InsideEVs Podcast episodes

Discussion in 'General' started by Domenick, Apr 25, 2020.

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  1. Episode 177.

    I would expect Tesla will have to extend the cables on these chargers, given the CT's proximity to the bollards and charge port location. Maybe a hitch receiver dock could be an alternate for positive location.
    Additionally, if 2 of these are charging side by side, is there enough room to get out?:confused:
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2023
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  3. Episode 178.

    Welcome back Alex Goy, and new guest host Patrick George.
    Not the most favorable reviews on the New Gen Kona EV, needs faster charging, good for errands, and "BONGS" too much.
    As suggested, it depends on the price point, as to what features are offered if it does indeed enter a higher one, and the value included with that.
  4. Episode 180.

    Some interesting commentary on the UAW position concerning EV and battery manufacturing.
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  5. marshall

    marshall Well-Known Member

    Someone needs to talk to that British woman about her rambling on and on, either that or get rid on her.
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  7. I don't watch it anymore, even just snippets. They just seemed way too disconnected to my interests.
  8. marshall

    marshall Well-Known Member

    I don't watch it. I listen to the podcast on my daily walks and she rambles on and on.
  9. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Well-Known Member Subscriber

    Confession time about why I don't watch/listen to some podcasts:
    • Already have two EVs - I really don't need a review of some future EV given my 'fleet' for a single, retired engineer.
    • EVSEs - I have one at home and another JuiceBox 40 Pro I maintain at a local business.
      • Plugshare tells me all I need to know about charging.
    • Thank you for the A2Z pointer as my Tesla CCS-1 kit arrives Monday.
    Bob Wilson
  10. Episode 181.

    I am a bit surprised no mention of Kia/Genesis media release concerning NACS compatibility. This would have blended well with the Hyundai NACS release story as it specifically mentions the autopay convenience together navigation showing availability, status and pricing. Will also be a huge benefit with nav pre-conditioning to enable the fastest charging rate.
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  12. Episode 182.

    The ability to carry a scooter or e-bike in the back of the Kia EV3 and use the V2L outlet to charge them (as brought up by Patrick) is important and also as Hazel mentions the benefit to aerodynamics compared to the drag from an external carrier.
    Two points on this:
    (1) I would expect the charging ability in the rear area only be useful when the car is parked (not in run mode) - limiting recharging of the e-bike not on the way to or between destinations for example.
    (2) The safety aspect - include appropriate support hardware (hooks, brackets etc) and strapping locations so the e-bike does not become a flying missile in the event of sudden deceleration.
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2023
  13. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member Subscriber

    On the Ioniq Forum, member kimguroo wrote "Yes. You can use interior v2l when you drive."
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  14. Same is true for the F150 lightning. All 9.6 kws can be used while driving.
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  15. Thanks for that, I wasn't aware the option was available while driving.
    That's what great about this forum, you can learn something new just about every day:)
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  16. Episode 188.

    Unsurprisingly, Cybertruck dominates this week's episode.
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    vadapaavoo New Member

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