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24 minutes ago, Daniel cain said:

I've not personally driven a full electric car....yet...but I have had a few goes on electric motorbikes/mountain bikes and it's instant....the power is there...quite nutts to be honest... would love a go in that R32 that greyman put up👌💥👍

He will convert anything mate, had a splitty camper out there a while back it was doing 0-60 in 2.6 seconds, he makes kits so you can remove the original engine and put the Tesla kit and battery’s on the same engine mounts so if you want to put them back original you can, he has a tube channel called zero ev  plastered the offices for him when he was first getting going, that’s a full Tesla drive train motor gearbox and controller mad power for something so small 👍👍

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got rid of my lambo......no room for me dogs....and besides i prefer this 17 year old Citroen berlingo ..complete with smelly dog odour and abandoned kids clothes and shoes...

Now that is car porn, electric will never beat that sound no matter the performance.

A lad I know made this, his company is now worth millions the car will leave a Bugatti standing don’t think internal combustion and gearbox’s will ever stand up against electric mate, the race is now

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The lad at works Tesla is f***ing insane 

think it was 65k , it’s immaculate inside , absolutely beautiful , quiet , shifts like nothing you’ve seen , it has no servicing other than brakes and tyres , it’s about a tenth of the fuel costs (costs him about 3.50 a day in electric for a hundred mile plus round trip) and works out 42k cheaper in depreciation and running costs over 5 years than a comparative marque. 
 

some piece of engineering like 

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The only thing that would bother me on an electric car is how well the battery holds up after a year or so of charging.

Take for example your mobile phone, once it's bedded in you might get a screen on time at about 6 hours, a year or so down the line you will lose some of that performance.

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13 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

The only thing that would bother me on an electric car is how well the battery holds up after a year or so of charging.

Take for example your mobile phone, once it's bedded in you might get a screen on time at about 6 hours, a year or so down the line you will lose some of that performance.

I’m sure they will be aware of that . 

I was very much in doubt of all of it but after seeing it in saturday , I’d say that the technology has evolved . 
 

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42 minutes ago, Greb147 said:

The only thing that would bother me on an electric car is how well the battery holds up after a year or so of charging.

Take for example your mobile phone, once it's bedded in you might get a screen on time at about 6 hours, a year or so down the line you will lose some of that performance.

8yr warranty on the battery on a Tesla car so who cares lol

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Some of the older tesla's had free charging on them. Dont think they do it anymore on the new ones but if you buy one of the old ones it's still valid....mad

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15 hours ago, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

The lad at works Tesla is f***ing insane 

think it was 65k , it’s immaculate inside , absolutely beautiful , quiet , shifts like nothing you’ve seen , it has no servicing other than brakes and tyres , it’s about a tenth of the fuel costs (costs him about 3.50 a day in electric for a hundred mile plus round trip) and works out 42k cheaper in depreciation and running costs over 5 years than a comparative marque. 
 

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Not sure the depreciation is much different to any other car mate i certainly cant see how it would be as much as that ?.....at the end of the day vehicle depreciation is dependant on the desirability of the make/model of the car at that particular time not what fuel it runs on.

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4 hours ago, gnasher16 said:

Not sure the depreciation is much different to any other car mate i certainly cant see how it would be as much as that ?.....at the end of the day vehicle depreciation is dependant on the desirability of the make/model of the car at that particular time not what fuel it runs on.

Not sure but that’s what he said . 
 

I’d imagine a high end comparative Mercedes or Audi wilL drop quite rapidly in value as opposed to a newer Tesla especially in corporate fleets 

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Was up Coventry way today... been doing a bit of business with Gibbs amphibians  .... now these things are what I'd choose...

Hummer boats... 60mph on land 30 knots on water....

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i know nothing about these elecy cars.....so forgive my question...

lets say you have two different elecy cars....and lets say they both take 1 hour to charge.....would the cost of that 1 hour charge be different ..?

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