EV Tuesdays: Week 24
26th April 2022
It's that day of the week again all you EV fans!
Today is the day you get to have a look at what we have discovered this week, and boy have we found some good links for you. How did you score in the quiz last week?
As usual there will be 5 different pieces of exciting electric car goodness including a very useful tip. You can enjoy a You Tube video, find out some news, discover a useful tip and find out about an event that is coming soon.
So, grab yourself a drink, be it hot or cold depending on what time of day it is, a biscuit or a packet of crisps, open up the 5 links and enjoy.
We'll also be posting these to our blog here (with one extra item!) Twitter, Facebook, Reddit (check out r/evcables subreddit) so get involved and give us any ideas in the comments, they may well get used next week, and of course we will give you a mention.
Have a great week everyone and happy reading!
1. EV Tesla News: Electrek
According to the UK Government, Tesla is soon to open Superchrager Network to all EV owners in the UK and not just Tesla owners.
2. EV Media: MG Media
MG Motor UK builds on record-breaking 2021 with stellar Q1 sales results. MG Motor UK has underlined its position has the nation’s fastest-growing car brand after posting another set of stellar sales figures.
3. EV Tip: Range
The range on your EV drops dramatically with speed. Try not to go faster than you need to, this way you will be able to maintain the range better.
4. EV Festival: British Motor Museum
On 3rd July 2022 we welcome those EV curious looking at going electric and the electric vehicle enthusiasts for an electric day out, the whole family will enjoy. With full access to the brilliant British Motor Museum and Collections Centre included in the entrance tickets price.
5. EV Charge: Pod Point
Pod Point is one of UK's leading providers of electric vehicle charging. Since forming in 2009, we have manufactured and sold over 137,000 charging points** across the UK. We've also developed an extensive public network connecting EV drivers with 6,200+ charging bays** at locations including Tesco, Lidl and Center Parcs.
Blog Version Extra:
We’ve showcased plenty of EV conversions on the channel before, but up until now they’ve mostly been high-end, beautifully refurbished classics. In this episode, Jack heads to France to investigate the entry-level of EV conversion.
Until next time. Have a fantastic week!
EV Cables Team