An afternoon for João Félix

first_imgThe cholo Y Lopetegui they fight for the same. Positions Champions. The 3rd that this Friday occupied the Athletic, this Saturday is from Seville. A Seville that, after Madrid, he is the second best visitor (seven victories). The Pizjuán pitos because in addition to winning he wants his team to like it, and not to disconnect at times. Travel to Madrid with three goalkeepers and all doubts about Vaclik’s knee. He trained, traveled, but to see how he is, if it is to play. Bondexrojiblanco, it doesn’t matter. Another ex, Óliver, will not play by penalty. Neither Fernando, for injury. The other pivot, Gudelj, is a yellow of the fifth and the next is the derby. Eye. Banega could have minutes after not.The one who sure will have them is Llorente: Thomas does not play, is sanctioned. Y Llorente every time he plays he does better, more settled. With the bands for I gave it Y Trippier and right for belt, it is essential, the weapons of the Cholo are called Morata, will be João. Winning Sevilla, the best preparation for Anfield. But that, you have to beat him. In the Metropolitan only the Barça He did it this season. When João Felix He jumped on Friday to train on the hill, his legs were worth ten million less than in summer. At least that is how the website said it specialized Transfermarkt. Thursday updated the market values ​​of the players and the Portuguese fell from 100 to 90. There are causes: that in the Atleti, except the preseason and, two games ago, before the Villarreal, has been only flashes. As bright as ephemeral.This Saturday returns to eleven o’clock Cholo. He has not started since January. But today it is in a battle of those who choose a season. A final against Sevilla three days before what will be Anfield. João he must show if he is prepared for these battles, as the 127 million paid by him said. In addition to Maradonian plays, believe, change the game. Win over Seville It’s more than three points. Is he goal average. 1-1 remained in the first round.last_img read more

While Teslas Elon Musk May Not Be Punctual Big Auto Is Barely

first_imgFORMER TESLA STAFFER: CARMAKERS WEDDED TO OLD TECH ARE ‘HEADED FOR OBSOLESENCE’Elon Musk is consistently accused of being late. Sure, Tesla typically takes longer to launch its electric cars than Musk’s overzealous timelines. But no one can argue with his sense of urgency to expedite EVs to market. On the other hand, how are legacy automakers faring in their race to go electric?Check Out These Stories: Big Auto’s Tesla Killer Plans: Serious Investments or Vanity Projects? Above: A look at one of Tesla’s Superchargers (LinkedIn: Hamish McKenzie)Meanwhile, “Other automakers seem to be hoping that mild gestures and good publicity will get them through… The problem for traditional automakers is that they are too deeply wedded to an old technology headed for obsolescence — along with the way they’ve been doing business for decades.” As an example, McKenzie points to “BMW [which] has announced plans for 25 electric models by 2025, but its head of research and development has said he expects 85% of the company’s cars will still have internal combustion engines in 2030.”McKenzie sat down with Carsten Breitfeld who previously ran BMW’s i3 and i8 electric car programs. According to Breitfeld, “They’re doing too many cars right now with the old technology, earning a lot of money out of it, being very profitable.” The board directors at these companies are focused on three-to-five-year outcomes instead of the long term, says Breitfeld. “They’re concentrating very much on today’s and tomorrow’s businesses.” Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on December 18, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News *This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX (which also makes aftermarket Tesla accessories). Authored by Matt Pressman. The opinions expressed in these articles are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs. Source: Electric Vehicle Newscenter_img Above: A look at Tesla’s luxury sedan, the Model S (LinkedIn: Hamish McKenzie)At the end of the day, McKenzie explains, “The established automakers still have a chance of participating in an electric revolution, but those who assume they will be there by default are being overly optimistic. The car company of the future is not one that can produce the occasional good electric car among a suite of gasoline-burners. It must concentrate on developing cars that will dominate the next 20 years. The longer it waits, the greater the challenge becomes. Ask yourself who you’d rather be: Tesla or GM? Better yet, ask Nokia.”===Source: Marketwatch*Editor’s Note: EVANNEX, which also sells aftermarket gear for Teslas, has kindly allowed us to share some of its content with our readers, free of charge. Our thanks go out to EVANNEX. Check out the site here. Tesla Primed To Succeed Against Big Auto The Impending Big Auto/Oil Implosion Explained: Video Above: Author Hamish McKenzie and his new book, Insane Mode: How Elon Musk’s Tesla Sparked a Revolution to End the Age of Oil (Image: Marketwatch)According to a former Tesla staffer, Hamish McKenzie, and author of Insane Mode: How Elon Musk’s Tesla Sparked a Revolution to End the Age of Oil, “Other car companies, from General Motors to BMW aren’t showing the same sense of urgency — and that could be their downfall.” For instance, “GM has promised 20 electric models by 2023 and has said it believes ‘the future is all-electric,’ but it hasn’t set a date by which it will make the full transition.”McKenzie writes in Marketwatch that “trends from Tesla alone should be enough to scare the hell out of established automakers. In August, Tesla’s Model 3 comfortably outsold the perennially best-selling BMW 3-Series in U.S. according to sales estimates. That’s impressive for Tesla’s first foray into the premium mass-market segment, but it’s only just getting started. The cheapest version of the Model 3 is yet to come, and Tesla still has hundreds of thousands of back-orders to fill. Last quarter, Tesla made twice as many cars at it did in the previous quarter. And it’s now profitable.”last_img read more