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posted on 27/2/21

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/new-hyundai-ioniq-5-arrives-retro-design-292-mile-range

The new Hyundai Ioniq is pretty séxy. Like Toyota, Hyundai have really picked up the design of their cars in recent years

posted on 27/2/21

The Ioniq 5 is an impressive entry into the EV space. 350kw charging is quite a leap, It even has two plug sockets.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33qjeTyBswM&ab_channel=HyundaiWorldwide

It has certainly grabbed peoples attention. The EV space is really starting to heat up.

posted on 27/2/21

All the posh folk round here have Teslas. Massive increase in them. Definitely a market for the more upmarket electric cars.

posted on 27/2/21

I wouldn't mind a Tesla personally. I have been looking at them. I'll give it a few more years then decide.

posted on 27/2/21

comment by Amigawolf no longer MIA (U18508)
posted 58 minutes ago
I wouldn't mind a Tesla personally. I have been looking at them. I'll give it a few more years then decide.
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For performance alone Tesla are what I’d be looking at..but not yet though.

posted on 27/2/21

To be honest there is a lot to recommend a Tesla. It is the stand out EV at the moment.

But there is plenty of choice appearing in the EV space. If anyone is still doubting our EV future. They really are blind to what is happening.

posted on 3/3/21

Ok, I have posted this a couple of times, the link gets taken down.

Now I have one from Fully Charged that will remain.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk-LnUYEXuM&ab_channel=FullyChargedShow

posted on 16/3/21

VW are all in on the electric revolution. This is a presentation they did yesterday, showing their roadmap to electrification.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdnRfNwj1Fg&t=2203s&ab_channel=VolkswagenNews

I'm not sure how interesting it will be for people. I'm posting it to show any doubters that are still left, That electrification is inevitable.

posted on 16/3/21

Well with the petrol and diesel ban being just 9 years away now, it's rather inevitable. So like with retail and the internet, any car manufacturer who doesn't act fast will be a goner.

posted on 16/3/21

There is no doubt legacy auto have been dragging their feet when it comes to electrification, and have for years actively fought to slow it down. desperate to hold onto their current business model.

All they have actually done is gift Tesla a huge advantage in the EV space, and they are now all playing catch up. Some will not survive this transition, and and I include some big names in that.

One things for sure, EV's are the future on our roads.

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