AAH #451 – Will The Internal Combustion Engine Survive?

February 8th, 2019 at 10:15am

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SPECIAL GUEST: Brett Smith, Center for Automotive Research

03:10 – Will the ICE get Clobbered by Electrics?

22:05 – PHONE CALL: Why isn’t more time being spent on natural gas?
32:36 – U.S. Government doesn’t prioritize Hybrids/Electrics
38:20 – Doctor Data
42:02 – Opinions on Tesla

57:25 – Is GM doing more research on autonomy than electrification?
1:00:25 – Rapid Fire Q&A
1:11:12 – The Discussion Continues…

- Phoebe Howard,
Detroit Free Press
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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One Comment to “AAH #451 – Will The Internal Combustion Engine Survive?”

  1. Robert Bradley Says:

    I believe that if all we had were electric vehicles up to now, the current ICE engines would be considered a great leap forward. Here in Canada all electric cars in the winter are NOT an option. By the time the car is warm you cant go anywhere.Same in 95 degree humid weather here in the summer.