In this video, we explain what the various electrified vehicles are and give an overview of how they work and who they’re suited for. From fully battery electric EV options to plug-in hybrids and hydrogen fuel cells, this video explains the basics to the consumer wondering about efficiency options. Got questions? Comment below or find us at http://www.DriveModeShow.com and ask. We’re happy to help.
Kristin and Aaron
In this special episode, our guest Nicole Wakelin gets to explore one of her favorite things: cupcakes. We talk about cupcake flavors and what vehicles we think they match. Think it’s crazy? Find out why the Ford F-150 is a vanilla cream and the chocolate on chocolate is a Hellcat. You might be surprised.
Find Nicole at http://www.NicoleWakelin.com
There are a lot of good things happening during the coronavirus social distancing. Even as automotive plants shut down the production of vehicles for the health and safety of their workers, automakers are jumping in to help communities and the country during this time. Here, we talk about the current happenings and give highlights of what vehicle brands and companies are doing to give back to communities. From building ventilators to making safety gear and feeding the hungry, the automotive industry continues its long tradition of caring for the people and nations it serves.
Stay safe and happy. We’re getting through this together.
In this review, we look at the 2020 Chevrolet Traverse. Kristin spent some time in the new Traverse and came away impressed. Find out details, impressions, and more on this family-oriented crossover-SUV.
In this episode, we talk about the new 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. After a special presentation by Hyundai, we got the skinny on this new hybrid-electric option and its more-than-a-gimmick solar panel roof.
We talk about the 2020 Ram Power Wagon as both a stand-alone package, as will be seen on the road normally, and a stealth option in which the Power Wagon is “hidden” in plain sight as a Tradesman model. Either way, this is one seriously capable off-road beast.
Chevrolet has really done a lot to give the Silverado pickup truck a full once-over for the 2020 model year. Kristin and Aaron talk about the new truck, some of what’s changed, and why it’s now better. And why pickups are taking over the automotive markets.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about automotive design and branding. A question from a fan prompted our look at the way automotive companies and their designers use elements of the car to create a brand. There’s a reason why you always know a Dodge when you see the tail lamps, always know a Nissan when it’s coming towards you, and can always tell a Volkswagen from its side profile. These and many other examples are used to show how it’s done.
If you’re keeping socially distanced during the coronavirus epidemic and aren’t under shelter in place orders, there are things you and your family can do to keep entertained. Your car can help and these are all things that don’t involve social contact or germ trading risks. Have fun and stay healthy!
Ferrari is planning a sport utility and it has a complicated Italian name. Because it’s a Ferrari. We give the known details for the new Ferrari SUV and work out the pronunciation. Momenti divertenti!