Kilowatt Half Hour Episode 31: Cyberster cash, MINI’s rain dance & tyre troubles |

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This week, Ginny, Mike and Tom shoot the electrical breeze on a range of subjects, including World Automobile of the Year, the long-awaited return of the Ford Explorer and Omoda's arrival in the UK. The group also address listeners' concerns to help them find the ideal and truck.

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Every week, the .com satisfy online to talk about all the important matters at hand. Such as the weather condition, what we're all having for our tea and who discarded who in last night's Love Island. Between these heavyweight topics, we likewise discuss electric automobiles. A lot. Probably an unhealthy amount to be truthful.

And when we do talk about cars, we discover a lot. From market gossip to the more mundane practicalities of electrical vehicle ownership, it's the location where we dish the dirt on the cars and trucks we have actually been driving and provide our own decisions on the latest electrical cars and truck . We likewise like to have a good laugh at the daftest bits of anti-electric that we have actually seen in the press.

We can't assure that you'll discover much. You probably will not. But if you expensive thirty minutes of idle chat and chatter about the world of electric automobiles, we're here for you. If you like it/ dislike it/ believe it's too long or too brief, let us understand.


21 responses to “Kilowatt Half Hour Episode 31: Cyberster cash, MINI’s rain dance & tyre troubles |”

  1. @Leopolda_Doelling59 Avatar

    your vids are really interesting, this video was so touching🍊🍊🍊

  2. @EllaArroyos Avatar

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  3. @mrmawson2438 Avatar

    Good afternoon

  4. @riaz8783 Avatar

    Mini Aceman looks meh and it’s quite pricey, BUT the early reviews so far have shown decent interior quality and space for a ~4m car. Looking forward to the review!

  5. @mrmawson2438 Avatar

    The Tesla Team have a lot going on and not just cars vans

  6. @sca1972 Avatar

    Teabay is definitely the best services. They have recently added 12 charging bays to the Northbound side and 4 Southbound that are cheaper than Gridserve. Food is expensive but so worth it. 🤤

  7. @thelaserhive3368 Avatar

    Can’t be doing with those bongs! I’m so grateful that on the Niro EV you can turn off the audible speed warnings and it stays off. It still shows the angry little red notice in the HUD, but I can put up with that.

  8. @user-vo2gp7yv4w Avatar

    About to become a 3 ev household later this week, we already have a vw e up, was joined by an ORA 03 in March, and have now purchased a VW ID4 21 plate first edition on a very low pcp finance rate, it’s replacing the eup that goes back in a couple of months, we are loving the variety and have a very soft spot for the eup but it is salary sacrifice and has to go back but the ID4 is only costing an additional £30 a month with 2 years warranty and servicing included.

    1. @Alantj22 Avatar

      The car doesn’t disappear when you sell. What matters is how long it remains on the road not how long you keep it. All those 2-3yr old lease cars drive the used car trade.

  9. @sca1972 Avatar

    I have had my ID.3 for over 3 years and never lost a hub cap even without cable ties. 🤷‍♂️

  10. @Madonsteamrailways Avatar

    I’m looking forward to getting my next vehicle!! It won’t be a car, per see, but a car based camper based on the Vauxhall Combo Life Electric.

  11. @mrmawson2438 Avatar

    Beyond Tomorrow: A Look into the Future of EVs

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  12. @Madonsteamrailways Avatar

    I wonder if someone will bring a reasonably priced electric van that can be turned into a camper. I think there might be at least one available as I write!!

  13. @alangravy27 Avatar

    Cupra Gaviscon?

  14. @BMWHP2 Avatar

    Yeah, more electrifying fun 😁
    Monday, we are going to the Citroen dealer and have a look at the first ë-C3 in the Netherlands.
    That Cyberster will be the second 2-door cabrio EV, we know of that is for sale in the EU (usable 300km range).
    Fiat 500E was the first (€38.000) and now a €55.000 MG.
    Strange, 2-doors seem to be way more expansive than 4-doors. . . . . . does that fall under the meaning “less is more” ?

  15. @SWR112 Avatar

    I think people forget at one point to travel a trivial journey you had to buy essence (petrol) at local chemists because there is petrol stations.

  16. @leemazzotti3195 Avatar

    Any idea where the Ora deal is from?

  17. @simonheape5279 Avatar

    Mike’s comment about changing perceptions in the EV world has, I think, great relevance to previous tech changes. I used to work for a TV manufacturer, we were regularly in the top 3 brands and consumers would only buy a Samsung or LG if if they couldn’t afford something decent. How times changed with the advent of LCD/LED TVs. Samsung is now No.1, LG 2 and my old employer has gone bust!

  18. @worldofcars_ldn Avatar

    Why aren’t charging rates advertised like petrol prices at charging and multi fuel forecourts?! Especially those with a mix of charging suppliers, saw prices of 49p per kw for open tesla superchargers across from other suppliers fast chargers at 79p and the Tesla ones weren’t even being used by others when they could have been so they were all paying far higher prices. Why is there no regulation yet on charging prices?!

  19. @dcvariousvids8082 Avatar

    I used to have a car with hub caps, my mother had a number of cars with hub caps. All have a couple of cable ties holding each hub cap on. How can people not know to cable tie their hub caps on?

  20. @robsmith1a Avatar

    My biggest disappointment with the Cyberster is that it’s too fast. I’d really like something with the performance and handling of a an MX-5 that is big enough inside for someone who is 6’2″, the Mazda isn’t. Even 300hp is totally unusable where I live and just makes insurance.more expensive.

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