字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Chris, we're here to talk about the new electric poor support I can, but before we do, I just wanna rewind on de. So get the state of play on. Chris Harris is brain on electric cars. Do you like them? Do you hate him? How are you approaching this review? When you thought my beloved brand Portia's Electric more open minded than people give me credit for even electric cars? Good. I'm going to say it's good. I think there's been a lot of electric vehicles over the last 10 years that have bean sold is the future, and they don't seem to fit into anyone's life. You have to fit into the car's life, and at that point, I think take a taxi. I'm not interested in me. San Leafs and all that sort of stuff just doesn't have the range to support anyone other than someone that lived in town and wants a doodle about. Then test comes along right, and they changed the game completely. But what frustrated me about Tess there is that they're so obviously cars for people that don't like cars. They're hugely impressive, very fast, But the subtleties of ah of a car that really excites you are missing from a testing the way they handle the way they ride, the way they drive. Some of the way they put together is disappointing. So imports turns up to do it. I get excited, so leave the under minutes questions. So what does the tie can do you that other electric cars don't? It works on several levels. First of all, it excites you about the future because it shows that when a company that Porsche gets hold of this technology, they could give you something that you want to drive from the moment you get in it, it feels like a portion Control waits feel like a Porsche. It can ride and handle properly. It's hugely impressive. My first observation in the UK is the Turbo West is too much too fast because you're out of sync with the other traffic. Every time you try and gas it, you almost rear end the car in front. So I thought it was a bit too quick in a straight line, but compared to it, too much power for Chris just generally, I just you don't need that much. I think it's the way that it rides and handles. It reminds you that there is an art to making a car drive a zoo homogeneous whole rather than just being a drag. Great king. Tesla's are great off the line. Don't get me wrong, but the moment you hit the first corner, it's a bit okay, that that lap time that stick pretty impressive, right? Did you see the footage? It's so flat. That was the most exciting lap of seeing the world. 2.3 tons. Probably bit of oversteer, bit of understeer. But he's got a ll that ground that was impressive. It's Ah, it's an interesting car because it showcases what's going to come. I think that's exciting. It's a frustrating car on many levels because you know what could be possible right now, But you get the feeling they're just holding back a bit for the one after this and the one after that. What's interesting is that as a barometer of where electric technology is this car, he's got enough space. It's has it Well, it's a weird size of car quiet, Joyce Lot under the Panamera on they say they don't just doing it. They ended up with something that isn't big enough in the back for a normal family. And also this arrangement here because it looks like a hatchback. It's not. This letter box here is very, very narrow. The boots not very big. So is it is a genuine M five replacement. No, it's no, but they're going to do an electric Panama. What comes out about the about the future, but basically So anyway, they got this cart ride and handle Dr Beautifully, but it's still only do turn 50 miles 200 miles. In the real world, it weighs 2.3 tons. That there is the limitation of batteries and motors. Right now it's Ah, I suppose it's like any technology. What when it's new and rolled out, It's for rich. People hate to say it unless you're absolutely minted on. Go access to another car on DDE own a house that has a driveway that you put a charging point in this one work for you. It really won't. Tesla has a huge advantage with supercharger network because the best thing about using it says on daily basis is the supercharger network. It's almost more gratifying than the car itself. It worked When you plug anything. Actually, someone's thoughts about this anyway. The future of port, right? So they have said they've on record said next McCann is gonna be electric. The replacements for the came in a box that when they come gonna be election, that's still gather slightly up for debate. But I think it's going that way. It's that well, they're getting their disappointment that they're happy to say that's gonna happen. Panamera Electric Kay. An electric support is heading towards the electric company. How important? Not because the 9 11 will remain ringfencing, haven't you? Because imagine electric porches. And then one day, if they can keep the 9 11 they will. I think every car company will be allowed one folly. Yeah, on porches. Folly will obviously be the 9 11 Yeah, it'll be hybridized, I think, heavily hybridized. And it might. We got to get one more GT three with aspirated engine, and that's gone when we talk about this type of car going electric. I'm excited because I like the silence and I love the performance. When we talk about vehicles that are more emotional, makes me sad. I don't want an electric 9 11 was so interested in its own right. But it was an opportunity, isn't it? If they can ring fence and keep that pure keep, you know, naturally, very Campbell, it's gonna be gonna be massively expensive. I just think it's sad, I really do. And I think what the way car companies look at their total emissions, that's why it works. ATT Company Your vehicle range has to a certain point. There's a credit and debit side, and whatever they're using up with 9 11 being petrol driven, then the rest of it has to be electric and clean. But how clean is it? This is the thing. I really worry that legislation politicians are hoodwinking people to think this vehicle is genuinely zero emissions. It's not even the most kind. Research into this vehicle will tell you that it probably needs to do 15,000 miles before you bought back any of the missions that you would have used in an equivalent gasoline powered car. The less kind studies saying 25,000 miles. For some people, that's 56 years of use in their car. And where's the Palestinian coming from, where the heavy metals? Yeah, I'm just gonna stop me there because we're getting dangerously close to being informative. Okay, so we'll finish on a big question. What's it like to drift? Oh, yeah, that's interesting. So it's not entirely intuitive. It's It's not as if it suddenly becomes real drive. If you've ever driven on our 34 GTR, it's a bit like that. It's It's throttle and steering related the way the four wheel drive works, so you give it four beans. It froze everything to the rear immediately, and then it'll start to bring the front in. So if you try and hold it steady, state with lock on, it won't work. You have to just feather it, get the wheels straight, almost like a rally car. It'll just begin to slow. There are some big issues with it. One is the tire just can't deal with it. It's 2.4 tons, so you feel like you drifted something. 70 kilograms, you know we can hear is the wheels weighted after the big slide shots you see in the film on the telly show that the times we've done three slides, they're done, so that's a bit of a problem. So they need to develop new tires to deal with the talk, and it's not entirely intuitive. But the engineer that came with the car had a glint in his own. The glint to me said, We've just given you a taste of where we're at. And what he did say is, I'm so desperate to show you ever at right now in development because the future is gonna be great. We'll be talking about that. This helps. I hope so.