Optimism & Electric cars

Most of the time, car enthusiasts see electric cars as a bad thing. Almost as much as they dislike automatic gearboxes. Let's take another approach !

2y ago


After all, it's something we feel we cannot escape. Electrification seems to be the next thing, and the path we're all heading towards. Customers, manufacturers, brands, everyone has their role to play in the world of electric cars.

But I decided to take a different spin on the topic, and talk about electric cars through the prism of positivity. Which is not something people often do, wether it's the media or the enthusiasts, you rarely hear about the multiple benefits of electrification.


Sure, nothing is perfect with electric cars yet. There is still a lot to do, and a lot to improve. But hey, at least, I believe we're on the right path to make change happen. And better yet, to make GOOD CHANGE happen. Slowly, progressively, but surely, we'll make the world a better place. All of us, together.

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Comments (4)

  • Hi congratulations - your post has been selected by DriveTribe ev Ambassador for promotion on the DriveTribe homepage.

      2 years ago
  • Congrats for that first video in English on DT. You deserve all the congrats to speak English during 9 minutes. I'm an EV enthusiast. Unfortunately, the electrification will still be fragile with the batteries we use in our electric vehicles.

      2 years ago
    • Yes, things are still stammering I believe. BUT BUT BUT... we're on the right path, and things can only get better from now on, thanks to technology and research. They WILL find better ways...

        2 years ago
    • When we mention the EVs, we forget there are an amount of potential sources like the solar energy or the hydrogen power. As you said we're on the path but we're not really conscious the EVs can produce dangerous wastes with electrical...

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        2 years ago


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