#76, Alex Guberman, YouTube electric vehicle maverick

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Alex Guberman is as passionate as anyone about the electric vehicle industry. A recent transplant from the Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area to Sacramento, California, Guberman runs E For Electric on YouTube.

Guberman, now driving his third Tesla, is prolific. He produces three videos per day for his channel. He breaks electric vehicle news. He discusses trends in the industry. And he provides strong opinions.

Eric Guberman, EV master on the YouTube channel E for Electric.
Alex Guberman, EV master on the YouTube channel E for Electric.

A new business friend, Guberman is our guest on this episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast.

Co-hosts Bruce Aldrich and James Raia discuss with Guberman, a native of Moscow, Russia, who moved to the United States with his parents in 1992, his success in the electric vehicle industry.

Guberman is often a guest at electric vehicle debuts around the world and other industry functions.

According to his channel, Guberman provides:

“LIVE daily scoop and analysis of what’s happening now in the world of electric cars and the exciting technologies around them.

“I cover Tesla and Elon Musk with their best hits of Model S, Model X and Model 3, as well as Chevy Bolt, Lucid Air, Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 and many other EVs that are coming out this year!”

Among many other topics, we talk with Guberman about Musk and his unique recent behavior. We examine Byton and Rivian, new international start-ups in the electric vehicle industry with connections to Northern California.

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  1. Just a guess. Tesla does not show the adjusted mileage remaining on the front screen because it doesn’t want to explain why the car shows 180 miles instead of the 300 mikes the owner expects. A lot of people don’t understand why the range in so short, when they are running the heater full blast and it is 10 degrees outside. If the front screen shows 180 miles, the owner is going to think their battery capacity is down 40 percent and think the battery is bad. That’s when he will call and want a new battery, under warranty.

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