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How are electric cars doing in Poland?


Cargo pants 3 | 1,120
24 Feb 2021 #331
cybertruck

Maybe the single motor RWD for 39k USD & dual motor AWD for 49k USD,Tri motor AWD fully with self driving is for around 85k fully loaded.Lately I have seen lots of Lexus NX in Poland,Toyota version of Rav 4.Lots of cabs are hybrid too.
Miloslaw 12 | 3,116
24 Feb 2021 #332
@Cargo pants

I have to say that the cybertruck looks really cool.
Novichok 1 | 4,255
24 Feb 2021 #333
Not so true about the Rolex...

Which makes my point even better...
Hi, did you see my new Rolex?
No. I thought it was Timex. How much was it?
50 grand.
Wow. What time is it?
It's 4:37.
Guess what! My Fossil for 75 says the same thing!!! Isn't that cool?
johnny reb 31 | 5,774
14 Jul 2021 #334
If the current power grid can't handle a night of -7C temperature without a rolling blackout....................
How are they planning on plugging in 50 million electric cars up at night ?
Alien 2 | 244
14 Jul 2021 #335
Not just charging but charging ecological. Solar power is not available at night.
Novichok 1 | 4,255
14 Jul 2021 #336
I noticed nobody is talking about what it takes to make the batteries and dispose of them when they die.
johnny reb 31 | 5,774
14 Jul 2021 #337
Solar power is not available at night.

How many gallons of solid fuel (diesel) does it take to run a generator to produce enough electricity to charge a typical electric car ?
I heard 34 liters. Is this true ?
Electricity doesn't just happen, it has a source: coal, wind, natural gas or solar.
The average electric vehicle needs 33 kilowatt-hours of energy to travel 100 miles (160 km).
A Tesla Model S would require about 286 pounds (130 kilograms) of coal to be burned at the local power plant.
Now let's talk about CO2 emissions of gas powered cars verses electric car use.
Alien 2 | 244
10 Oct 2021 #338
4/21 38 burned out buses in bus depot in Düseldorf, 9/21 20 burned out busses in bus depot in Stutgart. The culprit always electro-bus at charging in the night.

How are electric cars doing in Poland?
jon357 67 | 17,553
10 Oct 2021 #339
burned out buses in bus depot in Düseldorf,

Thee are electric buses here in Warsaw and as far as I know, none are being burnt while charging.
Ironside 51 | 11,510
10 Oct 2021 #340
Electric my ass!
How is that green clean energy just a big scam and that is quite obvious? I wonder where those eco-morons came from - they don't know anything but slogans.
jon357 67 | 17,553
10 Oct 2021 #341
they don't know anything but slogans.

Oh, the irony...
Novichok 1 | 4,255
10 Oct 2021 #342
I wonder where those eco-morons came from

From the parks and the forests where they used to hug trees. After that, they went to the Noth Pole to hug polar bears.

How is that green clean energy just a big scam

Everything that is subsidized is a scam.
The only cute thing about electrics is their acceleration. A stock Tesla beats a 1000-hp Mustang in a quarter-mile race.
Alien 2 | 244
10 Oct 2021 #343
@Novichok; Tesla beats Mustang.....
But only full-charged. After 300-400 km no more full charged accelerate Tesla miserable and Mustang can accelerate always identival fast even with 2
Novichok 1 | 4,255
10 Oct 2021 #344
That's why I wrote "cute". I will resist going electric for as long as possible. In the meantime, I want a V8, and the bigger the better. There is something about the way V6s sound that I don't like. Even Lexus dropped V8s from the LS line and they paid dearly for that move.
Alien 2 | 244
10 Oct 2021 #345
.....with 2 Gallons in tank. Sorry. It's pity but V8 is only a dream in modern Europa. Not suitable for daily use. But i have had a Rover 827 V6 20 years ago. Abgefahren.
Novichok 1 | 4,255
10 Oct 2021 #346
My next car will have to have 500 hps and do 0-60 way under 5. Don't ask me why because I have no good answer other than because I can.
Alien 2 | 244
10 Oct 2021 #347
I wish you much fun with it. I must probably buy at least 1 small e-car for the city and for long distancas I can use my old diesel.
Novichok 1 | 4,255
10 Oct 2021 #348
That makes perfect sense. I like long-distance driving and the idea of 30-minute stops to recharge is sick - even if you don't have to wait for it.

Jaguar XKR coupe is tempting... Beauty and the beast in one...
Cargo pants 3 | 1,120
13 Oct 2021 #349
I have to say that the cybertruck looks really cool

I ordered 2 and will take one to Poland



Alien 2 | 244
13 Oct 2021 #350
@Cargo pants
RAM is alredy too big for Poland. Cybertruck will not drive on polish roads, it is monstrously huge.
jon357 67 | 17,553
13 Oct 2021 #351
Cybertruck will not drive on polish roads

What is the legal situation around these? Are they allowed here?
Alien 2 | 244
13 Oct 2021 #352
It will definitely be registered as a truck. Polish roads are too narrow and they have too many bends to make driving such a car a pleasure.
jon357 67 | 17,553
13 Oct 2021 #353
A friend brought a fancy and expensive sports car from Italy to Poland. It was almost unusable because of the roads and she had to take it back there and sell it.
Alien 2 | 244
13 Oct 2021 #354
Yes, sports cars with low suspension have no chance in Poland B or C due to the road condition.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,120
13 Oct 2021 #355
she had to take it back there and sell it.

Depends on what car is it,there are plenty of suckers in Poland now who might even pay a premium.They will also pay for all the import taxes etc,esp the ones with new money.I have seen plenty of Yukon and suburbans in Poland.Honestly,bringing back is also not a problem,it sure would be a head turner as Lexus used to be in Poland in 2008 and Maluch in the USA in 2001.it will be a hot truck for at least 3/4 years after its release.

It will definitely be registered as a truck.

Depends if Poland stay in the EU.My German,Dutch and Armenians friends would love to have it.

Are they allowed here?

Yes,any passenger vehicle can be bought to Poland for personal use and driven till you keep on getting the permission to drive without paying tax from Uzad Celny(usually 6 months at a time and renewable for almost 3 years each time)with USA registration and Plates.Worse bring it back after 3 years or more.....big deal.Only bad thing is that battery and other guarantees will not be valid,once exported out of North America.

lol,I forgot,you dont even have to bring it back,just have to take it out of the EU(Ukraine),close the file and open a new file of import and good to go for another 3/4 years.If you get tired and dont want to bring it back plenty of Ruskis will buy it off you to take it to any of those STAN countries.
jon357 67 | 17,553
13 Oct 2021 #356
suspension

The suspension was the issue.

suckers in Poland now who might even pay a premium

I don't think she got as far as registering it here. Probably just drove it back.
pawian 179 | 16,332
13 Oct 2021 #357
How are electric cars doing in Poland?

One of the PiS government`s main promises before latest elections was building a plant by 2021 that would produce 1 million hybrid cars annually. Of course, that was an empty promise to fool the naive ones. We have already reached the deadline and nothing happened. Thank you, PiS, for your lies.
Novichok 1 | 4,255
13 Oct 2021 #358
Thank you, PiS, for your lies.

I am sure that the leftist governments keep their word. Shame on you, PiS. There...
pawian 179 | 16,332
13 Oct 2021 #359
the leftist governments keep their word.

No other party has lied to people as much as PiS has. Never was so much lied by so few to so many. Simple.

Shame on you, PiS.

The words of wisdom from you at last. Why so rarely? You should use your mind more often than once a year.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,120
15 Oct 2021 #360
. I must probably buy at least 1 small e-car for the city

I heard Kia Niro is good for that.All big brands charge you more and give you nothing.I never drove Niro but they say it feel like a flintstone car.In Warsaw I dont even use a personal car just bolt,.free now taxi or the good old 98 pln a month public transport card.Cost me less then 13 pln to come home from the airport yesterday.


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