Which car is better: Toyota Mirai or Tesla Model S?
Published on: Aug 30, 2021
Which car is better_ Toyota Mirai or Tesla Model S

Live Webinar (English) Toyota Mirai or Tesla Model S?

Start: September 8, 2021, 16:00 CEST

Dear all,

As you know, I’ve been driving a Toyota Mirai, powered by hydrogen, for a few months now. Before that I had a Tesla Model S, powered by pure electricity from the grid or from my PV panels.

Which is better? Hydrogen or pure electric? Which is more practical? Which car is really the future? Is Mr. Diess of Volkswagen right when he says: hydrogen in passenger cars is nonsense? Are Hyundai and Toyota right, who are investing billions in exactly this technology path?

Do you want to know? Next week, on 09/08/2021 at 4pm CET, I’ll be covering just that in a webinar. It’s not about general philosophical aspects, not about any academic studies examining 50 million vehicles of one kind and 50 million vehicles of another and their impact on child labor in the Congo, the water supply in Chile, and the energy distribution in John’s residential area in some city, but quite pragmatically: my own experience. What works here and today, and what makes sense now, here and today, what doesn’t, and why.

If this is interesting for you, register here: LINK

Again, for the record:

Title: Toyota Mirai – 100 Days of Customer Experience.

Speaker: David Wenger, Managing Director Wenger Engineering GmbH (well, me… 😉 )

Date: Wednesday, 08.09.2021, 4 p.m.

Price: Free of charge

Register: LINK

Of course, as always, we will have an extensive Q&A session so that you too can get the most out of it.

We are once again expecting well over 1,000 live attendees from all over the world, so please be there on time! 🙂



PS: Registration (free of charge): LINK

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