Inside China's Push for Electric Cars.
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Toyota Adds Solar Roof to New Japanese Prius.
Vehicles Powered By Solar, Electric Moving Into the Market.
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Ya... but the electric batteries... like zillions of them... it's actually going to be an issue too. Electric is an intermediary step. I'm waiting for the compressed air car. Run on air and regenerated by the energy from moving through the air... Make it safe, which is doable... and why would that not be best?
The actual problem is they are not coming out with solar panels that is 250 more percent efficient so we won't have to plug in at all or switch out or batteries and plus the batteries are not lightwait the batteries need to be extremely lightweight but hold even longer charge than they ever held before they have the technology to do this but I think they're just lazy and don't want to do it they can also make them so cheap that a vehicle would only cost $500 so everybody can buy one
Tokyo is the largest or one of the largest cities in the world. The number of cars per thousand people are a lot more in Japan than in China.
Obviously Tokyo doesn't have the same amount of pollution that some cities in China have.
The great polluter in China is the burning of coal.
If China is serious regarding it's pollution, it should burn less coal, invest more in renewable energy and have stiffer air pollution regulations.
The electric car is a commodity just as toilet paper, solar roof tiles, and bicycles. Only mass production of photostatic products sold at affordable price point will reach the masses. Guess who will win the race? Hint, it's not TSLA with a forward P/E of 131. The TSLA existential threat started a couple years ago. Tesla bubble will become more obvious by the day. The winners will be the low cost producers that provide the greatest value to consumers. IMHO. G'Day!
tremarri morris not in gas cars because most components operate on gas engine, they're tied together and are not electric. For EV the reason is because it's not convenient and doesnt really extend battery life by much so it's best to just focus on improving the technology since energy is so affordable in America.
The problem is greedy big oil corporations who have been working hand in hand with the car manufacturers to suppress the clean energy technology. This is the biggest problem for humanity the sheer greed of these corporations!! The sooner we stop burning gasoline and start using renewable technologies the world will become a much better place in all aspects!!
ATTENTION FOREIGN COUNTRIES WITH POLLUTION PROBLEMS...
WHAT IS BETTER FOR YOUR HEALTH ? ELECTRIC CARS AND 95% LESS POLLUTION... OR GAS CARS AND TERRIBLE HEALTH FOR EVERYONE IN YOUR COUNTRY..?
PRINCE MICHAEL GIOVANNI...
No doubt that China will be the leader in EV, if they aren't already. The pace towards this inevitability greatly accelerated, thanks to trump's "clean coal" initiative, de-emphasis on technological research and education, and abandonment of the Paris accord,
Germany built the VW for the common folks. They are inexpensive and reliable. They also build Mercedes for the high end consumers. Guess which company took over the Mercedes in the long run. One has to be realistic to accept the fact that walking is first before running. But even more importantly one has to take the first step. It is exiting to see so many innovators on EV taking the first steps.
Now? China has been the leader in EV's for the longest time. China has had hordes of ebikes but were contaminated by the entitlement of owning cars and esp. ICE vehicles. However, China has also had e-cars for the longest time as well way before Tesla. I would know because I've been inquiring from china for the longest time. They had a lot of basic e-sedans esp. no frills unlike the BYD. But it wasn't popular back then because they never had government support unlike now. It's just too bad that China took this long to figure out the ignorance of ICE vehicles. But at least they figured this out, which is more than can be said than most other countries.
WHITE RACIST HATE-FILLED AMERIKKKA IS SO BUSY HATING AND TRYING TO STOP AMERICAN BLACK PEOPLE FROM THRIVING AND TRYNIG TO CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIETY IN A POSITIVE MANNER UNTIL THEIR BEING SURPASSED EVERYDAY BY NEW CHINESE TECHNOLOGY..
Hi Richard, thank you for posting an informative video on automotive future. Do you think that it is possible to develop 400 lbs autos (under 200 kg) that could reach speeds of 40-45 MPH (70 KMH) like smaller 2 seater autos with much simpler design? Because with how slow we drive in-town (focus on the "in-town" driving) and how much traffic there actually is, we rarely get to drive faster than 40MPH anyways... Also most cars on the road only have one person in them (the driver). So all this to say is that our automobiles are very much over built (for "in-town" driving).
I am just trying to offer some forward thinking ideas out there in a forum where people might be able to read about some honesty regarding our automobile habits here in the western USA. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
It won't work, at least not in China. China gets 70 percent of its electrical power by burning coal. Another 5 percent of the energy is lost heating wires and transformers in the power grid. Electric cars will therefore produce more pollution and CO2 than gasoline powered cars. It's just moved from the car's tailpipe to the power plant smoke stack.
please innovate and create a universal wheel or regulator which can convert solar and revert different energies into different energy fast or slow as needed to balance all energies..such as a regulator in solar panel will control the energy need of the panel but the surplus will revert to sun....like this.....
China is suffering the same smog London did back in 1952 ("the great smog"). Its amazing how rapidly China is advancing and how it's embracing new technologies. If the west doesn't pull it's finger out in just a couple of decades all the high technology in this sector will be in the Far East.
It does seem their government is more interested is solving energy problem than protecting the cartels of energy providers. When innovation is encourage advancement us inevitable. We used to have that in the UK, we have centuries of pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation. Since the 1970's and the EU we have nothing to point at and say look we're still leading the pack.
Some lunatic maniac love hear "sound"of machine(and act that sound was the life support)....another dickhead compare about polution cause electric VE(and don't want to know if technology Will be better and better)
China already makes electric cars/m'cycles for past 30 years and is way advanced to the rest of the world. China also makes most of the batteries, motors and transmission for most all other electric cars throughout the planet. They are the world leaders in electric vehicles.
The change from fossil fueled cars to electric cars is analogous to the change from VHS to DVD. Everything just get better performance, simpler and far more durable due to less moving parts. Say goodbye to dirty engine oil and filter changes.
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