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    This is an interesting 14-minute long video discussing Tesla's old battery designs and details their new battery design: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0xs...ature=youtu.be
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    There was an interesting article I saw today showing the future of EV vehicles. Basically, a flat platform with the motors and steering at each individual wheel. Far less complicated.

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    Here's the article I mentioned above:

    Car design is about to change forever. This video encapsulates how
    https://www.fastcompany.com/90562654...capsulates-how

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
    There was an interesting article I saw today showing the future of EV vehicles. Basically, a flat platform with the motors and steering at each individual wheel. Far less complicated.

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    its the way it needs to go to bring it to mass market, and bring the costs down.

    I never got why they made it over complicated in the first instance and didn't do it this way to begin with.

    You will start to see more Electric Vehicles from the Korean manufacturers too (big investors of Rimac) and probably the VW group too, off the back of their ID3.

    i think we'll slowly move to electric in the next 10 years, and by which point they'll have Hydrogen powered cars down to consumer level en mass.
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    And then the "hydrogen highway" might actually be used...or will be so far in need of repair, it can't be used.

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