Why thermal cars bother me....

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Re: Why thermal cars bother me....




by Macro » 07/08/22, 01:01

Gildas wrote:Don't laugh, the Citroën Ami is selling like hot cakes!


Confirmed by the guy I was transporting today, an executive at PSA... Town halls, post offices, administrations (Europeans are fighting for it
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by AD 44 » 07/08/22, 06:11

Macro wrote:...more than 800 km of which the last 300 has more than 160 on the Autoroute and 130 on the departmental ...


And so... Is it worth bringing it back here? Do you take some pride in it?
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by Remundo » 07/08/22, 08:27

Macro wrote:after more than 800 km, the last 300 of which has more than 160 on the autoroute and 130 on the departmental roads with a vw caravelle .... I'm in downhill mode again after shooting adré before sleeping ... after being locked up for 7 hours with a family of 7 1/2 people (5 moms and another in the making) in the minibus...

but you are driving at breakneck speed : Mrgreen: with so many children + pregnant woman, well say so... : roll:
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by Janic » 07/08/22, 08:43

but you drive at breakneck speed I : Mrgreen: with so many children + pregnant woman, well say so... : roll:
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by Macro » 07/08/22, 08:59

Remundo wrote:but you are driving at breakneck speed : Mrgreen: with so many children + pregnant woman, well say so... : roll:


empty return...

In charge I respect the maximum GPS speeds + verbalization margin... No one has ever complained of arriving home in the time provided by waze
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by Macro » 07/08/22, 09:09

AD 44 wrote:
Macro wrote:...more than 800 km of which the last 300 has more than 160 on the Autoroute and 130 on the departmental ...


And so... Is it worth bringing it back here? Do you take some pride in it?


No, but a soft half, when I double the Tesla which rolls at 110 to go to go to the next terminal : Cheesy:
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by Remundo » 07/08/22, 09:14

despite progress in battery capacity and relatively quick charging...

hydrocarbons are unbeatable over long distances, especially if the vehicle is energy-intensive (like a highway or a tow, or just a big family baby).

it's still not a reason to arsouille, but you do as you want, in any case at these speeds and such distances, you have every chance of losing your license, in particular the 130 on national... : roll:
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by Macro » 07/08/22, 09:30

I left at 10 a.m. yesterday morning and returned at midnight .... To do 820 km ..... 14 hours of driving to do 820 km ..... on the first 500 km the dsg box does not have much hung the latest report : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

And then yesterday it was special... I benefited from the protection of the Almighty : Cheesy: the family I dropped off said a prayer before I left to thank them for taking them to the end of the trip and granting their driver protection for the return...It worked...I'm in life this morning... : Cheesy:
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by Remundo » 07/08/22, 12:16

yeah and Almighty God will send you lots of beautiful paid photos, a sign of his Benevolence. : Mrgreen:
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by Flytox » 07/08/22, 12:48

sicetaitsimple wrote:
Christophe wrote:Ah, 2035 is in 40 years? : Shock:



No, but seen today (to be confirmed, we'll see) 2035 would be the end of the commercialization of thermal vehicles, so about twenty more years for them to be mostly cooked, it brings around 2055/2060 for a fleet of private vehicles almost 100% electric.


Yes.. and in the meantime there will have been a big shortage of copper and other metals / rare earths for the manufacture of cars and other accumulators.... the vast majority of electric vehicles are a concept more than a reality .... : Mrgreen:

https://basta.media/Quand-le-monde-manquera-de-metaux

A shortage of copper in 2040?

True “reserves” are limited. Reserves are identified resources that can technically be extracted at the current price. Copper reserves are thus 10 times less than the total quantity present on the planet [000]. Humanity currently consumes 2 million tons per year, especially for electrical wires. which leaves, at constant production, thirty years before running out of copper.


"A constant production" with a global car fleet to renew ??? : Wink:
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