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  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

The State of Electric Vehicles featuring Chris Davies of Slashgear!

Updated: Feb 7, 2021

Image source: Telsa

This week, we have Chris Davies, the Executive Editor at Slashgear to talk about the state of Electric Vehicles in 2020. Yes, we know it's 2021. We dive into Telsa and its place in the market in light of competitors who are quickly gaining ground. We also look at the electric vehicle's place in helping (or hurting) the environment. Plus we dig into what a potential EV customer should know about buying a car before even going to the dealership. Plus, we have a tech yeah segment for a set of earbuds from TCL, the TCL MOVEAUDIO S150s!

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