Dear Electric Cars!

Amid Apple Project Titan rumors... let's talk about future electric cars!
Porsche Taycan story:
Tesla vs Ford beef:
Gas vs electric range graph:
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MKBHD Merch:
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  • I dont thik that people who spend a lot of money on a tesla would be happy to see a ice manufacturer ev on a tesla charger,that is made for tesla customers

    Unicornul SarvyUnicornul SarvyPrieš dieną
  • If entry level electric car can reach below 10.000 usd (base price), i may consider making it my future car

    Achmad FadilAchmad FadilPrieš 2 dienas
  • Apple: Its called the iCar. Me: iT mUsT cOmE wItH sTiCkErssssss

    Olivia LoewenOlivia LoewenPrieš 2 dienas
  • But what about the price...

    +Tec+TecPrieš 4 dienas
  • Lol the avg miles per tank for a diesel is about 1300 miles.

    Sparky DiamondSparky DiamondPrieš 5 dienų
  • Remember to the Lucid Air ?, What happend to it ?

    Gladys MasuthaGladys MasuthaPrieš 6 dienų
  • What about the issue for people living in apartments or cities where you street or estate park, and do not have a garage or driveway to charge .

    Stephen Kenny-McGrottyStephen Kenny-McGrottyPrieš 6 dienų
  • Between a base model S and a base model Taycan, I'd rather get a Taycan

    TheTrueLuTheTrueLuPrieš 6 dienų
  • If I'm being honest, a 160km range would be just fine for my use case.

    Grey HunterGrey HunterPrieš 6 dienų
  • This sucks.

    Billy NorrisBilly NorrisPrieš 7 dienų
  • 0:19 “There’s Tesla’s....and there’s everything else.” As a car fan, this guy needs to see the Rimac Concept One/One S,/C Two, Audi E-tron GT/RSGT, BMW IX, Nissan Ariya, Volkswagen id4, Polestar 2, and Jaguar I-Pace, to prove that Tesla’s aren’t always the best at everything.

    SyncedSyncedPrieš 7 dienų
  • Everytime I watch your video, I'll turn the resolution to 1080p

    ItzMeStarlightItzMeStarlightPrieš 7 dienų
  • My next car will definitely be an EV, however the challenge I’m having is finding is like you mentioned a good quality build like a BMW, with the tech and plushness of a Mercedes, with the range of long range Tesla (since they’ve dominated in that area). I don’t mind paying a pretty penny, but it has the be the perfect EV!

    Whitney MossWhitney MossPrieš 7 dienų
  • Apple cars: Car sold separately

    WifeyWifeyPrieš 7 dienų
  • Marques for president

    Garry MyersGarry MyersPrieš 8 dienų
  • Electric cars are coming and they are coming fast and they all if there going to make it they got to all make it Rick and Morty yeh

    Max SueseMax SuesePrieš 9 dienų
  • Hey, take a look at China Shanghai and some Chinese electronic cars. Some of things you talked about are happening right now.

    Leon WuLeon WuPrieš 9 dienų
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    Bunce RobertBunce RobertPrieš 10 dienų
  • How unlucky you are to make this video a couple weeks before the new model s lol

    Nsd FancyNsd FancyPrieš 11 dienų
  • Tesla is basically apple in cars because you can't charge other cars with their chargers

    Random PersonRandom PersonPrieš 11 dienų
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    Robert BrionesRobert BrionesPrieš 13 dienų
  • Although electric cars are good and maybe are cars of the future, but at the moment in my country i think the best are hybrid cars because for everyday use in the city you use the electric mode, but when you go on a road trip you do the gas mode because there arent electric chargers here

    lolerno_oofannalolerno_oofannaPrieš 14 dienų
  • the best summary speech for E-cars, thanks, hopefully every electric car company will see this Marques ! :)

    M arkM arkPrieš 14 dienų
  • Great video (as always) Marques, but Imma have to disagree with you here ever so slightly. I've been running an independent car sales store for years and live in the easily most EV-populated country in the world, Norway. A couple of years back I'd agree on the fact that range is the biggest caveat of electric cars, but it's not anymore, not on newer cars anyway. Ask yourself: when was the last time you ran a full tank of gasoline in your car in one day? I've probably done it once or twice in my life, and it takes some pretty long and spirited driving to do so. Most people don't need 500km+ of range in a trip, although it might be different in bigger countries like the US. The fact that you'd rather have a Taycan if it could use the chargers is a testament to just that; range isn't everything. The biggest drawback in my opinion is by far the charge speed, which seems a little left out of the equation here. A gasoline car can be filled within a minute or two, whereas a Tesla can be supercharged to 80% in ~30 minutes, which is a pretty long time if you're going somewhere. This is probably also why the Taycan has focused on achieving faster charging than any Tesla, cutting the charge time to 80% capacity to 15 minutes. Cut that in half again, and we're (literally) going places. This, of course, raises the question of charger availability as you mentioned, and a universal standard like petrol for petrol cars needs to happen, no question about it. Having driven both the Tesla and Taycan Turbo I can't phantom why you're still rocking the Tesla - but I guess the charge network is different where you live. Anyways, EVs are one of the most exciting developments of this time, and with the tech advancements I'm certain it will revolutionise the way we travel some day.

    Magnus NMagnus NPrieš 14 dienų
  • there should have been an international EV committee to decide on the supercharger standards, battery standards etc. something like what the USB group does. provide a common supercharger station and charger specs for all EV car manufacturers and third party component manufacturers to refer to as the blueprint. right now if Tesla wants to play big brother then they should start this committee otherwise it's just a slow messy progress for the EV industry.

    hAkhAkPrieš 14 dienų
  • Honestly the US and the world as a whole needs to decide a single standard for charging, like we have with type C in almost all of the smartphones. This whole compatibility wars are gonna do nothing but delay the proliferation of EVs.

    Bhagirath PriyavratBhagirath PriyavratPrieš 15 dienų
  • They'd have to PAY Tesla like Apple have to pay Samsung for their screens simple, and Porsche is like Apple you can Only use their products

    fmint63 ExtraOrdinarfmint63 ExtraOrdinarPrieš 16 dienų
  • Apple Car will be a breakthrough innovation. It will be very expensive...but it will be phenomenal. I’m calling it now.

    The Alfonso NationThe Alfonso NationPrieš 16 dienų
  • My point exactly. In the EU the situation is much worse, as Tesla supercharging network is virtually non-existent and all the other EV cars have ridiculous range. Like really when I look on all those Mercedes, VW and audi, priced 100k€ offering only 300-400km range (on paper) it make me think why they even sell those. You can barely meet any of those on the streets, which means - I am not the only one who doesn't understand why. Availability of charging stations as well the charging time is a very, very valid point as well. If you need many hours to charge your car, that changes a lot and means that first you must have a charger at home (could be slow, but it is a must - no buts or questions asked) and also have an option to do super-hyper-quantum charge in a few minutes all over the country freely available. Before that people will just buy a petrol car if they need a car.

    tdebugtdebugPrieš 16 dienų
  • I feel like some companies just release bad electric cars so people keep buying gas versions

    Eduards RobežnieksEduards RobežnieksPrieš 16 dienų
  • Next car will be fully EV. It will be a Tesla as well. By the time I get a Tesla the range should be around 850 - 1000 Miles. I won't buy anything under 500 Miles range.

    Brian FudgeBrian FudgePrieš 17 dienų
  • Tesla will allow other users to their super chargers if they are willing to contribute to their cost.

    Paul McGreevyPaul McGreevyPrieš 17 dienų
  • The most important thing electric car companies need to understand: Affordability. Once you go over 30k its not considered "affordable". If you aren't trying to create an electric car that has a 25k OTD price, then you are doing everything wrong. Tesla still has yet to bring these cars to the masses.

    Matthew CusanelliMatthew CusanelliPrieš 18 dienų
  • I think it is much more important that the cars be affordable than that they have >200 mile range. I have a Model 3. I don’t need greater range. Really. How often do I go 250 miles? Not often, and when I do, I can charge a lot more easily than I could have paid an extra $10k.

    Gwen AndersenGwen AndersenPrieš 18 dienų
  • Hydrogen is the future. Better for the environment and you can refuel in 2 mins!

    usualusername99usualusername99Prieš 18 dienų
  • The thing is petrol station (gas stations) aren't built by the manufacturer. Arguably energy companies should be partnering with car companies to install chargers in their stations. It would be a great way to move away from fossil fuels too

    hassan Khanhassan KhanPrieš 19 dienų
  • Why should we buy an electric car if we can convert old car to a electric car 🤔🤔.

    sleeping crocodilesleeping crocodilePrieš 21 dieną
  • I dont understand why EV cars have to be luxury and over priced. Dont they also want to sell to us piece of shits in the comment section?

    Eter WaelEter WaelPrieš 22 dienas
  • Why aren't there charging highways, roads that can charge cars when they are on it. Drive 3/4 km on it and you will have full charge and then drive on normal highway.

    Dipesh Jaisi PoudelDipesh Jaisi PoudelPrieš 22 dienas
  • what do you think about hydrogen cars. You can fill them up quickly and you could use the regular gas stations for that. they don't have environmentally unfriendly batteries and they don't emit CO2. I think they should be put more in the spotlight.

    R.R.R.R.Prieš 24 dienas

    ScruffzScruffzPrieš 24 dienas
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    Esmeralda KhufraEsmeralda KhufraPrieš 24 dienas
  • Can someone tell me why I keep believing that Ford will at one point steal the top spot EV race like a best rugby team? Please Marques I would like to know your thoughts. In the meantime, I will continue to add Ford stocks to my calculated risky portfolio. Love you all.

    24Elliottwaves24ElliottwavesPrieš 25 dienų
    • @R!dham Hiragar Thanks R!DHAM, I like your reply. I believe Ford will up their game when it comes to R&D. May be, may be. We will see.

      24Elliottwaves24ElliottwavesPrieš 24 dienas
    • its not feelings its all about great R & D team and engineers. if you have the best engineers on your team grea things are possible and i DONT think ford will have those ..tesla tops many charts when it comes to popularity

      R!dham HiragarR!dham HiragarPrieš 25 dienų
  • But electric trucks that can tow 5000 lbs is so far away

    eclektriceclektricPrieš 25 dienų
  • I like the sentiment of this video Marques! Lets have these companies team up and get past the race to have the best system/infrastructure and be exclusive. It is for the betterment of everyone that we get more drivers using electric cars, and that takes collaboration from the big companies /manufacturers. Totally agree!!

    Sandy ThomasSandy ThomasPrieš 25 dienų
  • Good information!!

    Josh’s Tech XJosh’s Tech XPrieš 25 dienų
  • Should have mentioned about Aptera's new electric car with potentially *infinite* range.

    Abrar Ur AlamAbrar Ur AlamPrieš 25 dienų
  • Pretty sure other EV companies avoid tesla's charger network because of the fees tesla asks for them. Tesla isn't stupid, they know their appeal is half due to their charger coverage. If they gave that away for a cheap price then they would lose their edge. It's quite possible that tesla asks for too much cut that it's not profitable for other car producers.

    Userext47Userext47Prieš 26 dienų
  • Problem with electric cars is that charging them takes a ton of time. For instance a gas car that drives 600 miles on one tank of gas can be completely refilled in 5 minutes at any gas station unlike electric cars. I think electric cars will be more popular when they charge faster.

    Michael KinneyMichael KinneyPrieš 26 dienų
  • Dear utility companies, start installing your own charger networks like the electricity companies in Europe

    matthew phillipsmatthew phillipsPrieš 26 dienų
  • as long as i have to charge my car more than 1 min or so ... no electric cars as far as i am concern...

    IvanskiIvanskiPrieš 26 dienų
  • I am 17, Can't buy a car...But I am 99% Sure my first car will be tesla or any other electric car which is compatible with tesla charging

    CosmicColonistCosmicColonistPrieš 26 dienų
  • WHy Is THe InTrO WhITe ? mY EyEs HuRtsS

    CosmicColonistCosmicColonistPrieš 26 dienų
    • 🤣

      JassinJassinPrieš 25 dienų
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    Nancey RowenNancey RowenPrieš 27 dienų
  • 200 miles for $10,000 no, really? FYI I did 130 miles in Hyundai EV on one charge. Hyundai > Porsche.

    Scott NopeScott NopePrieš 27 dienų
  • @MKBHD its a very interesting analisys what you have done, but, from an outside US perspective, maybe you're looking things in this complex industrie in a very american point of view. I will do my best to explain it. Look, car companies, even american ones are not going to surrender to a tech companie as Tesla. They are going to fight to do cars and all the enviroment that surrounds electric cars, as independent from Tesla as they could. Then we can say that today Tesla is not competing with any car brand (even though in some niche markets they're trying). Tesla is a tech brand after all, that is in some way trying to replicate Apple's business model. So we can say that Tesla's behavior is different from mainstrean car brands. The real challenge for Tesla is going to be if they can succed as Apple in the car business. And we can't forget that someday Apple and Google are going to enter in the industrie too. So, will be Tesla prepared enough to fight with car brands in one side and with the tech giants on the other side? Until today they're doing things really well, but i'm not so sure if that will be enough to be the dominant player, and win the battle against car brands and tech giants as Apple at the same time. And on the other hand, in underdevelop countries electric cars are a very expensive solution, so Hybrids or PHEV cars will fit much better in those modest realities.

  • My first car will be sure electric. I think i will buy the 20 k Tesla when ist comes, first for the super Chargeing system

    John 1John 1Prieš 27 dienų
  • I hate electrical vehicle, I think old is better then modern technology 🔥

    RaviRaviPrieš 28 dienų
  • Great video. You exactly addressed my concerns with EVs. I need them to have at least 400 miles of range, good reliability and the knowledge that I can "fill up" if I'm going on a trip.

    Jonathan ReichJonathan ReichPrieš 28 dienų
  • With the majority of electricity still coming from coal and natural gas; I still don't understand how this is considered to be a clean technology.

    Barry JenningsBarry JenningsPrieš 28 dienų
    • We're moving towards renewable energy sources every day. It may not be 100% clean yet (depends a lot on where you live), but even if you were to get *all* the electritcity from a coal plant, it would still be cleaner than any gas car. The reason why is because they are bigger than internal combustion engines, bigger things don't waste as much energy staying hot and that makes them more efficient.

      RonstedRonstedPrieš 28 dienų
  • Aptera > Tesla

    ApideaApideaPrieš 28 dienų
  • real test of an electric car battery is to drive from san diego CA to New York.

    SuperGirl1970 CarverSuperGirl1970 CarverPrieš 29 dienų
  • I heard Nascar is going full electric. They have already started cutting slots in some of the tracks.

    MrMacwoodardMrMacwoodardPrieš 29 dienų
    • Damn I wish LTclub had paid and free awards like Reddit this it a perfect time for them

      ImperialMouseImperialMousePrieš 28 dienų
  • No no no no no no no......... It's not Porsches fault, or any other electric car brands fault that they can't use tesla chargers..... It's tesla!!!. They are a greedy, evil corporation.. Just like Apple.. And that tweet you sent out and elon musk tweeded back, that "they are, but its low key".. That's his fault.. He doesn't want it to build into something big.. He wants his vehicles, his name, his company to be the best, and ONLY the best... It's just like Apple. They both want to be on top, and hope to be the only brand of said items us people could be to able purchase one day.... They want a MONOPOLY!!!!!!! To be the ONLY ONE'S there!!!

    Photo ByPhoto ByPrieš 29 dienų
  • My next car.... Definitely not. It's not yet practical. The price is still not competitive. Hooking up music and subs would kill the battery/cause adverse effects. For that price I'd prefer a Lexus that will provide premium build quality, above average reliability, and I would still pocket 20 grand. Keep your e cars

    ZaxahaZaxahaPrieš 29 dienų
  • Marques! Please look at the Aptera! You can buy up to 1000 mile range!

    chandler kirschchandler kirschPrieš mėn
  • Is no longer californian, they are now texans.

    ubiquitous 5627ubiquitous 5627Prieš mėn
  • So are you basically saying that you hope tesla carries on being a company who's products are only available for rich people who can afford to buy $70k cars? Personally I think it'd be in their best interests to focus getting their prices as low as possible so more people can afford to buy them.

    Jon ReadJon ReadPrieš mėn
    • The cheapest Tesla right now is around $35k, and who says you have to get a Tesla? There are plenty of other great alternatives. Also, don't forget the upright cost of an EV is usually higher because of the battery. But in the long-run you do save a lot of money because an EV requieres less maintenance, no gas, no oil changes, less moving parts etc..

      RonstedRonstedPrieš 28 dienų
  • I remember hearing apple was working on a car in like 2005

    Taret TimeTaret TimePrieš mėn
  • But your talking about the “super charger “network being big but it’s big just in us in Europe there are more non Tesla chargers

    Ernests KiziksErnests KiziksPrieš mėn
  • It’s fake news about the Tycan you can even drive that long on single charge

    Ernests KiziksErnests KiziksPrieš mėn
  • So great video thanks for posting, I think you’re right on about the advantages of having use of the Tesla Supercharger network! So when I bought my Tesla Model 3 back in 2018 I had to drive 17 miles to the nearest Supercharger located in another state, so I had to pay a premium in tolls to get there & today I have 2 new Superchargers located within 5 miles of my residence! So Tesla has a distinct advantage over any emerging competition for the foreseeable future, particularly since the awareness of climate change makes it a necessity for the driving public to have an electric car, as some states like California, New Jersey & I believe Massachusetts have all said they will prohibit all new car sales of ICE cars in their states starting in 2035!

    Theodore HaskinsTheodore HaskinsPrieš mėn
  • @06:39 simply put: Well, business. Tesla doesn’t want any other company “infringing “ on its market dominance, 🤩

    Abu YrrbsAbu YrrbsPrieš mėn
  • Hydrogen is future not batteries.

    K.BK.BPrieš mėn
  • I agree

    Mahnaz AlizaeeMahnaz AlizaeePrieš mėn
  • Marques: Complementing Tesla for stations and and how long you can drive them over the big automakers Marques: *Turns head* "Oh Tesla, you thought you were safe from criticism"

    Tenten's BadTenten's BadPrieš mėn
  • Big battery does not equal good. Who drives more than 200 miles in a day?

    Keanu ChungusKeanu ChungusPrieš mėn
  • Hi and have a nice day

  • Why do Americans call it Gas when it’s a liquid ? 😂

    Hamza ShahzadHamza ShahzadPrieš mėn
    • @Hamza Shahzad Gasoline isn't the same as a gas in the physical sense. It's just a name for the liquid. From my understanding it started as a specific brand name and just became a generalized term

      DaxadimaDaxadimaPrieš 29 dienų
    • @Daxadima why do you call it gasoline when it’s a liquid though ?

      Hamza ShahzadHamza ShahzadPrieš 29 dienų
    • Short for gasoline

      DaxadimaDaxadimaPrieš 29 dienų
  • Bitterness, Ego, and Infighting keep advancement and amazing things from happening on the inside of some of these manufacturers. Back in the 80s the Buick Grand National, a car that at one point was the fastest production car in the world and could get 30MPG or more with a turbo V6 engine was discontinued because it stepped on the Corvette's toes. A lot of Ford vehicles disappeared or were nerfed because they encroached on the Mustang. At least Chrysler is willing to give it's customers a Pickup, 2 Door, 4 Door, and SUV version with a Hellcat engine. As long as there's bitterness, jealousy and ego involved when a common goal is needed to be obtained everyone's idea is the only one and the perfect option even in the face of the best execution.

    blackcobra95 ___blackcobra95 ___Prieš mėn
  • I probably won't get a full electric car unless I can roll up and fill up in 10 minutes or less.

    Lampin LaurelsLampin LaurelsPrieš mėn
  • The USB-C vs lightning comparison is good analogy but you got it backwards, Tesla's is the lightning. The world of electric cars and charging has a USB format, which has it's evolutions so there are some older types so it's like an A, B, and C issue, but they're all the common type that independent charging uses. It was Tesla who went off on their own. In North America, everyone else uses J1772 (AC) for which Tesla supply an adaptor. In Europe the standard is a similar plug, the IEC 62196 Type 2. Commonly known as the "type 2" or "Mennekes." Tesla succumb and now uses it for model 3's in Europe (S and X used the Tesla plug). For DC fast charging the standard is Combined Charging System (CCS) that is just a J1772 or Type 2 with 2 extra pins. The cars have the receptacle for both. (It's basically like having wall outlets in your house have the holes for 3 pins but each appliance might have either 2 or 3 pins on their plug). There is a 3rd type used by Japanese makers but they seem to be switching to CCS for foreign Markets. CCS has been the standard for about 10 years and pre dates Teslas superchargers. Basically, Tesla were the first big charger network in the US so it seems like they should be standard but in Europe where electric has more footing the standard type is so popular Tesla has started using it... Tesla is the company trying to have their lightning connection, everyone else is on USB. Which is better, or will be better in future, etc. are different questions.. At the moment, CCS is older so has a more limited capacity than the lastest Tesla chargers.

    Mindless WanderingsMindless WanderingsPrieš mėn
  • No real mention on solid state batteries?

    Kevin O'RiordanKevin O'RiordanPrieš mėn
  • You forgot to mention hydrogen cars.

    JonathanJonathanPrieš mėn
  • I'd love to have an electric car, only problem is, there's no supercharging stations in my country, Just Plenty of sun, and I don't want my electricity bills to go too high up tbh..

    Olivia AdelOlivia AdelPrieš mėn
  • Why did EVs feel more realistic in the last couple of years to me than now? I've only now started taking interest and they seem to be a while away from mainstream use...

    WilliamWilliamPrieš mėn
  • It's the same with laptops and phones. Plug in type of screen and its resolution, amount and type of ram, cpu, gpu ets. - get only handful of models as a result, choose that no too bad and not crazy expensive - check reviews are there are bad ones? Than only after that - oh let's check out how it looks :)

    my Entertainmentmy EntertainmentPrieš mėn
  • The Tesla superchargers are to Tesla what iMessage is to Apple. Make it open and you’ll find people flooding away from Tesla and Apple

    tono80tono80Prieš mėn
  • Apples will probably be like 2 million lol

    eggeggPrieš mėn
  • I'm right there with you on the charging stations Tesla should work with everyone it's only right they're ahead of everyone else.

    Take KautionTake KautionPrieš mėn
  • Important note: The manufacturers estimate of miles is on the OPTIMISTIC side of things. With a colder climate, AC on, radio on, etc etc that range could be reduced up to 50%

    The Great AmmurafThe Great AmmurafPrieš mėn
  • I can't wait to never buy an electric car.

    Brett TinderBrett TinderPrieš mėn
  • Great video. I watched it a month ago and I laughed so hard about the plan to go electric with executive order. I was amazed when GM said they would have a full electric lineup by 2035. Wonder who is putting all those charging spots in place.

    brandy eppsbrandy eppsPrieš mėn
  • People drive double the distance if 640kms in India as a joke so all the best for future companies coming here

    Kirtisha SamantKirtisha SamantPrieš mėn
  • And let’s be honest, Tesla build quality will only get better. So by the time the other companies create a good enough charging system, Tesla will have enough brand reputation to catch a lot of the market.

    Reza NabulsiReza NabulsiPrieš mėn
    • I'm not so sure. Most people use their cars for commuting or short trips. They can charge at home (overnight). The VW ID4 is fantastic for fit and finish.

      ian johnsian johnsPrieš mėn
  • ew a tesla owner

    Monica PiersonMonica PiersonPrieš mėn
  • What will be the price of apple car's wheels?

    MR XMR XPrieš mėn
  • Man I’m sure Elon is glad he never hired you!

    Michael HaysMichael HaysPrieš mėn
  • It's not the range as much as it is the charge time...

    E EE EPrieš mėn
  • Apple homes 🏠

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