This week we discuss the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E all-electric SUV, sharing our first impressions on the driving dynamics, the screen-dominated interior, and if we think it is worthy of the Mustang badge. Tesla recently unveiled big changes to its Model S sedan and Model X SUV, introducing a yoke-style steering wheel, and foregoing turn signal and gear selector stalks in favor of touch capacitive buttons and screen controls. We speculate what these changes will mean for drivers, and touch on other EV-related topics, including maintaining electric vehicle battery health, if electric cars wear out tires faster than a traditional vehicle, and what all this new technology means for auto reliability.
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00:00 – Introduction
00:31 – Redesigned Tesla Model S
07:50 – 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E First Impressions
21:15 – Question #1: Could EV technology improve overall reliability of cars in the future?
23:39 – Question #2: Do Teslas and other EVs wear out tires more than regular cars?
25:54 – Question #3: What is the proper way of maintaining an electric vehicle’s battery health?
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