We attend the 2019 Canadian International Auto show to see how the EV space is coming along. We look at the new Kia Soul and Niro as well as the Audi e-Tron, Jaguar i-Pace and a few more cars.

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    • Todd Downey
      Todd Downey

      loose the music

      about 5 months ago
    • sunsine sun
      sunsine sun

      What kind of transition do you use at 8:01 ? Looks quite cool !

      about 6 months ago
    • Bill Wong
      Bill Wong

      Great video! Given me enough insight to decide whether to head down there this weekend. It's just too bad you've bumped into our fantastic premier of Ontario during the event.... :P

      about 6 months ago
    • Douglas Watt
      Douglas Watt

      Pretty fluffy, and with nothing substantive on Tesla, esp. the Model Y, which is not there, but looms over every other EV line, and model. Nothing on weight, range or performance of any of the other EVs. It's video reporting without real substance.

      about 6 months ago
    • hunghing23
      hunghing23

      Couldn't make it down to the show this weekend. Thanks for the EV coverage! ❤️ the Lego Bugatti.

      about 6 months ago
    • LagrangePoint
      LagrangePoint

      WOW, still hydrogen cars on display. Which EV were you most impressed with vs which do you think will sell the most worldwide in 2019 besides Teslas?

      about 6 months ago
    • LagrangePoint
      LagrangePoint In reply to LagrangePoint

      I did not know there is a waiting list for the Kona. Sounds like a good problem to have till they can get more supply. I'll have to research some to see where they are getting their batteries manufactured.@kriss2005

      about 6 months ago
    • kriss2005
      kriss2005 In reply to LagrangePoint

      @LagrangePoint the koreans have battery supply issues. I honestly do not understand why they show these cars in NA when there are 1 year waiting lists in Europe.

      about 6 months ago
    • LagrangePoint
      LagrangePoint In reply to LagrangePoint

      I'm hoping you'll say the Kona as best seller 2019, seems like a well featured car.

      about 6 months ago
    • ArizVern
      ArizVern

      Concept car, is like Vaporware in the software community.

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Owners Online
      Tesla Owners Online In reply to ArizVern

      Yep. Neat to look at but unrealistic

      about 6 months ago
    • Ronald Fish
      Ronald Fish

      TREVOR Which TESLAdo you prefer I’m tossed between model three or model X

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Owners Online
      Tesla Owners Online In reply to Ronald Fish

      Depends on your needs. For me at this time the Model X is a better fit given my business, otherwise I'd have a P3D ;)

      about 6 months ago
    • Hans Jörg S.
      Hans Jörg S.

      Merzedes EQC is sold out at least for now

      about 6 months ago
    • nnystikai Gakushū
      nnystikai Gakushū

      I understand that hydrogen fuel cells are not viable right now for consumer vehicles, but I hope we don’t fall into the same habits as diehard ICE owners had only a few years ago. Something may not seem viable now but that doesn’t mean it absolutely won’t be in the future, especially since there might be a lot of really intelligent, driven individuals working on bring that tech to market. There is a chance your comment on hydrogen fuel cell won’t age well. Of course I might be wrong and the future belongs only to batteries but never say never, right?

      about 6 months ago
    • knowledge share
      knowledge share In reply to nnystikai Gakushū

      A hydrogen car is a battery electric car. So why bother having a huge industrial chain to produce hydrogen when you can just charge a larger battery with electricity which is everywhere.

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Owners Online
      Tesla Owners Online In reply to nnystikai Gakushū

      The problem with hydrogen, other than lack of infrastructure amongst other things, is you're trading one economy for another (oil -> hydrogen). A pure BEV can be powered by sunlight at a much lower cost to the environment and for some of us, that's a big deal

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Raj
      Tesla Raj

      I’m hoping to do something similar at the Silicon Valley Auto Show coming in March 7-10. Great peek into what everyone else is doing and how the world of EVs is growing!

      about 6 months ago
    • Knosch
      Knosch

      I’m sorry but too look at the garage conversions like all kias and nissans is like looking at flip and Razor phones when the iPhone is out...

      about 6 months ago
    • Hamza Palestine
      Hamza Palestine

      Such an entertaining video, you should do more auto show videos!

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Owners Online
      Tesla Owners Online In reply to Hamza Palestine

      Thanks, there's an EV show coming up in Quebec in April I think so I'll likely do that one

      about 6 months ago
    • EYE n EYE TV
      EYE n EYE TV

      Nice video

      about 6 months ago
    • T O
      T O

      Nice informativ Video:)

      Waiting to see thee new NIO ES 8 & ES 6 as Byton on your coming EV Car Review🙏🏼😇🌚👍🚘🚘🤡🚘

      about 6 months ago
    • Thanh Tran
      Thanh Tran

      Thanks for the video Trevor, I would go if Tesla put a new Model Y at the Toronto Auto Show, LoL !

      about 6 months ago
    • Vinnie Sims
      Vinnie Sims

      Looked like a lot of fun!

      about 6 months ago
    • James Paul
      James Paul

      Thanks for some great footage of the auto show, Trevor. Ken's interview with a VW rep noted the Crozz will have various battery options available: 48, 83 and 111 kWh with range of up to 600 km estimated but no pricing details yet. I was hoping the Neo would make it to North America before the Crozz as we really need a more basic and moderately priced long range EV that can be produced in substantial volumes.

      about 6 months ago
    • Jay Pase
      Jay Pase

      Audi E-Tron gets award for the weirdest (non-moving) shifter of all time. Glad to see more EV's from almost every major auto manufacturer except Mazda 🤔

      about 6 months ago
    • Michael Bouley
      Michael Bouley

      You are correct Hydrogen will not work in cars or light trucks.

      about 6 months ago
    • John Moniz
      John Moniz In reply to Michael Bouley

      Never say never ☺

      about 6 months ago
    • redxsage
      redxsage

      It will be quite nice when such shows no longer feature any ICE vehicles at all.

      about 6 months ago
    • huggybear9922999
      huggybear9922999

      Less music more info please.

      about 6 months ago
    • NickLB
      NickLB

      It would have been nice if you showed us at least one of Tesla's car.

      about 6 months ago
    • John Moniz
      John Moniz In reply to NickLB

      I'm sure he would have if there was anything new to report. Ending it at the Tesla booth was a nice touch.

      about 6 months ago
    • Macio Luko
      Macio Luko

      Thank you for posting. It is 2019! So even though there is a clear step forward for EVs it is still way behind what we were promised. Tesla’s lead remains at at least 5 years if you include the Supercharger network, autopilot and Wi-Fi updates.

      about 6 months ago
    • creator generator
      creator generator

      @ 4:40 RE: HFC - Perhaps the automakers are being coerced by big-oil to push HFC vehicles as it allows them to maintain an inefficient infrastructure and control the source of Hydrogen (& hence the price). It also gives them leverage to continue lobbying for government subsidies.
      Having said that, FULLYCHARGEDSHOW highlighted independent hydrogen generation stations but that still requires electricity to run, water and hydrogen storage infrastructure to be built. That's gotta be expensive.

      about 6 months ago
    • Ahmad Haruman
      Ahmad Haruman

      Should have a warning on the video for showing ICE vehicles. My EV eye's where hurt. 😁

      about 6 months ago
    • FutureSystem738
      FutureSystem738 In reply to Ahmad Haruman

      Me too!

      about 6 months ago
    • Jay Pase
      Jay Pase In reply to Ahmad Haruman

      I could practically smell the exhaust fumes through the screen 🤢

      about 6 months ago
    • Ahmad Haruman
      Ahmad Haruman

      Hey Trevor did they have Rivian on display?

      about 6 months ago
    • Tesla Owners Online
      Tesla Owners Online In reply to Ahmad Haruman

      Unfortunately not, if they were there I would have featured them!

      about 6 months ago
    • InternetDude
      InternetDude

      👍🏻

      about 6 months ago