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« Reply #15 on: September 16, 2020, 11:48:19 AM »

MG ZX EV owner, good car, reasonable price, imported from China. A compromise, but maybe it will last us for the rest of our naturals. Not so good for distance as charging infrastructure has to catch up. My mate, who drives a 6.5 litre Jeep "cause they were offering 15K off list price" (Good grief!) sent me a copy of The Institute of Engineering magazine's EV special issue. First thing I read was about the Tesla M3 where the mag stated, incorrectly, that it had vehicle to grid capability. Not a good start, but typical under researched easy journalism. Oh dear, even the horse's mouth needs a look over by a vet.
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