Fully Charged is a fun auto review show that regularly reviews and covers the most exciting, high-tech innovations in the electric vehicle industry. We have shared some of the work they do here in the past. If you’re interested in the cutting edge of automotive and clean energy technology, which regularly dodges in and out of the topics we cover here on CleanTechnica and sister site EV Obsession, you might be interested in having a go at a few of the Fully Charged videos over on YouTube. They sum up the show as, “Electric vehicle reviews and renewable energy discussion with Robert Llewellyn.”
A great start into the wild world of Fully Charged is the recently posted 2015 season wrap-up. Notable in this episode, host Robert Llewellyn (an actor and comedian by trade) spends the majority of the show driving around town in his Tesla Model S. It is a neat way to almost experience what it would be like in the passenger seat, rolling around in electric luxury, and reminds me a lot of what my wife’s Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive looks, feels, and sounds like… minus the Supercharging experience… or the range… or the huge touchscreen… but I digress.
The host brings a nice blend of humor, intellect, and insight, while at the same time keeping things very real. Actually, those are basically the same things that I love about the community that is CleanTechnica.
Anyhow, enough of me. Check out the show here:
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