Episode 158 – Rivian, Renault, Porsche & Cadillac Updates, E-RVs and Campers and More News!

From EV Revolution Show.

The EV Revolution Show – January 24, 2022

TIMESTAMPS:
Intro Credits: 00:00
Welcome and thanks: 00:15
Rivian Deliveries 2021: 00:31
Renault To Go Fully Electric: 02:21
Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo: 03:45
Cadillac Lyriq Update: 07:00
IKEA Canada Gets More EVs: 08:17
Airstream eStream Trailer & TVV Electric RV: 09:27
Winnebago e-RV: 11:39
Wrap Up/Thank You’s/Contact Information/Patreon Supporters: 13:23

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