E-Vehicles Are Like Covid Vaccines: Sold To Public Based On Wildly Unrealistic Exaggerations

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Breitbart here presents a report on Youtubers who compared an electric Ford F-150 pickup and a gasoline engine GMC Denali Ultimate Edition to see how far each could tow a trailer.

The results of the electric Ford pickup remind me of the promises made by the COVID vaccine manufacturers: wildly exaggerated and probably more harmful than beneficial. As the video shows: you’d have to be a moron to buy either knowing what we know today.

 

At the start of the trip, Ford’s onboard computer calculated the vehicle would be able to travel 160 miles (257 km) before needing to be recharged. The reality: only 85 miles, and that under ideal highway conditions! Imagine hilly country, in the wintertime. What a joke.

In summary, by the time you’d reach your destination (if ever), your vacation would be long over. Gasoline, and especially diesel, leave electric vehicles in the dust.

Communism, COVID vaccines and long-haul e-vehicles: all deliver just the opposite of what their makers promised.




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16 responses to “E-Vehicles Are Like Covid Vaccines: Sold To Public Based On Wildly Unrealistic Exaggerations”

  1. richard

    Wind turbines running on Diesel-

    “Trident Energy has spotted an opportunity to reduce the risks and costs of providing offshore power. Offshore wind farms are being built in ever deeper, harsher waters. Diesel generators are used to provide power when these are without grid connection – but access for refuelling in this challenging environment is increasingly uncertain. Turbines without power are not an option. Turbine warranties are invalidated, with major implications for insurance and financing. Diesel refuelling costs are very high because of the costs of getting the fuel to the wind farm”

  2. Graeme No.3

    Has anyone thought that it might be cheaper to install the diesel generators onshore and do without those wind farms.
    South Australia doesn’t have any offshore wind farms (just a high number on onshore ones) and burns a lot of diesel (& gas) to cover their failure.

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  4. John L Ryan

    Diesel generators to save money ?
    Take a look at the price per kwh that US offshore power has contracted to sell their power st
    6.5 cents per kwh ? Lol

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  6. Dale Mullen

    What?
    It seems that YouTube has removed this video already!!!

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  11. Jeffery S. Green

    I haven’t read the article because I know its entirely false.
    every 15000 miles tesla model S costs $500 at 10 cents per kw-hr
    wife’s subarau 15000 miles costs $2750 for gas at $5.50 per gallon

    Model S pollution of co2 is 3000 lbs at .6 lb per kw-hr at 15,000 miles
    Subaru pollution is 10,000 lbs at 15,000 miles

    Ever wonder why you can’t get any respect?

    1. Richard Greene

      Tesla S cost $105.000 in the US
      You did not mention the Subaru model
      I’ll assume a Subaru Outback Limited most expensive model at $41000 in the US.

      $105,000 minus $41,000 = a $64,000 price difference

      Your claim of fuel savings is $2750 – $500 = $2,250
      Not that I trust your numbers.

      $64,000 divided by $2,250 annual fuel savings = payback in 28.4 years

      The Tesla S battery pack and the vehicle itself will never last 28.4 years.

      Subaru brand is top ranked for quality by Consumer Reports.
      Tesla has consistently been very low ranked for quality.

      I believe I have refuted your angry comment.
      Provide more details about the Subaru model
      and I will recalculate my numbers.

      The initial Tesla S pollution from the mining and manufacturing
      of lithium batteries, and higher particulate matter pollution
      from faster tire wear for the heavier Tesla refutes your bogus pollution argument. … Besides, CO2 is not pollution
      CO2 is the staff of almost all life on this planet.

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  13. Romeo Rachi

    Am I missing something?
    So many of the comments on this thread aren’t even about the video. I watched this in full as I follow TFL on YouTube. Love their content.
    They have lots of videos showing the limitations of an electric vehicle and there are many. Towing is definitely not a strong suit for any electric vehicle. It was surprising but not shocking to see that the rated range dropped so dramatically. They did similar tests with Teslas and even a Rivian. Same results. They just aren’t made for ‘work’ or ‘play’. Now, around town and trips under around 200 miles one way are doable if not overloaded or stressed. This is also assuming you will have time to charge while at your destination.
    In their videos, they try to make light of the need to ‘wait’ upwards of one hour or more to charge a vehicle. Sure, get a bit to eat and relax but not when you are trying to get somewhere. Nothing is worse than hurrying up and waiting.
    Regardless, I do think the Lightning is a cool truck and much more functional than some other offerings. However, it suffers like all the rest. Until batteries improve and charging times come down, it will be more of the same.

    If anyone is interested, they are planning to take this truck from the lower 48 (they are based in Boulder, Colorado) up to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Should be an interesting trip and to make things interesting, they have a camper in the bed!

    If it were my money, I would rather have the Hybrid with the PowerBoost. That is a real truck with true work capabilities.

  14. Wally Warbles

    Forcing us to drive EV go Vegan and stay at home is not the answer to a totaly fake crisis of Global Warming/Climate Change we need a toal end to Agenda 21 and Big Brother

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