Anyone think the new badger will give the CT a run? Will have to wait and see price and delivery dates but if those are similar to CT, I might have a difficult decision.
I actually trust Atlis a lot more to go into production than any of the 100 different vehicles by Nikola. Bollinger has a higher chance than Atlis and Rivian for Bollinger. Not to mention they are betting on hydrogen.I don’t think the Badger will ever see production. Same goes for the Atlis and a few others.
Are you Dick from Accounting at Nikola? LOL... They are based in Phoenix
The problem with hydrogen is that it is, at the vehicle, expensive both in terms of $ and pollution. The main advantage of it, that one could build FCVs that went 300 mi on a fill, has now been lost since many BEV's can now go more than 300 mi on a charge. The other advantage, that 300 mi worth of fuel could be taken on in 10 minutes is also slipping away now that BEVs can take on 300 mi worth of charge in 20 - 30 min. Thus BEV's are clearly pulling ahead of the promise of "fool cells" and there will be little incentive to install the infrastructure necessary to support an FCV fleet.My major problem with hydrogen is that the technology should've been before EV's, not during them. The concept of hydrogen vehicles aren't as good as the concept of electric vehicles in every aspect.
Yeah, all good points. I looked over it’s fuel cell tech not all elec. I’m out now... also, they have a side by side they’re selling for 80k! Seems more and more like a pipe dreamMy major problem with hydrogen is that the technology should've been before EV's, not during them. The concept of hydrogen vehicles aren't as good as the concept of electric vehicles in every aspect.