Welcome to another episode of Cleantech Talk Today, where we discuss the latest batch of fresh electric vehicle & cleantech news. In this daily podcast and video series, we ramble on and on and on … and on … about anything electric that moves, crawls, flies, rides, drives, swims, swings, or skips.
Zach Shahan, Nicolas Zart, and I co-host this daily tour. You can stream the audio above or listen to the podcast via Soundcloud or iTunes. If you want to see our faces while we chat, scroll down to stream the video.
CleanTechnica Welcomes a Used BMW i3 to the Family
The big news for the CleanTechnica family this week was the addition of a new BMW i3 REx to the family. Our very own Zachary Shahan moved with his family from Poland to Florida. The move required that he leave Tesla Shuttle’s Tesla Model S in Poland, leaving Zach and the family to find a new car.
After spending a few days with the BMW i3 REx as a family car, Zach was ready to compare it to the Tesla Model S, the Model 3 and other electric cars in a Cleantech Talk Today episode that we may have a bit too much fun with. For all its quirks, or perhaps because of some of them, the BMW i3 is one of our favorite electric cars on the road today. Tune in to hear our take on the topic in Cleantech Talk Today #8.
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