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This show brings me insight and joy thank you so much
weird to critique the car in comparison to the S class when it's the size of an E class externally
These people have no knowledge of EVs and the metrics, technology, and numbers that matter in making a purchasing decision. Listen to Inside EVs Weekly Podcast for people who actually know what they’re talking about. Either the hosts of Talking Cars/CR have been paid off by ICE interests or more likely they haven’t put any effort to learn about how EVs work and how to review and analyze them. Absolutely terrible.
I didn’t realize that caring about getting tips on winterizing your car required a lecture on equality.
This podcast is incredibly informative. About a huge number of car-related things, like the buying process in a supply-chain disaster or how these much-ballyhooed driver assistance features actually work in testing. (You know, the feature people are lulled into assuming will drive their cars for them, which then runs them into firetrucks?) The variety of presenters is really nice. I like the regular guys but it’s really nice to hear from the lady engineers.
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Talking Cars launched 10 years ago and published 421 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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