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RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

It’s true that GM doesn’t seem to be paying attention to Aerodynamics. At this point they seem to be only planning annual production of 10,000 to 30,000 vehicles so not really a serious effort. No word on wether they’ll keep producing the bolt which has seen sales fall below 20,000 units. At some point they will have to mass produce an EV but no one knows what that will be right now.Production is the easy part. GM need to build a compelling EV that people actual want to buy. Even then GM will have to force feed the independent dealer network to actually push to sell these EVs and wreck the dealers profitable business model of over maintaining ICE vehicles. 3,000 mile oil change may actually end with EVs. But part of it the price point. I'm not a GM fan but the bolt is a solid little car. Whats killing it is the MSRP is pretty much the same as a Tesla model 3 SR. When the consumer checks both out it's over before it starts and that is obvious in the sales figures. GM has to close the gap on at least a few of these areas before they can charge even close to the model 3. * Autopilot (Bolt doesnt even have TACC) * Performance * Security * Drive up access to a national network of chargers. EG, no apps to start charging, RFID cards etc. Just plug it in and charge, all the billing is automatic. * Voice control on the most basic model. * Better seats It really doesn't need any of the above if its a 25000 dollar car, but at 37000, UGH. A basic standard range Tesla without autopilot is 35000 bucks. They have to get serious if they want their sales people to not embarrass themselves when they sell them. Our local lot still has 2019's waiting for customers and yet the number of model 3's in town just keeps growing. Mostly SR pluses but still. The bolt starts to make sense around 10 grand cheaper than the model 3. At that point its a solid buy. GM is not the only manufacturer with these problems. The rest do as well although the Leaf SL Plus is optioned out pretty close to a model 3 SR Plus ...and still a little pricey in comparison. All the above JMHO of course.
Reisender 08/03/20 09:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Charging an Electric Vehicle

If your commute is less than 30 miles a day I wouldn't worry about 240 volts AT ALL. We used 120 volts for years with our Nissan Leaf. We only eventually put in a 240 volt EVSE because our needs changed. Even at that it was rare that we needed the extra charge capacity. You can see that our EVSE (charge cable) that came with the car is literally plugged into our christmas light soffitt plug. I echo time2rolls comments in that the nissan leaf is not well suited to a Las Vegas climate as there is no active battery cooling. Nissan leafs are excellent vehicles and the most problem free bullet proof vehicle we have ever owned. But I would not own one in a Vegas environment. Maybe a chevy bolt or one of the korean models. They all have good reputations. Not so much the Fords. I wouldn't avoid a Tesla for reliability reasons. They don't score well with JD powers because of their complexity but then again none of the top brands do. We haven't had ours long enough to give a real assessment but in about 3.5 months the only issue we have had was a squeaky dash which tesla looked after. Teslas are not little cars so take that into consideration. I'll include a couple shots of our Leaf and Tesla for size comparison. The Chevy Bolt is slightly smaller than the leaf again. The Leaf was an easy fit in our garage. Not so much the Tesla. The Bolt would be an even better fit. When the seats are down in a Bolt it is a pretty big flat area in the back. As piano Tuna mentioned the Kona is also a great choice and well thought of. Anyway, drive em all and see what you like. There are some smokin deals on left over 2019 Chevy Bolts right now. Kinda low tech but great little cars and they have active cooling. By the way, most EV's will go about 4 miles on one KW of power. I don't know what your power rate is in Vegas but if its 10 cents per KWH it will cost you about a dime to drive to Home Depot as you mentioned...oh...and another dime to get home I suppose. Cheers. https://live.staticflickr.com/966/27330875507_46c048d065_c.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49975376263_73289a791f_c.jpg https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49824268457_248ce03fc9_c.jpg
Reisender 08/03/20 05:26pm Tech Issues
RE: Cybertruck has 400 horses

Cybertruck versus Rubicon or Fordyce Creek trails would be interesting to watch. I’m not in the know much on extreme 4 x 4 Ing. I think it’s kinda cool watching the you tube videos though. First impressions are it would be a pretty big vehicle for those applications. Cybertruck are the size of a F150 with 6.5 box. Too big???? We use to have a wrangler. It was small and could get into some crazy places.
Reisender 08/03/20 09:55am Tow Vehicles
RE: Cybertruck has 400 horses

Interesting article in Electrek on the Cybertruck. https://electrek.co/2020/08/03/tesla-cybertruck-elon-musk-kick-most-ass/
Reisender 08/03/20 08:17am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

It’s true that GM doesn’t seem to be paying attention to Aerodynamics. At this point they seem to be only planning annual production of 10,000 to 30,000 vehicles so not really a serious effort. No word on wether they’ll keep producing the bolt which has seen sales fall below 20,000 units. At some point they will have to mass produce an EV but no one knows what that will be right now. So you continue to talk **** about GM, and then ignore my statements that you should go research what GM has publicly released. Updated Bolt, Cadillac Lyriq, GMC Hummer, and all the others! Not talking bad about anyone. I have read about their plans. I think the bolt is a great little car. They just don’t produce very many and are priced to close to Tesla’s so they have a hard time selling them. There are still 100’s of 2019’s for sale across the continent. GM is the one that said hummers will not be built in high production numbers. Ford and GM together Hey are only forecasted to produce 320,000 EV’s combined by 2026. So yah. At this point they haven’t decided to go into serious EV production yet. I’m sure they will eventually. But at this point it doesn’t seem like it’s part of their business plan. Nothing wrong with that. As long as they and their shareholders are fine with it then all is good. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/electrek.co/2020/03/26/gm-and-ford-plan-to-make-320k-evs-in-2026-less-than-teslas-output-in-2019/amp/ I’m not a GM guy mostly because any vehicle we have owned from them has been junk and certainly nothing one would keep past a warranty date. But it doesn’t mean I want to see a North American company that employs many crash and burn. Having said that another bail out wouldn’t amuse me either. Cheers.
Reisender 08/03/20 07:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

Elon Musk is sitting front center of the control room when shown on the feed video. Yah. He is the fourth guy in on the front wearing the black mask. He should be wearing one of my wifes masks. Just sayin... :) https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50144666203_b9cb906598_c.jpg
Reisender 08/02/20 12:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

A bit more SpaceX than Tesla/Semi but is anyone watching the first reentry of the manned Dragon capsule? NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV I see this as the same type of dedication and technology that goes into Tesla vehicles. Final 11 minute re-entry burn is in progress as I post. Now committed to the return and splashdown. Yah. Been watching it with the morning coffee. Probably hang out for the splashdown and then back to work. (Honeydo list)
Reisender 08/02/20 12:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Pulling more than 50 amps ?

Side note. For Our Tesla you can dial it right back to 8 amps with 120 or 240 volts. Kinda handy in power sharing situations. Not the case with our leaf that runs flat out at 27 amps all the time.Yes the LEAF maximum rate is controlled by the charging cord it is connected to. LEAF will most certainly charge at slower rates down to the 6 amp minimum of the charging standard. Ah yes. Poor explanation on my point. We have a Juicebox that can be wifi controlled down to 8 ish amps. Good catch. On the leaf it’s done on the EVSE (cord). On the Tesla it’s done on the car.
Reisender 08/01/20 05:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Pulling more than 50 amps ?

In practical terms on a 50 amp pedestal you can draw 40 amps st 240 volts continually. We have an electric car and we sometimes do that. Real world experience. Visiting a friend with a Newell with three AC’s, all running as well as a bunch of other things. Our Electric vehicle hooked up to his pedastal via a Y connector off the box pulling16 amps at 240. No problem. Yes, 40A at 240V is correct and possible, that is 9600W draw. 50A at 240 is 12,000W. However, what most folks seem to miss is a RV "50A" connection IS actually a COMBINATION connection, it is a 120V/240V connection, it has a NEUTRAL which allows for not only 240V appliances but 120V appliances also. This means you can use a combination of 120V AND 240V appliances on this connection. Pure 240V ONLY devices do not need and are not wired for the Neutral. Home water heaters, deep well water pumps, heavy duty air compressors, high BTU home A/C units typically fall into the category of 240V ONLY. Your high amperage car charger is is using BOTH the hot legs (L1 and L2) and not the neutral so it is subject to BOTH of those breakers limits which is 50A or 12,000W and would fall into the pure 240V only category. Now, for 120V loads, you use only ONE of the Lines coming in (L1 OR L2) PLUS THE NEUTRAL and you can draw a max of 6,000W at 120V (50A). With 50A 120/240 service you actually have the same as TWO 50A at 120V (6,000W) power feeds. In reality you could say that for 120V appliances you actually you have up to 100A of capacity (12,000W). You however cannot "combine or connect" L1 and L2 together because they are out of phase (one positive and one negative going). Adding two voltages out of phase CANCELS the voltage and in this case creates a huge short and the result would be zero volts. Typical RV 50A 120/240 will put MOST of the loads on the L1 "leg" and very few loads on the L2 leg. L2 on the RV is often reserved for the second or third AC unit. It is done this way to allow a 50A RV to hook up to a 120V ONLY 15A-30A pedestal and have MOST of the RV get power although at very limited amperage of course. Wow. I actually understood that...and that’s sayin something. :). Thanks dude. Side note. For Our Tesla you can dial it right back to 8 amps with 120 or 240 volts. Kinda handy in power sharing situations. Not the case with our leaf that runs flat out at 27 amps all the time.
Reisender 08/01/20 04:43pm Tech Issues
RE: Travel into Canada

As well, the Csnadian border is presently closed to Americans and probably will be till the next year. Exceptions are made for transitting to Alaska if you are a resident. Fines are stiff. Failure to comply with the current border restrictions is an offence under the Quarantine Act and could lead to: up to $750,000 in fines, and/or imprisonment of up to 6 months If you cause a risk of imminent death or serious bodily harm to another person while willfully or recklessly contravening this act or the regulations, you could be liable for: up to $1,000,000 in fines, and/or imprisonment of up to 3 years Wait till this Covid thing is over and then come on up and have a beer.
Reisender 08/01/20 01:07pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Pulling more than 50 amps ?

In practical terms on a 50 amp pedestal you can draw 40 amps st 240 volts continually. We have an electric car and we sometimes do that. Real world experience. Visiting a friend with a Newell with three AC’s, all running as well as a bunch of other things. Our Electric vehicle hooked up to his pedastal via a Y connector off the box pulling16 amps at 240. No problem.
Reisender 08/01/20 11:03am Tech Issues
RE: Covid 19 warning

I was always under the impression that CA health was pretty good. Now I’m confused when JaxDad said: The driver said that while he waiting in the emergency reception area a family of 6 came in showing obvious symptoms of being sick and were seeking testing, they were told it would be $200 per test, plus, plus, plus whatever else they could charge them. So COVID tests aren’t included??? Dave I read that "JaxDad" post as the hospital visit happening in the USA after a minor traffic accident there. That’s the way I read it too.
Reisender 07/31/20 05:05pm Snowbirds
RE: Covid 19 warning

Tequila, if I'm not mistaken wasn't the US Gov paying a 20% premium to the medical centres dealing with positive COVID cases at the front end? Hence there was a lot of debate, about "interest in having more positive cases"!! As far as the private insurance set up down there goes. Someone in Winterhaven Fla within the last week was kicked out and sent home waaaaay too soon, as seems to be the practice there right now, due to such a high volume of cases. Being a UK expat some decades ago, and proud Canadian ever since, I feel grateful every day I've been on this earth to have access to the health care service my family have our whole lives. Yes, I know sometimes it gets strained and you hear of others waiting long times for treatments, but as far as we go we have zero complaints in when we've needed it. Yes the system is stressed although I think that has a lot to do with aging demographics.(the demand for services for older people could decrease a lot if covid wipes more of us out) My wife was diagnosed with breast cancer 5 years ago. 18 months of chemo and the bastards charged her for parking. We have personally not experienced delays for anything, but I am sure it happens. Our extended family has been hit with everything from heart issues to cancer and hip operations and the systym has treated us good,,,other than that paid parking thing. :). There is always room for improvement though.
Reisender 07/31/20 12:42pm Snowbirds
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

What has been the approximate depreciation of a BEV operated 30,000mi / year from 5 years ago? Very brand dependant. Tesla model 3 has the least annual depreciation of any vehicle at about 5 to 10 percent per year. BMW i3 has the worst at 38 per cent. Best to google it though because even within TESLA brand it varies widely. Model X is the worst and model 3 is the best. Also region dependant. Leaf batteries have always had trouble with heat and degradation. Leafs sold in Spain and the southern US see significant depreciation. Leafs sold in Canada and Norway much less as there was/is little battery degradation. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/insideevs.com/news/399758/tesla-model-3-best-car-buy-new/amp/
Reisender 07/31/20 06:19am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

And for those who value the distance game that will continue to be an advantage. But for those who don’t spend 8 hours a day towing and just want to go fishing with the trailer in tow the EV tow vehicle will have a ton of advantages... I don't spend 8 hours a day towing and it still won't work for me. Most people around here have to travel at least an hour and a half to get to a good fishing lake or two and a half hours to get to the coast to go bay fishing. Many people around here also take their RV's to the coast every summer as well which is two and a half to three and a half hours depending on which part of the Texas coast you are going. Then there is the fact that many of us travel three to five hours down to the valley/border areas to hunt and many camp houses do not have electricity. There is also the fact that most ranchers in south Texas are weekend ranchers that live in the city yet have cattle many miles away on property that was handed down to them over generations. Our farm/ranch in 45 minutes away from where I live and if I have to take cattle to the auction then that is another 30 minutes away towing a 7k+ cattle trailer. Not to mention all of the idle time while trying to get the cattle rounded up and don't dare tell me that we should turn the vehicle off in 100+ heat. This is common here in my part of Texas. So I don't tow 8 hours a day and never have yet it still won't work for me unless it either has a 500 empty/400 towing mile range, can take spare batteries with me, or I can charge it in minutes at a fuel station. Sounds like it wouldn’t work for you. But for many I think it would. 300 miles towing would be more than adequate for many, including us. There are hundreds of camping and fishing spots around here that would be accessible for us under those conditions. I’m sure there will be EV tow vehicles that will be able to do 300 miles towing a 7000 pound trailer. The telsa cyber truck will not do close to 300 miles towing, it does like 300 miles normally. 300 miles towing 7k pounds is not in the technology's capabilities now. I highly doubt the chevy will do anything more then that. In the future maybe, if they get battery tec better , or cheaper and lighter . But now thats basicly a flying car. Yes , i know they have them also. I don’t think they have published any towing distances for the Cybertruck. Regardless. Sooner or later there will be EV’s that can tow 300 miles. Why??? Cause there is a market for it. You are correct, but the same system was used in the towing of the tesla sedan, if you do the calculations ot wasn't good. And there trailer wasn't that big. I did them a while back, off the top of my head it drained the battery a lot faster. And that was a real life test. Expect simmiler results from the truck. Yes it will get better as the batteries get bigger , but now that we basicly made the whole undercarage a battery, the new ones need to be more efficient. They ran out of space. Just stating what i see, i wanted to buy one but had to get something i could atually use. Soon. But not now. It’ll be interesting to see how it plays out.
Reisender 07/30/20 09:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

Cut and paste from the article. Wow. Just wow. 1,000 horsepowers 11,500 pound feet of torque Open air infinity roof Modular sky panels 0 to 60 mph acceleration in 3 seconds Adrenaline Mode Crab Mode Ultium Battery Super fast charging Next Gen SuperCruise Ultra vision camera Here’s a link. https://electrek.co/2020/07/29/gmc-hummer-electric-pickup-new-pictures-features/ GM sure makes lot o promises and exagerated claims while Tesla is eatin their lunch Ive been drivin Chevy for many years but Tesla Cybrtrk will be my next truck Hummer looks way too ugly plus they have no SCharger network Also aerodynamics play big role in geting good mpg/range Make a truck like the old Holden UTE and I might be interested https://youtu.be/whoAXWlbUSg It’s true that GM doesn’t seem to be paying attention to Aerodynamics. At this point they seem to be only planning annual production of 10,000 to 30,000 vehicles so not really a serious effort. No word on wether they’ll keep producing the bolt which has seen sales fall below 20,000 units. At some point they will have to mass produce an EV but no one knows what that will be right now.
Reisender 07/30/20 09:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

I don’t think they have published any towing distances for the Cybertruck. Regardless. Sooner or later there will be EV’s that can tow 300 miles. Why??? Cause there is a market for it. I'm sure there will be as battery tech improves. Based on my wild guesses from watching various EV towing videos, it's going to take about 1-1.2 kWh per mile to tow a large travel trailer. (I noticed that like most EV "teaser" video there was no mention of battery specs) At that number will never improve, physics are physics, and EVs are already much better than ICE vehicles at utilizing energy efficiently. There's just not much efficiency left to gain. What will (and needs to) improve is the stored energy density of batteries, as well as how quickly said batteries can be charged, which will in turn push the limits of electric utility infrastructure. A lot of people mistakenly think that EV technology will follow the exponential growth of efficiency that data processing and storage have experience. But there is a huge difference between the virtual and real. Trudat. But if you go back to the old discussions from 9 years ago from the Nissan Leaf everybody said the same thing about the 72 mile range. Batteries and efficiency were as good as they were going to get and range wouldn’t get any better. But packaging got better, efficiency got better, aerodynamics got better. And every step of the way people said “yah but this is as good as it gets”. And then it got better again. And now some models are north of 400 miles and most are north of 250 miles. Our model 3 is north of 300 miles range. Our first EV had a fast charge rate of 50 kw. Now we see speeds of 250 kw on V3 fast chargers. A lot of this in the last 5 years. Price parity was supposed to be a decade away. Now there isn’t a single premium sports sedan that will touch the performance and features of a 50,000 Tesla model 3. Go for a drive in a 50,000 dollar BMW and see what you get. Then go for a drive in a model 3 AWD with performance boost...and hang on. We are no where near the limits of EV’s yet. Jmho.
Reisender 07/30/20 08:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

And for those who value the distance game that will continue to be an advantage. But for those who don’t spend 8 hours a day towing and just want to go fishing with the trailer in tow the EV tow vehicle will have a ton of advantages... I don't spend 8 hours a day towing and it still won't work for me. Most people around here have to travel at least an hour and a half to get to a good fishing lake or two and a half hours to get to the coast to go bay fishing. Many people around here also take their RV's to the coast every summer as well which is two and a half to three and a half hours depending on which part of the Texas coast you are going. Then there is the fact that many of us travel three to five hours down to the valley/border areas to hunt and many camp houses do not have electricity. There is also the fact that most ranchers in south Texas are weekend ranchers that live in the city yet have cattle many miles away on property that was handed down to them over generations. Our farm/ranch in 45 minutes away from where I live and if I have to take cattle to the auction then that is another 30 minutes away towing a 7k+ cattle trailer. Not to mention all of the idle time while trying to get the cattle rounded up and don't dare tell me that we should turn the vehicle off in 100+ heat. This is common here in my part of Texas. So I don't tow 8 hours a day and never have yet it still won't work for me unless it either has a 500 empty/400 towing mile range, can take spare batteries with me, or I can charge it in minutes at a fuel station. Sounds like it wouldn’t work for you. But for many I think it would. 300 miles towing would be more than adequate for many, including us. There are hundreds of camping and fishing spots around here that would be accessible for us under those conditions. I’m sure there will be EV tow vehicles that will be able to do 300 miles towing a 7000 pound trailer. The telsa cyber truck will not do close to 300 miles towing, it does like 300 miles normally. 300 miles towing 7k pounds is not in the technology's capabilities now. I highly doubt the chevy will do anything more then that. In the future maybe, if they get battery tec better , or cheaper and lighter . But now thats basicly a flying car. Yes , i know they have them also. I don’t think they have published any towing distances for the Cybertruck. Regardless. Sooner or later there will be EV’s that can tow 300 miles. Why??? Cause there is a market for it.
Reisender 07/30/20 07:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

And for those who value the distance game that will continue to be an advantage. But for those who don’t spend 8 hours a day towing and just want to go fishing with the trailer in tow the EV tow vehicle will have a ton of advantages... I don't spend 8 hours a day towing and it still won't work for me. Most people around here have to travel at least an hour and a half to get to a good fishing lake or two and a half hours to get to the coast to go bay fishing. Many people around here also take their RV's to the coast every summer as well which is two and a half to three and a half hours depending on which part of the Texas coast you are going. Then there is the fact that many of us travel three to five hours down to the valley/border areas to hunt and many camp houses do not have electricity. There is also the fact that most ranchers in south Texas are weekend ranchers that live in the city yet have cattle many miles away on property that was handed down to them over generations. Our farm/ranch in 45 minutes away from where I live and if I have to take cattle to the auction then that is another 30 minutes away towing a 7k+ cattle trailer. Not to mention all of the idle time while trying to get the cattle rounded up and don't dare tell me that we should turn the vehicle off in 100+ heat. This is common here in my part of Texas. So I don't tow 8 hours a day and never have yet it still won't work for me unless it either has a 500 empty/400 towing mile range, can take spare batteries with me, or I can charge it in minutes at a fuel station. Sounds like it wouldn’t work for you. But for many I think it would. 300 miles towing would be more than adequate for many, including us. There are hundreds of camping and fishing spots around here that would be accessible for us under those conditions. I’m sure there will be EV tow vehicles that will be able to do 300 miles towing a 7000 pound trailer.
Reisender 07/30/20 05:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Hummer has crazy good specs. 1000 HP and 1150 torque.

Not sure how they are calculating horsepower, but if I applied the same math they used to come up with the 11,500 lb-ft of torque then my 2014 CTD makes over 13,500 lb-ft at the wheel. The difference is that the Electric Vehicle has all it's torque available from zero RPM all the way to the top speed of the vehicle. Not that it matters for tow vehicles, but that is the major reason internal combustion vehicles get waxed by electric vehicles in a drag race. They might get waxed in a drag race, but it only takes me 10 minutes to gas up and get back on the road. So , i will win the distance race. And for those who value the distance game that will continue to be an advantage. But for those who don’t spend 8 hours a day towing and just want to go fishing with the trailer in tow the EV tow vehicle will have a ton of advantages...including refueling overnight at the campground or at home. Is that a signigicant part of the market? Who knows. But for those who don’t use their half tons for the long haul the superior performance of the Electric truck or SUV will be Very attractive. So all manufacturers need to have their foot in that door. Not to mention dec 31 2039 is coming and there will be lots of regions in North America where it will be illegal to sell anything with a tail pipe. The ideas are good, electric just isnt there yet. With more power stations and such it may get there. But tbh we have no real idea of the drains towing will make on these vehicals. We have the one tesla ocar that towed a bit and the toll the towing took on the battery was a lot. So, in the future it may be a viable option. Or as you said, a small TT going a short distance. Its just not there yet. You can get exiced about it. But right now its more of an oddity, or something to oh and ah over. Its not nessassarly something practical. I can also see a lot of campgrouds with allready stressed infrastructure also limiting charging capacity if it does catch on. With each new thing we introduce comes unforseen stuff also. Yah I tend to agree. Until the first Rivian or cybertruck or whoever comes out first starts to tow we just won’t know. I’m not worried about the campground towing. They will adapt in time or disappear. Same with auto parts stores. Big change for them coming. EV’s font have very many user changeable parts and don’t need much maintenance.
Reisender 07/30/20 02:23pm Tow Vehicles
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