National Drive Electric Week

Its that time of year again NDEW: Where EVer’s country wide gather to extol the virtues of driving electric. There were two events easily within driving range of the Bolt: Ann Arbor, and Toledo. Honestly I didn’t even think to do the Toledo event until it was too late–the Toledo event was the first weekend of the week, and the Ann Arbor event was at the ending weekend.

I dutifully charged up the Bolt and was off to the event in the mid afternoon.

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I’d say there was about two dozen vehicles there including some of the newer entrants to the EV world:

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At least two Model 3’s–I think there was a 3rd one lurking about as well.

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An I-Pace! This was one I wanted to see just to gauge the size of it (its billed as a SUV/CUV). Look at its size compared to the Bolt next to it–about the same height but a lot longer.

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Finally a new Leaf.

There really wasn’t much here: It’s been in the same spot now for the past few years–an empty field behind a local Whole Foods Market. I really didn’t see a lot of browsing and/or interested parties. No one even said hi or asked if I had any questions even as I was inspecting some of the newer EV’s. This could be because I was there later in the day, most likely after the big rush–if there was one.

At least I did see some test drives going on–mostly Tesla Model S’s.

 

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National Drive Electric Week

One thought on “National Drive Electric Week

  1. John Cutler says:

    I got there sometime around 11:30-12 and there were about a dozen Model 3s there by then. This was my first time attending and I agree with your sentiment. It didn’t seem like much going on other than EV owners hanging out.

    Talked to a friendly Bolt owner for a while and then left.

    I could have entered my car, but felt it’d be weird to display a car no longer produced (FFE).

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