Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe BMW i8 is a remarkable sports car. The car is a plug-in hybrid that debuted in 2013 at the NAIAS in Detroit. I was there with Green Living Guy Seth Leithman looking over the car. We geeked out over the design and charge-ability. The prototype only had a fuel efficiency of less than 2.5 L/100 km. But it’s real feature was the aluminum frame with carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP). Since then, the BMW i8 has gone through some great upgrades. The 2015 i8 holds a 7.1 kWh lithium-ion battery for 76 mpg and up to 330 miles total. Of course, you can get there pretty fast, as the i8 goes from 0-60 in 4.2 seconds. The striking exterior is an added feature to it’s EfficientDynamic ventilation technology. The BMW i8 will reduce coefficient of drag to improve overall aerodynamics. At the end...
We walk through the newest Ford Assembly line plant, where they can make all 3 types of cars in the same plant. Hybrid, Electric and E-nergi
Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIn part four, Ford’s Manager of Vehicle Electrification and Infrastructure, Mike Tinskey talks about how to charge your Hybrid and Electric vehicles. Mike talks about the home charging, and how Ford is partnering with multiple companies to place charging stations. The Focus and C-Max, along with a 6KW charging station, can get your car charged faster. Along with charging, they had to deliver a charging station. Working with Levitan, they developed a plug-and-play box that runs off 110v. This box is also portable – take the box with you. Ford is working with Best Buy for installation of this device. For $1499, you can get the box and standard installation. The 30% incentive will bring the price down, and the 10 year warranty will make sure your charge station will be in top shape. Mike also talked about the 19 markets that...
Part 3 of Ford: Power of Choice, John Davis talks the Ford C-MAX Hybrid and Electric vehicles.
Part 2 of Ford’s Power of Choice, Eric Kuehn talks about the Focus Electric car and the big differences. Who would be buying the car and why.
Ford Power of Change: Part 1 – Sherif Maraky talks about the Hybrid and Electric movements. He details the Focus and C-MAX vehicles and the consumer’s choice of change.
If you like this article, please DIGG it. Thanks! In Part 1, we looked at last years predictions. The numbers weren’t too shabby. This year, we’ve expanded the list to anyone that wanted to contribute. And Contributions I did get. 250 of them. I spent most of Friday night and subsequent morning filtering the list to a couple pages worth of information. We have CEO’s, CTO’s, Marketers, Podcasters and even a Psychic helping us with this years list. Of course at the end of the list I will be adding my 2 cents worth for 2009 on Page 2. So without any further ado, let’s get started.
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Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Show #2 Notes – 10/10/07 Length: 41:20 Nobel Prize Awarded for Hard Drive Pioneers Top Ten Strategic Technologies Seagate Hybrid Drive Vista and XP Service Packs Due Out… Next Year… Linux Wants Open BIOS Right Side or Left? NIN dumps Their Label RIAA – 1, Family – 0… Literally. Radios at Work Rhapsody On TiVO LINUX – The Preferred Server of Phishers 10 Years of Slashdot Invisibility Cloak? Stop Snoring Pillow Precision Butter Cutter? Links To Note: http://web.archive.org