German automobile manufacturer, now owned by Volkswagen AG
Die Autoindustrie ächzt, doch bei Porsche läuft es rund: Der Sportwagenhersteller aus Stuttgart hat noch nie zuvor mehr Autos verkauft. Das zeigt sich auch am Erfolg des vollelektrischen Taycan, das E-Auto schlägt inzwischen Porsches berühmte Klassiker.
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael and Steve are chatting about all thing Porsche. Well, it doesn't start off that way, but they eventually get there. Steve took his GT3 out for a drive to Akuna Bay in Sydney with Marco close behind in his 996 Turbo. They didn't enjoy the road, Steve explains why. Steve has seatbelt issues and Michael has messed up his Porsche DYI yet again. There is no way he can fit his new Lathewerks knob. Michael is now a fan of the GT3 pinstripe wheels – Steve is not having a bar of it. Main chat this week (inspired by Blair from this weeks owner stories) is about buying the car you want; the car you can enjoy the car you can experience to its fullest. In some ways it's your unicorn. It doesn't have to be a Carrera GT, 911R, Speedster or even a Carrera RS. Sometimes the Porsche unicorn is right there in front of you without even realising - ‘appreciate what you got' as Steve says. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast. Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. Become a PorscheCooled Exclusive member https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled Insta: @PorscheCooled @michael.bath @P997.1 The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your Podcasts.
TOPCIS: Horizontal Machining centers for 3 axis machines. Renishaw touch probes. Double vs single touch. Grimsmo thinking hard about buying a Datron Neo. Saunders is still dreaming about a Hermle RS1 pallet changing 5 axis machine. Porsche update from Saunders on his 944.
Show #1340 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Thursday 13th January. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to a new Patreon ProducerKEVIN WHITHAM VOLKSWAGEN DOUBLES DELIVERIES OF ALL-ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN 2021 - More than 369,000 electric vehicles (BEVs and PHEVs) delivered worldwide in 2021 - One in four vehicles delivered by Volkswagen in Germany is a BEV/PHEV - Demand remains high: order backlog in Europe at an all-time high including 95,000 orders for all-electric IDs - Last year, the company delivered more electric vehicles worldwide than ever before, handing over more than 369,000 electric cars (+73 percent versus 2020), including approximately 106,000 PHEVs (+33 percent) and 263,000 all-electric vehicles (+97 percent) to customers. Volkswagen thus doubled its BEV deliveries year-on-year. - The proportion of purely battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid vehicles nearly doubled to 7.5 percent of total deliveries (2020: 4 percent). In Europa, these vehicles now account for 19.3 percent of Volkswagen's deliveries (2020: 12.6 percent). Volkswagen recorded a significant increase in deliveries of electric vehicles particularly in the United States, China and Germany. In the company's home market, one in four Volkswagen vehicles was a plug-in vehicle. - A total of 77,100 BEVs (+437 percent) were delivered in China, including more than 70,000 from the ID. family, making Volkswagen one of the five biggest BEV providers in China. - 17,000 BEVs were sold in the United States - The ID.4 was the most frequently delivered of the 263,000 BEVs with 119,650 units sold, followed by the ID.3 (around 76,000), the e-up! (approximately 41,500) and just under 18,000 units of the ID.6, which Volkswagen offers exclusively in the Chinese market Original Source : https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/news/2022/01/Volkswagen_doubles_deliveries_of_all-electric_vehicles_in_2021.html VOLKSWAGEN GROUP BATTERY-ELECTRIC VEHICLES DOUBLED IN 2021 - 452,900 battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) handed over to cus-tomers (+96 percent vs. 2020), Group clearly the BEV market leader in Europe and num-ber two in the USA, BEV volume in China up more than fourfold at 92,700 units - These now account for 5.1 percent of total deliveries, up from 2.5 percent in the previous year. The Group is the European market leader for battery-electric vehicles by a large margin and achieved the second-largest share of the key US market with about 7.5 percent. - Sales of plug-in hybrids worldwide also rose significantly to 309,500 units - The Group's top-selling battery-electric models in 2021 were (in units): – Volkswagen ID.4 119,600 – Volkswagen ID.3 75,500 – Audi e-tron (incl. Sportback) 49,200 – ŠKODA Enyaq iV 44,700 – Volkswagen e-up! 41,400 – Porsche Taycan (incl. Turismo) 41,300 Original Source : https://www.volkswagenag.com/en/news/2022/01/volkswagen-group-on-course-for-new-auto.html FACELIFTED AUDI E-TRON COULD BE RENAMED THE Q8 E-TRON - Spy photographers have snapped the facelifted Audi E-Tron on multiple occasions, but the model could adopt a new name when it is introduced later this year. - According to Automobilwoche, the updated crossover will be known as the Q8 E-Tron. While the move remains unconfirmed, it makes a lot of sense as the E-Tron moniker has been something of an oddity as there's no number associated with it to tell customers its positioning. - it appears Audi decided to bring forward the introduction of the Q8 E-Tron moniker from 2026 to 2022. This also suggests the facelifted model will stick around for approximately four years, before the all-new Q8 E-Tron is introduced. Original Source : https://www.carscoops.com/2022/01/facelifted-audi-e-tron-could-be-renamed-the-q8-e-tron/ PORSCHE SPENDING $113 MILLION TO BUY OUT OF PROJECT ARTEMIS - Audi made big headlines awhile back, with its Project Artemis group of semi-autonomous cars. Part of that Project Artemis were cars like the Sky Sphere, a stunning open-top GT car, and the Grand Sphere, a luxurious four-door with a lounge-like cabin. All Artemis-based models will push autonomy to the forefront of their design objectives. - Porsche — despite being part of the VW Group and a usual partner with Audi in EVs — doesn't want any part of that. In fact, it's so against the idea of making heavily autonomous vehicles that it's actually paying its parent company to not be a part of Project Artemis. - According to this new report from Automotive News, Porsche is going to pay Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles 100 million euros ($113 million) to buy itself out of Project Artemis. - Instead, Porsche is going to build its own new flagship electric performance car, currently internally known as “K1”, which will be built on the PPE (Premium Platform Electric) platform. Original Source : https://www.quattrodaily.com/porsche-buy-out-project-artemis/ RIVIAN FILES TRADEMARK FOR ELECTRIC BIKES - Electric vehicle maker Rivian filed a new trademark for bicycles and electric bikes, as well as their corresponding structural parts. The move might signal that Rivian is considering getting on the e-bike demand train and diversifying its portfolio with a product that is cheaper to produce at scale than electric pickup trucks and in line with its targeted “adventure” seeking demographic. - Last year, Porsche launched two new e-bikes that were designed with the spirit of the Taycan Cross Turismo. BMW has also released plans to produce several e-bikes and other micromobility vehicles lately, as well, like its all-electric CE 04 scooter. Original Source : https://techcrunch.com/2022/01/10/rivian-files-trademark-for-electric-bikes/ HERE IS TESLA'S CCS2 CHARGE PORT ON A MODEL X IN TAIWAN - After seeing Tesla's new Model S with matrix LED headlights and revised taillight, we now have our very first look at the CCS2 charge port on a Model X refresh in Taiwan. We should see the CCS2 port on the Model S refresh, soon. - DDCAR shared some images on Facebook tonight (via @EndlessPlaid) and one of them is the new CCS2 charge port on the Model X. - The new charging door opens up at an angle, looking like one of the Falcon Wing doors on the Model X. As you can see, gone is the LED ring, and instead we have a lit-up Tesla logo as seen on a Model 3 and Model Y. Original Source : https://teslanorth.com/2022/01/10/here-is-teslas-ccs2-charge-port-on-a-model-x-in-taiwan-pic/ TESLA IS GETTING A NEW BATCH OF GIGA PRESS DELIVERIES IN GIGAFACTORY TEXAS - Recent drone flyovers at the Gigafactory Texas site have revealed that Tesla is currently receiving what appears to be a new batch of Giga Press parts. If the new shipments are for the Model Y's 6,000-ton die-casting machines, it would suggest that Giga Texas would soon have four of the house-sized contraptions. - With the arrival of what appears to be the fourth 6,000-ton Model Y Giga Press, all eyes are now on the Giga Texas complex for the first signs of IDRA's 8,000-ton Giga Press. The 8,000 ton Giga Press would be used for the Cybertruck's underbody, and it would truly be one of the largest of its kind in the market. Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-gigafactory-texas-new-giga-press-deliveries/ DMV 'REVISITING' ITS APPROACH TO REGULATING TESLA'S PUBLIC SELF-DRIVING TEST Original Source : https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2022-01-11/dmv-message-to-legislatures-ontesla-full-self-driving-safety-its-not-our-job TEEN HACKER FINDS BUG THAT LETS HIM CONTROL 25+ TESLAS REMOTELY Original Source : https://arstechnica.com/cars/2022/01/teen-hacker-finds-bug-that-lets-him-control-25-teslas-remotely/ STARTUP SAYS ITS SOLAR UPGRADE FOR TESLAS ADDS 60 MILES IN RANGE PER DAY Original Source : https://futurism.com/solar-upgrade-teslas RIMAC NEVERA PUTS IONITY ULTRA FAST CHARGER TO THE TEST: 333 KW Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/559860/rimac-nevera-ionity-charger-333kw/ ZEEKR IS GETTING READY FOR EU ENTRY Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/01/11/zeekr-is-getting-ready-for-eu-entry LUCID MOTORS PLANS TO BUILD EV FACTORY IN SAUDI Original Source : https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2022/1/12/bb-lucid-motors-plans-to-build-ev-factory-in-saudi-says-chairman PRICING AND SPECS REVEALED FOR MERCEDES' LONGER-RANGE EVITO Original Source : https://fleetworld.co.uk/pricing-and-specs-revealed-for-mercedes-longer-range-evito/ SWITCH TO EVS WILL COST TREASURY £5BN A YEAR IN LOST FUEL DUTY BY 2028 Original Source : https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/cars/article-10389511/Treasury-faces-5bn-fuel-duty-loss-electric-car-growth-report.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM The 4th anniversary of this podcast is next week on Tuesday 18th January. So this week it's a self-indulgent question, and I'll hope you forgive me for that. What would you like to see and hear from this show in 2022. What would you keep, and what would you change. What would you like to see new? Email me your answer now: email@example.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. 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Greg Stanley reviews thirty cars that are moving within the collector car marketplace. Greg reviews his 2021 Bull Market picks, 10 cars for 2022 and Hagerty's 2022 list. They have access to some incredible data so be sure to stay tuned until the end for those. Cars mentioned in this episode: 1966 Honda S600 Convertible 2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition 1999-2001 Porsche 911 Carrera 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT # 2 1985 Mercedes 300TD Wagon 1995 Lancia Delta Integrale 2004 Porsche Boxster S 550 Spyder 50th Anniversary Edition 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 1986 Mazda RX-7 Turbo 1986 Jaguar XJS V12 Coupe 1976 Porsche 912E 1973 Ferrari 246 GTS 1979 Ford Bronco 1989 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 1978 International (IHC) Scout II SSII 1966 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Early 2000s non-M BMW 1975 Toyota FJ40 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 1958 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari 2015 McLaren P1 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder 1983 – 1997 Land Rover Defender 1963 – 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL 1975 – 1993 Volvo 245 1992 – 1995 Porsche 968 1966 – 1967 Pontiac GTO 1985 – 1995 Suzuki Samurai 1979 – 1985 Mazda RX-7 1965 – 1970 Cadillac DeVille 2008 – 2012 Tesla Roadster Sport 1969 – 1974 Ferrari 246 Dino Please support our sponsors: RM Sotheby's, Hagerty, Metron Garage, Euro Classics and Pioneer Electronics. Follow The Collector Car Podcast: Website, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or communicate with Greg directly via Email. Support this channel by supporting us at Patreon. Join RM Sotheby's Car Specialist Consultant Greg Stanley as he applies over 25 years of insight and analytical experience to the collector car market. Greg interviews the experts, reviews market trends and even has some fun. Podcasts are posted every Thursday and available on Apple Podcast, GooglePlay, Spotify and wherever podcasts are found. See more at www.TheCollectorCarPodcast.com or contact Greg directly at Greg@TheCollectorCarPodcast.com. Are you looking to consign at one of RM Sotheby's auctions? Email Greg at GStanley@RMSothebys.com. Greg uses Hagerty Valuation Guide for sourcing automotive insights, trends and data points.
SEARCH PARTY SEASON 5 SERIES REVIEW Welcome to Search Party Season 5! This week's specials are Avocado Toast with Hot Baby hot sauce and a side of near-death experience induced Armageddon. Turns out Dory, Drew, Porsche, and Elliot are poised to pull the rug out on the whole of humanity with “enlightenment in a pill”,… Read More »Screener Squad: Search Party Season 5
Show #133 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Wednesday 12th January. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to a new Patreon ProducerJONATHAN AYRES MERCEDES PLANS TO BUILD NEXT-GEN EV POWERTRAINS IN-HOUSE - Mercedes-Benz plans to build the complete powertrain for its new MMA and MB.EA electric architectures entirely in-house starting in 2024, a top executive said. - Markus Schaefer, head of development at Mercedes parent Daimler, told Automotive News Europe sibling publication Automobilwoche. “To do this, we are significantly increasing the depth of added value and are also switching from third-party sourcing to in-house production. Until now, the electric powertrains have come from external partners. We want to control the overall system of electric motor, battery and power electronics as much as possible, similar to what is the case with the combustion engine" - This also includes the inverter, which transfers the energy from the battery to the engine. - Among them are ZF Friedrichshafen, which supplies powertrain modules for the EQC midsize SUV, and Valeo Siemens eAutomotive, which supplies motors for the EQS, Mercedes' luxury EV flagship. Mercedes has announced that it will build high-performance axial-flux electric motors developed with the British startup Yasa – which Daimler acquired -- in Berlin, and Schäfer said a second "kit," with radial electric motors for smaller vehicles will be built in Mercedes' Untertürkheim plant. In addition, battery cells developed in-house will soon be ready for use in Mercedes vehicles. Original Source: https://europe.autonews.com/automakers/mercedes-plans-build-next-gen-ev-powertrains-house TESLA'S SHANGHAI GIGAFACTORY DELIVERS OVER 480,000 VEHICLES IN 2021 - Deliveries at the Shanghai Gigafactory stood at 484,130 vehicles last year, an increase of 235 percent from 2020.Last year, over 160,000 of Tesla's made-in-China cars were exported to over 10 countries and regions in Europe and Asia. - The localization rate of spares reached 90 percent Original Source : http://www.china.org.cn/business/2022-01/12/content_77984467.htm KIA EV6 WHOLESALE SHIPMENTS ABOVE 5,600 IN DECEMBER 2021 - The most important new Kia model from the perspective of electrification - the Kia EV6 - continues its ramp-up at a rate of several thousand per month. In December, Kia reports 5,605 wholesale sales (closely related to production), which includes 1,495 units sold in South Korea, and 4,110 exported. - Cumulatively, the company produced almost 30,000 EV6, out of which about a third were sold in South Korea, and two-thirds were exported (mostly to Europe). - In 2021, the company sold over 87,000 electric cars: EV6: 19,052 - 11,023 (South Korea) and 8,029 (outside South Korea/Europe) Niro EV: 59,396 (outside South Korea) (up 69% year-over-year) Soul EV: 9,412 (outside South Korea) (up 69% year-over-year) Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/560120/kia-ev6-wholesale-december-2021/ POLESTAR HITS 2021 EV TARGETS - The company delivered on its global sales target of 29,000 vehicles in 2021, representing year-on-year growth exceeding 185%. - Polestar increased its global presence from 10 to 19 markets in 2021, with growth in Europe and Asia Pacific. In the first half of 2022, Polestar plans to add Spain, Portugal and Ireland to its European market footprint, and enter the Middle East with presence in the UAE, Kuwait and Israel. By the end of 2023, Polestar aims to be operating in at least 30 global markets. - Polestar's retail footprint more than doubled in 2021 to 100 locations globally and the company aims to have 150 in operation by the end of 2022. In addition to the openings of inner-city Polestar Spaces, the company debuted its new, larger, out-of-town Polestar Destinations. The first permanent Polestar Destination opened in December 2021, outside Gothenburg, Sweden. - Polestar also announced its plans to launch three new cars in the coming three years. Polestar 3, a premium electric performance SUV, is set to launch in 2022 and will be the first Polestar to be built in the US. Polestar 3 will benefit from advanced technologies from Luminar, Nvidia and Zenseact that will provide cutting-edge unsupervised autonomous driving functionality. · Original Source : https://media.polestar.com/global/en/media/pressreleases/644082 VOLKSWAGEN AIMS TO DOUBLE ELECTRIC CAR SALES IN CHINA THIS YEAR AFTER MISSING TARGETS - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) said it would likely double sales of its ID battery electric vehicles in China this year and aims to do even better but the automaker could be hamstrung by a shortage of semiconductors. - The German automaker sold 70,625 of its ID electric vehicles in China last year, missing its goal of selling 80,000 to 100,000 cars - While China's EV market is seeing very strong growth, most foreign automakers have lagged their Chinese counterparts in designing smart cars that appeal. Original Source : https://www.reuters.com/technology/volkswagen-says-it-sold-70625-id-electric-cars-china-2021-2022-01-11/ WHY RIVIAN'S COO DEPARTED DURING CRUCIAL LAUNCH PERIOD - Rivian Automotive Inc.'s COO stepped down last month while the EV maker was in the midst of its inaugural production rampup. - Rod Copes left the company after he had held the title since March 2020, according to his LinkedIn profile. - The fast-growing truckmaker, which in November completed the year's biggest initial public offering, has hit a rough stretch recently, saying in December that it would fall “a few hundred vehicles short” of its goal to build 1,200 units for the year - it produced 1,015 vehicles last year and delivered 920. Original Source : https://www.autonews.com/executives/why-rivians-coo-departed-during-crucial-launch-period PORSCHE EV MAKES WORLD RECORD CLIMB UP PIKES PEAK - The feat, documented in a video released by Porsche on January 11, covers the entire five-state, 1,400-mile journey into the record books for the greatest altitude change ever achieved by an electric car. - The driving team began its journey at the bottom of the Eagle Nickel and Copper Mine in Michigan, the lowest driveable point in the United States, and trekked across five states, ascending 15,889 feet and ending at the summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. - In total, it took 33 hours and 48 minutes - Dai Yoshihara, who was a 2020 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb class winner, managed to get the Taycan Cross Turismo across the line for the record. Original Source : https://interestingengineering.com/porsche-ev-breaks-world-record-for-three-mile-climb-up-pikes-peak MONTPELLIER FOREGOES HYDROGEN PROJECT FOR BATTERY-ELECTRIC BUSES, FOR NOW Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/01/11/montpellier-foregoes-hydrogen-project-for-battery-electric-buses-for-now/ STELLANTIS SAYS "BYE" TO DIESEL AS CITROËN, PEUGEOT, OPEL VANS GO EV-ONLY Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/01/10/stellantis-says-goodbye-to-ice-as-citroen-berlingo-peugeot-rifter-and-opel-combo-go-ev-only/ NEW ENTRY-LEVEL CITROEN E-C4 SENSE LAUNCHED PRICED FROM £28,495 Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/citroen/c4/357061/new-entry-level-citroen-e-c4-sense-launched-priced-ps28495 2022 VW ID.4 EV PRICE AND RANGE CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE US Original Source : https://www.slashgear.com/2022-vw-id-4-ev-price-and-range-changes-are-coming-to-the-us-11706623/ RECURRENT SHOWS EV PRICES SOARED IN 2021, BENEFITTING TESLA Original Source : https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/01/10/2364211/0/en/Recurrent-Shows-EV-Prices-Soared-in-2021-Benefitting-Tesla-the-Most.html DAKAR | AUDI'S ALL-ELECTRIC RS Q E-TRON FIRES INTO FIRST Original Source : https://www.news24.com/wheels/motorsport/dakar/dakar-audis-all-electric-rs-q-e-tron-fires-into-first-second-and-fourth-place-in-stage-8-20220110 FRANCE PLANS $1.1 BILLION TO SAFEGUARD METALS FOR EV BATTERIES Original Source : https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/france-plans-1-1-billion-to-safeguard-metals-for-ev-batteries-1.1705466 CALIFORNIA PROPOSES $6.1 BILLION ON ELECTRIC VEHICLE INITIATIVES Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/10/california-proposes-6point1-billion-in-new-incentives-for-electric-vehicles-.html OREGON DOUBLES ELECTRIC VEHICLE REBATES FOR LOWER-INCOME FAMILIES Original Source : https://www.opb.org/article/2022/01/10/oregon-doubles-electric-vehicle-rebates-for-lower-income-families/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM The 4th anniversary of this podcast is next week on Tuesday 18th January. So this week it's a self-indulgent question, and I'll hope you forgive me for that. What would you like to see and hear from this show in 2022. What would you keep, and what would you change. What would you like to see new? Email me your answer now: firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/
Victoria Thomas is the CFO & owner of Kelly-Moss Road and Race, a Porsche-centric brand specializing in custom Porsche builds, along with over 30 years of on-track success.In addition to managing the fiscal end of a team producing over 100 podiums and 4 National Championships in 2021, Victoria oversees the brand vision and marketing strategy for the company.2021 saw the launch of the KMR Online Racecar Driver Academy, a vision Victoria had during the pandemic to bring racing knowledge to anyone from the comforts of their own home. The most compressive online training in the industry, the Driver Academy has over 70 online lessons on racing so drivers can be laser-focused when they arrive on track, boasting a promise to save time, save money and increase on-track satisfaction.With a managerial accounting background, Victoria's focus has always been on healthy growth and Kelly-Moss has grown over 350% in her tenure. Victoria is passionate to increase awareness surrounding the opportunities for women in motorsports and thrilled to be in a position to bring more female drivers, engineers and technicians to the industry.Victoria's passion is infectious. Her desire to get more females hired in the industry is applauded. Enjoy the show.
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 65 of owner stories with Blair from Salt Lake City in the U.S. Blair doesn't quite remember exactly when he first started noticing or thinking about Porsche. Nonetheless, he does have two distinct memories. The first at 19 when he moved to Munich, he recalls the sound of the iconic Porsche Flat Six in the streets of the city's historic surroundings. The second is being in a car on the autobahn when an air-cooled 911and its distinctive whale tail went screaming past. Blair vividly remembers the sight and the sound of that car being ‘one of the coolest things he has ever seen.' An internship working for BMW in Munich crystallised his love for German cars including Porsche. Fast forward a few years and Blair decides the time was right to own the car he always wanted – the E46 BMW M3. After his first M3 Blair was tempted by 911s but decided that he wanted another M3. His second E46 M3 followed. As good as the M3 was it was a low mileage collectible car. Blair wanted a car he could drive and enjoy more. A car he wasn't scared to put miles on. After a friend let him drive his 718 Cayman S, Blair was blown away. So, a 2014 981 Cayman S became Blair's first Porsche. A car he really enjoyed but wanted more. Blair's second Porsche was a white 2016 GT4, a car he sold after six weeks. His next Porsche, a 981 GT4 in sapphire blue followed. Blair said if you are going to spend that type of money, you should really get the one you want. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast. Follow Blair on Instagram @bsautobahn Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.
In episode 21 Marc and Ajmal, now officially cohosting this podcast, discuss the results from EVO magazine's car of the year. Along with their 2 cents (pennies) worth about what cars why. Naturally they get distracted and end up on the merits or not of the GT4RS, amongst other cars not in the running. Ajmal continues his saga of Cheap Boxster Ownership, and updates us on his cars that continue to ingress water. Yes CarS, plural. Marc talks about some upgrades (sort of) to the interior and exhaust on his 356. Come along for the drive, and let them know what you all think. Have fun and drive safe.
e.103 Hard Parking host Jhae Pfenning speaks on show changes that were successful and unsuccessful as well as a big personal change in his life. Long time friend Dwayne Johnson joins to talk about his Porsche 993 and reminisce with Jhae about their car days back in Grand Rapids Michigan. The two also cover some car news regarding Tesla's recall of almost 500,000 vehicles. Connect with the show · Car Instagram / Show Instagram · Support us on Patreon · YouTube · Facebook · Twitter · Shop now at Teespring · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/support
Folge 58 Steffen Jahn fotografiert alles was schnell und schön ist - das führt Ihn zu den spannendsten Locations der Welt. Ob es elektrische SUVs in der Gobi Wüste sind, historische Formel-Fahrzeuge auf dem Nürburgring oder Hypercars im thailändischen Dschungel - egal ob Klapperschlangen oder Schneestürme - Steffen Jahn liefert die gewünschten Bilder. Seine Bilder haben weltweit Preise gewonnen und seine Klientenliste liest sich wie das Who is Who der Automobilbranche. Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ferrari and Audi - alle vertrauen auf Steffens Fähigkeit Bilder zu kreieren, die Eleganz, Atmosphäre und Charakter aus den leblosen Dingen zaubert. RAW PERFECTION ist ein Leitmotiv seiner Arbeit. Da seelenlose Perfektion langweilig und ohne Spannung ist, liebt Steffen es mit seinen geheimen Zutaten den Bildern Leben einzuhauchen. Steffen ist Mitglied beim BFF und der AoP. www.steffenjahn.com Das kleine Lieblingsprojekt. Lixlux. www.lixlux.de https://www.youtube.com/user/mospresso/videos https://www.facebook.com/steffen.jahn.927/ https://www.instagram.com/steffen.jahn/ https://www.instagram.com/steffen.jahnlixlux.de https://www.linkedin.com/in/steffenjahn/
Plum, c'est une plateforme créative dans le domaine du design d'intérieur, créée par Amandine Merle Julia et sa sœur Marion. C'est l'histoire d'une opportunité transformée en réussite. La plateforme est devenue la référence française de l'agencement d'intérieur et est en train de s'internationaliser après avoir fait une levée de 5 millions d'euros. Dans cet épisode Amandine nous explique ses débuts, ses apprentissages chez A.T. Kearney, la reprise d'HARTÔ au moment où son fondateur veut déposer le bilan, les raisons de son départ et les débuts de son succès avec Plum. Amandine est persuadée que si ça marche c'est parce qu'il faut offrir plus, il faut être une source d'inspiration pour ses prospects et clients en offrant du contenu de qualité et une organisation qui change. “Il faut mettre le paquet sur le contenu, être plus qu'un service, être une source d'inspiration pour devenir une référence.” Amandine fait partie de ces femmes avec une vision, qui n'a pas peur de changer les codes, de foncer là où il y a des opportunités et qui nous rebooste parce qu'elle nous fait comprendre qu'avec un peu de travail, tout est possible. “Être meilleur c'est pas si dur : il faut casser toute concurrence et être irréprochable.” On embrasse sa sœur Marion, son mari Nicolas et sa head of content Alexandra. La musique du générique vous plaît ? C'est à Morgan Prudhomme que je la dois ! Contactez-le sur : https://studio-module.com. Vous souhaitez sponsoriser Génération Do It Yourself ou nous proposer un partenariat ? Contactez mon label Orso Media via ce formulaire. TIMELINE : 00:01:10: Présentation d'Amandine et de Plum 00:27:08 : l'apprentissage de l'équilibre vie pro/vie perso 01:05:00 : Le départ de chez Hartô pour la création de Plum 01:26:10 : La valeur de Plum par rapport au reste du marché de l'agencement 01:50:00 : Collaboration entre soeurs et levée de 5 millions 02:18:25 : La suite de Plum pour 2022 On a cité avec Amandine Merle Julia plusieurs anciens épisodes de GDIY : #1 Simon Dawlat – Comment lever 10 millions et se faire blacklister par Apple #54 Alexandre Prot - de McKinsey à QONTO (en passant par les cigarettes électroniques) #74 Romain Raffard – Bergamotte – Quand ton e-commerce sent bon la réussite (et la fleur) #77 William Hauvette - Asphalte - le meilleur moyen de savoir ce que tes clients veulent, c'est de leur demander #108 Carole Juge – Joone – l'histoire de sa vie : comment se lancer à l'assaut du business des couches #122 Vincent Huguet – Malt – Comment faire travailler plus de 170.000 freelances ? #136 Maxime Legardez – Everoad – Entreprendre sans peur, travailler à fond, révolutionner un marché que tu ne connais pas #200 - Tristan Vyskoc - Dépasser ses limites, courir à s'en faire péter le cœur #206 - Nicolas Hennion - Libérez la bête - Développement personnel radical ou comment vivre sans contraintes #210 - David Gurlé - Symphony - Apprendre aux côtés de Bill Gates à son apogée, le succès fou et les apprentissages d'un entrepreneur méconnu #211 - Maxime Buhler - Pokawa - Construire une marque de food unique : 45 restaurants en 4 ans, les secrets d'une réussite fulgurante #228 - Nicolas Julia - Sorare - Le tsunami français du WEB 3.3 : créer, posséder et échanger du virtuel #229 - Frédéric Montagnon - Arianee - Le WEB3 pour se réapproprier Internet Amandine Merle Julia vous recommande de lire : Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity de David Allen The Great CEO within: The Tactical Guide To Company Building de Matt Mochary Avec Amandine Merle Julia, on a parlé de : Schmidt Mobalpa Hartô A.T. Kearney Méthode OKR Alexandre Mulliez Made.com CosaVostra Pierre François Dubois et Pauline Gilain StratumnBulthaup et Leicht Sarah LavoineAlexandra Jouen ReveillonLe panier, le podcast e-commerce de Laurent Kretz La photo de la Porsche 904 GTS Reels TikTok sur la chambre optimisée Kima Ventures Ocus NeedHelp David Favard Pinterest La présentation pré seed de Plum Vous pouvez contacter Amandine sur LinkedIn.
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael and Steve are back and reflect on 2021, As you will hear Steve is definitely excited by the new year. Michael reinforces that his 911 is not a daily driver, Steve says it's all about your mindset. Michael and Steve give their opinions on OPP (other people's podcasts). Steve reminds us that he ‘tends not to participate in society'. Moving along, if you have been here before you know the PorscheCooled Podcast is all about Porsche and it's a good one today. Michael, Steve, and Marco @m.porsche.g went for a Porsche drive; Steve's reflects on his love of convoy driving; Michael's rusty driving and feeling intimated by the Mezgers; Steve's GT3 exhaust dilemma; Michael and Steve's favourite gear in the twisties, the importance of 'Big Reds' and Porsche values talk with 'sell used buy new'. Plus, so much more. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast in 2022. Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. Become a PorscheCooled Exclusive member https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled Insta: @PorscheCooled @michael.bath @P997.1 The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your Podcasts.
Glen, the author of a fantastic book about Porsche's history at LeMans comes on to talk about growing up in South Africa, Writing, The Porsche Archives, hist interviews with legends, and Porsche's legacy at LeMans. Check out Glens book on Amazon here: https://tinyurl.com/2p92m2d8 And Join the Overcrest Drivers Club here: https://www.overcrestproductions.com/driversclub
Greg reviews all, yes ALL Porsche models by generation and identifies the most valuable one for each. Greg shares how the market has moved over the last 12 and 36 months. There are some shocking stats so be sure to listen to the end. Cars mentioned in this episode: 1953-1958 Porsche 550 1948-1965 Porsche 356 1970-1976 Porsche 914 1977-1982 & 1987-1988 Porsche 924 1978-1995 Porsche 928 1982-1991 Porsche 944 1992-1995 Porsche 968 1986-1988 Porsche 959 1997-2004 Porsche Boxster 2004-2007 Porsche Carrera GT 2014-2015 Porsche 918 1963-1973 Porsche 901/911 1973-1989 Porsche G-Series 1989-1994 Porsche 964 1994-1998 Porsche 993 1998-2004 Porsche 996 2004-2011 Porsche 997 Please support our sponsors: RM Sotheby's, Hagerty, Metron Garage, Euro Classics and Pioneer Electronics. Follow The Collector Car Podcast: Website, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or communicate with Greg directly via Email. Support this channel by supporting us at Patreon. Join RM Sotheby's Car Specialist Consultant Greg Stanley as he applies over 25 years of insight and analytical experience to the collector car market. Greg interviews the experts, reviews market trends and even has some fun. Podcasts are posted every Thursday and available on Apple Podcast, GooglePlay, Spotify and wherever podcasts are found. See more at www.TheCollectorCarPodcast.com or contact Greg directly at Greg@TheCollectorCarPodcast.com. Are you looking to consign at one of RM Sotheby's auctions? Email Greg at GStanley@RMSothebys.com. Greg uses Hagerty Valuation Guide for sourcing automotive insights, trends and data points.
Show #1332 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Thursday 6th January. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to a new Patreon Producer NETZ HOG. 2024 CHEVROLET SILVERADO EV MAKES WORLD DEBUT AT CES - Chevrolet has finally lifted the veils off its first all-electric pickup truck, the 2024 Silverado EV based on GM's Ultium EV platform. - Going head to head with the Ford F-150 Lightning, the Silverado EV has the major advantage of being built from the ground up as an electric vehicle—the Lightning uses a modified version of the ICE F-150 platform. - In the fall of 2023, Chevrolet will introduce the fully loaded Silverado EV RST First Edition model with a 400-mile range and an MSRP of $105,000 (plus destination and freight charges). - This model (as well as non-First Edition RST variants) will pack 664 horsepower and more than 780 lb-ft (1,056 Nm) of torque from an e4WD system with the available max power Wide Open Watts Mode, enabling 0-60 acceleration in under 4.5 seconds. - Customers splurging more than a hundred grand on the RST First Edition will also get goodies like four-wheel steering, Automatic Adaptive Air Suspension (raises or lowers up to 2 inches/50 mm), Multi-Flex Midgate that expands cargo capability while maintaining seating for a rear row passenger, and available Multi-Flex Tailgate with power release. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/558852/2024-chevrolet-silverado-ev-unveiled/ - Like Lightning, Silverado EV pricing starts at just under $40,000 before government tax breaks. Unlike Lightning, which uses a familiar F-150 ladder frame, the Silverado EV makes a clean break from its petrol-powered Silverado stablemate with an all-new platform based on GM's 800-volt Ultium battery skateboard and capable of fast, 350-kW charging. It's the same architecture that cradles the Hummer EV — GMC's first foray into the e-pickup space. - The retail strategy will initially target premium EV buyers who also have the coin for, say, a $105k Mercedes EQS EV. Pickups like the Silverado High Country have become prized by luxury items in recent years, though the RST EV will cost $40,000 more than a fully-loaded V8-powered High Country. - he high-voltage platform rivals the Porsche and Lucid Air luxury cars and can add 100 miles of range in 10 minutes at a fast charger. The Chevy's 400-mile range bests Lightning by 100 miles. - A flying buttress C-pillar — reminiscent of the 2013 Chevy Avalanche pickup — frames the 5' 11” bed that can be extended to 9 feet (10' 10” with the tailgate down) by dropping the Multi-Flex Midgate wall and window behind the rear, crew-cab passengers. It's not as radical looking as the angular Tesla Cybertruck, but it's distinct from traditional, boxy Silverados. The gate can be split 60/40 — or drop flat with storage for the removable window. The rear Multi-Flex Tailgate offers multi-functionality like walk-in steps or a work table. - The Silverado EV will be assembled alongside the Hummer EV at the Factory Zero Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center, the plant retooled with an EV-focused, $2.2 billion investment. Original Source : https://eu.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/general-motors/2022/01/05/chevy-silverado-ev-brings-400-mile-range-bed-extender/9091520002/ HOW DOES THE 2024 CHEVROLET SILVERADO EV COMPARE TO OTHER ELECTRIC PICKUPS? - Chevy then plans to fill in the middle of the Silverado EV lineup with additional variants including the RST and Trail Boss, with prices ranging from $50,000 to $80,000 “or more” depending on equipment. - As for other electric pickups, the Ford F-150 Lightning will be available as a standard-range work truck for roughly $40,000, with extended-range versions starting at around $50,000 (all before options). The Rivian R1T will be priced from the high $60,000 to low $70,000 range to start, but the price can quickly escalate with options. The GMC Hummer EV pickup available at launch will be priced at more than $112,000, with cheaper versions coming in later years. When the Cybertruck was revealed, Tesla said it would cost between $40,000 and $70,000 depending on configuration, but like all Tesla prices, those are subject to change. Original Source : https://news.pickuptrucks.com/2022/01/how-does-the-2024-chevrolet-silverado-ev-compare-to-other-electric-pickups.html - Chevrolet Silverado EV WT Fleet trim: •$39,900 starting price •510 hp, 615lb ft tq •Estimated 400 mile range •8,000 lb & eventual available 20,000 lb towing capability •1,200lb payload •350kw DC Fast charging speeds •V2V charging capability •Spring 2023 deliveries - Chevy Silverado EV RST -664 hp -0-60 4.5 secs -10k lb towing -1300lb payload ~400mi range -350kw DCFC speeds -V2V charging -Multiflex Mid-gate fold seats for bed access & length extends 10ft 10in -4 wheel steering -HUD -Adaptive air suspension w/ 2in of travel -Fall 2023 delivery GM SHOWS OFF-ROAD-ORIENTED 2024 CHEVROLET SILVERADO EV TRAIL BOSS - The Trail Boss was shown being driven quickly on a dirt track as well as tackling some seriously difficult terrain while GM CEO Mary Barra was delivering her keynote speech at CES 2022. GM later released a single photo showing it off in more detail. - We expect the Silverado EV Trail Boss to cost around $65,000 and it should be available along with other versions when the model is set to go into production next spring. · Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/559105/chevrolet-silverado-ev-trailboss-teased/ A $30,000 CHEVROLET EQUINOX EV SUV IS COMING - Forget the six-figure Silverado EV: the most exciting upcoming electric Chevrolet could be a far more attainable pair of SUVs. The automaker accompanied its electric pickup news at CES 2022 today with the confirmation that an Chevrolet Equinox EV SUV is coming, along with a larger Chevrolet Blazer EV SUV. - Both the Equinox EV SUV and the Blazer EV SUV will be arriving in the US in 2024, the former in the fall and the latter in the spring. - The Equinox EV SUV will be priced from around $30,000, Chevrolet says, plus destination and other fees, and before incentives. It'll be offered in both fleet and retail versions, too, including in LT and RS trims as Chevy showed off in its images today. As with the Silverado EV, Cadillac Lyriq, and GMC HUMMER EV, the Equinox EV will be based on GM's Ultium platform dedicated to electric vehicles. - What makes the news so important is just how strong a seller the existing Equinox is in Chevrolet's line-up, and among compact SUVs in general. It's the automaker's “second-highest selling brand nameplate” according to Steve Hill, Vice President at Chevrolet. Original Source : https://www.slashgear.com/a-30000-chevrolet-equinox-ev-suv-is-coming-05705746/ TESLA'S MODEL 3 WAS THE UK'S SECOND MOST POPULAR NEW CAR IN 2021 - A record 190,727 new battery electric cars were registered in the U.K. last year, according to figures released on Thursday, with Tesla's Model 3 the best-selling battery electric model. - The vehicle was the second most popular new car overall, according to Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, behind the Vauxhall Corsa. - In a release Thursday, the SMMT described 2021 as the “most successful year in history for electric vehicle uptake.” It said that more new battery electric vehicles had been registered in 2021 than over the five previous years combined. Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/06/teslas-model-3-was-the-uks-second-most-popular-new-car-in-2021.html SOLAR-TOPPED MERCEDES EQV ELECTRIC CAMPER VAN IGNITES E-RV MARKET Original Source : https://newatlas.com/automotive/mercedes-eqv-electric-camper-van/ TESLA IN AUSTIN, TEXAS: UPDATE ON GIGAFACTORY OPENING DATE Original Source : https://www.kvue.com/article/money/economy/boomtown-2040/tesla-austin-gigafactory-opening-paperwork/269-b74c872d-2f23-48d9-ba1d-88b799054b57 SVOLT PRESENTS NEW LFP BATTERY CELL Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2022/01/05/svolt-presents-new-lfp-battery-cell VOLVO, DAIMLER AND TRATON TO BUILD HIGH-POWER CHARGING NETWORK Original Source : https://chargedevs.com/newswire/volvo-daimler-and-traton-to-build-high-power-charging-network-for-commercial-evs-in-europe/ AMAZON MAKES A DEAL WITH STELLANTIS TO BUY ELECTRIC RAM PROMASTER Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/5/22868283/amazon-stellantis-ram-promaster-electric-van-software-delivery JIM ROWAN ANNOUNCED AS NEW CEO OF VOLVO CARS Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/01/04/jim-rowan-announced-as-new-ceo-of-volvo-cars/ PANASONIC TO USE REDWOOD'S RECYCLED MATERIALS Original Source : https://techcrunch.com/2022/01/04/panasonic-redwood-battery-cell-production-tesla/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM This question was suggested by Joshua Pritt: “If you live in an apartment or condo or otherwise can't charge at home, how do you charge? 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Desktop Metal recently appeared on my radar after reading how their technology is accelerating the transformation of manufacturing with 3D printing solutions for engineers, designers, and manufacturers around the world Jonah Myerberg is Co-founder, Chief Technology Officer, and SVP of Global Engineering at Desktop Metal. He joins me on Tech Talks Daily to provide an overview of Desktop Metal, Additive Manufacturing 2.0, and how it is reshaping the future of mass manufacturing by leveraging digital factories. We also discuss how additive manufacturing can impact the supply chain, lumber shortage, sustainability, and how businesses expand into new fields like space tech and healthcare. About Jonah Myerberg Jonah Myerberg is responsible for leading the technical direction of the company's 3D printing solutions and driving global engineering efforts. Before joining Desktop Metal in 2015, Myerberg held senior positions with various organizations focused on high-performance battery development, including Renovo Motors and Boston Impact, which he founded, and A123Systems. At A123Systems, Myerberg established and led the motorsports business unit, which focused on developing high-performance batteries. His products were adopted by most Formula One teams, including the McLaren, Force India, Mercedes Benz, RedBull, and other high profile motorsports teams like the Porsche 919 team, which won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 2015 and 2016. Jonah was also a race engineer for Porsche on the 919 team and the Mahindra on the Formula E team. Additionally, he helped launch Gradiant Corp., where he managed the deployment and operation of large-scale water desalination plants that converted fracking water into fresh water.
Wir blicken wieder einmal hinter die Kulissen des größten und bekanntesten deutschen Industriekonzerns: Volkswagen. Dabei wird es nicht nur hochspannend, sondern auch sehr aktuell: Es geht um den Machtkampf in den Führungsetagen des Volkswagen-Konzerns, der nun im Winter 2021 hochkochte. Der Vorstandsvorsitzende Herbert Diess bricht als einsamer Top-Mann an der Spitze viele VW-typische Regeln und riskiert nicht nur seine Macht, sondern auch seinen Job. Welche Rolle er in diesem VW-Drama spielt und was der Dieselskandal und Porsche damit zu tun haben, erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge.
Welche Aktien werden sich dieses Jahr gut entwickeln? Wird das Metaverse mehr sein als eine Spinnerei? Und warum könnten es selbst gute Online-Händler dieses Jahr an der Börse schwer haben? Im OMR Podcast gibt Philipp "Pip" Klöckner eine Börsen-Prognose für das Jahr 2022 - und verrät, bei welchem Start-up-Investment er seinen Einsatz zuletzt verhundertfachen konnte.
Enrico alias Toretto Monaco ou l'homme aux 2 McLaren Senna sans même parler du reste de sa collection tout aussi impressionnante… Le point commun de toutes ces autos exceptionnelles, elles ont toutes été mise en glisse sur les hauteurs de Monaco entre ses mains.Pourtant, rien ne destinait ce Belge à un tel parcours, lui qui a quitté le système scolaire et a commencé à travailler très jeune en autodidacte : dans l'automobile, au Club Med alors qu'il ne connait ni la mer ni la montagne... Ou encore, en Australie avec le picking des légumes avant d'avoir un réel contact avec l'automobile de prestige autour de 25 ans.Cet épisode vous fera rire et vous inspirera sans aucun doute tant le franc-parler d'Enrico est rafraichissant même quand il s'agit de parler de ses échecs. On sait tous qu'entrepreneuriat et réussite rime aussi avec échecs en amont et capacité à rebondir !Rassurez-vous, on a bien entendu parlé des nombreuses autos de fou qu'il possède ou qu'il a pu posséder : Porsche 997 GT3 RS, Porsche GT2 RS 997 991, Ferrari F 50, 458 Speciale Aperta, McLaren Senna, 675 LT, 688 MSO (pas sûr que beaucoup d'entre-vous connaissent ce modèle, en même temps il y en a uniquement 25 au monde), Dodge Viper GTS-R une des seules, si ce n'est pas seule en Europe ou encore une magnifique AMG GT Black Series “P One Edition”. Bref, un garage juste incroyable et je ne vous ai pas cité toutes les merveilles…J'en profite pour remercier Yan Briand, fondateur de Motortech pour la mise en relation avec Enrico. D'ailleurs, je ne peux que vous conseiller d'écouter l'épisode pépite que j'ai enregistré avec Yan : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cGyBMglndU&t=1066s_________________________________________________________
Im Konrad-Adenauer-Haus wirft die Ankunft von Friedrich Merz bereits ihren Schatten voraus. Abzuwarten bleibt, wie der neue CDU-Chef die Partei auf Erfolgskurs bringen will. Hier gehts zu unserem Abo-Angebot für unsere Morning Briefing Leser. https://www.handelsblatt.com/mehrerfahren
The crew discusses a variety of topics during their last podcast of 2021. First up, who is using winter tires and why they’re good to have if you live in a cold climate. They also review driving impressions of an $80K racing sim with full motion. In Porsche news, thoughts are shared on the recent factory-released photos of the upcoming LMDh car as well as the announcement of Porsche Pop Up Stores. Damon gives us sneak peeks into soon to be released PCA video and Rob shares what to expect in future Panoramas. You get to hear Vu and Manny talk about what went behind the scenes during a recent Tech Tactics Live. The gang finishes with Porsche related new year’s resolutions.
Italian automaker Maserati is entering the Classic Center services business. Tiptoeing in at first with a modest effort, the boutique performance brand will expand its portfolio of offerings over the next year. Its good business to help keep the faithful in the fold. So much so that other manufacturers - most notably Mercedes-Benz , BMW, Porsche and Jaguar Land Rover have been doing it for years. Question: do you think that the traditional domestic automakers are missing a golden opportunity?
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 64 of owner stories with Lorenzo from Brooklyn, New York. Lorenzo grew up in Southern California where the car culture he was a part of included Hondas and Japanese cars. The idea of owning a Porsche was akin to owning a Ferrari or a Lamborghini and at the time seemed well out of reach. Lorenzo's Porsche journey started around 5 years ago after his friend took him to the track in his 911. An experience he really enjoyed. Although, living in New York Lorenzo still didn't think a 911 was something that he really needed. Lorenzo's search for his first 911 only began in mid 2020, albeit casually. Around a year later Lorenzo found a 2007 911 Carrera that he had to have. The 997 generation 911 was a perfect fit for Lorenzo's desire and budget. Lorenzo wanted a 911 he could drive not only around town but on road trips so he added a roof box and uses the 911 whenever and wherever he can. Let's call it his adventure Porsche. His buddy who helped him along the way sees the 997 as the perfect mixture of modern and vintage. I think anyone who owns a 997 would have agree. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast. Follow Lorenzo on Insta @porschelife_nyc Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.
: Episode 2009 - On this Monday show, Anna Vocino and Vinnie Tortorich talk New Year's resolutions, building a boat, keeping up the hard work, building habits, and more. Https://www.vinnietortorich.com/2022/01/new-years-resolutions-episode-2009 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS PRE-ORDER BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE Vinnie's new documentary is now available for pre-order on Apple TV (iTunes). This is his third documentary in just over three years. He thought about distributing this movie himself, but Gravitas loved it so much that they partnered up again. It will be available on January 11th. Vinnie wants this to reach the people who have begun vegetarianism or veganism because they care about their health and want to be healthy, but have thus far been lied to. All of this processed crap is not the healthy option, and this documentary explains why. Here is the link to the pre-order: Share this link with friends, too! NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS Happy New Year! This is the first Monday of the New Year -- time to commit to your resolutions, no more excuses. For Vinnie, resolutions are about giving up something or doing something positive for his health. Vinnie's resolution is to commit to a project. He thought about building a Porsche, but now it's looking like making a kayak. He wants to be able to say "I made this." It was important for Vinnie to do something new for his resolution this year. Anna loves the book called Your Best Year Yet to look for resolutions. You write down your successes and triumphs as well as your failures, what went wrong, and what you learned from it from the previous year. It helps you determine where your strengths and weaknesses are. Then, pick three paradigms. You might be able to work on patterns. Make your resolution about your health, if you see fit! BUILDING HABITS Most resolutions end in January. So, make sure your goal or resolution is attainable. And understanding setting the goal or resolution is not enough on its own to establish a habit. You can do this -- make sure you're really mentally committing for the whole year. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 [the_ad id="17480"] PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH! FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.nsngfoods.com http://bit.ly/beyondimpossibleitunes
John is quarantined but joins anyway. Stay safe everyone. Some cars snuck by. New 991.1 Carrera manual! 2006 Cayenne Turbo S!! NSX!!! Maybe some other stuff too. Cheers to you and an amazing 2022.Follow us on Instagram @porschecolorado to see the cars we're talking about. Follow our hosts @johndyste and @jts911 on Instagram. Become an insider and join us to be the first to know about new Porsche Colorado Springs inventory and events while getting to know John and Justin as they take you inside one of the Premier Porsche dealerships in the United States. You'll learn about our vehicles, the dealership, the staff, our events, our clients, Colorado Springs and more - and you may laugh a little along the way. Just like you, we love everything about the Porsche Brand: the history, the engineering, the people, and the performance. We are enthusiasts serving enthusiasts and want to join you in your Porsche ownership experience. We are as excited as you are because we are owners, too. You want to tour in your Turbo S? So do we. You want to take your GT3 to the track? We will meet you there. You want to learn more about the history of your air cooled classic? We want to help. Give us an opportunity and we may even have a suggestion or two that will make your Porsche experience a better one. Visit Porsche Colorado Springs - https://www.porscheofcoloradosprings.com/ View our new Porsche inventory: https://bit.ly/3jBp4ME View our Pre-Owned inventory: https://bit.ly/37C66zGFollow on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/porschecolorado/ Like on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PorscheColorado Follow on Twitter - https://twitter.com/porschecolorado Follow on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@porschecolorado
I've pushed the Porsche Taycan GTS sedan at Willow Spring International Raceway and learned that fade-free electric performance can be a truly beautiful thing. But how does this track monster behave in the real world? The GTS Sport Turismo gets the same street/track personality and adds a wagon-like rear to make performance driving practical. It's the best of all worlds, if you have the disposable income for an EV that begins at around $135K. Tom Voelk zooms up it California's famed Angeles Crest Highway and has a great time getting lost on the way to the track.
Don't get too much awesome in your Christmas chili: it's time to put the nose to the Panetone and activate your Lurker Sense. From foolish gun buy-backs and anti-cop Dem politicos being carjacked for irony and hypocrisy, to putting better presents in your stockings, the Garage Hour has the holiday goodness for your (belated) merry margarita. Yes, have some. Don't forget the basics (because we didn't): The Bullet Points, AWR Hawkins, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Brian Setzer Orchestra and Burl Freakin' Ives.
Don't get too much awesome in your Christmas chili: it's time to put the nose to the Panetone and activate your Lurker Sense. From foolish gun buy-backs and anti-cop Dem politicos being carjacked for irony and hypocrisy, to putting better presents in your stockings, the Garage Hour has the holiday goodness for your (belated) merry margarita. Yes, have some. Don't forget the basics (because we didn't): The Bullet Points, AWR Hawkins, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Brian Setzer Orchestra and Burl Freakin' Ives.
Ce jeudi 30 décembre, les conséquences géoéconomiques de la mise en place d'une usine d'assemblage Porsche en Malaisie ont été abordées par Benaouda Abdeddaïm dans sa chronique dans l'émission Good Morning Business présentée par Sandra Gandoin et Guillaume Paul sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast..
This is our final week of December featuring some of our favorite episodes through out the years. Last up is Ra Shaffer. We talk with Ray Shaffer inside the Porsche Classic workshop where old cars become new again. The availability of original special tools, direct access to technical documentation, and connection to the historic archive, set Porsche Classic Factory Restoration in a class of our own. We will walk you through the unique work plan for your vehicle to get you and your Classic out on the road. Patreon - Brandon J, Scott H, Matt G, Matt M, Eric A, Brian R, Sean H, Robert G, Niki F, Todd M , Aaron L, Richard P, Robert W and Rey L, Sharon C, Santiago H and Chris V
Hay artículos, vídeos y hasta libros para que parezca que sabes de vinos, de medicina, de economía, de música, para parecer culto… ¡pero no he encontrado ni uno solo para parecer que sabes de coches! Este es un vídeo imprescindible, tanto si sabes como si no. Si eres garajista tienes que dejar alto el pabellón y tienes que ir por ahí presumiendo y demostrando que sabes un montón de coches. Además, probablemente sea verdad, pero si lo es como si no lo es, da igual: Te vamos a enseñar a parecer o demostrar que eres un experto en coches. 1. El lenguaje corporal. Los expertos en entrevistas de trabajo dicen que al menos un tercio de su decisión la basan en el lenguaje corporal. 2. Como hablar. Y los expertos en entrevistas de trabajo dicen que al menos otro tercio de su decisión la basan en el lenguaje hablado. 3. Trucos. Y luego vienen los trucos. Te voy a dar dos: Apréndete unos pocos años y cáscalos en cuanto surja la oportunidad, igual que algunas frases, Vamos con los años. 1891. Primer limite de velocidad, 16 km/h en G.B. 1906. Primer G.P. de la historia en Francia 1914. Se inventa el semáforo 1932. Nacen las autopistas 1959. Cinturón de seguridad 1960. Nace Ayrton Senna 1964. Se lanza el Porsche 911 1974. Se presenta al Lamborghini Countach 1976. Accidente de Lauda 1986. Se prohíbe el Grupo B 10 frases para impresionar 1. “La clave de un buen motor es la mezcla estequiométrica”. Conviene que sepas que es la mezcla ideal de volumen de aire y gasolina, que es de 14,7 partes de aire por una de combustible y que hay motores de mezcla pobre como los Mazda Skyactiv. 2. “Es que solo ha habido un piloto ganador del Mundial de motos y de F1”. Por supuesto hablamos de Sir John Surtees, cuatro veces campeón del Mundo de Motociclismo en los 50, de F1 en 1964 y creador de su propia escudería de F1 3. “¿Por qué no le avisan a Pedro que está lloviendo?” Esta frase la dijo Chris Amon refiriéndose a Pedro Rodríguez que ganó los 1000 km de Brands Hatch. 4. “Siempre se dice que el primer tracción delantera fue el Traction… ¡qué error!” Y cuando te digan que hubo prototipos, pero no coches de producción les sueltas que el Bucciali TAV-6, que se presentó en el Salón de París de 1922 tenía entre otras muchas, innovaciones, tracción delantera. Y cuando lo busquen en Wikipedia, ¡garantizado que triunfas! 5. “Como sabéis, el primer híbrido fue el Lohner-Porsche, en 1900”. Pero no, no lo sabe. Así que cuando se hable de la “moderna tecnología híbrida”, lo cual es muy probable, tú tienes este as en tu manga. 6. “La gente piensa que el primero modelo construido en serie fue el Ford T…” Como tarde o temprano te hablará de precios de los coches, tú hablas de la fabricación en cadena y tiendes una trampa: provocar que los “entendidos” digan que el primer modelo construido en cadena fue el Ford T… 7. “Y es que solo un piloto ha ganado la “Triple corona”. Recurso para cuando se habla de F1. De ahí derivas a Fernando Alonso y a su pretensión de conseguir la Triple Corona, algo que ha conseguido solamente Graham Hill. 8. “El Land Rover usó el aluminio en su carrocería, pero por necesidad”. Si sale a relucir el peso de los coches y el uso del aluminio, alguien dirá que uno de los primeros coches con carrocería de aluminio fue el Land Rover… pero no por convicción, sino por necesidad. 9. “Ya, ya, pero los R5 Copa eran más cortos por un lado que por otro”. Esto va a crear polémica. Pero les dices que todos los R5 tienen una distancia entre ejes menor en un lado que en otro, en concreto es 30 mm más largo en el lado derecho que en el izquierdo. 10. “Es que Ferruccio Lamborghini y Eduardo Miura se conocían en persona”. Esto no todo el mundo lo sabe y los que lo saben se lían. Conclusión Hemos querido hacer un vídeo con cierto tono de humor. No sé si lo hemos conseguido. Y si de paso os hemos contado alguna cosa interesante pues mejor que mejor… ya nos diréis si nos hemos “coronado” nosotros. Coche del día Como estamos en un vídeo muy especial, elegir un coche muy especial: El Panthermobile, el coche de “La Pantera Rosa” que compró el dueño del concesionario Ford que más vende en el Mundo, Bo Boeckmann. Me encanta el coche y el personaje (EXPLICAR humor absurdo). No lo ha restaurado y está impecable… A ver si hablo con él y cerramos un trato.
In today's PorscheCooled Podcast Michael presents episode 63 of owner stories with Amir from Brunei. In the late 80' s when Amir was around 9 years old, he vividly remembers one of the kids at his school being picked up in a black 911 with a whale tail. Amir didn't really know what it was at the time, but he like it. This was Amir's first memory of noticing a Porsche. The second, at 15, was when a pilot visited his school for Careers Day. The pilot arrived at the school in his black Porsche 911. Full circle, this is Someone who Amir would later connect with and become friends. After this talk (and seeing the pilot arrive in his 911) Amir knew what he wanted to achieve. Amir says he wasn't a ‘car geek' he just wanted a car, and he wanted a nice one. Amir's cars along the way to his first Porsche included Audi's VW's and what Amir calls his ‘airport cars.' The first car which started putting him in the direction of the Porsche 911 was his Mazda MX5 or Miata, a fun and popular sports car. Although a successful airline captain flying Boeing 787's Amir was sensible, and his Porsches came later in life. His first Porsche in 2013 was a 2008 987 Cayman S. After a couple of years of ownership Amir wanted to get a 911. His first 911 was a 2013 991 Carrera 2. Amir hasn't stopped there. His currently owns a Porsche 997.2 C2 in in a unique colour. Amir things the 991 was a better car but the 997 is a better Porsche and suits him perfectly. Welcome back to the PorscheCooled Podcast Follow Amir on Insta @neunelfer_ Michael (@michael.bath) owns a first generation 997 Carrera, comes from Australia and currently resides in Bahrain. Steve (@gtst3ve) is a Porsche owner and enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. This podcast is part of a series with Steve where two mates chat about all things Porsche. Thanks for listening. PorscheCooled Exclusive member Become a member of PorscheCooled and help support the Podcast. It will keep us talking! https://www.patreon.com/porschecooled The PorscheCooled Podcast is available everywhere you get your podcasts.
It's Doug Demuro! Strap in for a great show. We talk about his Defender, CarsandBids, his channel, the G-Wagon, road tripping, leases, the market of cars, how Doug hates paint to sample, Porsche issues, the problematic rise of car prices, why he'll never have a Carrera GT, the bet he made with Matt, fan Q&A, and a TON more. https://www.carsandbids.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/DougDeMuro@dougdemuro Find Valvoline now at your local auto parts store. Watch our new series, All Cars 3!
THE HOTTEST UP & COMING COMIC IN LOS ANGELES TODAYIS A 71 YEAR OLD JEWISH MAN!eL YID, NEW CHARACTER CREATED AND PERFORMED BY NOTEDTV WRITER/PRODUCER AND ACTOR MARC SHEFFLER,IS POISED TO TAKE THE LA COMEDY SCENE BY STORMBelieve it or not, the hottest and fastest rising new comic on the LA ComedyScene today is “el Yid,” a 69 year old Jewish man whose long white beard and blackand white garb would immediately lead anyone to assume that he was a Chasidic Rabbifrom Brooklyn. In actuality, el Yid is a new comedic character conceived and performedby noted TV writer/producer and actor Marc Sheffler.A former comedian and member of the Comedy Store's legendary “Class of1977,” Marc has also been involved with countless television series and specials duringthe course of his long entertainment industry career, including "Sister, Sister," "Harryand the Hendersons," "Who's the Boss," “Sanford & Son,” "Charles in Charge,” “TheHappy Days Reunion Show," "The Best of the Hollywood Palace" and the Warner Bros.cartoon “How Bugs Bunny Won The West,” among many others.The character of el Yid was born in late 2015, after a horrific automobile accidentalmost cost Marc his life. After having been hit by a car while walking down the streetnear his home by an 85-year old man texting on his phone while driving, Marc spentmany months recovering from his broken limbs and shattered spirit. Once finally healed,however, Marc looked in the mirror and realized that not only had he been transformedinto an entirely new person, but he had a brainstorm! He'd also just given birth to anentirely new character. The experience re-ignited his passion to once again performstand-up comedy live, after a 35 year absence from the stage.el Yid has been making LA audiences howl with laughter ever since. He appearsregularly at Robin Hood Pub on Burbank & Woodman in Sherman Oaks on Wed-nesdays, and at Upstairs @ Palermo on Vermont by Franklin on Thursdays. Check out:https://www.facebook.com/elyidthecomedian/About Marc Sheffler:A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Marc Sheffler was given a truly unique gift by hisfather for his 8th birthday: The Three Stooges! The famous slapstick trio performed athis birthday party during a local appearance there in 1957. The Stooges brought Marcon stage with a “Nyuck, Nyuck, Nyuck,” and the infamous phrase “I oughtta moider ya.”Moe Howard dubbed little Marc “The Fourth Stooge.” “It was on that stage, at the age of8, when I first realized it was my destiny to become a comedian,” Marc says today.In 1969, Marc dropped out of college to head off to New York State's CatskillMountains, the center of the stand-up comedy universe at the time. There, he began hisprofessional career, with his first job as the Stage Manager of the 1500-seat nightclub atthe Raleigh Hotel. During his fourteen months there, Marc watched every comedian onthat circuit – one of whom was London Lee, the scion of a wealthy Long Island family.Marc worked for Lee for about a year and a half, at first running errands for him, andeventually writing some of his jokes. Marc even became an onstage part of his actduring more than 200 club dates. One lucky night, Lee told his audience that Marc wasan aspiring stand-up comedian, and without any advance notice, thrust him into thespotlight. Marc performed ten minutes, managing to generate enough laughs to earnhimself a spot onstage with Lee for an upcoming, two week engagement at thelegendary Copacabana nightclub in Manhattan.After striking out on his own in late 1971, Marc walked into his manager's office in NewYork City (Lloyd Greenfield Management, whose clients at the time also includedEngelbert Humperdinck), where he was told a movie audition awaited him. As a result ofthat audition, Sean Cunningham and Wes Craven cast Marc as one of their film's fourleads, “a teenage heroin junkie named Junior Stillo” in the movie “The Last House onthe Left” (1972). The film became Wes Craven's first, and is considered today to be thegranddaddy of the modern day slasher/crime genre. In early1972, Marc's life and careerchanged forever when Roger Ebert published a 4 1⁄2 star review of the film with this leadsentence: "'Last House on the Left' is a tough, bitter little sleeper of a movie that's aboutfour times as good as you'd expect.” Marc made dozens of personal appearancesacross the country to help promote the film, meeting thousands of fans, and basking inthe newfound glow of his first taste of fame.After his initial blast of exposure with “Last House,” Marc shifted gears back to hisoriginal passion: a career in stand-up comedy. He also began to pursue writing andproducing projects for television. In late 1975, he developed a movie-of-the-week ideaalong with award winning commercial director N. Lee Lacy (the man who'd directed theinfamous “Mean Joe Green/Coke” commercial.) In early 1976, Lacy's agents at WilliamMorris sold the pitch to NBC – as a result, Marc moved to LA, arriving in town with awriting credit and William Morris as his talent agency.During his earliest days in LA, Marc spent countless nights at the legendary ComedyStore, watching such legends as Richard Pryor, Paul Mooney, Jimmy Walker, GeorgeMiller, Tim Thomerson, and Steve Bluestein. The William Morris Agency had set him upwith his first Monday night gig at the club just a few weeks after he'd relocated to la-la-land. After his fourth Monday night, he walked up to legendary founder Mitzi Shore'stable, and asked her if he had what it took. She looked up and said, “Okay Marc, call infor spots.” Marc quickly thanked her and got out of her sight, before she had time toconclude she'd just made a huge mistake. Over the course of the next several Mondaynights, Marc honed his material, quickly perfecting his set, generating big laughs, andquickly made a place for himself as an Original Comedy Store Regular. Based on hissuccess, Marc became a lifetime member of the Comedy Store's infamous “Class of'77.” He even got his name inscribed on the Comedy Store's exterior “Wall of Fame,”alongside his peers at the time - Jay Leno, Robin Williams, David Letterman, MarcSummers, and other now well-recognized performers.Segueing into writing and producing for television, Marc's career path next ledhim to participate on such hit TV series as "Sister, Sister," "Harry and the Hendersons,""Who's the Boss," “Sanford and Son,” and "Charles in Charge." He also becameinvolved with numerous TV pilots, made for TV movies, and television specials,including "The Little Shop of Horrors" pilot, "The Happy Days Reunion Show" and "TheBest of the Hollywood Palace" specials. His first real studio gig was at Warner Bros.with Mel Blanc, the voice of the classic Warner Bros. cartoons, as the writer of the TVshort “How Bugs Bunny Won The West” in 1978. During this era, Marc worked closelywith a number of notable Executive Producers, including Norman Lear, (“Sanford andSon,”) George Schlatter (“If She Dies, She Dies,”) Don Mischer (“The People's ChoiceAwards,”) Steven Spielberg (“Harry And The Hendersons,) and Garry Marshall (“TheHappy Days Reunion Special”), among them.In 2002, Marc returned to the horror film genre, and produced David DeFalco'scontroversial movie “Chaos.” In 2006, he co-wrote and produced another horror film,“Girls Gone Dead.” And in 2010, Marc supervised the writing of the first two episodes ofa new TV series called “Oh Telon” - a half-hour situation comedy - at EICTV, in SanAntonio de los Baños, Cuba. The show was greenlit for production, and in fall of thatyear, Marc made television history by becoming the first person ever to ExecutiveProduce a sitcom in Cuba!The Birth of el Yid:From 2011 to 2015, Marc was on the faculty of Loyola Marymount University'sSchool of Film and Television, where he taught classes in Situation Comedy,Screenwriting, and Re-Writing. During his time there, he noticed an interestinginteraction between himself and his students (18 to mid-20's). Realizing he could makehis students laugh at will, he went back to the Comedy Store (after a nearly four decadehiatus) to watch the latest comedians, and to listen to the audiences so he could learnwhat they thought was funny. He'd begun to plot a course back to the stand-up comedystage.After a long Thanksgiving (2015) holiday trip to New York and Boston, Marc and his wife(a social worker), returned to LA exhausted and jet-lagged from the trip. A few morningslater, Marc's wife headed out the door to work. Prior to her leaving, Marc told her hewas going to walk up to Trader Joe's, to pick up a few things. A little after 1:00 PM, ashe started the stroll back home carrying his Trader Joe's grocery bag, Marc was struckfrom behind by a Porsche doing about 40 mph, driven by an 85 year old man who wastalking on a handheld cell phone. The driver, who'd gotten distracted by that call, driftedinto the parking/walking lane, forcefully hitting Marc and hurling him through the air.Marc's injuries were extensive: fractured cervical spine bones, fractured ribs, afractured wrist, a shredded meniscus in his knee, multiple scalp lacerations, headtrauma, a concussion, multiple contusions and abrasions, and oral trauma among them.His doctors told him he was quite lucky to be alive, and had escaped life as a paraplegicby just a few millimeters. Describing his pain as “literally indescribable,” Marc's onlyrelief wasn't from the drugs administered, but from where their effects sent him – hementally “time-tripped” back to 1977, to the Comedy Store, and to his beloved stand-upcomedy days. What replaced his full body agony was the full body pleasure he got from“reliving” those moments when he was on stage at the legendary nightclub, getting biglaughs, all those years ago.Marc spent the next three months in bed, nearly immobile – he didn't drive againfor six months. During his recovery, he received a call from a friend about appearing ona radio talk show dedicated to comedy and comedians, along with two other guests –comic Johnny Beehner, and Budd Friedman's former partner at the Improv, MarkLonow. The show went well. One of its hosts asked Marc if he was thinking aboutmaking a return to the stand-up comedy stage. And on air, Marc said yes.One afternoon shortly thereafter, Marc got out of the shower, and took a longlook in the mirror at his body, hair, and long white beard, all dripping wet. He looked athimself, pointed a finger, and ordered himself “not to go away.” Dashing into hisbedroom, Marc put on a white, buttoned-down dress shirt, a black tie, and a black suit,then placed a wide-brimmed, black Fedora on his head. After brushing out his beardand putting on some wire rimmed glasses, Marc then saw in the mirror an amalgam ofhis maternal grandfather, and the Orthodox Rabbi of his Temple's congregation.What is the name of this new character?” he asked himself. This isn't MarcSheffler. Who is this guy? He shall be el Yid, The Jew!Since then, el Yid has been performing before a wide spectrum of LA audiences,generating big laughs wherever he goes. Two, post-performance experiences – onewith an admitted anti-Semite, and another with an attractive single woman - have beenparticularly encouraging. As Marc explains, “By my metrics, if el Yid can get a lifelonganti-Semite to approach him and say he was going to reevaluate his prejudice, and acute, single woman to admit she felt regret because el Yid was married, clearly this newcharacter seems to be resonating with his audiences! Total strangers are starting tobelieve that el Yid is a real person. Now that I've given birth to this comedic new voice,it's time for el Yid to start making a really big noise!”# # #Media Contact:Dan HararyThe Asbury PR Agency310firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, LaTricia and Phyllis have a conversation with Porsche Steele. Porsche shares her story of how she met her husband online, traveled to Nigeria to meet him and decided to stay in Nigeria. She also shares the passionate work she does through the Emancipation Movement and her publishing services company, MysticqueRose. Porsche is hosting a virtual Kwanzaa event during the seven days of Kwanzaa. To learn move, visit her Facebook page @emancipation365 and her Instagram page @emancipationmvmt
Tonight, GT4RS allocations, available PDK GT4, and we play some of our favorite holiday hits. #ClarkGriswold. Follow us on Instagram @porschecolorado to see the cars we're talking about. Follow our hosts @johndyste and @jts911 on Instagram. Become an insider and join us to be the first to know about new Porsche Colorado Springs inventory and events while getting to know John and Justin as they take you inside one of the Premier Porsche dealerships in the United States. You'll learn about our vehicles, the dealership, the staff, our events, our clients, Colorado Springs and more - and you may laugh a little along the way. Just like you, we love everything about the Porsche Brand: the history, the engineering, the people, and the performance. We are enthusiasts serving enthusiasts and want to join you in your Porsche ownership experience. We are as excited as you are because we are owners, too. You want to tour in your Turbo S? So do we. You want to take your GT3 to the track? We will meet you there. You want to learn more about the history of your air cooled classic? We want to help. Give us an opportunity and we may even have a suggestion or two that will make your Porsche experience a better one. Visit Porsche Colorado Springs - https://www.porscheofcoloradosprings.com/ View our new Porsche inventory: https://bit.ly/3jBp4ME View our Pre-Owned inventory: https://bit.ly/37C66zGFollow on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/porschecolorado/ Like on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PorscheColorado Follow on Twitter - https://twitter.com/porschecolorado Follow on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@porschecolorado
Every single year in December, it's one of my favorite times, because not only do I recharge, I try to take a little bit of a break. But I also start implementing what the hell we're doing for next year. So what I want to do is bring on a friend of mine, he's been on the show before, this guy's a fucking killer. He's ranked on the Inc 500 and what he does is all virtual. He doesn't need an office he could do this from his in his underwear from the comfort of his damn living room. And this guy just has a system for everything. He's a master at lead generation and that's we're going to talk about today, is how he could do this from the comfort of his home and do it nationally too. Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeThe importance of having systems in place that workHow to utilize your skill and prospecting ability to grow clientele anywhereTaking advantage of resources and not being afraid to spend dollarsResourcesLearn More about Kevin MarkarianReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast. It is that end of the year. And what we're doing today is doing nothing better. Yeah, what we're doing this whole month is nothing more than just a bunch of end of the year planning things and getting ready for next year. Because if you're living in reality, the next two weeks should be pretty slow. Unless you're some kind of pagan or atheist, and you don't celebrate Christmas. So if you are celebrating Christmas, what you're gonna have is a lot of downtime. And thinking about what you're going to actually implement this year. And I know from my own personal experience, every single year in December, it's one of my favorite times, because not only do I recharge, I try to take a little bit of a break. But I also start implementing what the hell we're doing for next year. So for example, guys, I am implementing a How am I going to create eight videos a month next year? How am I going to implement this system, we're implementing new products and services with real estate marketing dude, including creating short form content, all of these little things are things that you have to do because I was very poor at working on my business over the last three months. And there's a major difference between working in the business and being ran by it then working on it, setting up systems and basically allowing you to grow it's you'll never grow your business if you don't work on it and just work in it. It's just a hamster wheel that just never ending thing. So what I want to do is bring on a friend of mine, he's been on the show before, this guy's a fucking killer. He's ranked on the Inc 500. And how he does it is all virtual, literally like this guy has an office. He's in his office right now. But he doesn't need an office he could do this from his in his underwear from the comfort of his damn living room. And this guy just has a system for everything. He's a master at lead generation. And that's we're going to talk about today is how he could do this from the comfort of his home and do it nationally to that's the most amazing thing. So without further ado, let's go ahead and welcome our guest, Mr. Kevin Markarian. What's up, dude. Thanks, buddy. Thanks, man. Congratulations on all of your success. It's great to see you progress and grow. And I'm just honored to be on this, this time with you to spend this time with you and to get to connect with your wonderful audience. So thanks, Kevin, watching everyone who you are, yeah, where you're from what you do, and then we'll get into this. Okay. I'm Kevin Markarian. And I'm in California. I originally lived in Modesto, California, small town, little ag town, did incredibly well. And at a young age, I started in real estate around 21. And worked for a big developer, national builder. And after a short period of time, and 1000s of agents I became the number one agent in the country for them. And and then shortly after that, I was living this low high life you know, a great lifestyles driving like a convertible Porsche, and as big as this has the fucking size of a giant balloon thinking your shit don't stink? Yeah, you know, 23 years old. Yeah, it was, you know, this is all butterflies and rainbows or whatever. And then the market crashed. The Central Valley of California was really kind of the epicenter of the foreclosure crisis in the United States. And so I had to make a decision fast am I going to continue to beat this beat this bit this path here and go down this path selling $60,000 homes and, you know, dilapidated properties, and not not really enjoying what I was doing? Or should I should I go somewhere else, and then try to expand and try to do something bigger. And fortunately for me at the time, you know, being that I was not far from San Francisco, one of the most elite cities in the world. I had, I took a chance and literally just kind of closed up left Modesto and moved to SF, and that was a really big, big move for me. And,and, yeah, did you have a database? Or did you know anyone in SF when you made this move? Or were you and were you still like, what, 2425 years old? Yeah, I didn't know anyone. No, I didn't. But I knew that I could count on my my skill and my prospecting ability and just, you know, it just it works anywhere. It's like you said, you know, I like to really build out systems and everything and, and if it can be done somewhere, then it can be done somewhere else. And so that's how I how I really looked at it. And I know I didn't know anybody, but but I knew that I can connect with people. And so that's what I really counted on. And then also at that time, companies like Zillow and realtor.com, and lead gen was sort of on its way, becoming more of a just really started coming out at that time, and so took advantageTo that, and that's really how I was able to level the playing field because shortly after moving to San Francisco, I became a top producer and sort of building a team and everything and just was very, very successful in a short period of time. And it wasn't so much of like, personal skills and everything, it was just more about taking advantage of resources, and not being afraid to spend dollars. And it's easy for us in our industry, especially being commissioned salespeople to want to hold everything and not not want to spend it, because you don't know when our next checks come in and everything. But, but if you have the systems in place where you can make more predictable income, then you can take a little bit more risk. It's not as scary. And that's really what I what I was able to do.Let me ask you a question. Sorry. So Kevin, start buying leads, right? You're doing like the realtor.com. One, and it doesn't matter. Like I think where you source your business from the difference is whether or not you can fucking close it. Leads are nothing more than conversations that you're having with other people. And when we're marketing our database, all I'm doing is I'm having conversations with them might not necessarily be about real estate. But when you're buying leads Zillow, you're having conversations about real estate either way, you're still having conversations. And the key to having conversations is to get people know like trust. Love you. First and foremost. Would you agree with that? Oh, yeah, absolutely. So what is your secret weapon? Why can't Kevin Markarian convert leads, but I can't find an agent within a 500 mile radius, I can have a conversation with a complete stranger and get them in the car the next fucking day? I think, you know, I think it just sometimes we overthink things. You know, we have to do things a certain way a certain script, somebody told us we have to do it this or that. It's just, I think, where I kind of why I think I have a little bit of a difference. People do this to not saying I'm the only one but just Just be yourself. You know, yourself. When you be your swimming, when you just feel be you know, you and just be comfortable with yourself. And just treat talk to people normally, it doesn't have to be like a, you know, certain way mean a talk or whatever it just be, be normal, be yourself be comfortable. And then you're going to start to attract people. And, and that's really what it is. That's the difference. That's why I'm able to do that and understanding other people. That's here's what we're talking about. Guys, if you're following up with people, do you have commission breath? And yes, I can smell that through the phone. Yeah. So obvious. Like, you know, when people have commission breath, you could feel their tonality, you could just feel on be like, Oh, my God, like I could tell when I have someone on the phone, whether that cold calls me. And I could tell whether they have commissioned breath or not just by asking different pointed questions, right? Yeah. And a lot of people have commission breath.And sometimes, though, sometimes we had that because we're in a position where we don't have not, we don't have transactions, we're desperate, right? Yes. So what we have to really do is avoid those desperate situations. Because then then it's like, then I can just be be comfortable, you won't be myself, we get the commission breath, I guess it's more, it's either you're doing and you're doing it wrong. Or you're doing it because you don't have other income, and you're just, you're desperate. So how do you avoid those desperate situations? That's the question. So that you don't have to come across as that sort of, like pushy salesperson, you bring up a good point. Because I agree, like I had to start this company on a, I bought I bootstrapped this company for three years before we get out, we didn't have money for freakin lead generation, we didn't have money to go out and run on ads, we had to do everything from the ground up how we did it was creating consistent content. And you either have money or you don't, if you have the resources, and you can leverage your time, if you don't have the resources, you got to put in some time, is how it works. So how do you approach so I think that's a good conversation to have is that people are always like, well, if I spend this, I have to get this back? And then how do you overcome and start approaching ROI on specific marketing activities? I think it's you know, if you're, if you have the luxury of being in a market where people know you, it's really simple. Just go through the list of people that you know, and just start having conversations, right. And that's, that's very simple. And thenfrom there, if, like, for me, I didn't have that luxury. So I had to basically spend the dollars. But there are ways that you can you can connect with people without spending money, like you said, just spending time, for example, one is through using sell scores, that's one way that you can do it today. And that is through just using the MLS to find out who's most likely to sell because they put a score on every single person now through the tax record, and then going through and skip tracing that data and then making out making those calls yourself or that just takes a little bit of time. But there's that's pretty much free, right? You can use free resources to get contact information. And so that's that's the way to do it is just to try to have as many conversations as possible with the most amount of people about real estate, and I use a system that it's funny because I got this thing out of a book a long time ago, tiny little book andand then II kind of hear people saying it, which is cool, you know. But I brought, I kind of started talking about it, which is the four point system, the four point system that I use, and that's everyday My goal is to get four points. I got this out of a book called How to be a rainmaker by Jeffrey Fox, super tiny little book. And he says, If you want a salesperson that always wants to stay busy, should try to try to reach four points a day. So if I can reach four points a day, I'm always going to be busy. One way to do that, or how to do that, How's his other ranking works is one point as foreign is for a good positive conversation about real estate. Two points is when I set an appointment, three points is if I get a signed contract, so signed buyer contract, listing agreement by representation, whatever, if you get a signed contract, that's three points. And four points is, is if you get paid. So if I, if I can get four points a day, I'm always going to be busy. So that's one thing that I was able to do.When I moved to SF was I just My goal is to get the four points a day, that was it, and I know that I can get I got four points a day, I'm going to be, I'll be busy, I'll be successful. And tomorrow, I have somebody to talk to. And so I think that's, you know, because we get, it's easy to get caught up in the monotony and yeah, you know, you get bored and so on. You gotta have some that's why people talk about having your why and so on. But, um, but this is this a way to kind of game it and stay and stay focused. And I so let's, let's put this into context, what we're talking about is you have to have more conversations, whether you have a built in network or not either have a database or you don't, and you can buy conversations, you go out and have them. Have you guys ever realized some of the top producing agents aren't the sharpest tools in the shed that the most popular?They have more friends than you do. They're more marketable and more people they have more conversations than you do. On average doesn't mean they're smarter than you doesn't mean they're better than you, which is exactly you know, there's two ways that you really stand out in the business you either a nurture the relationships you have, or be you offer something no one else has. There's a reason why Redfin goes into a market, it's our shreds acting immediately is because they have unique selling proposition. Unfortunately, the vast majority of real estate agents don't have a unique selling proposition, you guys are all selling the exact same shit. And when you're having these conversations, it's how you make people feel that really makes you stand out, which is all your personal brand, at the end of the day. So what does that mean? Well figure out a way to have conversationswith regardless of how you're doing, you're gonna buy them, or you're going to manufacture them, by putting yourself in the center of that conversation. There's a reason that I've seen, we've had some people on the show that would start up a brand new business.In a market they don't know anyone in, and in every single circumstance that they do. It's because they're super outgoing and social and they put themselves at that table.I've seen people do that with business owner interviews in those small local market. I've seen people do that in foundational giveback programs where they didn't know anyone in the foundation. But today, they are now sitting on the board of the foundation because they raised so much money for them over the last 12 months. But every case that I see somebody run an attraction based business, it's because they put themselves in that situation. It didn't happen on accident. Hmm. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. And, and the thing about that, too, is that there's plenty of information out there that we can get access to, and how to do things, and how to find like people that are watching and listen to this. It's like, you know, they're they've, it's, there's, the information is available. So it reminds you of the story. If it's all right, I can tell this story about when I was growing up, I had a coach wrestling coach. And he'd always ask us, what's the difference between an amateur and a professional? What's the difference between an amateur and a professional and then, you know, sit there looking all these Theriot steroid kids, you know, like nobody has the answer. And then he would say the differences consistent, right? Yeah, an amateur and professional. So like, if I go bowling, I can ball strike maybe once out of 10 to three times out of 10. A pro is gonna pull 10 out of 10. Right? And, and the baseball pitcher is gonna pitch strike every almost every time, right? So the same thing with what we're talking about is like, we can get excited, listen to a conversation with you about what to do. And then the next day, we're amped and we go do it. But then what do we do the next day, the day after, and so on, and so on. So that's really kind of the difference, right is though those individuals that you're talking about that are putting themselves in those positions, they're doing it all the time, not one time, right? You listen to who they are, it's who they are naturally, like you're born with it, it's very hard to create that in somebody you either have it or you don't. And that the faster you figure out whether you do or not is the faster you figure out which model is going to work for you or which type of waves you're going to have more conversations. That's the key right is like figuring so you don't have to be that guy like I'm not always the most outro virgin outro Verna person but understanding where you kind of fit in then you can build a model around your strengths. And that way you can leverage other people or other systems or tools to do that.The things that you necessarily like you're not enjoying as much, right? So so I think that's, that's the key. And and, and that's where kind of teamwork comes in and partnerships and so on and so forth. But, but, um, and that's also where leveraging technology comes in. And then that way staying top of mind through digital platforms, and, and so on, if, you know, maybe just, it's really just about you said, it's defining, and understanding what your strengths and weaknesses are, what you're good at, and then being able to work around that. And I think that's, that's really important. And so I guess the question for you is I have for you is what's, uh, what are some ways to do that? Like, how can people determine routes go.Um, I mean, it's really comes down to, if you're the type of person that goes to your kids school event, and you sit in the corner and just talk to the people, you know, well, you're probably not the person that's going to go out there and put yourself in a center of attention. You know, if you're the type of person that knows everyone on your block, and says, Hi to everyone in the restaurant, you walk in, like that's perfect for you. In the event, you're not say the person that's going to do it, maybe you don't have the time, maybe you're like me, and you have like 10 Kids, can you pick it up three different, pick it up three different things, I don't have time to go out and meet people, nor do I have the energy. And I'm about to do this here in San Diego, and start a real estate team. And I'm starting from scratch, all my friends here are in real estate. So it's like I remember referral based business. But I can tell you guys how I'm gonna do it. I know how Kevin does it. And let's let's actually do this as a case study of something good for show. So what I'm going to do here in San Diego is I'm gonna create a create a website called your real estate dudes. And we're going to create lots of conversations through a shitload of video content creation. And what we're gonna do is we're gonna have every dude on the team is going to be creating two to four videos a month. And that's how I'm going to get them in front of the right people to have those conversations with because we have to create content in order to do so. Content creates engagement, engagement, creates conversation, conversation creates trust, trust gets you fucking paid. That's the formula. It's very, very simple. But I'm also going to be doing lead generation to now totally different strategy. Because when you look at your business, you got to look at the assets you have the assets are nothing more than the amount of people you'd invite to your wedding or funeral if you had an unlimited budget for both.Now, in my case, I don't have any assets. But the agents I bring on my team do, each and every one of them have to be from the area, each and every one of them have to have X amount of Facebook friends, an email list and X amount of social media reach, because I know that all I need to do is infiltrate those people to have conversations. Now, that is one aspect of lead generation more based on attraction referral generation from people's existing audiences. The other system I'm going to run is probably something you know how to do way better than me. And I'm going to trip and fall forward and call you up for advice along the way. And what that's going to be is I'm going to buy a list, I'm going to get data of people who are most likely to sell, I'm going to do this to my friends over Geopoint data, Dawson the phrase, and these are going to be people that are facing financial constraints, death, probate, divorce, relocation, significant amount of credit impacts significant amount of debt on their score, I'm looking for people that own properties that are more than likely to sell. And then I'm going to take that data, and I'm going to fucking pour out all over them. I'm going to hit him on email, I'm going to hit him on tax, I'm going to hit him on social and I am going to be everywhere all the time.And that is lead generation.Right? But I have to start, I don't want to just I'm not gonna go by, here's where people screw up and lead gen as they go out. And they do it. It's good to Every Door Direct Mail. So let's start talking and having conversations with people that have no interest or intention of moving. That is what I call a waste of money. Hmm, absolutely. Tell me how you do it. Yeah, no, I think that's I think that's great. I think right now, especially in this market. It's it's very, I wouldn't say easy, but it's there's a lot of sellers that thatare interested in selling, right. I mean, there's Fannie Mae came out with the article a couple months ago, talking about the first time in 25 years, sellers think it's the very best time to sell in the last 25 years. And buyers think it's the worst time to buy in the last 25 years. So who would you rather work with? Who's most likely to work with you? So? Absolutely. You know, that's, that's one of our strategies as well is just now that we have this access to data that can tell you people are likely to transact, like I mentioned earlier through the self score thing, but like you mentioned, Geopoint, that's another option is finding those individuals who are likely to transact and start creating relationships, and with what your strategy is, what I really like about it, Mike is is that it doesn't take me to go out to a parent teacher conference or whatever and sit down and talk to 1515 parents, right. It's it's it's a leveraged approach. And so that you're kind of throwing out that that that casting the line, and seeing who who'd be ininterested and you're targeting individuals that are based on digital information and data are likely to transact right so that you're efficient and being smart with your with your dollars that you're spending. One area that I think what we do on that is we have,we have a call center, we have individuals that are that are incentivized to create create appointments for agents on our team. And so we take that list like that. And like we do everything that you just said. And then we're also reaching out to them to to try to set appointments or try to have conversations. Another area that I think is really helpful with this type of marketing is to use leverage I buyer, people talk about eye buyer being an enemy, right? To me, I think eye buyer is more of a strategic partner, and we can leverage them to get our foot in the door. Whether or not those individuals, the agents decide, or the sellers decide to use that eye buyer as an option to sell their home is irrelevant to me, what I want to do is, is I want to provide those solutions, and I feel more and more today, as real estate agents and professionals. We're not no longer the gatekeepers of information, what we need to really be as a solution providers, option providers, provide individuals with those with a mountain enough all the options so they don't have to go elsewhere. Here's all I've been saying this for fucking five years, your don't sell real estate, you solve fucking people's problems. I had issues with the real estate, it's very simple. I forget, when I started learning, content marketing.It's like when real estate marketing dude came up, I was in this conference, outside Marketing Conference in Denver, I remember. And I don't know what stuck out to me during that day. But they said, hey, you know that this is what content creation, I got addicted to it, I was just like, Dude, it's great. I'll just gonna create content on people's fucking problems and have the solution for it. You know, it's very simple. Like that makes sense. Like think about when you're when you're shopping yourself. And you're like, I don't know, let's say I need a flowers for my wife. Because it's Valentine's Day, I'm sorry. But I have no interest in going to page two a Google, like the first flower shop I see is fine with me the first one that solves that problem I'm going to use. Now I want to take that same concept and apply that to real estate because 88% of people close with the first person they meet with period. No one wants to go out and shop a bunch of different real estate agents. But you do have to offer a solution that's relevant to today's market. What Kevin's talking about with the I buyers is 100%. Right on the money. This is why we built listing advocate is that we're taking all those ibuyer offers, and we're out.I wouldn't say performing, but we're out servicing our competition. Because people want solutions and the market is changed. And when we're doing something different than nobody else is by offering many different types of solutions to their problems. Who cares which bucket they find it. So people with the ibuyers 95% of people will still go regular listing agreement, but 100% of them want to see all their options. So if you're just selling, hey, I got a listing agreement. I'm doing a video on this today. What's the difference between you and every other agent? And most agents can't answer that.I asked him every time What would you do? Why should I hire you over anyone else? Why don't they? What do you think the answer the question is?Well, we're going to provide the most options and most solutions we're going to get depending on what their needs are what the agents say we think most agents answer to that question is what do you do differently than everybody else? You're gonna work harder. Yeah. I'm gonna have your best interests in mind. Well, No shit, Sherlock, you have a fiduciary duty to do that. Right? Right. But they don't have the you don't like that's the craziness of the of the business right now? Is that the answer? The answer is read the answers right in front of you. I have an easy answer. It's called listing advocate calm. But do you could just copy your concept and do it yourself. There's nothing crazy about what we're doing with it. We're just creating a mega offering that'll out compete every eye buyer and every other agent and marketing. Think about it fromThink about from two cents you guys is like, you got a couple different restaurants to go to. Right. And Kevin and I are I'm in Orange County with Kevin and we're hungry, it's lunch. And if it's lunchtime and mean Kevin want to go eat because I'm Mexican, I'm automatically going to default to go to the tacos. But because we're in the middle of the business meeting, we might go and eat tacos for 10 minutes at a taco stand. That'll fill our bellies and that'll check the box. But once 5pm comes along, Kevin and I don't just want to eat we want to eat and have an experience we want to eat and go have a cup of margaritas. We want to drink a little bit so we're gonna go to this fancy taco restaurant in Orange County by Kevin's house. And when we get there, it's going to cost me five times as much.What's the difference? The experience I'm seeking? Right both both serve both them my belly both accomplished immediate goal, but I'm looking for something specific. So how can you create the experience keep going sorry. Know that how do you that every real estate agent listen when I What is your experience level? What makes you different?Because having the conversations have to battle, you still got to close it. Right? So a lot of the stuff we're talking about is twofold. Guys like having the conversation comes in one aspect, but then what makes you the right answer to their problem?Why do you have the right solution? I think what you're talking about also, and I don't want to, I don't want to be like super abstract, because I do want to allow my child how much time we have left, but I want to get into some specific support, things that people can really take away and use. But um, one of the things like, you know, kind of, before COVID, I was speaking all over the country going to different events and going on stage and stuff like that, and doing podcasts and everything.And people ask me all the time, like, why do you share all your secrets and everything? And first of all, I like to do that it's fine, because I feel like it's more of a reciprocal thing. But also, here's an important factor to keep in mind. Like we talked about all the time, most, most people don't implement anything, right?Exactly, right. Nobody implements anything. But then let's say that, let's say people implement,but then it's a matter of how you're going to execute. So matter of First of all, you're going to implement, nobody does that anyway. So only a small percentage of your competition is going to implement. And then second, beyond that, who's an execute better? So it's kind of like if you're in a football, you know, real estate marketing dudes, I think there's maybe a lot of dudes on here that are football, maybe football fans, okay? So it's like when the NFL teams are going to heads up, and the offense runs the ball. And the defense knows the play, they know exactly what they're gonna do. They're gonna, they ran the same play four times in a row, they keep running it, and why are they running it? And how are they successful? Are they successful is because they can execute better than the other team? And they don't doesn't matter if you know what I do. So the answer is they asked me, How come? How come I share because I don't care, because you're not going to execute better than me. And I'm not confident in that. And there was something that I forgot who said this, maybe I don't remember who but you said, Never underestimate the mediocrity of the competition. That's great. So it's just so much opportunity. And it's just something to be very excited about. And, and so just putting in a couple things, like, you know, the listing advocate of the website that you're talking about, that was the name that you just said, you're saying add listing, advocate, listing, advocate calm, I mean, how many people are using that? I mean, it's like, I'm sure you have a lot of sales and everything, but like are the top are as your competitors using it. Right? So it's like taking small rooms, and then just implementing them into your business. And then now you just perfect and execute and just focus and do it over and over and over again. And I'd rather be the master of one thing, then be you know,so, and that's where we come back into leads, and how we manage our lead flow and systems and everything is just a it's a science, it's a process. It's just it's easy. Anybody can do it. Next, do you have a Kevin as a follow up for everything? If someone opts in, they want to Kevin's forms. Like, I don't know how many Zapier connections you have, I'm gonna guess you could probably build a house with all of them. We, we stop using Zapier a lot.We have our own internal stuff. So you had to build your own. But yeah, if you're going to get in the lead gen, you got to have all those different systems set up. And you're right, the same reason that I'll give away all of my video scripts to my competition. I'll give away all my video scripts. I'll give them the viral marketing right now. Frank, take them all, you're not gonna execute, dude. Yeah, you know, I mean, like, and same thing with real estate agents. I'll be like, here's exactly how you shoot the video. But I know for a fact that they're never gonna learn how to edit. That's why a service like us has, but it is about leaning forward. So we'll create all of our content, we give it away. We're not gonna hold anything back. Yeah, but here's the thing. It's part of that though, too, is it's okay to hire out. Right? It's fine. But part of execution is is having the right team. Yeah. So that's why it's like one of the factors too, is like, I'll hire you to edit for me. I'll hire the marketing dude, edit for me, because I don't know how to edit. Right. So it's like coming back to one of the early things in our conversation was, you know, is don't be in a position where you can't spend money, don't be.So that way we can create a predictable income so that you can spend the dollars but one thing I want to share with everyone.I'll try to give away like a simple strategy. I don't know if it's, how simple it'll be. But first of all, one of the things that we do and we're we're creating about maybe 100 between 60 and 100 Hand raisers per hour with our team, and the way we do that is we use real scout and then we just integrate real scout with follow up boss So Andrew, if you're from from real Scout, if you're watching this, you set up that integration, buddy, so we don't have to do it so much on the issue. What the fuck are you doing man?Forever, you get about 60 to 100 per hour. The way I do it is I take my follow up boss, CRM, and every lead that comes in gets entered into real Scope.Just have real Scott by itself alone, I don't have any ownership of real Scott, I probably should be already gifted by now like 10%. Andrew, you're that one to pick them up Andrew. And so take your leads, put put them into real scout or something like it, where you can then start dripping, sending content that's relevant. And then where you can track the engagement, but more importantly, where your your clients can, can message you to let you know when they're interested. And, and so what we've done that's unique is taking the the activity and the engagement that's happening inside of real scale, and then transitioning that through an integration that we've created on our own because it was way too expensive. To use Zapier, imagine 60 to 100 an hour how much that's gonna cost.So we had to do our own. But now all those all those activities that are happening in real Scout are getting sent over to follow a boss for my team, who is now seeing all those activities, all that engagement in our, in our call center, and everybody is calling. And it's just working out so well. So if anybody's interested in learning how to do that, reach out to me, because I'll show you guys how to do and that's kind of something that we're offering right nowas a consulting thing, so if anyone wants to do that for their team or their business, you look up, but you're doing it through like the thing to to just serve everybody understands as you're reaching out through multiple mediums, oh, yeah, to pull tabs, like, there isn't like, if you're doing lead gen Do you agree? Like, there's no such thing and lead gen world anymore, where there's just one channel you're using? Right? Like, you can't just use email anymore, and then expect it to work? Like you might get a deal here and there. But like, you're never gonna scale? Well, like you said, you need to be everywhere all the time. Yeah. And so right, it's just, it's a matter of like building trust, and so on. So like, people see you, they're gonna, it's a matter of building that trust. So the more that you're seeing, the more visible you are, the more relevant content that you're providing, the more the more trusted that you will be. And the more likely the thing is, people are going to reach out to you. Because like you said, when you're when you're going on looking for that flower shop, right, you're going to click on that first one that reaches that solves your problem. So if I can be in that position, maybe I'm not going to be the first page of Google, but I'm going to be on your videos, I'm going to be on Facebook, I'd be on everywhere, so that when the time I just I don't have to go far to find the answer. So the Be that person, and I know you're like a master of that. And and then we do that as at a high level as well. And we're just, you know, constantly sharing that data. And it's also important to share it with people that are most likely going to transact. So we don't want to waste our dollars and our time with people that have no interest whatsoever. So one of the things that we do, like you said, you take that data, the cell score, the geo geo point where you can show that shows you who's interested, but then now you're sending them content. And now they're engaging with your content. That's information that we may be tracking to. And then we're picking and going deeper with that it's all basic stuff to you, man. You know this, but people that are listening if you don't know it, learn from Mike, because there's nobody out there. It's really better than understand view. Do you believe that everyone needs to be creating content today? Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Because of that. And then because of that, like you got you can't like if you have your sales messages going out, you have that you have multiple things going on. Like I have a pitch video that goes out to people who are listening to this podcast right now, like you guys, click on my website, go ahead and click on my website, I dare you click on my fucking website right now. Click, click, click on my website, I am going to be all over Google YouTube, Facebook IG, and I'm about to do it on tick tock. Because I know that even in our world, like the more I am everywhere, the more demos we get, and the more times we saw our video services. But when I turned off those demos, there's been a couple of times this year where my schedule was booked out two weeks, and I turned off my ads. Big mistake. Don't ever do that, please. And then I went through a peak and valley in our demos because of it. So it's crazy on how important it's become unnecessary learning experience, man. Yeah, if you didn't do that you wouldn't have known for sure, like you would have guessed would have been a hypothetical, right? And that everything's hypothetical. I'm always wrong the very first time I'm not smart. I'm not by any means. Like some kind of smart dude. I've just not scared to test things out and see what works and then amplify and that's that comes back to because you're consistent because you're you have systems in place you can you can take those types of financial risksand, and not be afraid so.Yeah, I mean, it justI mean, I can I can see her and talk forever man, I really appreciate you I think you got it wrapped up I think people are gonna be interested possibly in your consulting thing. Why don't you go ahead and unless you have anything else to add, let's go ahead and get this one wrapped, and tell people where they can message you. But I think closing thoughts guys. You got to have more conversations and to do that you got to be in multiple places. And you got to be everywhere all the time. And you got to have those conversations in front of the right people.The right people are either a cold list of people who are more than likely to buy or sell, or those people are the people who already know like and trust you. Yes. And like I said, right now we're generating between 60 to 100, new, active people that want to engage that want to talk that are hand raisers. per hour, 60 to 100 an hour.How much of a guy asked how much of a budget does that cost? Okay, so my,I got it.I mean, like, probably close to six figures a month at one time, close to with everything, okay. But now, it's a lot lower. It's, it's because I got smarter number one, number two, also, we built such a huge database over those over those years, right? And then three is who, okay, here's my philosophy on leads. And we have a short time I know, but for those who are leads, people, okay, and where are those people live? In your community? In your your neighbors, your people, right? So what are when you're paying for leads, what you're simply what you're doing is you're speeding up the process, from having to basically find a needle in a haystack. And you're paying someone to find that needle for you. So that they're right. So they're saying, Okay, this is a person out of this community, this person is interested, what if I had the whole access to the whole community? If I had access to everybody in the community? What would you do?Just second, if you're paying attention, if you had everybody, if you had access to everybody in a city, in San Diego, and your your neighbor, I'd be all over him, you'd be all over him. Right? So So then would you buy a lead? No, no, because you don't need to, you don't need to. So that's my point to everybody is you can create your own leads, because you know, where those people are coming from, they're coming from, let's say, your neighborhood, your community, wherever. And so if you can get access, which we have access to that now, I can get access to everybody in my community, and I can get data on those people, which is available, very low cost. And if I can just then figure out a way to get in front of them with content. Like I said, What now we're calling we're setting appointments, we have a cost, so I invested in the call center stuff. So my cost is like stupidly low man, like, it's, it's so low, I can't I mean, it's like, so low, he can't even share them no matter how low it is. Soit's more about not so much like we're not paying for the leads, I'm paying for the systems and management of how to manage those contacts from the community that we're targeting. You could probably sell those leads and turn pretty pretty promptly toyour you're giving them to your team members. And you're writing an awesome model doing that keeping them busy. Systems is all Yeah. Can I plug one thing, man, God, yeah, so um, so obviously have a brokerage marker real estate. And we're basically looking to grow with great people. So that's another goal of mine is to try to connect with with agents. And we're rolling out a rev share plan, rev share model. So if anybody's interested in learning about how to become part of our team, or you're receiving leads, and we're setting appointments for you with sellers with buyers.That's another thing you know, I don't want this to be like a pitch fest. But no, I think that's a pretty damn good offer. If you guys are having struggling with business or acquiring business, then you got to surround yourself with someone who's had acquired for you until you learn how to do it on your own. And he's offering JOIN US team if you're interested and I'll supply you with leads. Simple, it's pretty fair offer to me. Whether you're an agent or a team, you have a team or brokerage, whatever, I think we have a solution for everyone. And so that's that's my that would be my my thing. So I just want to say thanks, Mike. Dude, I really respect you, man and appreciate everything you're doing. Thanks, dude. Appreciate it. And we appreciate you guys listening to other episode the real estate market do podcast folks, you know where to find us. If you are thinking about getting on video next year. You don't need more leads, you need more dudes, all you need to do is go to real estate marketing do.com Schedule a demo with me. I'll show you how it works. And I will promise you that people will stop forgetting what the hell you do for a living and you'll start running and attraction based business. That's www that real estate marketing do.com go and connect with us on all of our social sites as well and keep leaving those reviews and tell people about this show. I appreciate you guys listening. We'll see you guys next week. And we'll talk to you then peace out. Thank you. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our website at WWW dot real estate marketing dude.com We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. So if you have any additional questions, visit the site, download the training, and then schedule a time to speak with the dude and get you rolling in your local marketplace. Thanks for watching another episode of the podcast. We'll see you next time.
Ross & Chris welcome Bryon Dorr to the show. Bryon runs Exploring Elements and is the editor of AutoWise, and contributes to Gear Junkie and Tread magazine. Bryon owns a Lexus GX that is built for overlanding, a KTM950, and a 996 Porsche 911 Turbo. The guys also discuss the Rivian R1T winning the Motor Trend Truck of the Year award, the GMC Sierra EV frontend, the Toyota/Lexus upcoming catalog of BEVs, and Land Rover Trek.
Show #1317 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Wednesday 22nd December. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. TESLA ANNOUNCES FREE HOLIDAY SUPERCHARGING - Tesla is making its Supercharging free for the holidays -- with some caveats. The move, which is intended to curb long wait times at the automaker's charging stations during this busy season, is limited to off-peak hours in select locations. - A map on Tesla's consumer website confirms that between Thursday, Dec. 23 and Sunday, Dec. 26, owners motoring along select travel routes in the US can receive free charging at specific stations between the hours of 7 p.m. and 10 a.m. (local time zone). - The majority of stations covered under this incentive are concentrated on the West Coast, primarily in California, where over 30 locations are free, as well as Arizona (10 locations) and Nevada (7 locations). Original Source : https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/tesla-supercharger-free-holidays/ TESLA'S BIG HOLIDAY UPDATE ADDS TIKTOK AND SONIC - It includes useful driving features like automatic access to a car's blind spot cameras, as well as fun additions like new games built into Tesla Arcade, TikTok support, and a feature that lets the electric cars “dance to a choreographed light show.” The update's version number is 2021.44.25, and should be rolling out over the coming days. - The most useful inclusion in the update could be its blind spot camera feature which automatically shows a live camera view of the car's blind spot whenever a driver activates a turn signal. Tesla CEO Elon Musk indicated the feature was in development in July 2020, but now it's here to (hopefully) make maneuvers like changing highway lanes a little bit safer. - Other practical improvements include an easier way to add multiple waypoints to a journey, and simplified controls for accessing a car's primary controls. It's also now possible to drag and drop your most frequently used apps to customize the car's menu bar, and the heaters in the front seats can now regulate temperature based on how hot it is in the car generally. - TikTok videos can now be watched directly from the car's touchscreen via Tesla Theater, and Tesla Arcade has been updated with new games like the original Sonic the Hedgehog Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2021/12/21/22847952/tesla-christmas-update-2021-sonic-the-hedgehog-sudoku-blind-spot-cameras FORD F-150 LIGHTNING OFFERS V2V CHARGING - The all-electric 2022 F-150 Lightning has the ability to “share” its range with other EVs, Ford has revealed. - The available vehicle-to-vehicle charging feature enables owners to charge a friend's vehicle during an outage or top off an EV battery for a neighbor. - The F-150 Lightning makes vehicle-to-vehicle charging possible thanks to its onboard generator and high-capacity battery systems, as well as the Ford-exclusive Pro Power Onboard 240-volt outlet. - when plugged to a F-150 Lightning with the optional 9.6 kW Pro Power Onboard, the Ford Mobile Power Cord charger can deliver Level-2 charging estimated to add an average range of 20 miles (32 km) per charging hour on a Mustang Mach-E Extended Range RWD. - Once connected to the 240-volt Pro Power Onboard outlet, customers can use the Mobile Power Cord to charge EVs that use the SAE J1772 charge port. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/555880/ford-f150-lightning-v2v-charging/ VAUXHALL CORSA-E AND MOKKA-E GET £3K PRICE CUT AFTER GRANT CHANGES - Vauxhall has responded to last week's surprise reduction in the UK's Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) incentive scheme by lowering the price of its electric cars. - Effective from today, the battery-powered Corsa-e and Mokka-e will have their list prices reduced by £3,000. It means the former now starts from £25,805 on-the-road including the grant, with the latter down to £29,365 including the grant. - Vauxhall's decision to reduce the price of its two electric cars means that even the expensive trim levels, namely the Corsa-e Elite and Mokka-e Ultimate, all fall under the £32,000 cap on the grant, so are eligible for the £1,500 discount. Original Source : https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/vauxhall/corsa/356939/vauxhall-corsa-e-and-mokka-e-get-ps3k-price-cut-after-grant-changes AUDI MAIN PLANT TO ONLY MAKE ELECTRIC CARS FROM 2028 - In Germany, Audi's main plant in Ingolstadt will only produce electric cars from 2028. - These plans are quite ambitious seeing as the Ingolstadt plant hasn't produced a single electric model to date. Within just three years, half of all vehicles built in Ingolstadt should be fully electric, and “from 2028, only electric cars will then roll off the production line in Ingolstadt,” an Audi spokesperson told Der Spiegel. - The first model to be produced in Ingolstadt will be the Q6 e-tron. The Audi spokesperson said the first pre-production units are already being built and series production is planned for 2023. The Q6 e-tron is based on the new PPE electric platform, on which Porsche will also introduce the electric Macan successor in parallel. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/12/20/audis-main-plant-to-only-make-electric-cars-from-2028/ DUCATI REVEALS NEW MOTOE ELECTRIC RACER AT MISANO - Ducati has used a private test session at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli to debut their all-new MotoE racer. - The company will take over the MotoE series as the official machine supplier in 2023, with Michele Pirro given the shakedown duties of a machine that looks ready to race, even at this early stage. - Laced with carbon fiber, and the usual Ducati fodder of Ohlins suspension, Marchesini wheels, and Brembo brakes, the V21L also sports a double-sided swingarm, differentiating it from something like the single-sided Panigale V4 R used in WorldSBK. Original Source : https://www.cyclenews.com/2021/12/article/ducati-reveals-new-motoe-electric-racer-at-misano/ THIRTEEN NEW ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY PLANTS PLANNED IN THE U.S. WITHIN FIVE YEARS - In addition to electric vehicle battery plants that are already in operation in the United States, 13 additional plants have been announced and are expected to be operational within the next 5 years. Of the 13 plants that are planned, eight are joint ventures between automakers and battery manufacturers. Many of these new plants will be located in the Southeast or Midwest. | Manufacturer | Location | Expected Opening | General Motors & LG Chem | Lordstown, OH | 2022 | SK Innovation | Northeast of Atlanta, GA | 2022 | General Motors & LG Energy Solution | Spring Hill, TN | 2023 | SK Innovation | Northeast of Atlanta, GA | 2023 | Stellantis & LG Energy Solution | TBD | 2024 | Ford | Northeast of Memphis, TN | 2025 | Ford & SK Innovation | Central KY | 2025 | Stellantis & Samsung SDI | TBD | 2025 | Toyota | Southeast of Greensboro, NC | 2025 | Ford & SK Innovation | Central KY | 2026 | General Motors & LG Energy Solution | To be determined (TBD) | TBD | General Motors & LG Energy Solution | TBD | TBD | Volkswagen | Chattanooga, TN | TBD Original Source : https://www.energy.gov/eere/vehicles/articles/fotw-1217-december-20-2021-thirteen-new-electric-vehicle-battery-plants-are POLESTAR 3 ELECTRIC SUV: LOOK MA, NO HANDS (OR ACCIDENTS) Polestar 3 will go into production in late 2022 or early 2023 and the SUVs will be equipped to use an advanced lidar system from Luminar, a tech company making waves with its efforts to build the "uncrashable" car. - The long-range lidar system offers Level 3 hands-free driving on designated stretches of highway. The driver can take their hands off the wheel, feet off the pedals, and can also divert their eyes and attention elsewhere such as answering emails or watching a movie. Luminar developed its own hardware and software and created the Iris sensing platform for significantly less cost. - Its lidar can read the landscape from 1,148-1,640 feet away, depending on the size of the object, which is much further than the human eye can see or headlights can illuminate. That is a real strength because it gives the vehicle more time to react. - Luminar will provide lidar sensors to Volvo starting in late 2022. They will be used in the Volvo XC90 replacement, which could be called the Embla. The new 2022 flagship electric SUV will be on the next generation of Volvo's Scalable Product Architecture or SPA2, designed to handle the advanced driving capability. - Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath said he will wait until 2025 to make the more advanced Level 3 hands-free system available in the Polestar 3. When the time comes, it will be activated via an over-the-air software update. Original Source : https://www.motortrend.com/news/polestar-3-electric-suv-lidar-level-3 MACK TRUCKS' 1ST ALL-ELECTRIC VEHICLE ENTERS SERIAL PRODUCTION Original Source : https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/allentown/2021/12/mack-trucks-new-electric-vehicle-enters-serial-production-at-lehigh-county-plant.html UK'S PIVOT POWER BRINGS ONLINE 5MWH FLOW BATTERY AT 'WORLD'S LARGEST HYBRID PROJECT' Original Source : https://www.energy-storage.news/uks-pivot-power-brings-online-5mwh-flow-battery-at-worlds-largest-hybrid-project/ BYD DELIVERS 1000TH PURE-ELECTRIC TANG SUV IN NORWAY Original Source : https://www.automotiveworld.com/news-releases/byd-delivers-1000th-pure-electric-tang-suv-in-norway SEC OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCES $125M SETTLEMENT WITH NIKOLA OVER MILTON FRAUD CASE Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/sec-announces-125m-settlement-nikola-motor-trevor-milton-fraud/ CHECK THE BATTERY TECH OF THE AUDI RS Q E-TRON DAKAR RALLY CAR Original Source : https://www.quattrodaily.com/check-the-battery-tech-of-the-audi-rs-q-e-tron-dakar-rally-car/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns in 2022. 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Show #1316 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Tuesday 21st December. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. A new Producer MIKE SCHOTT TESLA SAYS IT HAS PUT 2017 BATTERY PACKS IN 2021 CARS - Tesla has been adding a strange new warning about putting battery packs as old as 2017 in brand new 2021 Model 3 vehicles for sale. - Several people have been pointing out a very strange warning that Tesla has been adding to some of those Model 3 “demo” vehicles: - “This vehicle was built with a battery pack manufactured as early as 2017. While this pack was brand new when the vehicle was built, the cells have reduced capacity due to their age and you can expect up to 12% reduction in range from current production specifications.” - Tesla mentions both the packs and the cells in the warning, but it specifically says that the whole packs were manufactured as early as 2017. Why would Tesla be sitting on battery packs made back in 2017, which was super early in the Model 3 production ramp-up? Original Source : https://electrek.co/2021/12/20/tesla-strange-warning-putting-2017-battery-packs-brand-new-cars/ TESLA MAY BE SELLING NEW CARS WITH BATTERIES FROM 2017 - These first came to my attention from an email from a buyer of one of these cars from a series of tweets from Seth Horowitz, a man with a well-educated Rodney Dangerfield profile pic who had found a lot of Model 3s for sale all across the country—he saw examples in Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, Portland, and even Honolulu, for example, and all of these locations had 2021 Model 3s for sale, at prices not appreciably less than other 2021 Model 3s, that bore this unusual disclaimer - The Model 3 has an eight-year/100,000 mile warranty for the battery, with a minimum of 70 percent retention of capacity. If you do buy one of these demo cars with a 2017 battery that's already had 12 percent degradation, will the warranty only be for four more years and you're starting with an 88 percent range battery? Or will Tesla warranty the battery for eight years from your purchase date, and replace it if it drops to go below the 70 percent threshold within the warranty time? It's not made clear here at all. Original Source : https://jalopnik.com/tesla-appears-to-be-selling-new-cars-with-batteries-fro-1848245292 TESLA USING FOUR-YEAR-OLD BATTERIES IN NEW CARS - The vast majority of the responses on Twitter have been scathing, but some users are suggesting that the wording of the disclaimer is simply incorrect. The prevalent theory, however, is that Tesla is aiming to get out in front of a PR disaster before an internal whistleblower makes the company infamous once again. The reasoning behind using these packs instead of new ones must be cost-related, but with no clear explanation from Tesla, all we have is speculation. - What is not up for debate is the pricing of these vehicles. While a new base trim Model 3 costs under $45,000 and the top-tier Performance is a little under $59,000, these used demo cars with degraded batteries are still selling for premium money at the $62,000 mark. A sizeable discount would make sense, but that isn't being offered. Original Source : https://carbuzz.com/news/tesla-using-four-year-old-batteries-in-new-cars TESLA'S NEW CHANGE OF EXPECTATIONS ABOUT GIGA BERLIN'S 2021 DELIVERIES - Tesla does not expect any more deliveries from Giga Berlin EV Gigafactory in 2021. - Tesla had originally planned to start series production of electric cars at its Giga Berlin plant in Grünheide this year. Up to half a million are to be produced there annually in the first expansion stage. - Environmental groups have tried several times to overturn early permits. Among other things, they fear problems with drinking water. Approval authorities are still waiting for documents from Tesla regarding Giga Berlin. Original Source : https://www.torquenews.com/video/teslas-new-change-expectations-about-giga-berlins-2021-deliveries GENERAL MOTORS EXTENDS THE BOLT EV, EUV PRODUCTION SHUTDOWN - GM's more budget friendly Bolt EV and EUV are currently not for sale due to a massive battery recall in July due to the risk of battery fires. - As the automaker works to replace the battery packs in all of the Bolt EVs, the production shutdown of the vehicle at GM's Orion Assembly plant in Michigan has been extended multiple times, the latest suspension will halt production until at least the end of February, Reuters reported on Monday. - GM originally hoped to resume Bolt EV production in September. But After disassembling some Bolt battery packs as part of its own investigation into the issue, the company said it discovered "manufacturing defects in certain battery cells produced at LG's manufacturing facilities. Original Source : https://www.futurecar.com/5078/General-Motors-Extends-the-Bolt-EV-EUV-Production-Shutdown-Through-the-End-of-February-as-it-Deals-With-Battery-Recall POLESTAR DEVELOPING OWN 636 HP MOTOR AND TWO-SPEED GEARBOX - Green Car Reports has information from Polestar that the manufacturer will develop its own powerful in-house electric motor, as well as a two-speed gearbox that doesn't sound too dissimilar to Porsche and Audi's. - The motor is reportedly codenamed P10 and it's being developed in Sweden. It's around 50 percent more powerful than a Porsche Taycan motor, with a targeted output of 636 horsepower (475 kW). It also sounds like the motor and two-speed transmission will be a single unit, so when equipping all-wheel drive vehicles, each axle could get its own cog swapping action. - This new motor and gearbox combo will be exclusive to Polestar, not shared with Volvo or Geely or any other manufacturer it has connections with. - With a theoretical combined 1,272 horsepower from two of these new P10 electric motors from Polestar, the electric sedan they power would be among the quickest in the world, right next to the Tesla Model S Plaid or the Lucid Air Dream Edition and other vehicles that can accelerate to sixty in the low two seconds. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/555846/polestar-electric-motor-gearbox-development/ FORD PRO CHARGING OFFERS COMPREHENSIVE COMMERCIAL EV CHARGING SOLUTION - Ford Pro, a division of Ford that caters to commercial fleet customers, has launched a comprehensive solution for commercial EV charging. The new Ford Pro Charging program is designed to help ease the complex transition from ICE to EV fleets by delivering software and commercial hardware infrastructure to support charging and energy management. - Ford Pro Charging offers a turnkey solution that starts with site review and design consultations to determine the number and type of chargers needed, plus service to manage installation of commercial-grade charging hardware. - The software analyzes how each fleet operates, and orchestrates charging management based on those behaviors—for example, determining the optimal times to charge based on energy rates. Original Source : https://chargedevs.com/newswire/ford-pro-charging-offers-comprehensive-commercial-ev-charging-solution/ SHELL OPENS FIRST EV CHARGING HUB FULLY CONVERTED FROM FOSSIL FUELS - Shell has opened its first electric vehicle charging hub in the United Kingdom converted from a traditional service station - The Fulham charging hub in central London features high-powered 175kW ultra-rapid charging points, and a solar canopy, and has been proudly promoted by Brisbane-based Tritium's head of sales Christian Hewitt in his LinkedIn account. Original Source : https://thedriven.io/2021/12/21/future-of-petrol-stations-shell-opens-first-ev-charging-hub-fully-converted-from-fossil-fuels/ “Welcome to Shell Recharge Fulham Road, our first EV charging hub - and it looks different to other Shell service stations! Shell Recharge Fulham Road features 9 ultra-rapid charge points however, it is more than a charging hub. At Little Waitrose and Partners you can grab a snack, pick up dinner or stock up on essentials. Or you can grab your favourite cup of Costa Coffee while your EV charges! The opening of Shell Recharge Fulham Road is a special moment for me personally and for Shell UK's EV ambitions. I do hope you are able to come along and say hello” - Bernie Williamson, General Manager, Mobility, Shell UK - In Fulham, central London, we have converted one of our conventional fuel service stations into an electric vehicle charging hub that features 9 high powered, 175kW charge points. Customers will also be able to enjoy a cup of their favourite crafted coffee, grab a snack, pick up dinner or stock up on essentials while they wait. Original Source : https://www.shell.co.uk/motorist/ev-charging/shell-recharge-fulham-road-our-first-uk-all-ev-charging-hub.html ALL-ELECTRIC OFF-ROAD VEHICLE NOW AVAILABLE FROM POLARIS Original Source : https://www.police1.com/vehicle-incidents/articles/all-electric-off-road-vehicle-now-available-from-polaris-Z9hd3Ml3HkgCBOWS/ EPA ISSUES NEW RULE TO CURB TAILPIPE POLLUTION, FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2021/12/20/22846556/epa-rule-tailpipe-carbon-emissions-biden EATON AIMS TO REDUCE DC CHARGING COMPLEXITY AND COST Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/12/17/eaton-aims-to-reduce-dc-charging-complexity-and-cost/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM Returns in 2022. Email me a suggestion for a possible question and I might pick yours! firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about their highlights fro 2021, including the best of Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin. They also share their plans for 2022, including big upgrades to The Intercooler. With thanks to JBR Capital (@jbrcapital or jbrcapital.com).
Episode 61: Ryan gets the vapors, Doug clothes the homeless and friend of the show Will “e-power” Porter shares why an electric car now parks where there was once a 911. IG: @ryanbahrke @thesteeringcommitteepodcast @cannonsrun Show our TSC sponsors some love! goodr sunglasses: Use the code STEERING15 at checkout for 15% off your first order at goodr.com. Swisstrax: Use the code STEER15 at checkout for 15% off your order at swisstrax.com. And for badass Belgian brews, visit our friends at Bruz Beers: bruzbeers.com.
Subscribe Here Find all options to subscribe to our newsletter, podcast, YouTube channel or listen to our internet radio station here: Link https://linktr.ee/startupradio We learned in our projects that charging electric cars is challenging for B2B and B2C customers Simon Vogt, Co-Founder and CSO &ChargeOur Sponsor Invest-in-Hessen This show was made possible by Hessen Trade and Invest with their brand Invest-in-Hessen. You can learn more about them here (https://www.invest-in-hessen.com/). We also run a dedicated sub-podcast with all interviews and news in cooperation with them. Find it all here: https://anchor.fm/techstartupsgermany Charging can still be challenging for the EV driver. Simon Vogt, Co-Founder and CSO &ChargeThe Founder Simon Vogt (https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-vogt-a9a07931/), Co-Founder and Chief Sales Officer of Frankfurt-based startup &Charge is our guest today. They just raised seed funding to help online shoppers offset their climate impact and reward them with points e.g., for charging electric cars or using e-scooters. Simon has collected already some experience in mobility. He worked in emobility projects of BMW, been with Porsche Consulting and finally been the coordinator for e-services for Porsche's model Taycan. Charging is more than refueling. You have time. Simon Vogt, Co-Founder and CSO &ChargeThe Startup The founding team realized that charging is different from refueling, so the team behind &Charge (https://and-charge.com/#/) realized that the charging EV owner has time on his or her hands. So, &Charge started connecting charging with eCommerce, so an online buyer gets rewards points for recharging their EV or using an e-scooter or similar stuff. Currently, they are covering 95% of the German eCommerce market with partnerships. We help our customers to decrease the price of re-charging and the total costs of ownership. Simon Vogt, Co-Founder and CSO &ChargeVenture Capital Funding They just raised a seven-digit seed round (https://buff.ly/3oW9C1m) but will surely look soon at a Series A funding round. Amongst their investors are the corporate venture capital arm of energy company Helen, called Helen Ventures and Porsche Ventures. I could be considered a pioneer or dinosaur of emobility, I stared with it 10 years ago. Simon Vogt, Co-Founder and CSO &Charge Find all links and show notes here: https://www.startuprad.io/blog/charge-just-raised-seed-funding-to-help-online-shoppers-fight-global-warming/
In this episode of the HWMF Podcast, Seth Feroce and Bobby Dautrich have Axe & Sledge Athlete Dean Perrone in the studio! They talk about crossfit, Dean's kids fighting during a soccer game, Bob's collection/problem, and eat snacks!
The guys catch up on debates, and take on a request from Benjamin I., who is seriously considering his first car with real enthusiast cred. Then, Jacques B. in NC has a great 3-car setup, but wants a new tow vehicle for his race car. Social media questions ask what press cars were shockingly good or bad, why are garages so small on older homes when the cars were so big, and what's the biggest car-purchasing mistake the guys have ever made? TV season 10 begins January 1, 2022, and seasons 1-9 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 email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!