Kilowatt Half Hour Episode 29: Alfa’s name games and happy volkswagens |

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This week, Ginny, Mike and Tom shoot the electric breeze on a variety of topics, consisting of World Car of the Year, the long-awaited return of the Ford Explorer and Omoda's arrival in the UK. The team also respond to listeners' concerns to assist them find the best electrical automobile.

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Each week, the fulfill online to discuss all the concerns at hand. Such as the weather condition, what we're all having for our tea and who dumped who in last night's Love Island. In between these heavyweight topics, we also talk about electric automobiles. A lot. Probably an unhealthy total up to be honest.

And when we do talk about vehicles, we discover a lot. From industry chatter to the more ordinary practicalities of electric vehicle ownership, it's the location where we dish the dirt on the vehicles we have actually been driving and provide our own decisions on the most recent electric automobile . We likewise like to have an excellent make fun of the daftest little bits of anti-electric that we've seen in the press.

We can't assure that you'll find out much. You probably won't. However if you expensive 30 minutes of idle chat and chatter about the world of and trucks, we're here for you. If you like it/ hate it/ believe it's too long or too brief, let us know.


20 responses to “Kilowatt Half Hour Episode 29: Alfa’s name games and happy volkswagens |”

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  5. @lefteris2583 Avatar

    Hello, I’m from Rhodes. There are a lot of electric cars going around, most of them are Tesla Ys and VW ID 3 or 4. Charging is problematic though. I have my own charging installation as do many others. The island is 120kms long so you don’t need large battery cars. And yes, you are right. There are a lot of older cars going around. It’s very expensive to get a leased car.

  6. @ians3328 Avatar

    Love my XC40 P8 could not cope with the Tesla no buttons concept – hence why I would not buy a EX30. We did look at one for 2nd car but just no.
    Driving long journeys is so much easier now as there are loads of new stations which have multiple units. In the Volvo we tend to just set off now and when we want to stop just press the button in the Google Maps and pick one of those offered. Easy.
    Mollys Dinner was brilliant. Not to mention 20 options from there in less than 3 miles

  7. @alangravy27 Avatar

    It is made in Tychy in Poland, goid name for a small car.

  8. @alangravy27 Avatar

    Few better names than Stag! Should have been called the Triumph Snag.

  9. @RobVerleg-mf9hx Avatar

    Welcome Ginny, I missed youπŸ€—

  10. @DavidPlayfair Avatar

    Pole Star?
    Oh no!
    That’s taken! πŸ˜‰

  11. @markbennett6658 Avatar

    One of the post bag comments referenced that the Alfa Romeo Milano/Junior is under powered but I believe I heard that a Veloce version is on its way based on a slightly different platform with around 230bhp. Any further information on that would be appreciated. Maybe even a Quadrofoglio in time as well? Also very interesting to see what they can do to differentiate it from the Jeep and Fiat in terms of driving dynamics as you alluded to. Finally I think that new grille is growing on me!

  12. @robertd-dh8qm Avatar

    i really love watching every thing you do guys keep doing what you do ❀

  13. @ashtaroth1975 Avatar

    i think Stellantis it’s a red giant star about to implode

  14. @Flyingtwiglet Avatar

    I saw the Ford Explorer in the flesh at the Everything Electric Show in Exxcel London. I really liked it. Good size, roomy not too big, longer range than the ID4… No doubt that was the top spec so we’ll have to see what the regular ones have.

  15. @Madonsteamrailways Avatar

    The Alfa-Romeo Junior is a small car designed for a younger driver. It’s much smaller than many similar cars and is more a small sporting saloon/ hatchback than anything else. The original Junior, if my recollection is correct, was an open sports car.

  16. @markbloxham1313 Avatar

    The should call it the Alfa Romeo Gdansk!

  17. @BMWHP2 Avatar

    Whoeiiiii, my favorite 30 minutes+ fun and info. 😁😁
    THE THING was a great name for the VW 181 (Kubel) and the Citroen OLI should carry that name.

  18. @ricco123tube Avatar

    Ioniq 5 refresh now has heated seat and wheel buttons on the new centre console.

  19. @mikadavies660 Avatar

    The heated seats in my CitroΓ«n E-C4 stay on. Switch the car off and the next morning, the seats are on as soon as you turn the car on.

  20. @mrmawson2438 Avatar

    Triumph Toledo πŸ˜‚

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