar. So good for them. Yeah. As we've said before, the fuel costs for wind and solar are zero. And now a secondary Tweet of the week. Just because I wanted to do too, and I hate deciding, brian, it's a lot of work to decide. Why should I have to decide? Fred lambert lambert. Lambert. Lambert. Fred Lambert, editor in chief at Electric. He says his personal account he says when I talk about Elon's feedback loop being hijacked by superfans, this is what I mean. And he has a story from the Mercury News in San Jose, California. And before I go on, I just want to say that Fred owns like, five teslas has been the biggest fan of Tesla and he's a journalist, but he's been reporting on Tesla forever. He is an enthusiast. He's cheering them on in every way. But Elon Musk blocked him once a long time ago because he had something mildly critical to say and Elon couldn't just take that. So what Fred thinks is that Elon like Michael Jackson and other people, they have this feedback loop of everybody who's constantly praising them. And this is a story from the San Jose newspaper that says that this one guy who's like a dad was tweeting him like 19 times a day or something. And Elon was often responding to him because it's such praise. And the softspoken superfan dad praised him for being fit, ripped and healthy and asked, hey Elon Musk, what's your secret? It sounds like almost a joke, like a comedian might do that because it's the opposite of true. He's not fit, he's not ripped, he's not healthy. You look at him and you see a guy who doesn't he's like an It guy who never gets an hour of sleep. It looks like he hasn't had sleep in years. And certainly not the healthy lifestyle and certainly no son. And the world's richest man's response was how do I keep fit and healthy? Fasting and diabetic drug that promotes weight loss. So good for you. When you're rich, you get to have the diagnosis. Drugs that promote weight loss and fasting is not good. Sumo wrestlers fast. They don't eat until 01:00 p.m. In the afternoon. Yeah. Wow. Not to 01:00 p.m. In the afternoon. That is a CES fast fact for you. That's because they store more weight if they don't eat all day. They train their body to fast. See, in human history, back when we were in caves and such, ten years ago, if you didn't eat, your body would think it was a famine and it would store extra weight. It would just change. So like fat people like me would survive in a zombie apocalypse. So my nutritionist tells me because we would need 20% less calories because we're that more efficient. Anyway, so we get a little bit of feedback here from the Twitter says clean energy fraud. You guys are talking about the future of hydrogen. So check out this podcast and what was it? It says this guy's super anti hydrogen and has some great points. And this is from Nelson. The podcast was our friend Mark Mslop at Energy Talk Show. He has a podcast as well. Occasionally puts out a guest, Paul Martin, a chemical engineer with a 30 year history of working with hydrogen and a member of the Hydrogen Science Coalition. And I'll put a link to that in the show notes if you want to hear some smack talk on hydrogen. And coming up in the show is the lightning round zoom through the rest of the week's headlines in a fast fashion. We like to hear from you. It's really what we live on. Brian doesn't get up in the morning without the hope of somebody contacting us. Clean energy show@gmail.com. We're on TikTok and Instagram and everywhere else. Clean energy, pond. We're on mastodon. At Mastodon Energy. We're on YouTube. Clean energy show. Speak Pipe. You can leave us an online voicemail message. Speak pipe.com. Cleanenergyshow. That sound means it is time for the lightning round, where we'll end the show this way. A fast paced look of the week in clean energy and climate news. Canada is putting the break on China's $4 billion lithium acquisition free. China is here buying up all the lithium they can, and Canada has finally said no. So Chinese companies have been the biggest financers of overseas lithium projects globally in recent years, including purchases of Canadian listed assets. And that's a new development, Brian. Yeah. So this is new legislation that limits the foreign ownership of some of these critical minerals that we're going to need for the electric revolution. Call it the biden approach, saying no more China. The Charging Interface Initiative, a global industry association focused on the electrification of transportation, has launched its new megawatt charging system. MCs is going to be called. We have CCS, the non Tesla standard for charging connectors. This is going to be MCs. So memorize that term. Brian. MCs is the new megawatt charging system standard for North America. So this will be some specific kind of plug and protocol for how to charge at even higher speeds. Megawatt speeds for trucks, basically for trucks, big trucks. Not necessarily all semitransport trucks, but medium trucks as well. This is interesting. The 2023 Kia EV six base trim has been dropped. And the starting price that means has dropped to an unfortunate $50,000 US. That means brian, I can't afford it. Yes, that's too bad. I mean, we sometimes do get different trim levels here in Canada, so we'll see. But 50,000 is a lot. Another CS fast fact, the golden toad is the first species to go extinct to climate change. Put that in your toaster and smoke it. It's too warm for them. And I guess the towed has had enough. Panasonic has broken ground on their EV battery factory in Kansas. This is what we refer to early red states getting a lot of this EV manufacturing, green tech manufacturing and jobs. And they'll be making 2070 cylindrical cells. A Viking bus orders 31 Mercedes Benz E Cetera buses as long distance runners in the country known as Denmark. Hello, Denmark. The reason I bring that up is because we've mentioned this before. When will long distance city to city buses electrify? Well, the answer is, I guess it's starting. That's great. The market share of zero mission light duty vehicle registrations in Canada hit 9.4% in the third quarter of this year. And that's a new record. It's up from any previous record which shows that the EV adoption is accelerating in Canada. Yeah, we're definitely past some sort of a tipping point, which is often said to be around 5% of the market. So, yeah. Canada at 9.4% EVs. That's fantastic. How many Ford Mustang electrics do you see around? I see them almost every day now. Maybe it's the same neighborhood, I don't know, but I see them everywhere. The North End, one of 600 EV sold in Europe will be made by Chinese makers of EVs by 2025. Fitch solution says, according to the China EV Post, So that's interesting. Something we've been following since the early days of this podcast is when will Chinese EV makers start to make gains in Western markets? Yeah, and I guess you're at first, because it's always Europe first, isn't it? Because they need their EVs over there. It's physically closer and they have tougher regulations to kind of phase out combustion. A slight majority of California voters favor the recently announced ban on new sales of gasoline powered vehicles by 2035. Only 52% and 43% disapprove, but hopefully they'll come around when prices do. I don't think anyone's going to complain about the range and prices there and charging infrastructure. Another fast fact air conditioners and heating elements consume 50% of electricity in America. Did you know that? That's a lot. No, that's a lot. Analysis as seen by the BBC shows that the production and transport of LNG causes up to ten times the carbon emissions compared to pipeline gas. So build more pipeline. I'm kidding. This around here, liquid natural gas as opposed to actual gas that goes through pipes. The greater than 8% electricity from a solar club in Europe for 2021. Here's the countries that have 8% or more just from solar germany, Spain, Greece, Italy, Netherlands not bad. And there's a whole bunch of 5%. A whole whack at 5%. Good for you. Greece, by the way. I always think of Greece as a leader in clean energy, but these things, they sneak up on you. Amazon is meeting holiday demand this year with a fleet of over 1000 Livian electric vehicle delivery vans. So we are talking about those for a long time now. And I guess there's a thousand on the roads for Christmas this year. Yeah, that's not bad. But 10,000 next year and 50,000 a year after that or something. Yeah, they've definitely ordered more than that. Amazon is a big investor in Rivian and they're desperately trying to scale up their production of these vans and their pickup trucks. So hopefully things speed up nicely. And finally this week, Tony Sieve says in a post that speaking of Amazon, amazon created a vast information technology infrastructure, but the use of just five weeks of the year, the holiday shopping season, which is Christmas in November and December where we live, they overbuilt capacity for the rest of the year. And he says, well, let's call that super data center. And thus the Amazon AWS cloud was born, which you see advertised on TV. It's now a trillion dollar business because they overbuilt something. So the reason he mentions that, Brian, is why? Because this is what's going to happen to solar, wind and batteries. Because solar is intermittent. Wind is intermittent. We need to overbuild it. But because these technologies are so cheap and getting cheaper, we can easily overbuild it. So Amazon, of course, a large amount of shopping happens in November and December, the Christmas shopping season here in Canada and the US. So they had to really beef up their online system to handle all these transactions in December. And what did they end up with? Amazon Web Services, which is now a trillion dollar business, apparently. Yes, it's a lot of money just for overbuilding something, because that's what's going to happen with the energy markets, because we're going to have extra solar, extra wind around. That is our show for this week. You know what? Next year we're going to have a Patreon. If you have any ideas for the patreon, let us know what kind of perks you might be interested in. And by God, write us right now. Cleanenergytow@gmail.com or clean energy pond everywhere on social media. If you're new to the show, remember to subscribe to our show on your podcast app to get new shows, new episodes delivered every week. We'll see you next time. See you next week!  

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Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 35:13


15 states, 12 days, 4417 miles and 16.7 miles per gallon creating priceless memories and tons of new friends, from the Rockies to Long Island New York, quite the road trip. Throw in there a 1968 Shelby GT 350 convertible and you've got yourself something quite special. Here to talk about the journey, not the destination, welcome Brad and Josh Glassman to Ford Mustang, The Early Years podcast.Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application============Do you own a early year Mustang?: yesIf you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: 20 yearsWhat do you do for a living?: Attorney If you've made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?: Original 1968 Shelby GT-350 convertible- restored over 30 years ago. Special note: My twin brother Josh and I Just returned from a 12 day 4417 miles road-trip on Barrett Jackson road tour through Rockies,Utah, Wyoming etc and back to Long Island NY. Started in Elk City OK. -15 states in total. What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: It's dialed in preparation of this trip. Continue to drive it 3-5k miles per year. Street or Track front coilover kit; bilstein shocks; aluminum radiator and electric fan, 5 speed transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes rack and pinion street rack, 17 inch Shelby 10 spoke wheels, wireless Bluetooth Also have 1966 289 convertible.Upgrading suspension and cooling. Rumor has it original owner was a Beach Boy never able to prove. We have owned Boss 302s etc in past. Cover Art credit: Brad and Josh GlassmanSocial Media@ElGatoEngineering https://www.instagram.com/elgatoengineering/@jagpegasus @bglassman Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairKeep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
El récord imbatido de Gilles Villeneuve

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 19:56


Sé que todos los que seguís este canal sabéis mucho de coches. Y os imagino pensando, “Máximo, te has confundido, Gilles Villeneuve no tiene ningún récord en la Fórmula1”: Pues sí y no. Os digo una cosa, ¿sabéis de algún otro piloto de F1 que con solo 4 temporadas y nada más que 6 victorias hay sido capaz de convertirse en un mito como Gilles? ¿Qué hace de Gilles Villeneuve un mito? ¿Su estilo espectacular? ¿Su ambición? ¿Su forma de vida exagerada dentro y fuera de la pista? ¿El amor paternal que Enzo Ferrari le profesaba? ¿Sus tensas relaciones con sus compañeros de equipo? ¿Su temprana muerte? ¿El hecho de que su hijo le “vengase” ganando un Mundial? Seguramente todo esto y mucho más, porque hay algo que es indudable: Gilles era un ser humano único. Canadá y la nieve. La familia Villeneuve no era muy adinerada, su padre era afinador de pianos y vivían cerca de Montreal. Para un joven canadiense que no era rico, pero sí amante de la velocidad y del motor había pocas salidas. Las más obvia, las carreras de motos de nieve. Y ahí comenzó todo, Gilles siempre lo dijo, rodar a 200 km/h sobre la nieve. Por fin saltó a los coches corriendo, primero corriendo con su propio coche, un Ford Mustang y luego en monoplazas de la F Ford, disputando el campeonato regional de Quebec. En 1976 y ya con un equipo serio, la Ecurie Canadá dominó la temporada al ganar todas las carreras excepto una y se llevó el título estadounidense y canadiense. Volvió a ganar el campeonato en 1977. Salto a la F1. En una carrera de la Fórmula Atlantic en el circuito de Trois-Rivières coincidió nada menos que con James Hunt. Y le venció. Y dejo impresionado a James, quien le recomendó a su patrón, Teddy Mayer, que probase a ese canadiense loco que iba muy rápido. McLaren ofreció a Villeneuve un tercer monoplaza durante la temporada 1977. El canadiense hizo su debut en el Gran Premio de Gran Bretaña, donde se clasificó noveno con el M23, mientras que Hunt y Jochen Mass conducían el nuevo M26. En la carrera marcó la quinta vuelta más rápida y finalizó undécimo después de haber sido retrasado dos vueltas por el indicador de temperatura defectuoso. Llega Ferrari. Vamos a dejar que esta historia nos la cuente su esposa, Joann Villeneuve: "Sonó el teléfono en casa, descolgué y dije, Gilles, es para ti, están llamando desde el extranjero. Gilles se puso al teléfono con cierta curiosidad y le preguntaron si le gustaría ir a Maranello hacer una prueba en la pista de Fiorano". En agosto de 1977 viajó a Italia para encontrarse con Enzo Ferrari quien de inmediato sintió algo especial por Gilles: “Cuando me presentaron a este pequeño y nervioso canadiense enseguida reconocí en él el físico de Nuvolari y me dije a mí mismo, démosle una oportunidad”. Ferrari nunca es fácil. La temporada 1978 fue muy complicado, con fallo de neumáticos, sobre todo del motor, del propio piloto y con la prensa italiana pidiendo la cabeza de Gilles...así son los italianos. Pero tras dejar Reutemann el equipo y llegar Jody Scheckter las cosas cambiaron, hasta el punto de que Gilles se inmiscuyó en la lucha por el Mundial. La temporada 1980 fue un desastre. Entre los dos pilotos sumaron 8 puntos. El motor atmosférico de 12 cilindros opuesto, que impedía el uso del efecto suelo, hizo del T5 uno de los peores Ferrari de la historia. ¡Hacía falta un turbo y efecto suelo! Y ambas cosas llegaron en 1981 con el 126C. Pero tampoco fue un buen coche. En el 1982 las cosas cambiaron y el 126C2 del recién fichado Harvey Postlethwaite era mucho mejor. Tanto que Villeneuve rechazó una oferta de McLaren. Y llegó el incidente de San Marino, cuando una escalada de la guerra FISA-FOCA hizo que los equipos de FOCA boicotearan la carrera, dejando a Renault como la única oposición seria de Ferrari. La escudería italiana parecía tener la victoria garantizada. Para ahorrar combustible y asegurarse de que los coches terminaran, Ferrari ordenó a ambos pilotos que redujeran la velocidad. Villeneuve creía que la orden también significaba que los pilotos debían mantener la posición, pero Pironi no opinaba lo mismo. En la última vuelta, Didier pasó y frenó justo delante de Gilles en el interior de la última curva y se llevó la victoria. 8 de mayo de 1982. Y así llegamos a Zolder. Nunca sabremos que Villeneuve, una décima detrás de Pironi, quería superarlo, incluso machacarlo o si simplemente fue un malentendido entre Jochen Mass y Gilles. Hay versiones para todos los gustos. Lo que sí es cierto es que Gilles chocó a más de 200 km/h con la trasera del McLaren y voló… Conclusión. Me parecía difícil acabar este video, Jody Scheckter, un grande de la F1, me lo ha puesto fácil. Solo voy a repetir, a ver si lo consigo sin emocionarme, las palabras que dijo en el funeral en Berthierville sobre su excompañero de equipo.

History Factory Plugged In
S2E7: Ford Archives with Ted Ryan

History Factory Plugged In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 36:31


“History Factory Plugged In” welcomes Ford Archives and Heritage Brand Manager Ted Ryan. He and host Jason Dressel, CEO of History Factory, discuss how the company uses its history and archives to help with future-focused branding and marketing initiatives such as the relaunch of the Ford Bronco and the limited anniversary edition of the Ford Mustang. Company history comes alive with “History Factory Plugged In.” We explore the rich heritage of major organizations in this thought-provoking podcast. If you have questions, comments or ideas to share, please email us at pluggedin@historyfactory.com.

The Total Podcast! with Phil Scott
Bonus Episode: New Apple iPad Models, the Upcoming DJI Mavic 3 Classic, More $399 and less Laptops, and the New 2024 Ford Mustang

The Total Podcast! with Phil Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 11:32


The Bonus Episode of "The Total Podcast! with Phil Scott" features New Apple iPad Models, the Upcoming DJI Mavic 3 Classic, More $399 and less Laptops, and the New 2024 Ford Mustang - Don't miss this informative episode, and see the show links! Links (Updated 12/01/22): iPads: https://www.apple.com/ipad/ DJI Classic: https://dronedj.com/2022/10/09/new-dji-mavic-3-classic-drone/ $399 and less Laptop Computers (some have touchscreens, and some do not): This Computer has an i5 processor - better than the i3: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-15-6-touch-screen-laptop-intel-core-i5-12gb-memory-256gb-ssd-natural-silver/6510531.p?skuId=6510531 https://www.adorama.com/ihp2u2l9ua.html https://www.adorama.com/ihp50v33uaab.html https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lenovo-Ideapad-3i-14-FHD-Laptop-Intel-Core-i3-1115G4-4GB-128GB-SSD-Windows-11-in-S-Mode-Platinum-Grey-81X700FGUS/125496557?athbdg=L1100 (This has only 4gb of ram - may possibly have expandable. Check with Lenovo for details). https://www.costco.com/hp-14%22-laptop---11th-gen-intel-core-i3-1125g4---1080p-windows-11.product.100793915.html https://www.samsclub.com/p/asus-vivobook-laptop-windows-11-14-hd-display-intel-core-i3/P03004323?xid=pdp_carousel_rich-relevance.rr0_5 - No Touchscreen; it has a backlit keyboard. https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-15-6-Laptop-Intel-Core-i3-1115G4-8GB-RAM-256GB-SSD-Natural-Silver-Windows-11-Home-in-S-mode-15-dy2791wm/650372253?athbdg=L1600 2024 Mustang: https://www.ford.com/cars/mustang/2024/ https://www.autoblog.com/2022/09/14/2024-ford-mustang-revealed-detroit-auto-show/ Phil Scott https://www.instagram.com/podcastphil/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCryKrc7UsGuj3_EVRgAldzg/videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsGMuWBVUHWk6AJBDDuh_ug --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Classic Car Corner
Heather Storm Visits The Classic Car Corner Podcast!

Classic Car Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 43:02


We are honored and excited to welcome to The Classic Car Corner Podcast, TV host, creative producer, and influencer, Heather Storm! Heather has been a previous guest on Jay Leno's Garage, and shares her love of the car culture community with her fans from all over the world. Heather's blog 'On The Road' shares her experiences traveling the country in her beloved 1965 Ford Mustang, and we are lucky to discuss the fun and challenges behind driving a classic car long distance. We talk about the first episodes released from Heather's new show, 'Heather Storm Off Road', documenting the adventures of her '22 Ford Bronco, the Bronco community, and... well check it out for yourself by visiting Heathers social media outlets: HeatherStormTV on Facebook and Twitter; HeatherStormLA on Instagram; and enjoy the new series, 'Heather Storm Off Road' on YouTube. Please like, subscribe, and check the 'bell' so you can be notified when the next episode airs! Enjoy the Show!

WWJ Plus
Juror in Whitmer kidnap trial accused of flirting with defendant | Alleged car thief jumps off River Rouge bridge | Stellantis' Warren plant cutting 3rd shift immediately

WWJ Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:28


A juror in the third Gretchen Whitmer kidnap trial is being accused of flirting with one of the defendants. WWJ's Luke Sloan has more. Stellantis is cutting the third shift -- which produces Jeep Wagoneer SUVs -- at its Warren plant effective immediately.  A police chase ends with a man jumping off the Rouge River bridge. The unidentified man was allegedly among a group stealing Ford Mustangs from the Flat Rock Assembly Plant last night. (Credit: Getty)

RoadWorthy Drive Podcast
REVIEW: Ford Mustang Mach-E EV; Who Cares About a Coal Strike; No Land for Housing

RoadWorthy Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 44:43


During this episode, Ford's first pure electric, the Mustang Mach-E EV is reviewed; why consumers should care about coal miners; and why there is seemingly no land available for housing in the United States. 

RoadWorthy Drive Moments
REVIEW: Ford Mustang Mach-E EV

RoadWorthy Drive Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 10:00


During this episode, I talk about the week I spent with Ford's first pure electric vehicle - the Mustang Mach-E.  While there is a lot to like and I share the pros and cons. 

RoadWorthy Drive Moments
FROM THE PARTS BIN: The Last Gasoline Powered Mustang

RoadWorthy Drive Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 11:02


With the introduction of the 7th generation Ford Mustang, the automaker has said that it would be the last Mustang that would be powered by gasoline.  How do you feel about this?  

Sales Lead Dog Podcast
Bryan Vogus, You Work for Them

Sales Lead Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 36:00


On today's episode we have Bryan Vogus, Sales and Business Development Executivefor Carbon3D joining us to discuss his role as a leader. Carbon3D is a 3D printing technology company, they not only do functional prototyping for clients, but they also do production. Carbon3D supplies some of the biggest companies with components for their cars, helmets, and even shoes.   Bryan has had a wide variety of backgrounds in leadership roles and has learned a lot from the humbling process of leading a team. He's reminded everyday that while he might be managing a team, he works for them, and their success is his outmost importance.   Tune into today's episode to hear from Bryan Vogus, Sales and Business Development Executive for Carbon3D, on why being a leader is about lifting up the team and working for their success.   Quotes: “So, my role here is really driving sales driving pipeline and closing that pipeline. I'm a senior sales director, I cover a region for carbon. It's kind of a little bit different role for me and my past where I had more sales leadership roles.” (1:31-1:45) “There are parts on a Ford Mustang right now in production, there's parts on a Lamborghini, every single NFL professional football player has a carbon part in their helmet.” (2:18-2:29) “You're managing people- but honestly you work for them. You got to make them successful.” (9:03-9:11) “Sales is simply a series of agreements that lead to a transaction.” (14:40-14:46)   Links: Bryan Vogus LinkedIn Carbon3D Website   Empellor CRM LinkedIn Empellor CRM Website Empellor CRM Twitter

And Then They Were Gone

On June 21, 2016, 20-year-old Tyler Stice packed his lunch and left for work. The community college student was living at home and working to save up money in hopes of eventually attending Northern Arizona University. That morning, Tyler got into his prize possession, a black Ford Mustang, and drove off. But he didn't make it to work that day. Four days later his car would be found in the Hualapai mountains, but there would be no trace of Tyler. Tyler's family had been seemingly followed by tragedy for years, and it wouldn't stop with his disappearance. It's been over six years since Tyler was last seen, and his case is filled with theories, with some wondering if his family's checkered past could have contributed not only to what happened not only that day, but also to the events that followed.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Tyler Stice, you can contact Silent Witness at 1-928-754-1234. You can also give a tip to the Kingman Police via email at adminpd@cityofkingman.gov. Please reference case number 16-18530.Si tiene alguna información sobre la desaparición de Tyler Stice, puede comunicarse con Silent Witness al 1-928-754-1234. También puede dar una pista a la policía de Kingman por correo electrónico a adminpd@cityofkingman.gov. Consulte el número de caso 16-18530.Find us everywhere: https://linktr.ee/attwgpodGet episodes early and ad-free on Patreon: https://patreon.com/attwgpodFor a full list of our sources, please visit our blog: https://andthentheyweregone.com/blogThis week's promo is from Pretty Peculiar. Let's take a pause for the peculiar. Welcome to a place where we deconstruct conspiracy theories, we unwind unsolved mysteries, and discuss all things horror! https://linktr.ee/prettypeculiarPartial list of sources:https://charleyproject.org/case/tyler-andrew-sticehttps://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/az-tyler-stice-20-kingman-21-june-2016.321197https://www.theintelligencer.com/news/article/Crews-still-searching-for-Kingman-man-last-seen-10461003.phphttps://www.facebook.com/Findtylerhttps://medium.com/the-mystery-box/where-are-they-tyler-stice-801e9fdedb86

First Class Fatherhood
#642 Aric Almirola

First Class Fatherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:56


Episode 642 - Aric Almirola is a First Class Father and NASCAR driver.  He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 10 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing.  Aric has competed in 417 NASCAR Cup Series races in his 15 year career.  He also has driven in over 100 NASCAR Xfinity Series races and 78 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.  In terms of top-fives, top-10s and laps led, 2020 was a career year for Almirola. His six top-fives, 18 top-10s and 305 laps led were all season bests, and each significantly bettered his previous year long highs from 2018.   In this Episode, Aric shares his Fatherhood journey which includes a son and daughter.  He discusses why he decided to reverse course on his retirement, which he announced earlier this season, and will continue racing after signing a new deal.  He describes his discipline style as a dad and how it relates to the discipline style he grew up with.  He talks about what the future looks like beyond his racing career.  He offers some great advice for new or soon-to-be dads and more! The Chosen: Come and See: a novel based on Season 2 of the critically acclaimed TV series (The Chosen, 2) - https://a.co/d/f4GLEpP FamilyMade - https://familymade.com FamilyMade Newsletter - https://news.familymade.com First Class Fatherhood: Advice and Wisdom from High-Profile Dads - https://bit.ly/36XpXNp Watch First Class Fatherhood on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCD6cjYptutjJWYlM0Kk6cQ?sub_confirmation=1 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast
Bright Lights, Big City, Bangin Headlights

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 23:59


Recorded poolside at my home in Ojai, California, meet George – owner, inventor, founder of Bangin Headlights.. I've driven a few dark roads that no matter how much my high beams put out, it just can't compare to today's high tech lights…until now. Not only is George a Classic Mustang enthusiast and owner, he's an entrepreneur with a dream – to brighten up everyone's road ahead. Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview ApplicationHow long have you owned your ride?: 10 yearsWhat do you do for a living?: Maker of the best damn headlights for classic cars!If you own a Mustang or classic car, have you named your car? If so, what is his/her name?:No, could never think of a suitable name, I just say "My Baby" :)If you've made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?:Initially restored to stock to have it registered for the first time in Australia. Many continuous upgrades and parts restored over the years. Suspension, brakes, power steering, electrical, ignition, interior....What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: Big plans - front suspension & brakes!Please share your social media names/handles so we can tag you when promoting your episode.: Instagram: @banginheadlights https://www.instagram.com/banginheadlights/Link to get YOUR Bangin' Headlights - www.TheMustangPodcast.com/headlightsFord Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairCover Art: Doug Sandler's Jewel with Bangin Headlights, Photo credit: Bangin HeadlightsKeep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler

Autoblog Podcasts
Ford Mustang: Past, present and future | Autoblog Podcast #749

Autoblog Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 66:08 Very Popular


Plus F-250 'High-Roller' restomod, electric Acura NSX, and driving the GMC Yukon Denali Ultimate

Driving While Awesome
Q&A Time! 2024 Mustang, Detroit Concours, and more...

Driving While Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 95:58 Very Popular


This week, Lane, Art, and Warren sit down to answer an array of listener questions, discussing everything from math rock, egregious automotive errors in movies and TV, and high school teachers with E30 M3s. Also covered is the new 2024 Ford Mustang and a recap from the Detroit Concours. There's something for everyone, so stay tuned! About the Podcast: Driving While Awesome is an automotive podcast starring Lane Skelton, Warren Madsen, and Art Cervantes. Experts in automotive opinion, long-time friends discuss topics on cars of all types, heavy on fun and cheap sports cars from the '80s and '90s, from a podcast studio in Santa Cruz, California. New episodes are uploaded every Thursday. Follow us on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook @drivingwhileawesome and visit our website at drivingwhileawesome.com The Driving While Awesome Podcast is part of the Hagerty Podcast Network. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/driving-while-awesome/message

Michigan's AutoTalk Podcast
Episode 76: “Mustangs and the women who love them…aka, The Mustang Mamas”

Michigan's AutoTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 25:24


Episode 76: “Mustangs and the women who love them…aka, The Mustang Mamas”In this episode, producer Phil Tower, along with hosts Al Schwinkendorf And John Puhek, welcome back our much-loved automotive writer and reporter, Phoebe Wall-Howard from the Detroit Free Press.Phoebe has an amazing knack for discovering great stories and sharing them with Free Press Raiders across the country in the world. Phoebe recently discovered a nationwide club full of passionate Mustang lovers and all of them are women. The group is of course called, “Mustang Mamas.” In this episode Phoebe shares some stories of some of the women she met as a part of writing the story all about the Mustang Mamas. (In case you didn't know, Mustang Mamas is a social club for women to share their pride in owning America's car, Ford Mustangs. )The club was founded in late 2017 in Washington State. and the club quickly spread nationwide.Today, Mustang Mamas has regional chapters in all 48 states in North America, plus Canada, and 1 international chapter in Australia, plus members in 10 different countries.Their founders say that Mustang Mamas is a club where “women can ask questions without judgment, share their knowledge and be heard, and feel respected and valued within a group of people. Oh, and they have lots of fun too!
No Mustang? Any woman can be a Mustang Mama and take part in all activities whether she owns a Ford Mustang or not.Links:Phoebe Wall Howard on Twitter:https://twitter.com/phoebesaidPhoebe's Detroit Free Press Story On The Mustang Mamas:https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/ford/2022/09/17/mustang-mamas-female-muscle-car/69498018007/MUSTANG MAMAS ONLINE:https://mustangmamas.com/MUSTANG MAMAS MICHIGAN CHAPTER:https://www.facebook.com/groups/mmregion8Like us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MichigansAutoTalkPodcastMichigan's AutoTalk podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Amazon Audio, Spreaker.com, Deezer, and Podcatcher.Thank you for listening. If you like our podcast please share it with a friend!

Auto Buyers Guide Podcast by Alex On Autos
Auto Shows: For Media or Consumers? | Episode 20

Auto Buyers Guide Podcast by Alex On Autos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 48:51 Very Popular


Was the 2022 North American International Auto Show in Detroit the show it used to be? The 2024 Ford Mustang wasn't really even revealed at NAIAS, but it is considered a NAIAS debut. What does Alex think of that car, and much more. Podcast theme by Brian Roskelly. This episode's music provided by:  xii by Limujii https://soundcloud.com/limujii Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/3RVvJAK Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/TCAMgPWJVHA

We Are Auto
120. New Ford Mustang S650, 2024 Mercedes C63 AMG, KTM X-Bow GT-XR | News

We Are Auto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 29:04


Thank you for listening to We Are Auto, the podcast about cars - for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts! Please leave a 5 Star rating and write a review!   In episode 119: - How about the new Ford Mustang? - Mercedes gives the new C63 a hybrid - KTM's lightweight sportscar            and more! Follow along! Facebook Instagram Youtube Website

Cars on Call
Ferrari Purosangue SUV, Dark Horse Mustang, Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart

Cars on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 54:16


2Docs are decidedly unenthusiastic (Enzo Ferrari is rolling in his grave) about the new Ferrari Purosangue SUV. They are excited about the new Ford Mustang which includes the Dark Hourse, the internal combustion engine is not dead yet!! Stephan describes his wonderful afternoon at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart.

America on the Road
Performance Riot: All-New 2024 Ford Mustang, 2022 Lexus RC F Fuji, 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLB 35

America on the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 42:14


Are you ready for the all-new 2024 Ford Mustang? Ford has unveiled exciting details about the new Mustang lineup for 2024, and we have more Ford Mustang news than you can shake a bridle at. In this episode of America on the Road we'll present comprehensive details on the complete 2024 lineup. It includes both a turbocharged four-cylinder-powered Mustang and a V-8-powered version. No, the V-8 isn't dead. But there's even more. Ford is doubling down on V-8 power by announcing a completely new variant, the first in more than two decades. The 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse features sinister yet sophisticated exterior and interior styling — styling that broadly hints at the high performance expected from its well-sorted suspension and 500-horsepower V-8 engine. Ford claims the Dark Horse with its available handling package will be the most track-capable, 5.0-liter V8 street-legal Mustang ever. It boasts upgrades in aerodynamics, hardware, software, and tuning. For those who love throwbacks, it will offer a six-speed manual transmission. In the road test segment, we will have two high-performance vehicles for you to drool over. Co-host Chris Teague was at the wheel of the 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLB 35. While the crossover SUV might look mundane its performance is anything but. Also in the road test segment Host Jack Nerad took control of the very limited-edition 2022 Lexus RC F Fuji. Just 50 of these luxury sports cars will be forthcoming from Lexus. And the car adds to the performance of the already impressive RC F by subtracting weight. In this week's interview, we will be covering an important but under-reported story — electric-vehicle fires and emergency response. Joe McClaine is a General Motors Electric Vehicle safety engineer, and he will tell us about a special effort GM is making to ensure first responders know how to deal with electric vehicle fires. It's a fascinating look at a story you'll find nowhere else. All that and more coming up in this episode of America on the Road.

Garage Talk
136. The Future of Mustang with a Historian

Garage Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 63:04


On this week's episode, Cory reaches out with a fellow automotive journalist and published author in Jimmy Dinsmore. Jimmy is the Automotive Editor for TheWeekendDrive.com and his Driver's Side car review column is nationally syndicated. He is also the author of Mustang by Design and (soon to be released) A History of America's Most Popular Pickup Truck Ford F-Series. Jimmy spent the week last week getting to see the future of the Ford Mustang at the Detroit Auto Show unveiling. Check out Jimmy's book here Instagram: @driversside Twitter: @driversside Subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you never miss a Car Review Be sure to join the discussion on any of our social media pages. Share your stories on any of the platforms listed below. Facebook: @GTGarageTalk Instagram: @GTGarageTalk TikTok: @GTGarageTalk Twitter: @GTGarageTalk Or send us an email at GTGarageTalk@gmail.com You can read more on our website: GTGarageTalk.com Support our Podcast GTGarageTalk.com/support Buy Garage Talk Merch! If you liked that episode and would like to hear more, head over to Patreon.com/GTGarageTalk and sign up on our 1LT Camaro tier and you will be granted access to TheAftermarket, extra content recorded after each new episode. You'll get to hear just a little more about what Cory and guests are like when making an episode of GT: Garage Talk. If that's not enough, browse through our many other tiers and see what perks come with each level. We appreciate you all, we thank you for listening #GTGarageTalk #FordMustang #MustangDarkHorse #CarReviews --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gtgaragetalk/message

Behind The Glass
[S6, E1] Is The NEW Ferrari Purosangue Really Worth £400k?

Behind The Glass

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:03 Very Popular


Want to support the podcast so we can make better episodes more often? Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/behindtheglassWe are back, for a whole new season of the podcast. Lots of exciting developments in the weeks and months ahead.This week Tony and I discuss:00:00 - Intro01:47 - We are back!06:17 - So many new car launches!07:24 - The new GT3RS 19:26 - Who asked for a Lamborghini Urus Performante? 23:29 - The last Bugatti with a W16 engine! 27:02 - The last manual Koenigsegg! 34:38 - Mclaren Solus GT? 35:35 - Other pointless new cars.37:17 - The electric beach buggy!38:52 - A new Ford Mustang!40:44 - The hideous new Pagani

The Clean Energy Show
Al Gore, The World Bank, Climate Denial and Human Composting in California

The Clean Energy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 51:20


Al Gore correctly calls the World Bank president a climate denier. California the latest state to allow human composting. Ford is moving to a direct sales model for EVs that will eliminate dealer markups. The Fully Charged Live event is coming to Canada. Reducing costs in massive solar farms goes beyond the cost of the panels themselves. We get a letter from Denmark and here is the link we talk about: https://dk.karnfull.com/ General Motors Co (GM.N) said on Tuesday it backed establishing tougher federal emissions standards to help ensure at least 50% of new vehicles sold by 2030 are zero-emission. This may be meant to harm Japanese auto companies who are way behind. The founder and owner of the outdoor apparel brand Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, has given his US$3-billion company away to a specially-designed trust, ensuring all profits—in perpetuity—are used to fight climate change and preserve wild spaces. Gas stoves can release hazardous air pollutants while they're operating, and even when they're turned off, according to a new study. Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Follow us on TikTok! Check out our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter! Your hosts: James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Email us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Tell your friends about us on social media! Transcript Hello, and welcome to episode 132 of the Clean Energy Show. I'm Brian Stockton. I'm James Whittingham. This week, Tesla's boring AI team members from its autopilot program to work on the humanoid robot. I predict a lot of broken dishes. Ford is moving to a direct sales model for EVs that will eliminate dealer markups. But dealers are skeptical and are rapidly researching alternative ways to antagonize and anger their customers. GM is pushing electric vehicles and American football fans. What's next? Low fat nacho cheese? The fully charged live event is coming to Canada. As Canada's foremost clean energy podcast, I propose that James and I be invited to participate. I could hook the panel while James could do crowd control and some light housekeeping. What all that? More this edition of the Clean Energy show. And also Brian on this week's show. Reducing costs and massive solar farms goes beyond the panels. And California will allow human composting in 2027. I'm way ahead of you, California. I'm studying a compost myself internally. I had a bad week. Feeling sick. Yeah, well, I know you told me you had some type of terrible stomach flu, and you're definitely looking better, and I hope that you're better. I just don't want to hear too much about this. okay. Let's just say I said to my ask this morning, can you do me a solid? And it did. That's all. Everything worked out. Yes. I don't know where it came from because you know, I never leave home. You never leave the house and no one brought it home, no one else was sick. So where the hell did this come from? But it just goes to show you how you could have gotten covered under the same situation too. From what, though? The neighborhood cat. Do I pet thing in the yard? Other people come in and out of your house. You know them as your family. Well, I do, but it's an awful thing. And I'm one of these people who has a phobia of being sick, as you know. I don't know if it's a terrible phobia, but I really hate being sick and I don't do it. Ask any of my family members. Like, I'm the worst patient in the house. I'm just kill me. Yeah. So my wife is of course, as a rock, she burst children. Something I couldn't do if I wanted to. It's just aying I can't handle being sick. I'm just not good at it. I'm sorry. I'm just glad it's over. And I don't want Covent. Yeah. I really don't want coven. So far, so good. So far so good. What's new with you around this house here? It seems like this often happens when we're recording the podcast, but you may hear some banging and crashing in the background because you're like working brown. You're always getting your house renovated constantly. That's right, yeah. What was the name of that guy? I can't remember. Is that like Sheldon? Or something? No, I don't think Oswald or he had a good name, but he was Peter Albert. I don't know. Yes. So the kitchen half of my vaulted ceiling has now been spray foam, and the drywall guys are there already to fill it in. So we're half done, and once that's done, we open up the other half and do that. So I'm going to have a freshly spray foam ceiling, and I'm real excited about that. Well, I don't know why you don't have a live microphone in your kitchen. That's what I would do. Yeah, I know that's what you would do, but I prefer podcasts to have that studio sound without well, I just want to check in on them to hear if there's any sound. It's interesting. Something like that weird sounds would be nice. And then the other thing was so I bought a brace for my back. I was having back troubles. You bought a back brace? Yeah, it's a shocking news. It's like a belt thing that sort of just tightens up and supports your spine when your spine is feeling weak. And then I know you had this horrible stomach flu this week. So my new idea for the podcast is these are our sponsorship possibilities, James, like all of our old man health problems. So this brace is from a company called Braceability, and they're not a sponsor? They are now. But hey, if they want to sponsor us, I could be a spokesperson for this product. I thought it was really great. Does it work? Yeah, it totally works. This is your future commercials on Fox News. And it's better to have on hand now. Like, I needed it sooner than I got it, but for the next time this happens to my back, I'll be able to I think when it happens yeah, it'll be able to move around sooner if I have this brace. And what does it do exactly? You put it in your lower spine, and it's like having a lumbar support. Like, I realized that when I drive a car, I have an extra lumbar support pillow in the car, like the one in the built into the seat is not enough. So when I'm sitting in a chair, I need a lumbar support. And I just thought to myself, hey, well, I need a lumbar support while I'm standing up. Surely there's a product like that. And I just started researching it and yeah, you get these lower back braces, and it's like an artificial spine on the outside of your body. Now you're endorsing it. And if you're not from North America or younger than us, which most people are, by the way, shit. Murphy Brown was a TV show in the 80s, early 90s, maybe 80s. National news anchor. Was it Elden? Eldon. Eldon. Very good. That was the guy's name. Give it some time and those old brain cells, with the help of a back brace, will kick in and you can help your brain cells with this new product. See, that's how it works. Oh, my gosh, you're such a good spokesperson. I would have you endure. I would listen to that old man sitting in front of a couch in the fireplace recommending something to me. The car hunt continues on my end. A couple of interesting developments on Front when I found out the Prius is coming out with a new plugin prime that is through spy websites and rumor websites. Could be 100 kilometer range, which would be interesting. However, it's too little, too late, right? I mean, I want a freaking EV. My partner wants an EV. I don't want to get an oil change again. That would do me, and I wouldn't have to worry about charging infrastructure for the next few years. Not that that's a terrible issue, but the infrastructure is there. It's just not working, essentially, and just the inconvenience of it taking slow speeds. But the Equinox, as we mentioned last week, from Chevy, which is a small SUV, they have the gas version of it with a very popular vehicle, and now they're having an electric version of it, as well as the what is it? The Blazer. Chevy Blazer, as well as silverado pickup truck. Anyway, the Canadian, where we live of pricing is $34,400 for the Equinox. For the Equinox, which is a small that's really good SUV. The bolt is a hatchback, which I'm shopping for, maybe would have probably bought if there was one on the lawn, but I can't because there's not one on the lawn, and it's a lottery shoot to try and get one crap shoot. But the bolt sells for 38 for something like that. Yeah, and it's not the Equinox. It's a small car. They should be marking those down, but they're not. And they have in the States that would explain the $6,000 reduction in the States, something like that. So they said, Canada, we're not going to do it because we don't need to, because we don't sell any there because the demand is too high. There's no competition. So screw you, Canada. This tells me not to buy a bolt. I'd be stupid to buy a bolt, especially at the current price, because let's say I buy one, and a year from now, people are starting to buy a $34,000 car that's less and better, and they're going to have to lower the price of the bolt. Absolutely. They're going to have to 8000 less. It's going to probably have to be $8,000. It's a real conundrum. And ideally, you would like to buy a car now, not a year from now or two years from now. Ideally, yes. The Prius is still fine, but right now, the Prius has an incredible resale value, and that's what I was hoping to take advantage of and get into the game. But you know what? At the price of $34,000, it doesn't matter so much what my resale value of the Prius is I could go and buy that car. Yeah, that's because it's about the same price as the Prius if you factor in the gas savings over four or five years at most. And that's normal gas prices, by the way, not the ones that we have now or had had recently. There was a thing going around the Internet that everybody was sharing saying the Saskatchewan, our province in Canada, which is a prairie province with oil and lots of mineral resources and potash and stuff like that, and farming would be a perfect place for battery minerals for manufacture, bringing it to Canada, because there was an article about that and everybody's talking about it. And I have this contention that is a problem with our province, that is that our grid is very dirty. It's 45% coal, and they're cleaning up very slowly with very small solar projects and small wind projects. My thinking is that a lot of these companies who want to buy minerals and build batteries want them clean. Why do it with a dirty grid? So our province, in being backwards and trying to cling onto fossil fuels, a jurisdiction there's many of around the world, including the United States, in parts of the United States that you're not going to be competitive. Why would we go to A, the dirty one that has a larger carbon footprint for a battery that we make in your place, then B, that has a clean grid, and 80% of the Canadian electrical grid is clean because of all the hydro, especially in Quebec and BC. Right? Yeah. So I think it's a competitive disadvantage for us to drag our feet and few people talk about that stuff. It makes me mad. Yeah. And if you're sourcing minerals for batteries and you have a choice between a place that can source them more cleanly, you're obviously going to go for the more clean source. And speaking of our province, which I vow that I'm going to do less of because nobody knows what we are, our power utility, South Power, which is a government owned utility, has identified two places to put small modular nuclear reactors. Now, small modular nuclear reactors is something that you claim to study if you want to put off fighting climate change. You claim that now we can only use these technologies and they're not ready yet. So they'll decide on this in 2029. But right now to warm us up and claim that they're doing something so they can continue mining fossil fuels and grease up their buddies on the golf course. Estevan and Elbow, there's two predominant winds where we live in our city, and it's both downwind from those two places. For what it's worth, I'm just putting it out there. Radiation travels, Brian. And I just want to point out that there is a town in our province called Elbow. There's a town called Climax. Name me some weird Saskatchewan towns. Virginia rhymes with fun. As Mick Jagger once said, there's one called Kipling, which is the only town in the world named after Rudyard Kipling, the famous author of The Jungle Book. Oh, really? That's what he's named after? That's what they named him after. How does that happen? The town of Kipling? I don't know. I like this book. So we're going to name it Kipling? Yeah. There you go. That's the town where the paperclip story went. Yeah, the red paperclip story. Look it up if you want a boring story about the Internet. And Corbin Bernstein made a movie there, too. Why? Because it was famous for a day. It's a long story, but I don't know. I was once in a movie with Corbin Bernsen. We were eating services together. Yeah. Did you have any lines in that movie? I had lots of lines. I was quite nervous about the amount of lines I had. Like acting with carbon. Bernson no, but I was acting with someone else and I can't remember his name. I'm sick. Okay. I've got a bit of a fever. Yes, somebody famous. It was somebody famous. It is somebody famous. So probably know you know who Corbin Bernstein is. We have to stop making old man references. Brian it's just Murphy Brown and now all that was a TV show called La Law. Yeah. See, this is all going to be in the transcript and people are going to search this and they're going to be linked to us. This podcast talks about Ally Long, corbin Burns, corbin of your'listing if you looked up your own name because you're unemployed between shoots. Hello. What's? The podcast? Yeah. Ate a lot of that rice pudding. That's all I'm going to say. You went to town on it. Let's get on with some updates to surpass stories that I want to start with this because I have a clip about. We've talked a lot about Beyond Meat, the fake meat, and how it's going to clean up the world. And I'll tell you why later, because regular beef has a lot of carbon emissions, which I'll get to later. But in Arkansas, plant based company Beyond Meat COO. Was arrested for biting a man's nose. Well, of course he did give the guy a Slim Jim before he kills again. Apparently it was a road rage confrontation in a parking garage. And when police arrived, they found two males with bloody faces at the scenes, which Ramsay said, actually, it's beet juice. It tricks your brain. You're just thinking you're eating real nose. Yeah. So that has taken a dark turn. The view on meat story, brian well, I mean, how could you not make jokes about that? It writes itself. Because I mentioned it last week and it's kind of weird that I mentioned it last week. And then this happened in real life. I was talking about pipeline inspection planes and I happened to reference a 2013 fatality crash and it actually happened between the last week's show and this week's show, it actually happened right here in Saskatchewan. Like another crash? Another crash with two fatalities, two people on board. It was near Swift current. The federal agency, the transportation agency in Canada confirmed that a pipeline inspection flight crashed 11 km southwest of Sean of in Saskatchewan, the town of 1700 people, 350 km southwest of Virginia, where Brian and I are podcasting from. And that took off from South Korea on Sunday morning, headed to Esteban, which is about 400 drive away by car. I don't know how much that is in miles exactly. So nobody knows why, but that actually it's just weird that I would talk about it and then the freaking happened. Now I can't talk about anything. I don't want to talk about anything. Vladimir Putin died by apple choking. Why doesn't that happen? You heard it here first. Why doesn't that happen? Jeez. It's an unfortunate thing and I was really pumped last week to talk about Bloomberg opinion piece on how the supply chain for solar to reach in that zero world. What we determine, the amount of solar we need for a net zero world is already being built. Because I thought it was surprising and so did they. The people at Bloomberg think it was surprising and inspiring piece. So if you look at the current prices of volatile commodities, they say you won't understand the direction of investment, which is the important thing, is what people are investing in, where the action is, what's actually happening. People talk about, well, gas is up, so oil is good, solar is up, so that's bad because there's a big demand and supply chain shortages for different things in clean energy as well. But the direction of investment is insane. We talk about battery factories, gigafactories almost daily, maybe even daily. Such spending is a forecast made flesh. They write a bet on the direction of future demand, taking the physical form of property, plant and equipment. But anyway, I just thought it was interesting that solar as a whole generates like 20% of the time. So if you have the equivalent of a nuclear power plant, it's only actually going to be 20% if you look at the rating of those two things. But the nuclear power plant generates like 80, 90% capacity because they have downtime. So yeah, it's not an entire comparison like that, but 940 gigs of connected panels would be sufficient to supply about 5.8% of the world's current electricity demand and then another 5.8% every year. But this is what they're going to be manufacturing soon, is that 5.8% and that amount of gigawatts. But what I didn't mention was the equivalent of adding the generation of all the world's nuclear power plants every 20 months, which is incredible. In solar, I'm not talking about the maximum output, I'm talking about the actual output of 20% of the solar max. And keeping in mind, if you did have to double the number of nuclear power plants that exist in the world. It would take like, 20 years at least. Yeah, that's optimistic even. That's if we started today. Right. I mean, it's crazy. Yes. I was listening to the Energy media podcast from Mark and Hispan. They were talking about these kinds of issues and an important point that people aren't quite wrapping their brains around, because we're used to energy scarcity, and as we use up the oil reserves around the world, the price goes up because these things get harder to get and it gets more scarce and the prices go up. But the exact opposite thing is happening in clean energy. Abundance is every time we build a solar panel, we're creating more abundance, and so the price trends down and not up. And it's just something that people are just not used to. They're not used to it, and they just can't wrap their heads around it. I wanted to start this week with a bit of breaking news, if there is such a thing in the podcast world. By the way, I've never listened to a true crime podcast before. Have you? Yeah. Yes, a couple. Well, I listened to Cereal because it was in the news, because they exonerated the person or person that got released. So I listened to it and it's exactly the same as the Hulu show. The music is almost identical. It's almost like a ripoff of the actual theme of Cereal. They didn't even try not to exactly duplicate it. You're talking about only murders in the building. Only murders in the building, yeah, only murders in the building. They drew heavily from cereal. Yes. And the woman does sound exactly like Tina Fey, which is kind of like the replacement for Cereal, the big podcast. If I told you she was Tina Fey, you would believe me. You didn't know better. Right? It's just kind of hilarious. Anyway, today at an event hosted by The New York Times, al Gore claimed the World Bank president is a climate denier. Later, on the same stage, the World Bank president, David Malpass, was asked by The New York Times climate reporter David Gals if he believed in the scientific consensus that the man made burning of fossil fuels is rapidly and dangerously warming the planet. Here is the painful clip of that. I also want to give you one more chance to directly address former Vice President Gore's claim that he made on this stage that you were a climate denier. His words so very odd. I've never met him. He's not involved in the efforts that we're doing. He may present as a climate person. I don't know what impact that's having. Okay, let me just be as clear as I can. Do you accept the scientific consensus that the manmade burning of fossil fuels is rapidly and dangerously warming the planet? I don't know if everyone wants to comment on that. What we are doing is having impactful projects that reduce will you answer the question? We have a mission of a World Bank that's powerful. Will you answer the question? I don't even know. I'm not a scientist. What a douchebag, if I may say so. Yeah, well, I mean, he's not a scientist, but that's hardly I can't comment on it. I'm not a scientist. You're not a scientist. So we should erase all the episodes of our podcast because we're not scientists. I guess so. I'll get out the magnetizer for our younger listeners. Audio used to be recorded on magnetic tape, which you could erase with a magnet. What? That's crazy talk. I don't know what you're talking about. How do you erase audio with a magnet? Brian? You truly are not a scientist. I have a bulk tape eraser in this room. Well, it's a good thing you didn't turn it on with my magnetic head, because my head is mostly metal now. So yeah, I guess the answer to that is yes. The World Bank president is a climate change denier. This is a clean energy show with Brian Stockton and James Whittingham. GM is looking to football to capture a broad consumer base and bring all of its nearly 30 US dealerships on board to sell EVs for the Equinox. Chevy is banking on a 300 miles full charge as the pivot point for consumer appeal and for football's fascination with commercials to open the door so EV cynics might take a second look. And I was actually watching football on the weekend and saw these commercials and said, Dang, I want one of those. The GM estimated up to 300 miles range on full charge and a starting price around $30,000. It's everything you want in an electric SUV. Chevy equinox. EV. Finally, an EV for everyone. I mean, that's true. It is an EV for everyone. Yeah, because it is the form factor that people buy the most after trucks, I guess. It is a very popular size. You can't say it's small, you can't say it's expensive. EVs are too expensive because it's only 30 grand in the States. And they're telling you that in the commercial. That's 35 grand less than the model one. How many are they going to make and when is it for sale? It's for sale starting in a year. Production as any EV will ramp up slowly, perhaps faster than Tesla. Because they are a more established manufacturer. They know what they're doing. These are going to be made in Mexico. They say they have enough batteries for a while. For a long time, actually, for 30 grand, though it's hard to argue that it's half the car of the Tesla. Tesla's going to have to, once they do make these, and it'll be two years from now before they're up to full, let's face it. But once that happens, they're making the Blazer, they're making the Equinox, they're selling them at prices that people can afford. EV. Adoption acceptance has moved a bit further down the road. A year from now, Tesla is going to have to lower their prices. I mean, they're a bit high now. Oh, yeah, they're definitely high. But they still have a backlog of orders, so they don't have to lower prices anytime soon. But this is what we've been waiting for. This is all good news. I mean more available. This is what the world needs. And Hurt is going to buy a bunch of them. Yeah, this is sort of an addendum to that story. Hertz had previously ordered 100,000 teslas. That was supposed to be by the end of 2022. I'm not sure if they're on track for that, but they are now going to add 175,000 EVs from General Motors. This is from different brands of General Motors. So this would include Chevy, Buick, GMC, Cadillac Bright Drop, which I think are those vans? So this will take a while. But this will also impact you again, because if you want one of these yeah, I was thinking about Chevy Equinoxes. It could be that Hurts is in line in front of you. We're still going to have these supply and demand problems for a long time to come. We learned a bit about on a previous episode a few months back about how this works. Usually an automaker gives a huge discount to these types of rental car companies for buying huge volumes of cars. And then the point where it becomes profitable to resell it is actually very quick. It's under six months, sometimes three months. So they very quickly resell these cars because they got them at a price that makes a profit to sell them already because of the discount. Right. And then they always have new cars in stock to rent. Right. So they find the sweet spot where it's the most profitable and you're selling a practically brand new car that's three months old or whatever. Lots of kilometers, perhaps. Perhaps not depending on how it's used, but yeah. And then they make profit off it. Now. Tesla notoriously did not give one penny discount. Elon Musk said yes because they didn't need to and they couldn't make the cars any faster than they're making them. So why give a discount if you have too many orders to fill? Anyway another thing is fully charged is coming to Canada. If you don't know, this is primarily a YouTube channel hosted by Robert Lueellan. Probably the premiere clean energy and electric car channel on YouTube. Fully charged. And they've done live events in the UK. Before. And they've done two live events in the US. In Austin, Texas. And then the most recent one was San Diego, which just finished. I'd kind of been hoping that you and I might get down there for that one. But we didn't. But now it's coming to Canada a year from now, in 2023, the fully charged live show So I thought that was a super fun announcement. They cited several reasons for coming to Canada. I think the main one, though, is that BC Hydro, the electric utility, seemed to have offered them a large sponsorship. So they seem to be the primary entity that's inviting Fully Charged to come and do this live show in BC. So BC Hydro, the province of British Columbia, 98%, clean grid, mostly from hydroelectricity. And so they're very interested in clean energy. And they, I guess, are fans of the Fully Charged channel. So they decided to invite them to Vancouver. So this is September 2023, and if anyone from Fully Charged his listing, please invite James and I to come. We'd love to come. I think we should get our fans to lobby for us to be there. Yes. So, yeah, send emails. Both knock on Robert Lola's door if you know where he lives. Three in the morning, you want to make sure you got his attention. So don't do it during daylight hours. Yeah. Sorry, Robert. So, yeah, I think that's going to be a lot of fun. So this is kind of a large sort of trade show and gathering of clean energy enthusiasts and electric car enthusiasts. So there'll be lots of panels and discussions and places where you can go and look at electric cars and presumably, like home heating stuff. They're very big on heat pumps in British Columbia. They're somewhat milder climate for Canada. So heat pumps makes perfect sense for British Columbia. And BC Hydro has sort of subsidies and programs to help people buy heat pumps. So, yeah, I think that's going to be a lot of fun. So you anticipate us being there, don't you? Yeah, I think we should totally go. Well, I'm going to have to start a go. Fund me then, like right now. Well, I can drive you in the Tesla. I can pay for the charging. That'll be the place where I get covert. But if I got covert somewhere you got covert at a conference. Yeah. So maybe I would too. Well, this will be at the Vancouver Convention Center, which is a big, nice open area kind of place. We should also say that it's Canada in the Pacific Northwest, that they're kind of making it kind of for the whole region up there because it is a long way to go down to San Diego and Austin for us. Yes. But this is very close to Seattle is the American city just across the border. So this is definitely the Seattle Vancouver area. And I think that's going to be great. You can buy tickets now. They're about $75 for the weekend for the three day thing. You can also get sponsorships and you could sponsor the event. You can set up a stand there as well. So we should do that, I don't know, just a tiny little 1 m² booth. We have a little table and we can sell podcasts on cassette tapes or something. Sure, get your podcast. Here, 50 USB drives or something. Okay. And sticking to EV news for a second here, ford is looking to change up their dealer model going forward under EV. So they're trying to split their business into kind of three sections at Ford. And Model E is going to be the electric division. Then there's going to be Ford Pro that handles commercial vehicles, and Ford Blue Oval, which will be their legacy internal combustion thing. But anyway, so they're trying to revamp the model for their dealerships. They want to keep the dealerships, but they need to change things up in order to be competitive in the 21st century. So it's going to go to more of a direct selling model, like with Tesla. And so the dealers are going to have to choose, much like General Motors is doing this as well. You got to choose to be into the program with Model E, and it will cost the dealer some money to kind of set themselves up for that. But it seems like a good strategy. There needs to be a rethinking of the dealership model, especially if you're trying to compete in the new world of EVs. But also, nobody really likes haggling for prices at dealerships. It's the worst thing in the world. So this would set a set price for their cars going forward. Everybody pays the same price. Haggling at a dealership is the worst thing in the world. It is for everyone because we have one Toyota dealership here, so I couldn't walk elsewhere. I'd have to go quite a ways, actually. I'd have to go hours away. Well, 1 hour away. But that dealership was owned by the same company. But with Chevy, there's one on every street corner. There's a Chevy dealership in every 200 person town, pretty much. And it's weird how it sort of developed this way because we are not a haggling culture. Like, we don't typically haggle for prices in Canada. You just walk into a store and you pay the price. It's a common thing in other places sometimes to haggle, but for some reason, it's only cars, and it's an expensive thing. So if you do it badly, it costs you a lot of money. Yeah. And culturally in North America, the man of the household goes and does the dirty deed and then brags to his friends. Right? Yeah. And if you don't, then you're not a man. You're a terrible human being. A failure. Yeah. I hated it. I did enjoy the experience of buying a Tesla online, which you do online. You put the deposit down with the credit card. I will say there was more human interaction than I expected, because when you're exchanging a large amount of money like that, you still need to talk to a human. So I had to talk to the Tesla place in Calgary, which was the closest at the time. And then we had to do a wire transfer for the final payment for the car, which was kind of nerve racking because it's a large amount of money. And somebody at the bank said this is really important that you get every digit right or anything. Like your money could just go off into the ether, I think a lot of money. I spent ten grand to Montreal for my leaf. I felt that experience and I was like I didn't hear back. I was like, yeah. And then the bank people spent an hour and a half walking in the back room trying to complete it. And the manager came out, the janitor came in and was offering his two bits and it was like tense. It was terrible. And then ultimately the other thing this is weird about this, and I know this through just sort of online banking transfers and stuff, for some reason these take a couple of days. Even though it's electronic, it takes a couple of days. So I had to send a screenshot of the wire transfer to the Tesla people in Calgary because they wanted to release the car. Like they had a truck leaving to deliver it. And they're like, we got to release the car, so send us a screenshot to prove that you sent the wire transfer because they hadn't gotten it yet and they had to send the car. I mean, they didn't have to, but they sent the car on its way before they actually got the money. I wouldn't even think it would haggle me, I don't think, if I didn't read online that the average haggle price down for this particular model in your region is this much money. One $700. And I thought to leave $1700 table. Who am I? And there's more resources now on the internet for us for that kind of information. But it doesn't really make it easier. It just makes it more because now you feel the pressure. You know what you have to do. And they know that, you know you have to do it anyway. San Rafael, California based ojo. This is a company that makes solar mounting hardware for solar farms. They have a new way to mount solar panels. And the reason why I mentioned this is because we always talk about the reduction of costs and the efficiency increases of the panels themselves. Well, there's other stuff involved. There's hardware. And if you can get that down in price over and you're putting on literally millions of panels and then you reduce the cost of the things that hold those panels up, that's a lot of money. So they're talking about using 50% less steel and labor, because labor is an issue too here, than the conventional pile system, which is what we saw at the solar farm here. So the Earth trash combines it's patented hardware with a drilling machine. They have their own drilling machine, specialized drilling machine. And basically they have two piles that go in and form a a shape. And at the top of that, a shape mounts onto the pivot of the solar array that holds up panels, and neither tilts or is steady, so it's just 50% less steel. They're always coming up with new things to bring down those costs. And when you bring them down, then the cost of solar electricity, period, becomes less. Yeah, it's crazy. And they're doing that. They're also improving panels, too. So that's happening. Yeah. All those efficiencies in whatever business make a huge like, I'm staring at a box of Apple MacBook Pro boxes that I've bought over the years. And even though the laptops often get bigger, the packaging gets smaller. And it's because, like, every millimeter that they can decrease the size of the boxes the more they save money. First of all, people want less packaging, but the smaller the package, the more you can put in a truck or on a ship. Every little bit counts. All right, coming up with the show so Lady Randall breeze through the latest of the week's clean energy Headline news, and we have some feedback this week. Let's dip into the mail bag. It says, Hi, I'm a big fan from Denmark, embracing green energy, driving to Tesla. They have solar panels on the roof and an air to air heat pump to keep the house warm. So going all electric. I enjoy listening to your program. I think it is great what you do to enlighten people on the progress on clean energy and also in a fun way. Thanks a lot. He says, thank you, God. It always boosts our wind in ourselves when we hear nice letters like that. And he says, I just wanted to share with you how far we are here in Denmark and Europe. The electricity prices are going up and down like crazy. Here in Europe, the price varies from hour to hour, but the price is determined by the most expensive source, which is usually gas and coal. Interesting. I won't read you the whole letter, but I'll read you parts of it. Many homes have variable price contracts with their provider, which you could choose freely. You can even choose Swedish nuclear if you want. And in Denmark, we have no nuclear power, but a lot of wind turbines that produce around 45% of our electricity on average. And on windy days like today, when he was writing this letter, it was 120% was coming from wind. So that means that they exported their energy to the neighbors, and the price goes down. And sometimes it's negative. Already we're seeing negative prices. I can't get over that. So green energy is the only source that can bring the price down in this crazy time. And he has some other information and some things that he has done. He's got a 6.6 kilowatt peak power solar system with a 6.5 kilowatt hour battery, able to charge the battery at night when the power is really cheap and use it in the morning, sell it back to the grid. Yada, yadda, yadda. You know how it goes. So the battery can also be used in the winter where there is little sunshine in denmark is as far north as La. Lash is in Saskatchewan. And what a great guy for looking up our local town to give us an idea where Denmark is. That's very sweet. And Lash is quite a bit farther north from where we are. Yes, hours and hours and hours. So we live on a massive everything in Canada is massive. Ontario is like I think it's the size of some planets it takes days to cross. But Saskatchewan is very tall and most of us have never been anywhere near the top third, let alone it's just insanely big and becomes wilderness up there as well. So the future is here now, and I think the future looks bright for clean energy. And thanks again for a great show. Best regards from Sven the Green Viking in Denmark. Yes, and then there was a link to a website where you can look at a graphic that kind of shows you where the energy is being generated there in northern Europe and Scandinavia and which direction the power is going. Sometimes it's going from Norway to Sweden and sometimes from Sweden to Norway and Denmark and so forth. So, yeah, I thought that was really interesting. So. Thanks, Ben. We got another note from someone who said that my son's university profit, like my son Jameson, my son, he said there's not enough lithium in the world. I was mentioning in the show last week, and he gave us a link to a YouTube video. But it's just some dude. You can't rely on everything from some dude. I know it's true, but maybe that's not the best link. Yeah, so we love to hear from you, as you could tell, especially when you send us praise. Contact us at cleanenergyshow@gmail.com on Twitter or TikTok or Handle as Clean Energy Pod. Don't forget to check out our YouTube channel for visualizations of this podcast and other things and special features. And Brian, it's time for the world famous Lightning round. It's time for the Lighting Round, a fast paced look at the weekend clean energy news. General Motors said on Tuesday it is backing Aestablishing tougher federal emissions standards to help ensure at least 50% of new vehicles sold by 2030 or zero emission. Now, you'll recall that the Cafe standards that California and other states set before were opposed by some car companies. Yeah, and Toyota was one of them. Just got to mention that. But now General Motors, who are all in an EVs, say, bring it on, hell, speed it up. And you know why? Because their competition in Japan are going to be screwed. Yeah, they're ahead of Japan. Way ahead of Japan. And then arguably ahead of a lot of people who are not Tesla or Rivian or other people who are fully EV, the founder and owner of the outdoor apparel brand Patagonia Yvonned, we'll call him yvonne has given his US $3 billion company away to especially design trust, ensuring all profits in perpetuity are used to fight climate change and preserve wild spaces, which is unusual. He gave his whole company worth $3 billion. That's amazing. Powerful statement from Antonio Guters yesterday at the UN general assembly. He is calling on nations to tax fossil fuel companies. It's high time to put fossil fuel producers, investors and enablers on notice. Polluters must pay. And today I'm calling on all developed economies to tax the windfall profits of fossil fuel companies. Those funds should be redirected in two ways. Two countries suffering loss and damage caused by the climate crisis, and to people struggling with rising food and energy prices. I hope people do that. I hope developed countries do do that, because I've had it with fossil fuel companies. Yeah. And as we know, wealthy countries tend to do better in these sorts of things. And the poorer countries are the ones that are getting the short end of the stick. As usual, it's time for a clean energy. So fast fact beef has the worst average kilograms of Co 2 food at nearly 100. That is to say 1 beef. That seems insane. Can you guess? Brian Stockton, what major food group that James loves comes in second in terms of CO2 for us in terms of CO2, and I won't tease you any longer, it's dark chocolate, which is what at half? Oh, no. Can we not have good things? Oh, man. Do we have to stop eating dark chocolate? I love dark chocolate. No one's talking about stop eating to eat dark chocolate, but we're talking about stopping eating beef. We eat a lot more beef and kilograms of dark chocolate, except for possibly meat. For every kilogram of beef, there's a kilogram of dark chocolate in meat. That's basically the two things I eat. A little bit of beef, a little bit of dark chocolate. Washing it down from Auris Technica. We talked about gas stoves releasing hazardous air pollutants before while they're operating, but even while they're turned off, according to a new study, some of these leaks can go undetected. And although gas distributors adding odorant to the natural gas to ensure that people smell the leaks before there's an explosion risk the smell may not be strong enough for residents to know. Smell leaks. Some people have a much stronger sense of smell than others. My daughter was telling me this the other day and I thought she was crazy. No, they're super smellers. There are people with insanely sensitive noses, and you have to think the guy at the supermarket who smells with terrible bo is one of these people who can't smell. Like, what happens with those people? They just get used to it or what? Yeah, but people have different senses of smells. I just want to know if my deal isn't working, if you people would tell me. I hope you would. In particular, those who have lost their sense of smell, whether from culvert or other causes, may not smell large leaks. Even so, one study found that 5% of homes had leaks. That's terrible. Do you still have natural gas in your stove? I do the cooktop, but I've been shopping around for induction cooktops and hope to put one in soon. And they'll probably put it in during the podcast. Yes, I've been hearing drills and saws I don't know. Hopefully it doesn't make the microphone here. I think I color up the podcast. Wonderfully. Add some texture to it. Beyond my illness. This week, the same study showed that leaking natural gas contain multiple hazardous air pollutants, including benzene and cancer causing agents. So boo to that. From clean technica Pan African resources. Ten megawatt solar plant in South Africa saves $170,000 a month on the gold mines electric bill. That takes about five years to pay off, but after that brian, it's gravy. Gravy. It's like having a gold mine. Totally. I'm laughing at myself. Uber has announced its Comfort Electric program is expanding to Canada and rolling out to more cities in the United States. The Comfort Electric program launched back in May, allowing customers to specifically request a ride in an electric vehicle, like a Tesla Poll Star, Ford Mustang mocky. What do you think of that? Yeah, that's interesting. And I don't normally take Uber because I have a car, but when I had my back problem, I needed to take it to an appointment I had. So I took an Uber. And you could choose an eco. Uber was one of the options, so I thought I better try that. And gives me something to talk about on the podcast. So the car that came and got me, it must have been like a Corolla hybrid or something. I was hoping for a Tesla, but now it seemed like a normal Corolla. But I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and assume it was. It was a four cylinder, which qualifies as a new car around here. But then on the way home from the appointment, I thought, well, I'm in a hurry. I'll just pick whatever. And I got picked up by the largest SUV I have ever seen in my life. Is that right? Why use that as an Uber? Why? It seems an odd choice to use as an Uber vehicle. Oh, my God. Especially nowadays. Yeah. From wind power monthly. Update your subscription, people. NorDx boosts a six megawatt onshore wind turbine rotor, and it's going to be 175 meters off the ground. That is taller than the Washington Monument. This is almost half that, and it is onshore. Interesting. Oh, it's time for another CES fast fact. How many of the giant GE Halead X offshore wind turbines, which I just mentioned, which are 14 MW, would you need to power all of Great Britain? Brian? 60 00 60 00 60 00 to power all of Great Britain? Did I say the US? At first? I don't remember. Check the tape. Don't listen to the show. Get the magnetizer out. Erase the tape. These old men on this podcast we're talking about magnetizers. Ram promises electric pickup lineup that will challenge Ford and Rivian in range and beyond. So, finally, Ram is the last people you're wondering what's coming. There we are. It's all coming. Bring it on. Dimeler has unveiled their long range transport truck. This is a semi for the highway. Has a 600 kilowatt hour battery and a 500 kilowatt meter range. There's about 300 miles. We use LFP batteries, which is the cheaper batteries, less energy dense, resulting in shorter range for the same weight. But Mercedes says it is gaining in longevity because the company says it expects the vehicle to last for ten years, which is a lot for a semi truck and 1.2 million. Then you can probably just put a new battery because the other components are probably in pretty good shape, I'm guessing. Yeah, I'd be a little surprised if LFP batteries are kind of energy dense enough to work for a semi, because a semi has also got to carry a big load. So if the batteries are too heavy, it kind of takes away from your payload. But obviously they think it'll work. Oh, look at this. A bonus. CES fast fact. Brian, the boldest solar park in India is the largest solar farm in the world, about $1 billion per gigawatt. That's a nuclear reactor is about a gigawatt, right? Okay. So it produces 2.5 gigawatts of power, or about 2.25 nuclear reactors. Given solar is 20% of its peak overall PowerPoint, that means about $5 billion per equivalent nuclear reactor without any storage considerations. So you wonder what it's just another case of what the cost of solar is. Nuclear is without storage, and it's about $5 billion per reactor right now, but that's getting cheaper, and we expect that it's going to half in the 2030s. So that's incredible. And from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, we have not cited them as a source before. California is planning legislation to allow human composting starting in 2027, californians will be able to choose human composting as an alternative burial option. Great. Oh, sure, you clap now, but it's one more recyclable to keep track of. I know eggshells and coffee grounds are okay, but what about Uncle Rick? Is he compost or disposal? The first state to allow human composting was Washington in 2019. Other states that have legalized the practice include Oregon, Colorado and Vermont. It is a problem because we cremate a lot of bodies and we probably don't need all those carbon emissions. And finally, this week, tesla loses its infamous most shorted stock title to Apple. Your thoughts? Brian Stockton wow, that's a man. I had not heard that. I mean, Apple is probably a bad choice to short as well. I don't know why people would short Apple. These are two things that you love, tesla and Apple. Yeah, you just cited all the Apple boxes you have, and they're not for apples, they're for MacBook. Yeah, no, it's true. Certainly the growth days of Apple are behind them. So they're maybe not the powerhouse stock that they once were, but they seem on very solid ground. So shorting Apple is probably a bad idea, just like shorting Tesla is a bad idea. Well, that is our show for this week. We'd love to hear from you again. Our contact email address is cleanenergy show@gmail.com. Pick up your pen right now. Send us a message because we love to hear from you. Clean energy bot on Twitter and TikTok YouTube channel. ... So if you're new to the show or to subscribe on your podcast app to get new episodes delivered every week, reading review when possible, and we'll see you next week. Yeah, see you next week.

Everyday Driver Car Debate
737: Car Height In Hands, Posing At A Distance, Cars & Coffee Mode

Everyday Driver Car Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:00 Very Popular


For Topic Tuesday, the guys deliberate if a lower-powered car is ultimately more interesting to drive while simultaneously examining releases of the 7th-generation Ford Mustang and the Ferrari thoroughbred, known as the Purosangue. The debate comes from Dohnn B. in Oregon, who wonders if a naturally-aspirated V12 is what's next for he and his family. Social media questions ask if there should be an industry standard on lead time for concepts vs. new cars, what should you drive to the local C&C, and are “sound-producing” devices acceptable on any car? Seasons 1-11 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at everydaydrivertv@gmail.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!

Shift and Steer
Episode #357: BIG "F" Word Show Ford Mustang Ford F150 Ford Retro

Shift and Steer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 57:33


This week, the guys kick the show off with another 'Win Brads' Stuff" update, Brad's ready to talk about the biggest news on the planet, Chevrolet's big announcement, and the new Ford Mustangs. Plus, they discuss the current danger of 'street takeovers' across the nation.

Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 19:56 Very Popular


Kendra Scott jewelry is now worth billions because she focused on college football — Alabama earrings, not New York necklaces. You can blame 1 company for the latest stock drop: FedEx. And Ford's newest Mustang reveals a dirty secret about the car industry…we call it the Dealership Tax. $F $FDX Follow The Best One Yet on Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok: @tboypod And now watch us on Youtube Want a Shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form Got the Best Fact Yet? We got a form for that too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast
The Perfect Garage, Jonathan Campagna Tells All

Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 59:57


Ford Mustang community, welcome back to episode 111 and welcome back to our guest Jonathan Campagna. He's been on the show sharing his mechanical wisdom, his acumen, and enthusiasm as a Classic Mustang owner, and today he's back to talk about outfitting the best garage set-up. Now be forewarned, what is best for Jonathan is definitely different than what is best for me but might match perfectly well with what is best for YOU. Let's talk, welcome back to Ford Mustang The Early Years PodcastLinks:Jonathan's YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/jcamp2112Autotempesthttps://www.autotempest.com/Vintage Mustang 6 Forum Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/226043101473552Cover art credit: https://www.instagram.com/nolemons.ae/Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairHave an idea for a guest for the show? Reach out to me directly:doug@turnkeypodcast.comKeep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler

NINETYONEOCTANE: The Podcast
#232 - Ford's Dark Horse is Better than it Sounds and The Ashes of the Mazda Furai!

NINETYONEOCTANE: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 79:48


Headlines are dominated by the recent Ford Mustang launch. Jon asks Randy if the Nissan Z or the Ford Mustang is the 5 year better buy. Lastly, Jon profiles the Mazda Furai - a car that burned down on Top Gear.

Wheel Bearings
Getting Buzzed

Wheel Bearings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 Very Popular


Over the past week we’ve had an assortment of travel and gigs but we’re back in the saddle with fresh material. Now that the embargo has lifted, Robbie can finally share his thoughts on driving the VW ID Buzz, while Nicole had the new Kia Sportage. Before heading out to San Francisco, Sam had the… Read More »Getting Buzzed

Hooniverse
So there's a new Mustang...

Hooniverse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 50:38 Very Popular


Ron and Jeff talk about: the 2024 Ford Mustang the Ford Bronco Raptor Ron's Porsche project which is almost done Jeff's Montero and Jaguar highs and lows Then they get to your Twitter and Instagram questions --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hooniverse/support

Daily Tech News Show
The New Ford Mustang is Unreal! - DTNS 4356

Daily Tech News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:44 Very Popular


Ford's 2024 gasoline powered Mustang is getting an EV influenced interior including a handbrake that looks suspiciously like a joystick. Why an incomplete Internet of Things “Matter” on launch is still good. And what is “Customers Ask Alexa” and should Alexa users embrace it?Starring Tom Merritt, Tim Stevens, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Total Car Score
S3-E55 - Joe Biden ruined the Detroit Auto Show Media Day ... the 2024 Ford Mustang saved it!

Total Car Score

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 16:55


In this episode we are at the Detroit Auto Show, where a visit from President Joe Biden to promote electric cars kicked out all the media from the show floor. Fortunately, Ford saved the day with the Global Debut of the 7th. generation Mustang with a 5.0L V8 and manual transmission.

Daily Tech News Show (Video)
The New Ford Mustang is Unreal! – DTNS 4356

Daily Tech News Show (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Ford’s 2024 gasoline powered Mustang is getting an EV influenced interior including a handbrake that looks suspiciously like a joystick. Why an incomplete Internet of Things “Matter” on launch is still good. And what is “Customers Ask Alexa” and should Alexa users embrace it? Starring Tom Merritt, Tim Stevens, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos MP3 Download Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org Follow us on Twitter Instgram YouTube and Twitch Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. Subscribe through Apple Podcasts. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or to give as little as 10 cents a day on Patreon, Thank you! Become a Patron! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods Jack_Shid and KAPT_Kipper on the subreddit Send to email to feedback@dailytechnewsshow.com Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!

Motor1.com U.S.
S2 Ep89: 2024 Ford Mustang, 2023 Ferrari Purosangue, 2022 Detroit Auto Show

Motor1.com U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 84:43


The seventh-generation Ford Mustang is revealed, including a Mustang Dark Horse model. The Ferrari Purosange debuted, but with a 715-horsepower V12 and rear-biased weight distribution, it's unlike any other super SUV. Several special editions debuted for the 2022 Detroit Auto Show, including a new Chrysler 300C and a pair of Jeeps. We also cover the updated Lincoln Corsair, the Dodge Charger King Daytona, and the Pagani Utopia hypercar.

Unnamed Automotive Podcast
Episode 286: 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V, 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport, 2024 Ford Mustang, Datsun Track Update

Unnamed Automotive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 53:23


Big things is the subtitle for episode 286, as Benjamin and Sami drive and dive into a pair of new SUVs on the road. First up Benjamin discusses the 2023 Cadillac Escalade V, a large barge of a truck with nearly 50 percent more supercharged power than the normal Escalade. He describes what its like to wield that much force when you're piloting such an enormous vehicle. As usual, there are a more than a few tangents about related vehicles and the latest updates to GM's Super Cruise feature. Then Sami returns from Spain where he drove the new 2023 Range Rover Sport, including its impressive (to him) PHEV model. Sami answers the ever-important question of "Whats the deal with the Range Rover Sport anyways?" by telling you about its price, seat configuration and other products at Jaguar-Land Rover, before getting distracted by a LIGHTNING ROUND of Detroit Auto Show news. That's the fun of this week's episode, so be sure to subsribe, drop us a line on social media, or send us a tip through Ko-Fi!

P&L With Paul Sweeney and Lisa Abramowicz
Retail Sales, AI Investing, EVs, And Adobe (Podcast)

P&L With Paul Sweeney and Lisa Abramowicz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:02


Anjee Solanki, National Director of Retail, US at Colliers (NASDAQ: CIGI), joins the show to discuss August retail sales, consumer strength, and inflation. Brent Schutte, Chief Investment Strategist at Northwestern Mutual, gives his market outlook after difficult August inflation data. Francis Oh, Qraft Technologies APAC CE, joins the show to talk about quant investing and advancing asset management through the use of artificial intelligence. Kevin Tynan, Analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, and Jim Owens, Ford Mustang Brand Manager, joins us to talk about EV developments and the Ford Mustang. Anurag Rana, Senior Software and IT Analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, joins the show to talk about some of his latest tech research on Oracle, Adobe, and cloud software. Hosted by Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.