Review of the 2021 LA EV Show with Joseph Mitchell and Ron Iacobelli

Episode 197 December 03, 2021 00:43:58
Review of the 2021 LA EV Show with Joseph Mitchell and Ron Iacobelli
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Review of the 2021 LA EV Show with Joseph Mitchell and Ron Iacobelli
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Show Notes

With the conclusion of the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show, let's revisit it and review the electric side of things. Included in this two-part episode is an interview with Phoenix Motors and Edison Future's CEO, Joseph Mitchell, and their CTO, Ron Iacobelli. 

In the second part of the episode, Dennis compares the EV production timelines and expected delivery dates to the macro economy at large. The electric mobility space is ripe for big winners but there is a looming question that has not been solved yet. Tune in to episode #197.

 

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